communitea cafe update

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In response to the self isolation measures introduced by the Government, our aim is to ensure that older people and others who are vulnerable have a healthy meal that can be delivered to their home. Free delivery to Sutton Coldfield, Kingstanding, Erdington and Four Oaks. Meals can be delivered outside of these areas depending on amounts ordered but this will be subject to a delivery charge. Please do give us a call to have a chat about your requirements as …

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Support available from Age Concern Birmingham during the Coronavirus Outbreak

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We are offering:  A non-emergency telephone support line available Monday to Saturday 9.30am to 4pm to provide advice and help to members of the community in need  Well-being calls to vulnerable citizens who need extra support and reassurance  Free bags of essential food and non-food items delivered to those in need.  A meal delivery service from the Communitea cafe inSutton Coldfield, Erdington and Kingstanding.  A shopping service for those unable to shop for food andother …

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Age Concern Birmingham Emergency Newsletter

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To keep people informed and updated during this worrying time, Age Concern Birmingham will be publishing a regular emergency newsletter to let you know about the support and services that are available from us. Please do share this with anyone who will find it useful. You can view a copy of the newsletter here:http://www.ageconcernbirmingham.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/ACB-Emergency-Newsletter-Issue-1-1.pdf Please note that our helpline (0121 362 3650) will be open over the bank holiday for those in need of support and advice. We’d like to …

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Coronavirus – Fraud Awareness

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With the challenge that the coronavirus pandemic is presenting to everybody, but in particular for older people, it is clear that protection against scams and fraud is now more important than ever. We have already seen evidence that ‘scammers’ have started to exploit the situation and so Age Concern Birmingham have developed a simple toolkit to share advice and guidance around fraud awareness. As part of this, we want to share some key messages around this, as follows: Spot It …

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Sutton Coldfield Together – Update

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Royal Sutton Coldfield Town Council and Age Concern Birmingham are working together with the Sutton Coldfield Charitable Trust, and voluntary, community and faith organisations across Sutton Coldfield to ensure that local residents in need are able to access the support and information they need during these unprecedented times.  A new Sutton Coldfield Together website has been created where help can be requested, and this also has the details of local organisations and groups offering support and services to those in …

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Goalden Gate Superdraw Lottery Results – Week 43

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£1,000 winner is Mr P Lewis £150 winner is Darren Atwell £100 winner is Geoffrey Whewell £75 winner is Sam Parke £50 winner is Mr D Leek £50 winner is Patricia Griffin £25 winner is Robin Goodfellow £25 winner is Mark Dimmock £25 winner is Paul Gill £25 winner is Stephen Lucas The Birthdate drawn was 07.04.96 and the £500 prize was not won, making next week’s prize £600.

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Emergency Asset Register

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We are pleased to be able to share our first version of the Sutton Coldfield Emergency Asset Register (click here to download) which gives details of the current support and services available in the constituency.  We shall continue to update and share this on a regular basis as things progress so please do keep us informed of any services or support your community group is able to offer, and also let us know if there are any changes to your …

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Age Concern Birmingham – COVID-19 Update

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Here at Age Concern Birmingham and Jubilee Citizens UK we have been busy planning and organising services and support to meet the demands and needs that COVID-19 will present to us as communities, and this will of course be ongoing over the weeks to come. We are working closely with other organisations and services to ensure we work together to meet demand and play a role in safeguarding our older people and supporting our communities through this time, acknowledging we …

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