Community First New Forest

Contact us on: 01425 482773

Oxfam in Lymington is desperately seeking volunteers for their newly opened shop with a difference.

This is a great opportunity to volunteer in a new Oxfam shop that is aiming to create a slightly different experience for the customer!

You will be joining a small but growing team helping us to make the most from donations; offering fantastic customer service as well as sorting, pricing and preparing for sale a wide range of products.

As we grow our team our opening hours will increase.

Eventually we hope to open 7 days a week - 8 hours per day Monday - Saturday and 6 hours on Sunday, however your gift of time can be arranged to suit you as well as the needs of our business.

Whatever your interest, from customer facing to sorting stock please do get in touch.

Your help will make a real difference.

For more information and to apply click here: https://www.cfnf.org.uk/opportunity/?slug=retail-assistant-9418&id=9418

Volunteers Urgently Wanted

Would you like to help a local worthy cause?

Can you spare some time?

Why not consider volunteering in your community and 'paying it back'?

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Connect to Support

Hampshire County Council launches new website to help residents manage their wellbeing, care and support needs

Many of us have, or know someone who has, a care or support need.  Sometimes this is an obvious need arising from age, illness or disability.

Sometimes it is not so clear when help is needed:  for example, those in our community who are feeling lonely but do not know how to meet other people or those in need of emotional support because they have suffered a bereavement.

Connect to Support Hampshire has been set up as a ‘one stop shop’ to signpost residents to the right source of help or support.

It is also a great source of information for those who want to look after their health and wellbeing to prevent the need for care and support services in the future.

The website offers:

  • An information and advice section covering a variety of topics including Health and wellbeing advice, Managing at home, Community transport, Specialist holidays and leisure activities for those with disabilities, Equipment and adaptations, Help and support for carers and much more.
  • A ‘Community directory’ which signposts residents to hundreds of local and national organisations offering a wide range of services and activities – from community centres and lunch clubs, to dementia support services, to local amateur dramatics societies!
  • A directory of care homes and nursing homes in Hampshire
  • A directory of home care agencies offering personal care (such as help with bathing ) in residents’ homes.

Information is easy to navigate and the home page of the website includes an ‘Interactive community’ where you can click on relevant images to find the information you want.

To find out more visit www.connecttosupporthampshire.org.uk