What we do 

Help and support for residents 

The Melton Borough Covid-19 Community Support Hub has been created to coordinate, help and support residents across the borough during the Coronavirus outbreak. The Hub provides a place where businesses, groups and individuals who want to help and can offer services, and those who need help, can be brought together. 

The hub can be found  by clicking here. 

Within the Covid-19 Community Support Hub, both residents and businesses can find relevant and up-to-date information and guidance. In addition, residents who have unmet needs and require additional support can request this through the support hub.

There is advice and support available for all residents, particularly the elderly, those self isolating and businesses. This also includes is a list of support helplines, companies offering delivery services and a dedicated team coordinating support for those that need it. Residents that are without internet access can still access support by contacting 01664 502502.

We encourage businesses, organisations and individuals to contact us regarding any support they can offer by contacting here4melton@melton.gov.uk  Allowing us to coordinate and match the support where it is most needed within the community. 

Please use the hashtag #Here4Melton to promote the Community and Business Support Hub (Covid-19). 

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Team Rector, the Revd Kevin Ashby, explains that planning permission has been given for a new building to act as St Mary's Church Choir Vestry, practice space, and provide space for learning, study and meetings. More ...
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Churches open for private prayer
"It was lovely to be inside St James' Church, Burton Lazars, again on Sunday (August 2nd) for silent private prayer," writes Melton Mowbray Team Vicar, the Revd Mary Barr. More ...
Storehouse update 
Storehouse is back. The food bank has moved to the Hope Centre (back of the building) on Nottingham Street in the centre of town. More ...
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Churches open for private prayer
A number of churches in Melton Mowbray Team Parish have opened for private prayer. Find out which ones by reading on... More ...
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Cafe set to open
The Cafe@Mary's Place is opening, for now only on Tuesdays and Wednesday's each week, starting Tuesday, 7th July and Wednesday, 8th July. More ...
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Magazine wins national award
‘Parish Views’, your parish magazine, has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence as winner of the Best Layout Award in the annual Church Magazine Awards of the Association of Church Editors. More ...
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Life in lockdown 
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Christianity Explored 
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Midday Prayers
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Holy Communion and Coronavirus  
One of the things I’m really missing badly at the moment is regular worship with you in our churches across the Melton Team Parish, writes the Revd Mary Barr. More ...
In memory of Andrew
Cheques totalling a magnificent £1,500 have been presented to the Adult Intensive Care Unit at Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, in memory of St Mary's Church, Melton Mowbray, stalwart Andrew Nutter, who sadly died following heart surgery on July 28th. More ...