Lambert Medical Centre

01845 523157

Coronavirus Information

If you require information about options regarding sick notes please check requests for sick notes

If you require information about who should self-isolate, how you do this and how long you should self-isolate for please click here

If you need to book a test please click here

If you want more information about the shielding of the extremely vulnerable group then please click here

If you need information as you have a carer or you are a carer please click here for the Carers UK website.

Community Works is one of 23 Community Support Organisations working with North Yorkshire County Council.

Our advice to anyone self-isolating is to ask for help from family, friends, neighbours and trusted local groups. For anyone who doesn’t have someone they can call on for help and you live in Thirsk or one of its villages, please ring Community Works on 01845 523115 for help with shopping, prescriptions, caring for pets and having someone to talk to. If you live in a different area call NYCC on 01609 780780 Monday to Friday 8am to 5.30pm

What can I do to help?

Wherever possible people who are self-isolating are being encouraged to ask for help from family, friends, and neighbours. We would encourage everyone who can help others to let their family, friends and neighbours know if they are available and what they can do to help.

If you would like to register with Community Works as a volunteer please call us on 01845 524494 during office hours; we have stablished a process to fast-track DBS checks and induction so you can be called upon to help those in our community who need help as and when required.


Young Minds have a great website  with help to talk to your child about Coronavirus and 10 tips from their Parents Helpline to support family wellbeing

The Go To website has recently been updated with some useful information and resources in relation to coronavirus and children and young people’s mental wellbeing. It will continue to be updated with resources as they are received to help keep young people and families informed.


A new course called ‘Coping during the pandemic’ is now available  which includes information on preventing the spread of Coronavirus, advice on managing your concerns & supporting your wellbeing and advice on supporting children and young people. The course is free to access via this link