The Farming Community Network

Helping farming people through difficult times.
Confidential help for farmers & farming families on health, anxiety, relationships, inheritance, lonliness, despair, depression, regulations, debt, environment, bereavement & many other problems which can become overwhelming.
To make a donation in support of FCN’s work please go to our website.
FCN Helpline open 7am – 11pm every day of the year.

Helpline 03000 111 999
www.fcn.org.uk
fcnyorkshire@gmail.com
Ripon & Rural Voluntary Car Driving Service

Ripon & Rural Voluntary Car Driving Service

Our volunteer drivers use their own vehicles to offer door to door transport for non-urgent journeys to medical appointments,
day centres, lunch clubs, shops, visiting sick relatives and social activities.
The service is for anyone who finds it difficult to access other means of transport due to mobility and/or location.
This service is part of the Harrogate Easier Living Project (HELP).
For more information or to book a journey please contact by phone or by email.

Little Acorns

Little Acorns

Growing & Learning Together
Methodist Schoolroom Wednesdays 9.30-11.00am
(Except school holidays)
Little Acorns welcomes all families with children aged 0-5 years. Come along to our friendly drop-in, where children can play & make friends whilst adults swap ideas, suggestions & support
one another.

St. Mary’s Church

Contact Rev David Cleeves 01765 689255
Sundays 8am: Holy Communion 1st, 2nd and 4th Sun in month.
10.45am: 2nd Sun in month Family Service. All other Sundays
Parish Communion. Wednesdays: 10am: Holy Communion

Ripon & Rural Befriending Service

Ripon & Rural Befriending Service

Ripon & Rural Befriending Service
Our befriending volunteers visit elderly and vulnerable people on a regular basis in their own homes, taking the time to listen and chat. If the need arises our friendly office team can also provide information and signposting. The service is for anyone living in their own home who misses company is feeling isolated or
generally at a low ebb following a change in their circumstances. This service is part of the Harrogate Easier Living Project (HELP).
For more information, or to make a referral, please contact:

Grewelthorpe Website

For local history, genealogy, events & local news.

Masham Country Market

Masham Country Market

Saturdays/Wednesdays/Bank Holidays/Occasional Sundays
New traders welcome
Contact: Mashamshire Community Office 01765 680200
Email: info@visitmasham.com




Harrogate and Ripon Centres for Voluntary Service (HARCVS)

We provide specialist information, resources, networks, training and support for charities and community groups across Harrogate district. Our Volunteering Directory matches individuals to hundreds of local volunteering opportunities.
‘Where To Turn’ is our fully searchable online directory listing over 600 community activities and charity services in Harrogate District.

Community House, 46-50 East Parade, Harrogate, HG1 5RR

Mashamshire Community Office

Central Hub for community services and tourist information.
Police Office, Acorns pre-school, Library, Office for Masham Parish Clerk. Liftshare. Photocopying, laminating & scanning services. Public use computers and WiFi. Maps, books, gifts for sale. Posters advertising events in the area, tickets available for Town Hall and local events. Access to Council services –
bus pass forms, blue badge forms, emergency carers cards, bus timetables, trade waste sacks. Meeting room for hire.
Town Hall bookings. Monthly exhibitions by local arts and crafts people in Blue Light Gallery. Volunteer opportunities for office & library. Book & Jigsaw Club.
Open all year round, Monday-Saturday 10.00am-3.00pm.
Sunday opening during August

7 Little Market Place, Masham, Ripon, HG4 4DY
Staying independent.

Staying independent.

Did you know that as well as Sheltered housing like Maple Creek in Masham, Harrogate Borough Council independent living services also provide support to help older and more vulnerable residents to stay safe and independent in their own home?
We can provide and install a Lifeline unit that is plugged into your phone line to summon help quickly and easily
in an emergency.
Once you push the red button (worn on your wrist or round your neck) our experienced  call centre will speak to you through the Lifeline box and summon help, be that family, friends,
a Doctor, carers or emergency services
or the Independent Living Officer on call.
Our team also keeps in touch every month to check the equipment  and make sure all is well.
If you are interested in finding out more about Lifeline or Sheltered housing for yourself or a family member, please contact Harrogate Borough Council.

01423 500600
www.harrogate.gov.uk

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