WE CARE ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY
And we care about you! Whether you are looking for a toddler’s group, debt advice, employment support or would like to visit our food centre we would love to hear from you.
CHRISTIANS AGAINST POVERTY
CAP is a national charity who help those in debt. We have a debt centre as part of our community services here at KCC. Aneli Starks is our debt centre manager. You can contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chuckles is our parent and toddlers group. Chuckles meets every Monday morning during term time at 10am, giving parents a chance to meet other parents, and for their little ones to play and make new friends. Emma Curtayne & Mel Cranston lead Chuckles. You can contact them at: email@example.com
The Food Centre supports individuals and families during times of financial crisis. The centre is open on Monday and Thursday mornings from 10am-1.30pm. The Centre provides dried and tinned food which is donated by schools, churches, local business and individuals. You can contact the Food Centre at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hope Centre is situated right in the heart of the Weston Estate and provides community support in a variety of different ways. For more information and to see what is on each week, please follow the link: Hope Centre
The Job Club is open monthly on a Monday morning at the Hope Centre, providing advice and support for those who are seeking employment. For further info on Job Club times in Hampshire or Southampton please email email@example.com or call 07926 254410
Ruth Chiddle is the parish nurse. A parish nurse is a registered nurse who will work within the Code of Professional Practice (Nursing and Midwifery Council). The following are examples of what he or she can do:
- Personal health advice
Introductions to appropriate voluntary services, health facilities or support groups
Health related talks to community groups
Help to stay at home as long as possible with health related issues
Listen to spiritual as well as physical needs and offer prayer when asked.
Referrals are through the community services and members of the pastoral team.