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Mental health Awareness week

Mental Health Awareness Week will take place from 18-24 May 2020. The theme is kindness.

MAR. 23, 2023

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Weekly, hour long, Zoom calls for over 55's living in Devon.

Click here to find the details of how to join, with one meeting for Torbay and Teignmouth, and one for the rest of Devon. The groups are intended for anyone to join, but especially those feeling isolated and lonely at this time.

MAR. 23, 2023

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Vulnerable residents urged to still stay at home

DCC is urging vulnerable residents to remain at home despite changes to the lockdown restrictions. Around 34,000 people in Devon have been identified as having an underlying health condition that puts them at very high risk of severe illness if they catch coronavirus.

The NHS has advised them to not to leave their homes until at least the end of June, even for essential supplies and exercise, in order to minimise face-to-face contact and prevent being exposed to the virus. There is no change to this guidance, and the rigorous ‘shielding’ measures introduced to help keep those who are considered extremely clinically vulnerable safe are still in place.

MAR. 23, 2023

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Increased concern about online grooming

Devon's Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (the MASH) has seen an increase in the number of calls reporting inappropriate online activity.

More information and advice is available on the Safer Devon Partnership website or via the NSPCC, Childline and the UK Safer Internet Centre.

To report a concern to the Devon MASH, telephone 0345 155 1071 or email mashsecure@devon.gov.uk

MAR. 23, 2023

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Food Donations needed

The CHAT (Churches Housing Action Trust) Food Bank in Tiverton is available to anyone in Mid Devon needing help with access to food. Uptake has risen by 81% in these unprecedented times. The food bank relies entirely on donations and volunteers, and so a collection point for donated food and household goods has been set up in Bradninch. Click here to find out more about items needed.

To donate any of the required items to the food bank, please leave them in the recycling box by the garage marked CHAT , at James and Dawn Pettit's house: Inner Hope, Millway. If you are isolating but would like to donate, please contact your Bradninch Together Co-ordinator, who will be happy to arrange delivery of items to the collection point on your behalf.

The Food Bank will help anyone in need. Give them a call on 01884 255 606 between 10am and 12pm, and they will talk to you about how they can help. For further information contact James or Dawn on tel. 881 411, or visit https://chatmid.org.

MAR. 23, 2023

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Grow your own Sunflowers

Click here to find out about the Bradninch Sunflower project for children under 12 years old. Collect your free packs from 3 JubileeRoad.​ ONLY A FEW REMAINING!

MAR. 23, 2023

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Bradninch Together 2020