Covid-19 Baldernock Community Support

Information for Baldernock residents - where to get help from the community and how to offer your help.

Your main source for information and emergency contact should be the government and NHS websites that are widely advertised.

National Cyber Security Centre - NCSC.GOV.UK

“Our advice to the public and organisations is to remain vigilant and follow our guidance, to only use trusted sources of information on the virus such as UK Government, Public Health England or NHS websites . . .

We urge everyone to remain vigilant to these threats, be on the lookout for suspicious emails and look to trusted sources for information and updates regarding COVID-19."


Where  to ask for help (confidentially)

Ceilia Burns

01360 620220

Jane Logan

01360 620563

Mags Harwood

01360 622369

Jean Langhorne

01360 620300

Catriona Gemmell


Linda Whitehall

01360 621803


OPAL is a free information, advice and referral service for all adults (16+) in East Dunbartonshire who use health services.

EDC Coronavirus update 
Support is available through East Dunbartonshire Council to arrange for food and medicine deliveries, and other support services to those who are shielding from Covid-19 
t: 0141 777 3345

Baldernock Parish Church
Check the link for updates from the church.

Libraries are currently closed, but you can still join online and access the EDLC digital library services including FREE acccess to eBooks, eAudiobooks, digital magazines, comics, today's newspapers (PRESSREADER) and online information services.  

Free Ancestry at-home access.  Access via your library account:
On a lighter note: Read Baldernock Recollections of a Rural School or Profile of a Parish online.

Broadband update

East Dunbartonshire Foodbank

There are regular updates for Baldernock on Twitter @Baldernock 

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