If a week is a long time in politics, it’s an eternity in a global health crisis! Two weeks ago we sent the latest edition of the Town Crier to the printers, but since then we have had to cancel our general meeting in April, and many of the events we were promoting in this issue have also had to be cancelled. All over-70s have been advised to self-isolate, and since that includes many of our road stewards it also looks like we won’t be able to deliver the printed copies of the Town Crier until after the emergency is over. In the meantime, you can read the latest edition on this website – click here.
Please try and follow the Government’s health advice and stay safe:
- Wash your hands frequently, for at least 20 seconds each time
- Use a tissue or your sleeve to cover a cough – bin the tissue immediately
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands
- If you are over 70, or have a chronic health condition such as asthma, diabetes, heart disease, etc. then you should avoid all social contact and stay indoors
- If you have a dry, persistent cough and/or a high temperature, use 111.nhs.uk to get advice
Our plan for this years subscriptions was to offer a second drop-off location in Ruislip Manor. This option is still available, but obviously won’t work if you are self-isolating. You could post the form in but that would mean a trip to the postbox, so the simplest and safest way to pay your subscription is to use our online system, by clicking the yellow “Pay Your Subs” on this website’s menu bar.