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Stroud Coronavirus Community Response


Stroud Area Corona News, Resources & Coordination


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-£136.56 GBP
Invoice #126712
Reimbursement #22372
-£49.98 GBP
Reimbursement #20906
Today’s balance

£365.91 GBP

Total raised

£1,000.00 GBP

Total disbursed

£634.09 GBP

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Stroud Community Coronavirus Response is about 


We cover the Stroud area and surrounding towns and villages.

 This includes Cam, Dursley, Nailsworth, Stonehouse, and Wotton-under-Edge. This site is a platform for other groups that exist in these areas, seeking to signpost and help co-ordinate. 

We are community members coming together to support each other and help those of us who are more at risk or are in need of support.

When we talk about support, we mean a wide-range of possible needs, specific to the changing circumstances arising. Support could include practical things like getting supplies such as groceries and medicines, local business survival, and our emotional and mental health. At a time of physical distancing, we are offering a way to maintain and develop social connections. 

We are not an official organisation and will not be offering medical advice.

 We will share recommendations from bodies such as the World Health Organisation and NHS. When appropriate we also signpost to local government and other organisations offering support. 

We are not affiliated to any political or religious groups.

Though we are united by a belief that social inclusion – involving everyone – increases individual and community resilience. 

We encourage you to get involved.

We have a website continually developing at
You can also join our active Facebook group. This is a place to post requests and offers of help and take part in discussions.
We also have a Facebook page and twitter account where we share the latest local and key national updates – from us and other organisations.

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