COVID-19 Update – 26 March


This is my third update on what our community is doing to work together to tackle COVID-19. 

I have been so impressed by how local people, charities and businesses have stepped up to the challenge. Thank you!

Supporting Local Businesses

Frankonia The Bread House based at Unit 1a, Red Lion Business Park, Red Lion Road, Surbiton. KT6 7QD have adapted their business from wholesale to public sale. They sell a wide range of bakery products, fruit and vegetables.

They are open 08.30 -16.00, Monday to Friday and 08.30 – 14.00 Saturday and ask customers to maintain social distancing when shopping.

You can visit their website here.


Virtual Community Rooms

Community Brain – an amazing local organisation - have set up virtual community rooms. One is their Grand Hall for you to pop in and have a chat, the other is a side room which can be booked for smaller gatherings. The aim of these rooms is to give our community a space to be together in these difficult times.

Ideas for events on these platforms are encouraged!

You can visit the community rooms here.


Kingston Council Supporting Key Workers

Kingston Council have created a new temporary parking permit to support key workers to travel around the borough safely.

You can find out more about this here.


Keep Updated

If you know of charities, voluntary groups or businesses who I could mention in these updates, please email me at edward.davey.mp@parliament.uk. Thank you.

My team and I are regularly updating our website with the latest information on COVID-19. You can follow this here.


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