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Hemingford Hub on Radio Cambridgeshire - Ready for Lockdown 2

Updated: Nov 16, 2020

Hub appears on Radio Cambs

HemingfordHub says it's ready to ramp up helping friends and neighbours for lockdown 2. when Tish Peek was interviewed on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire’s morning programme. Tish, our chair, was asked what plans are in place for the Hub when the new lockdown begins this Thursday 8 November.

Tish made the point that help is easier to provide this time around, as the infrastructure of zones, co-ordinators and WhatsApp groups is already established. You can catch up on the BBC Sounds app, Jeremy Sallis at 10.30am Monday 2 November.

You can find further news, help or advice on our FaceBook page or just email or call: 07308 035416

HemingfordHub is here to help, no matter how small the task may be. Please contact us if you are concerned about yourself, someone else or something that you can’t manage.


 What has become the HemingfordHub was first proposed in 2017 as a test case for how lonely or isolated people in the village could be supported by the community care sector and NHS. The Hub was recognised as a community group and received funding in November 2019. Just as the team was preparing to launch the Hub, Covid-19 happened.. 


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As well as committee members, we now have more than 100 volunteers supporting both villages. If you would like to join them to help during the Covid-19 pandemic or in other ways, please get in touch. 

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