Neighbourhood Support

You can make a difference. We are asking everyone in our community to step up and support their neighbours at this difficult time - and here's how you can help.

STAY

AT HOME

At this time, the best way we can support our neighbours is by following Government advice to stay at home.

 
Staying home will save lives, by slowing down the rate of infection, and giving the NHS more time to manage people who fall critically ill. Read the Government guidance here.

 

Give to our emergency food bank

Donate food and other essential supplies to those in need. You can do this in two ways.

1. Add some extra items to your food shop and drop them off at The Rectory or the Post Office

2. Donate to Poole Food bank online

 

Get help

At this difficult time we are committed to supporting the most vulnerable in our community.

If you are isolated and/or unwell and would like us to check in with you on a regular basis, please get in touch.


 

 

f you do not have access to the web, call us on 01202 674 878 and we will respond as soon as we are able. If are you in urgent need of supplies and unable to go out, please let us know.  

Join our Helpforce

Volunteer with our Helpforce to offer practical support to those unable to go out with e.g.delivering food and medicines, delivering post, dog walking and other errands. 

Get in touch with our volunteer coordinator David Reed: 07799 308970

Connect
Hamworthy
Church

01202 674878

hello@hamworthychurch.co.uk

 

St Michael's Church,

Blandford Rd, Poole 

BH15 4HR

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