The change will come into force at 00:01 Saturday 24 October. Find out more details about Slough going into tier 2 and what it means.
Please go to our coronavirus pages for the latest guidance, how services are affected, and what help is available.
If you have been loaned equipment such as beds, mattresses, hoists or commodes that you no longer use, please contact 0344 893 6960 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a free collection.
Green Doctors are energy advisers who can help Slough residents who are eligible, save money, stay warm, and improve energy efficiency in the home.
They are now offering free pre-booked phone consultations as a response to the Covid-19 outbreak. Please see home energy advice for more information.
The minor illness and injury unit at Slough Walk in Centre is to be temporarily suspended from Wednesday 29th July 2020 for a further three months as part of the national effort to combat Covid-19 (coronavirus).
Patients will still be able to access treatment for minor ailments via their GP surgery, which they can access by phone or online. Further information is available on their practice website and help is also available via the NHS 111 service, by dialling 111 or visiting: www.111.nhs.uk
All GP surgeries, are offering alternatives to visiting surgeries in person, so we are asking that patients do not go to their practice unless they have a face-to-face appointment with a GP or nurse confirmed. The Chapel Medical Practice, at the same site as the Slough Walk in Centre remains open for these specific pre-booked face-to-face appointments. Please visit the practice website for further information including on registering as a patient.
Anybody needing treatment for injuries such as suspected fractures, should still attend their local Accident and Emergency unit at Wexham Park Hospital, Slough in the normal way.