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  • Phone
    Article: Mar 26, 2020

    Shielding constituents - new HCC phone line for care needs

    If you are a vulnerable 'shielding' resident you should receive a letter from the NHS this week with details on how to access help.

    In addition, if you need help with care (or if you know someone who does), you can contact Hertfordshire County Council Adult Care Services on this new helpline: 0300 123 7577

  • Coronavirus graphic
    Article: Mar 21, 2020

    These online resources are produced by volunteers and public bodies. Please use them and share them with your friends and neighbours. We will be updating it regularly as more resources become available.

    People may have concerns about transmitting the virus via paper. Current health advice is that delivering items to people's letterboxes is ok, as set out in the Royal Mail's statement on their continuing to deliver the post: www.royalmail.com/coronavirus


    Where can I find the latest advice?

    The latest UK Government advice is available at gov.uk/coronavirus

    The latest England medical advice is available at nhs.uk/coronavirus

    Hertfordshire County Council services update click here

    Dacourm Council advice and updates click here


    Taking sensible precautions while helping others

    Please take all appropriate medical advice seriously before calling on anyone and look to emulate best practice, such as from online supermarket delivery services.

    In particular:

    • Hygiene - washing our hands more regularly soap and water for 20 seconds. You may want to take hand sanitiser (at least 60% alcohol content) out with you.
    • Social distancing - including not shaking hands with residents or colleagues, keeping 2m apart, leaving things on doorsteps
  • Pix Broken Earth
    Article: Mar 3, 2020
    By Hemel Hempstead Liberal Democrats

    Tory Cllrs vote down LibDem's Green Budget amendments

    During Dacorum Council's Budget Debate, held last week at The Forum, Liberal Democrat Councillors proposed a "green" amendment detailing measures aimed at urgently reducing the carbon footprint of Dacorum Council. Details of our motion can be found here -> HHLDGreenPlan

  • Focus Feb Mar 2020
    Article: Feb 28, 2020
    By Hemel Hempstead Liberal Democrats