The Department for Health and Social Care has published advice on the local lockdown measures for Calderdale, Kirklees and Bradford. These guidelines place restrictions on what you can and cannot do. You can find out more infomation here. The COVID support network is still available, although there are currently no restrictions on visiting shops
We’re a support network for Clifton Village. Funding to establish the sheme was provided by Clifton Village Community Association and we are supported by Clifton Methodist Church and St John’s Church, Clifton.
Our objectives are to provide assistance to people in Clifton Village who may need practical help with collecting essential supplies (shopping) or emmotional support during the current evolving situation.
We have developed a support network with safeguards at the heart of what we do with a network of Local Coordinators.
Our Local Coordinators are the link with individual volunteers, and individual volunteers will be recruited by the Local Coordinators, this way we will know everyone in our network.
Volunteers will never ask to enter your house
You will never be asked to hand over a credit/debit card
You will never be asked to hand over money in advance
We have distributed leaflets throughout the village with details of how to access help.
You can call us on 07873 323241 if you need practical help or want to talk to someone.
Please stay safe and take care, remember a volunteer will never ask for money in advance, ask you to hand over your debit/credit card or request to enter you house.
We’re here to help or just listen.
The Clifton Shop served Clifton in Lockdown, thank you to Sarah and Jamie Horsley for all their help. The Clifton Shop finished on 10 July, the great news is their restaurant at True North, Dean Clough, Halifax is now back open.