Information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Maintaining the safety of everyone in the district is our top priority and we're working with our partner organisations to closely monitor developments.

Information about how we're responding and the latest guidance

Coronavirus Update

COVID-19 update 05/01/2021

Coronavirus restrictions in Rossendale

From midnight 04 January 2021 the whole of England has been placed in the National Lockdown.

National lockdown: Stay at Home - Find out what you can and cannot do.

There is financial support available to businesses that have been forced to close under the new guidance. Further discretionary funding has been negotiated with National Government and the final criteria for this are being determined.  Updates will be posted here as soon as possible.

The links above provide information on the current support being offered to individuals and business along with how council services will be affected by the National Lockdown.

Rossendale Connected

Rossendale Connected is here to help communities, families and individuals who find themselves without any support network and who do not have any relatives, friends or neighbours who can help during the Covid outbreak.

Tier 4 restrictions include new government guidance for those that are Clinically Extremely Venerable. This advice strongly suggests that people previously identified as Clinically Extremely Vulnerable should stay indoors and shield themselves from contact wherever possible.  If you do need to shield, you will be contacted by the government giving further advice.  Further information on how to ask for support can be found on the government website at shielding advice

If you do require urgent support, please call Rossendale Connected on 01706 252520 or email [email protected]