Covid-19 Outbreak 2020

There is an Aylburton Volunteer Group of helpers who can help those self-isolating by running errands such as getting groceries and picking up prescriptions. To request help or to sign up as a volunteer, contact Mark Topping on 01594 840086 / 07779 262592 or Steph Lord on 01594 845561 / 07595 719524

Gloucestershire Community Help Hub: or call  01452 583519. 

Up-to-date government advice:

Our latest news posts from our Facebook page:

["error","(#100) Tried accessing nonexisting field (with_tags) on node type (PagePost) See more<\/a>"]
3 months ago

We are sharing this useful resource from Dementia Change UK. Please share to help this reach anyone who'd find it helpful

3 months ago
Alvington Parish Council Information

We are sharing the latest Forest of Dean Business Matters newsletter here. You can subscribe individually if it's useful to you. This edition includes how to apply for business grants if your ... See more

3 months ago
Photos from Aylburton Parish Council's post

🌼Trial Wildflower Area🌼

The Parish Council is trialling a wildflower seed along the verge of the A48.

Much like the areas seen on verges in Lydney and other villages and towns all over, the ... See more

3 months ago

Caring for someone with dementia? Here's a brilliant booklet of free/low-cost ideas for during lockdown. ... See more

3 months ago
Gloucestershire Carers Hub

Silverline Need help? Call ANYTIME on: 0800 4 70 80 90

The Silver Line is the only free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people, open ... See more

3 months ago
Newsletter: The Ducktown Echo - Aylburton Community Website

PARISH NEWSLETTER: The latest edition of the Ducktown Echo is now available.

In order to protect residents and the volunteers who normally deliver the newsletter, regrettably we are not able to ... See more

The Ducktown Echo is the community newsletter for Aylburton published by the Parish Council. It is produced quarterly and distributed to all the houses in the parish and published online (scroll down ... See more

3 months ago
Photos from Aylburton Parish Council's post

Here is the agenda for parish council business to be noted/transacted in April (for full paperwork please see Please note there is no physical council meeting so business will take ... See more

4 months ago

DOG WASTE BINS: We're aware that these are very full at the moment due to more of us getting out and about locally with our four-legged chums. Thanks to those of you who got in touch to make sure we ... See more

4 months ago
Coronavirus-related fraud reports increase by 400% in March | Action Fraud

Recently the National Fraud Intelligence Bureau (NFIB) reported a new trend in fraud related to Coronavirus, or COVID-19. Updated figures show there have been 105 reports to Action Fraud since 1 ... See more

4 months ago
Alvington Parish Council Information

Some useful links for support and information

Well being

Current advice from the NHS

Latest news from ... See more

« 1 of 2 »

In extreme conditions such as heavy snow and flooding in the parish, there is a possibility that the emergency services may not be able to reach the scene immediately. In such circumstances, the initial response may rely entirely on local people. To co-ordinate such activity, some councils have formulated a Community Emergency Plan to help their community to prepare for an emergency and reduce its impact. The idea is that local communities may know about particular hazards and problems that affect an area, be aware of individuals who might need assistance in an emergency, and have access to people, resources or buildings that allow them to respond more effectively to specific incidents.

Who should I contact in the event of an emergency?

The Emergency Plan for Aylburton is contained within the Lydney Town Council plan.

Can I volunteer my help?

Aylburton Parish Council is always looking for volunteers who are willing to help implement the parish’s emergency plan and assist with communication and distribution in the event of an emergency, to liaise with the emergency services and to act as a resource with regard to specific aspects of the plan. If you would like either to volunteer your services or to request further details of how you can be of assistance, please contact us. (If your offer of help is specifically during Covid-19, see the top of this page.