Live or work in Slough? Become a #OneSlough Community Champion

With so many Covid-19 messages floating around social media, knowing who or what to trust can be confusing.
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#OneSlough Community Champions is a network of people made up of Slough's voluntary sector, residents and workers who sign up to receive regular trusted updates and advice. This can be passed on to family, friends and neighbours, in any way you want. You might be the person that everyone knows and trusts. You might be someone who wants to help in whatever way you can - even if this is your first time. Perhaps you are always on Facebook, post images on Instagram or look after a WhatsApp group, then you’re just who we’re looking for!
Post trusted information to keep Slough safe. By having and sharing clear information, you, your friends, family and community can make informed choices.


What's a #OneSlough Community Champion?
The idea is that all those who live or work in Slough sign up to receive regular trusted Covid-19 updates which they share with their family, friends and neighbours through social media, e-mail or over the phone.
How to sign up?
People can sign up to be a #OneSlough Community Champion at:

What happens next?
They will receive an e-mail on a Friday with three Covid-19 related items of news for them to share, however they want.

Here's an example of what you will receive
Last week, the Rule of 6, Changes at Montem Testing Centre and infographics were shared - have a look at

Ramesh Kukar, Chief Executive of Slough Council for Voluntary Service (Slough CVS), which is delivering #OneSlough at ground level, said: “Slough has now been removed as a COVID ‘area of concern’, this is thanks to the great work that everyone has done across the borough to help bring down our coronavirus infection rates. We need to ensure this remains and that everyone can play their part whether they live or work in Slough.” 

Sign up to be a #OneSlough Community Champion at:

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