“You are not alone.”
That is the message from Cambridge City Council to residents and businesses as national lockdown restrictions came into force on Thursday, November 5, in a bid to curb the spread of coronavirus.
The city council, which hopes to continue to provide its essential services as best it can, says that having seen how the community pulled together in March, it knows that the city will rise to "this new challenge in the same way".
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Support available from Cambridge City Council:
- If you can shop for yourself but are facing financial difficulties to pay for food or other necessities, help is available from Cambridge Foodbank or Cambridge Sustainable Food.
- If you are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, help is available at 'Homeless people' on the council website and Street Outreach.
- If you need help or support that could be safely provided by volunteers, or want to volunteer to help, contact your local ward group. Contact details are here at Coronavirus- ask for here at Coronavirus- ask for help.
You can also now call Cambridge & District CAB for advice on our new freephone.
By phone - call the Adviceline Freephone: 08082 787808 any time between 9.00 - 5.00 Monday to Friday and we aim to answer all calls during