Help everyone to be Happy and Healthy in Chelford
Sometimes for health reasons, bereavement or a relationship situation people can become lonely and isolated from the wider community. If you would like to be part of the answer, please come to a meeting to think about becoming a befriender.
The initial meeting of the Befriending Project Monday 2nd October 2017 at 2pm Astle Court Community Room
We will explain how we came to develop the project:
- Give initial ideas for befriending, asking what those requiring befriending are asking for
- Open discussion — benefits, what can you offer, concerns and support
- Agree a way forward
Come and meet us: Revd Gerri Tetzlaff, Vicar of Chelford; Jill Cox & Ruth Philp, Cheshire Living Well, Dying Well Partnership
Click on the file for the leaflet
All welcome — individuals and those representing groups
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