Computer drop-in sessions- Are you ‘Well Connected’? Face to face help ….tailored to fit your needs and carried out under Covid secure conditions. Second and fourth Wednesdays from 10am- 12pm at the Eric Payne Community Centre. Contact Wendy for further information on 01789 766084 or see Facebook.
Repair Cafe is back! Next cafe is Thursday 27 May. Operating temporarily in a different way in line with government guidance. Register your broken item with Wendy on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 01789 766084 and a drop off time will be given to you.
Are you feeling lonely ? Information for carers and those who are alone.
Join the Alcester Community Allotment and reap the benefits of your work through sharing the harvest! Contact Wendy (see details below) to find out more about Plot 28 at Bleachfield Street North allotments.
Defibrillators in Alcester- Do you know where the nearest defibrillator is? Speed is essential! Defibrillators are available at the following locations.
South Warwickshire Prostate Cancer Support Group– Invitation and information.
The Silverline– Helpline for older people- open 24/7
Elderberries Community Group meets every Wednesday from 11am – 3.30pm at Jubilee Court Community Room, for over 55’s in Alcester. It offers enjoyable and varied activities, a 2 course home cooked lunch, morning coffee and afternoon tea. Cost is £3.00 including lunch! Email email@example.com for further information.
ALCESTER’S HEALTH AND WELL-BEING CO-ORDINATOR
Wendy Sherwood works at Alcester Town Council as a Health and Well-being Co-ordinator. She plays a key role in developing initiatives that maximise the quality of life for people in Alcester.
The role of the Co-ordinator is to support older people to access activities and support within their local community. Over the last two years there is now more understanding about what older people wish to see in their community and it has been possible to identify the gaps in services and find available services/activities that fill this need. Some of the initiatives that are now active are the Elderberries Community Group, two computer drop-in groups and a Community Allotment.
Although older people are still a priority, the focus has also shifted towards young people and carers, as there is growing evidence that these groups also suffer from loneliness and isolation. Work has begun on a project that helps tackle these issues, in partnership with other charities, with the hope of improving levels of mental well-being and companionship.
For further information please contact:
Wendy by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on: 01789 766084
Other useful links:
Please find below FREE online training on Suicide Prevention which is accessible to all via the link embedded within the below address: https://www.thriveldn.co.uk/campaigns/zerosuicideldn/