Resources that you may find helpful during this uncertain time, whether it be food, plumbing or just activities to keep you and your family occupied, can all be found here.
Here are just a few resources for parents to use with their children, for both recreation and learning.
The Ancestry Library Edition has been extended until the end of June 2021. Members of Devon Libraries can continue accessing Ancestry online for free from home.
Uplift is a community-facing organisation seeking to improve the lives of the under-fives and their families. They are able to provide clothing, nappies, accessories, toys and books for families with
children up to the age of 5 yrs. at their request
Back to Nature
Click the links below to find out more about some great free resources you can use:
LtL is an outdoor learning charity who have generously shared a range of outdoor resources and activities for families to explore during the current crisis, no matter whether you have a garden a balcony or are restricted to the indoors.
FOOD AND COOKING
If you need help getting food delivered or eating on a tight budget, feel free to check out the link below.
Eat well spend less
During this time of financial uncertainty it is still important to eat well, even on a tight budget. You may find this Public Health England Eat Well Guide video useful: https://vimeo.com/419920107,
Several local businesses are offering food delivery or click and collect services.
Telephone orders available, delivered by BradTog volunteers. BradTog volunteers can also deliver groceries from
other supermarkets to those unable to shop for themselves.
01392 861 239.
Click/Telephone and collect service available.
Delivery and click and collect service available.
Delivery service available to elderly and vulnerable only. Shop open to all (10.30-5.30).
Sustainable Bradninch community group working to make Bradninch a better place to live in the future. Led by Katy Mackenzie, Lynn Wilkinson and Lucy Mottram, Sustainable Bradninch events happen throughout the year and benefit all residents, while reducing waste and being green.
These mini creative activities are welcome to all ages, experience and abilities who want to expand on their illustration and craft skills!
You can contribute your work by commenting on this post with a photograph, video or writing showing us what you have made, or you can upload your work to the Bradninch Together Creatives' facebook site.