Age UK Info sheet for wisbech
Thu, 26 Mar 2020
This leaflet lists the main services across the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough area and national organisations that offer support for people who have lost a loved one.
If you feel you need support or advice, it may be helpful to first talk to your GP. They may be able to help you see a counsellor if this will be helpful. Your place of work or school may be able to help. Faith
communities can also be a source of support for many people.
Thu, 07 May 2020
Community Support Resources from AgeUK
Thu, 26 Mar 2020
WaterCare from Anglian Water
Tue, 05 May 2020
We know that sometimes, people might need extra support. WaterCare is here to help those who need us most.
Some customers may need help keeping up with their bills. They might have a medical condition or disability which means they would benefit from practical support or help when water supplies are interrupted.
There are many other types of people we can help, and you'll find a few more examples on page 4. But whoever you are, if you're finding life challenging right now – for whatever reason – we'll look at ways to help you out.
Tue, 21 Apr 2020
As the first Read Easy group is about to launch in Wisbech we caught up with Read Easy Pioneer Dave Christian to hear about their plans to launch further adult literacy groups across the region.
"We are looking for support to help us get the ball rolling on a brand new Read Easy group in Wisbech. We know that 43% of adults can't read or struggle with everyday reading, and we're
passionate about changing that with our proven, confidential programme of free, one-to-one, volunteer-led adult reading coaching We're currently looking for local people who could support the development of a new group by volunteering as Management Team members.
Becoming a Management Team Volunteer for Read Easy is fun and fulfilling but requires commitment and passion. You'll be given lots of support and full training, meet a diverse range
of people, and be part of a genuinely life-changing organisation. From experience, we know that learning to read really does change lives and being part of that process is special.
Wed, 26 Feb 2020