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3 days ago
We are still getting busier each week.
We are very much aware of the lastest COVID-19 outbreaks in parts of Burton, mainly Anglesey, Shobnall, Horninglow and now Eton areas. Because of this we will be looking towards continual improvement of our control measures for the foreseeable future.
Our Track and Trace system started well and will continue.
It is important to offer help to those that need us whilst ensuring the safety of service users and volunteers. ... See MoreSee Less
4 days ago
This is our food parcel service for those in need.
You may self refer. If you are in financial hardship and in need of a food parcel, please message and our volunteers will take care of you.
If you are a referring body or person, please message in with the following details. Name, address, tel no, number of people in the household and the age of any children. Also if dog food or sanitary items are required. If you could also let us know if there are any special dietary needs. ... See MoreSee Less
ACJ Medical came out with us again last weekend doing tests on our service users. One needed an ambulance showing the value of these tests.
TRACK AND TRACE. We have increased our already stringent policies in regards to COVID-19 since the extra cases were reported in Burton. New risk assessments regarding persons that are vulnerable to COVID-19 have been written by Anne our Safeguarding Coordinator to and include Track and Trace. Of course we have our new social distancing signage too. We must try to keep everyone safe.
On a lighter note, we are always told facial expressions cannot be seen when wearing a mask. Look at Adrianne's face in photo 2 where our volunteers are setting up 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
HOPE2HOME and HOPE2STREET get through an enormous amount of food each week to keep up with demand for food parcels.
We got our Morrison’s Feed The Nation donation today, collected by Louise and Liz. John and Rachael went shopping to buy food items we are short of in the food banks and we have had donations from the public too to keep things going for a little while. ... See MoreSee Less