We have collated all the information regarding COVID-19 that is relevant to the Parish for ease of access.
Please bookmark news.steep-pc.gov.uk and check back regularly for updates.
If you need any help please call us on 01730 268615 or email [email protected]
There is also a Hampshire Coronavirus Helpline 0333 370 4000 if we can’t help, or you are seeking help for someone outside Steep
N.B. There will be no deliveries on Bank Holiday Monday, May 25th Bedales Catering are now running a food and frozen meal delivery service for those in the village who are not able or have been advised not to leave the house due to symptoms, age, or other risk factors.Below are the selection of […]
Coronavirus may have stopped us from celebrating with street parties or gatherings but Suzanne and Tony Knights have done a wonderful job in making the War Memorial stand proud for VE Day 2020. If you are able to leave your home do take an opportunity to walk past, admire and remember.
If you are currently isolating or shielding and have a healthcare appointment you need to attend we can arrange transport for you in a safe socially distancing way. Community First have a fleet of minibuses and DBS checked volunteer drivers who will be able to transport you to your appointment. This is a free service. […]
We have had a number of offers from people who have offered to phone anyone who is feeling isolated or is confined to their home. This is just a friendly chat so that you can connect with other people. If you would welcome this please contact Ciara or Aoifean (Eefan) on 01730 268615 or email […]
I am a Steep resident and teach exercise classes, face to face and online. At this time of self isolation and restricted social gatherings I am offering my sessions online for free. My usual online workouts are about 20/30 minutes long and offer a whole body exercise program to strengthen, stretch and mobilise. They often […]
It is not possible to hold face to face meetings at present but the Parish Council are exploring options to hold online meetings. We are planning to hold a Parish Council meeting on Wednesday 8th April at 7.30pm. It is unlikely that for this first meeting that we will be able to have the general […]
Can’t get a supermarket delivery slot? Don’t want to queue round the block? GO TO THE SHEET SHOP – AT THE QUEENS HEAD PUB Tuesday to Saturday. 8.30am – 10am and 4.30pm to 8pm Groceries, Dairy & Meat, Dry Goods, Pasta, Tins, Beans, Draught Beers, Wines, Soft Drinks, Takeaway Coffee, Takeaway Menu. www.thequeensheadsheet.com
With the introduction of increased restrictions on movement in an attempt to slow the spread of coronavirus, it’s more important now than ever todraw on the resources within our community. On this webpage, we’ve outlined some of the generous offers we’ve received from local residents. Feel free to make use of them, and if there’s […]
Bedales would like to share its library with neighbours who are in need of books, and are unable to obtain them any other way as a result of being isolated. They have around 30,000 volumes, including classic and contemporary fiction, and a wide range of non-fiction. We suggest that you request around half a dozen […]
The Common remains open for people to take exercise. The playground equipment, however, is closed in line with Government guidelines. There are notices indicating not to use the equipment and we would ask residents to respect this. Parish Council
If you are unable to get to the bank, but need to make payments (e.g. reimburse a neighbour for shopping or to pay a bill), now might be the time to think about banking online (either online banking from your computer, or mobile banking from your phone). There are plenty of videos online to show […]
Now is a great time to video chat with your friends and family. Would you like a hand to set up your device (a computer with a webcam, or a phone or tablet with a camera) with Skype or FaceTime so that you can make a video connection for free over the internet? We would […]
In the coming weeks, some people in our village will be self-isolating either to avoid infection or if someone in the household develops symptoms (fever or new persistent cough). Others may lose support they rely on as a result of illness or in order to reduce social contact. Steep residents are coming together to ensure […]
Organised with Rev Canon John Owen and the Parish Council
We have over 100 volunteers all over the Parish!
It’s more important now than ever to draw on the resources within our community and the Parish. On this website, we’ve outlined some of the generous offers we’ve already received.
Feel free to make use of them, and if there’s another service you require please contact us at [email protected] .
In addition, if you need prescription collection, dog walking or a chat etc. don’t hesitate to contact us
We thank Robin Hollington for helping us to set up this page.