Cumbria Tourism and partners say some of the county's accommodation providers can offer critical workers a place to stay if required.
Hotels, guest houses and so on were asked to close
to help stop the spread of the virus, but exceptions are being made if they accommodate frontline workers
Key workers who need somewhere to stay or providers who can offer accommodation are being asked to input
their details here.
Here are some contact details for local groups offering help for people who can't go out of their homes.
Sedbergh 07872 017730
Grange Peninsular Neighbourly Network 07780 973997
Ambleside 015394 34172 - please leave a message.
With staff working from home calls to the office can only be answered
10:00 to 14:00 Tuesday to Friday.
Alston 01434 647247
BBC Radio Cumbria has contact details for many groups and you can call on 0800 111 4950 during most office hours.
Lingholm Kitchen Garden near
Keswick is delivering freshly cooked meals free to vulnerable people in
Portinscale and Keswick.
They have a list of most of the eligible people
already but say that if you know of anyone
else, in the vulnerable categories only please, in that area who
would struggle to get a hot meal otherwise then to let them know by
emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. They would like to say thank you to Caterite for donating the ingredients.
Councils say that any household waste from a home with cases of the virus
should be placed in a bag, which is then tied and placed inside another
bag, which is also then tied.
Please then store the
bag for 72 hours before putting it out for collection on your normal
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