AN ONLINE campaign aims to encourage Warwickshire residents stay as safe and well as possible through the winter months.
The county council is running the campaign focusing on how people can look after themselves and others to protect physical and mental health, manage finances and keep safe.
It includes lots of advice and information about services which can provide invaluable support at this time.
The content has been compiled with support from the county’s district and borough councils, police, health and voluntary and community services which continue to work together to help individuals and communities stay informed and protected from harm.
A booklet – printed on paper from sustainable sources – will be delivered to Warwickshire households to ensure everyone has access to the information, including people without access to digital services or unaware of those available to them.
The council’s adult social care and health spokeswoman Margaret Bell said: “We want to support our residents to be safe and healthy, so looking after health and wellbeing is paramount.
“This has been a strange year – we began in lockdown and Covid still remains in our communities which may cause worry for some. The winter months can be hard for many people, for example, you may not be going out as much and begin feel isolated or you may need support heating your home.
“Warwickshire County Council is here to support you and provide advice for you to help yourself.”