Community Listings

Masham Church Bellringers

Sunday ringing 10.15am – 10.40am. Practice Thursday at 7.30 – 9.30pm. Visitors welcome.

Contact Brian Linscott

Mobile 07733 895044

brian_linscott@hotmail.co.uk
Fearby & Healey Sports & Over 60s

Fearby & Healey Sports & Over 60s

Provides sports day, children’s Halloween party,
Over 60s summer outing & Christmas party
Contact Ian Johnson 01765 689682

Saving Yorkshire’s Dogs

Local independent rescue rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming dogs at risk..
SYD’s purpose is to provide rescue, rehabilitation and rehoming of vulnerable & at risk dogs in Yorkshire.
SYD strives to provide educational tools and support to ensure appropriate and stable dog ownership; the aim being to reduce the number of vulnerable dogs in Yorkshire.
SYD is a Dog Rescue based in the Dales that covers all of Yorkshire. SYD has kennels but also relies on Fosterers to help in the rehabilitation and rehoming of the dogs.
SYD Rescue is situated between Masham and West Tanfied just off the A6108.
Registered charity number 1167291

SYD Rescue shares an address with Brackenfarg Kennels, located at: High Haw Leas Farm Ripon North Yorkshire HG4 4DP
Tel; 07562 986101
www.sydrescue.org.uk

Masham Church (2000) Trust

This charity aims to preserve the fabric of our beautiful church
and churchyard for future generations.
It is a non-denominational community group.
Please support our events!
For more information contact Steve North on 07714 708872




Wednesday Welcome Centre

Wednesday Welcome Centre

Every Wednesday at from 12.30-3.30pm.
Set up initially for people living with dementia and their carers, we are open to anyone who wants to get out of the house, have people to talk to, share activities with and to have a good laugh. We play dominoes, darts and indoor sports such as bowls and quoits. Try a variety of crafts, sing and sometimes just sit and chat, the choice is yours and we are always open to fresh ideas. We keep some helpful information and can connect you with other agencies who may be able to help.
We are supported by Carers Resource and Dementia Forward.
Phone Joy on 01765 689310 to learn more or if you would like help getting there.




Volunteer Litter Pickers in Mashamshire – Mashamshire Litter Busters

We are a group of Mashamshire residents that love walking and we are also an enthusiastic team of volunteer litter pickers. We either go individually for a walk and take a bin bag or meet as a group and ‘do’ a route. In any case, it’s great exercise and we think we make a difference to our Town and around. You are most welcome to join us for the next group litter pick.

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:

Mind in Harrogate District

Mind in Harrogate District

Mind in Harrogate District provide a mental health hub every Wednesday at Mashamshire Community Office. The outreach service provides local access to mental health support, information, advice and training opportunities. Individual appointments are available on Wednesdays between 10am and 12 noon and should be pre-booked directly, please email kirsty@mindinharrogate.org.uk For more information on the full range of services Mind in Harrogate provide, please visit www.mindinharrogate.org.uk

C/O Mashamshire Community Office 7 Little Market Place HG4 4DY



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
help@fcn.org.uk.
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.
You can also choose to have a Monthly wellbeing visit or Weekly phone call to check everything is okay, and we now offer a short term service for Hospital discharge or when family are away.
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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