COVID-19: Protect Yourselves & Others

Latest Update on Covid Cases in the Framlingham Area

The most recent results for reported positive Covid cases locally from June 2021 to March 2023 are shown.

The most recent results for reported positive Covid cases locally from June 2021 to March 2023 are shown.


The most recent results for positive Covid cases locally are shown. The levels have stayed low locally, and have fallen throughout England and Wales. This is re-assuring, compared with what happened last year and the year before, when numbers of cases soared at this time of year.
However, not all positive cases are being reported as the requirement to test and report has been reduced in many settings, and so the results represent trends but not the actual numbers of infected people.

We have been advised that the healthcare system across Suffolk and North East Essex is suffering badly with staff sickness as a result of COVID circulating again in our community. Please try and protect yourselves by wearing masks in public if possible. This is not mandated, but we need your help to protect the health service from a rise in demand on health services, and to protect staff who can then be there for patients.

Everyone aged 65 + and those aged 12 + who are severely immunosuppressed can go to a local walk-in clinic for their 3rd COVID-19 booster dose, or make an appointment via the national NHS booking site.
Those eligible do not need to wait until invited, but there needs to be a 6 month gap since their last vaccination.

A Guide to the Autumn Booster can be seen at:

For more details visit the Government Covid Dashboard at:

Latest Covid Advice

Framlingham Covid-19 Response

Framlingham Covid Volunteers are ready to offer support the community should this be needed.
If you do not know who this is in your area, and you need help as you have Covid, please call the main Town Council office.

Phone: 01728 720183 (during office hours)

Hour Community Support

Hour Community are also providing Covid-19 support:

  • Providing Transport in and around Framlingham to deliver food and medication to those who have to self-isolate.
  • Offering transport to vaccination appointments.
  • Running the Worry Tree support service

Phone: 01728 440511



For medical help - go to the NHS online service:
For emergencies - phone: 999

Meals on Wheels

Aspect Living offer hot meals and daily & extra support delivered to your home
Phone: 01473 749927

Worry Tree

Is a Framlingham support group for people suffering from anxiety/worries
Phone: 01728 440533

Debt Advice Support Service

The Suffolk Advice and Support Service is helping people across Suffolk, to access information or support relating to debt, benefits, housing or employment.
This helpline is open from 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.

Phone: 0800 068 3131
See more info: Suffolk Advice and Support Service

Last updated: Sat, 04 Mar 2023 23:15