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Rogart Resilience Covid-19 Resources

Current measures are being put in place to supplement, not replace, the strong community spirit which already exists between friends, neighbours and families in Rogart. The local services that are being offered during the Covid-19 crisis are purely voluntary, relying on the goodwill of the community. To support these efforts we are creating a library of resources and references for local self-help.

Useful contacts

  • Rogart PO Stores 01408 641200
  • Golspie Pharmacy 01408 633217
  • Lairg Pharmacy 01549 402374
  • Sutherland Care Forum 07907 595962 or 01408 633694
  • The Highland Council free helpline 0300 303 1362, Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm
  • Business advice helpline: 0300 303 0660, Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5.30pm.
  • Kate Roach 01408 641343 or 07833 641226 (co-ordinating locally)

Click on the links below to get more detailed information

Gov.UK is a one-stop-shop for information on employment, financial support, businesses and travel.

Coronavirus in Scotland is a portal which signposts to relevant information and advice

NHS advice provides information on the steps you can take to help stop spread of the disease

NHS Inform provides detailed advice on how to deal with the symptoms of the disease and how you can look after your mental wellbeing

Highland Council gives information on how they can help with benefits and personal support, education and social care.

Parent Club for information about supporting children and home schooling

Ideas for keeping children entertained during the lockdown can be found here.

Rogart Book Service

To support people who are self isolating over 500 books have been collected. Books can either be picked up from Rogart Station or delivered if you’re self-isolating. Book lists are available at the PO Stores and for further information please contact the Roaches on 641343 or Alasdair Coupar on 07543881857. 

All books are quarantined for 72 hours between collection and redistribution.

Rogart Resilience Newsletters

For information on getting help locally and volunteering click on the pdf to download. Please bear in mind that advice may have changed as circumstances have moved on.