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Wroxton Village Web Site Supported by the Parish Council
WROXTON & BALSCOTE PARISH COUNCIL VOLUNTARY CAR SCHEME FOR SURGERY VISITS If anyone from the Parish of Wroxton & Balscote require assistance in attending Shenington Surgery, or delivery of prescriptions, please contact any of the volunteers below.                SHENINGTON SURGERY VOLUNTEERS Wroxton                                                                            Pres. Appts. Robbie Lemar    Primrose Cottage              * *     730500 Phil Harrison    Primrose Cottage               * * 730500 Elizabeth Jones..  Main Street                         *        *     730652 Balscote Michael Robarts Priory Farm      * * 730629 Bob Jesson Homeland         * * 738640 Trina Wilcock Old School House         * 738718 Liz Whitworth Chapel Barn         * * 738525 Sheila Harris Broughton House         * 738043 Prs: Deliver/collect prescriptions Appts: Take people to and from appointments   
Age UK Oxfordshire TODAY ““Without   their   help   I   simply   would   not   have   been   able   to     manage”.      Said   one   of      our   grateful   clients   in   a   thank   you letter   to   Age   UK   Oxfordshsire’s   Home   Support   Team.            "while recovering   from   a   hip   replacement   operation,      they   took   me to   hospital,   they   did   my   housework,   they   did   my   shopping.      I am   deeply   grateful   for   the   friendly   help   I   received   through the Banbury Centre." The   staff   and   volunteers   of   Age   UK   Oxfordshire,   based   at   5 White   Lion   Walk,   Banbury,   OX16   5UD,   want   to   let   everyone   in Banbury   and   District   know   what   we   can   do   to   help   older people   locally.      We   have   recently   launched   a   major   campaign, known   as   "Age   UK   Oxfordshire   TODAY",   to   raise   awareness   of and funds for the services we provide.  These include :- free   Information   and   Advice   on   a   range   of   matters   from benefits   and   housing   to   care,   legal   issues,   dementia   and much more; one-to-one     Computer     Classes      tailored     to     your precise         needs,   costing   £5   per   hour,   held   at   our   White Lion Walk Centre; Phone   Friends    service   whereby   a   volunteer   befriends lonely    or    isolated    older    people    and    rings    them    up weekly  for a friendly chat; Home   Support   service   arranges   for   someone   to   visit people   at   home,   for   a   modest   fee,   to   help   with   jobs such   as   shopping,   light   housework   or   simply   to   have   a chat.   Transport   to   the   doctor,   hospital   or   to   take   you shopping can also be arranged; Group   Activities   are   held   at   our   Centre   and   include Book   Club,   Knit   and   Natter,   a   Singing   Group   and   free monthly Films are shown in Friday afternoons; Insurance   Services   tailor-made   for   the   over   50s   cover Home, Car and Travel; Electricity,    Wills    and    Funeral    Plans     can    all    be arranged through Age UK Oxfordshire; Help for Carers. for   further   information,   please   feel   free   to   ring   us   on   01295- 278040   between   10am   and   4pm   Monday   to   Friday   or   just   call in to the Centre at 5 White Lion Walk, Banbury. Age   UK   Oxfordshire   always   welcomes   new   Volunteers   to   help with   a   variety   of   tasks.      If   you   have   an   hour   or   two   to   spare, please call us on 01295-278040 or call in to the Centre. Fundraising   is   of   major   importance   to   us   in   order   to   maintain our   help   and   advice   services.      We   receive   less   than   2% funding   from   Age   UK   nationally   and   so   have   to   raise   all   our funds   ourselves.      If   you   could   be   a   Fundraiser   in   any   way,   for instance   by   signing   up   to   a   regular   donation   or   by   hosting   an event for us, please come in to the Centre or give us a call.  Our   big   new   campaign,   "Age   UK   Oxfordshire   TODAY",   aims   to raise   £50,000   a   year   for   5   years   to   enable   us   to   continue providing   the   invaluable   services   we   offer.      This   campaign   is supported   by   patrons   Sir   Tony   Baldry   MP,   Sir   Frank   Davies, Esther   Rantzen,   and   Tom   Blinkhorn      as   well   as   Banbury   Town Mayor        Cllr    Nicholas    Turner,        The    Banbuary    Guardian, Godswell    Park    Care    Home,    DHL,    Barclays    Bank    Banbury branch  and others. In    2009,    the    charities    Age    Concern    and    Help    the    Aged combined   under   the   new   name   of   Age   UK.      The   purpose   of Age    UK    is    to    provide    advice,    services    and    assistance    to everyone and anyone over the age of 50. We   look   forward   to   welcoming   you   into   our   White   Lion   Walk Cafe   one   day   soon   and   hope   you   will   find   lots   to   interest   you.     Please tell you friends about us.
Volunteer Connect runs a volunteer driving scheme throughout Cherwell, providing transport to those people with problems accessing public transport to get to important appointments. The cost is 45p per mile, which goes to the volunteer driver to cover the cost of petrol.  We also need more drivers! This can be a very rewarding experience, helping those within the community to travel to hospitals, GPs, dentists, podiatrists etc.  It is not an onerous commitment, as it is on as “as and when” basis.  To find out more please call 0300 3030 125, or email pip.dealtry@volunteerconnect.org.uk
Wroxton Village Web Site Supported by the Parish Council
WROXTON & BALSCOTE PARISH COUNCIL VOLUNTARY AR SCHEME FOR SURGERY VISITS If anyone from the Parish of Wroxton & Balscote require assistance in attending Shenington Surgery, or delivery of prescriptions, please contact any of the volunteers below.                SHENINGTON SURGERY VOLUNTEERS Wroxton                                                                            Pres. Appts. Robbie Lemar Primrose Cottage           * *     730500 Phil Harrison Primrose Cottage           * * 730500 Elizabeth Jones..      Main Street                      *        *          730652 Balscote Michael Robarts Priory Farm      * * 730629 Bob Jesson Homeland          * * 738640 Trina Wilcock Old School House          * 738718 Liz Whitworth Chapel Barn          * * 738525 Sheila Harris Broughton House          * 738043 Prs: Deliver/collect prescriptions Appts: Take people to and from appointments  
Age UK Oxfordshire TODAY ““Without   their   help   I   simply   would   not   have   been   able   to     manage”.      Said   one   of      our   grateful   clients   in   a   thank   you letter    to    Age    UK    Oxfordshsire’s    Home    Support    Team.              "while   recovering   from   a   hip   replacement   operation,      they took   me   to   hospital,   they   did   my   housework,   they   did   my shopping.      I   am   deeply   grateful   for   the   friendly   help   I received through the Banbury Centre." The   staff   and   volunteers   of   Age   UK   Oxfordshire,   based   at White    Lion    Walk,    Banbury,    OX16    5UD,    want    to    let everyone   in   Banbury   and   District   know   what   we   can   do   to help   older   people   locally.      We   have   recently   launched   a major   campaign,   known   as   "Age   UK   Oxfordshire   TODAY", raise    awareness    of    and    funds    for    the    services    we provide.  These include :- free   Information   and   Advice   on   a   range   of   matters   from benefits   and   housing   to   care,   legal   issues,   dementia   and much more; one-to-one    Computer    Classes     tailored    to    your precise         needs,   costing   £5   per   hour,   held   at   our White Lion Walk Centre; Phone     Friends      service     whereby     a     volunteer befriends   lonely   or   isolated   older   people   and   rings them up weekly  for a friendly chat; Home    Support    service    arranges    for    someone    to visit   people   at   home,   for   a   modest   fee,   to   help   with jobs   such   as   shopping,   light   housework   or   simply   to have   a   chat.   Transport   to   the   doctor,   hospital   or   to take you shopping can also be arranged; Group   Activities   are   held   at   our   Centre   and   include Book   Club,   Knit   and   Natter,   a   Singing   Group   and   free monthly Films are shown in Friday afternoons; Insurance   Services   tailor-made   for   the   over   50s cover Home, Car and Travel; Electricity,   Wills   and   Funeral   Plans    can   all   be arranged through Age UK Oxfordshire; Help for Carers. for   further   information,   please   feel   free   to   ring   us   on 01295-278040   between   10am   and   4pm   Monday   to   Friday or just call in to the Centre at 5 White Lion Walk, Banbury. Age   UK   Oxfordshire   always   welcomes   new   Volunteers   to help   with   a   variety   of   tasks.      If   you   have   an   hour   or   two spare,   please   call   us   on   01295-278040   or   call   in   to   the Centre. Fundraising    is    of    major    importance    to    us    in    order    to maintain   our   help   and   advice   services.      We   receive   less than   2%   funding   from   Age   UK   nationally   and   so   have   to raise   all   our   funds   ourselves.      If   you   could   be   a   Fundraiser any    way,    for    instance    by    signing    up    to    a    regular donation   or   by   hosting   an   event   for   us,   please   come   in   to the Centre or give us a call.  Our    big    new    campaign,    "Age    UK    Oxfordshire    TODAY", aims   to   raise   £50,000   a   year   for   5   years   to   enable   us   to continue   providing   the   invaluable   services   we   offer.      This campaign   is   supported   by   patrons   Sir   Tony   Baldry   MP,   Sir Frank   Davies,   Esther   Rantzen,   and   Tom   Blinkhorn      as   well Banbury    Town    Mayor        Cllr    Nicholas    Turner,        The Banbuary    Guardian,    Godswell    Park    Care    Home,    DHL, Barclays Bank Banbury branch  and others. 2009,   the   charities   Age   Concern   and   Help   the   Aged combined   under   the   new   name   of   Age   UK.      The   purpose Age   UK   is   to   provide   advice,   services   and   assistance   to everyone and anyone over the age of 50. We   look   forward   to   welcoming   you   into   our   White   Lion Walk   Cafe   one   day   soon   and   hope   you   will   find   lots   to interest you.  Please tell you friends about us.
Volunteer Connect runs a volunteer driving scheme throughout Cherwell, providing transport to those people with problems accessing public transport to get to important appointments. The cost is 45p per mile, which goes to the volunteer driver to cover the cost of petrol.  We also need more drivers! This can be a very rewarding experience, helping those within the community to travel to hospitals, GPs, dentists, podiatrists etc.  It is not an onerous commitment, as it is on as “as and when” basis.  To find out more please call 0300 3030 125, or email pip.dealtry@volunteerconnect.org. uk