At Ashcroft we have always believed in the strength of working together, especially with other organisations, to provide support to those in need. As part of our response to the coronavirus pandemic we are providing help through the Cirencester Community Response team, set-up by the Cirencester Council.

If you are in need of help please do follow the below guidance. However if you are facing an emergency situation please ensure you dial 999.

If you need help or know someone who does then please send them to the below link the Gloucestershire Hub. This ensures that the response they receive will be from someone vetted and trustworthy. We want to ensure we are protecting those who need help whilst also ensuring we are safeguarding all.

Gloucestershire ‘s community help hub – I Need Help Form

There is also a priority telephone line for people who need help or are volunteering, please do not use it for reporting other issues: 01452 583519

The lines are open; Monday – Friday 8am – 8pm / Saturday – Sunday 9am – 4pm

In addition, if you or they you have a medical condition which means you’re classed as being clinically extremely vulnerable to coronavirus or you been told by your GP or hospital clinician that you’re clinically extremely vulnerable and need to ‘shield’ please fill in this form to ensure you are on the governments vulnerable list

Get coronavirus support as a clinically extremely vulnerable person

If you are unsure and need some advice please feel free to contact


If you are looking to volunteer then you can do so by filling in the form below.

When you sign up to become a volunteer, within a few days you will be contacted by the volunteer coordinator usually your ward councillor. The coordinator will give you a short telephone interview to find out where and how you can help. You can still volunteer even if you are self isolating as long as you are well enough to.

Volunteer Application Form

Many thanks, Stay Safe & God bless.