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Coronavirus: how to get help

Has your business been affected by the coronavirus pandemic? Do you need financial support, or help shopping for groceries? The government has set out a package of measures to support public services, people and business through disruption caused by Covid-19. Richmond Council have set up information pages for businesses and for employees. If you need…

Coronavirus – how you can help

Last updated 24 March The latest government guidance is: Stay at homeOnly go outside for food, health reasons or work (where this absolutely cannot be done from home)Stay 2 metres (6ft) away from other peopleWash your hands as soon as you get home More details here. With the spread of coronavirus in the UK, more…

Fundraiser for mother of boy who died in tragic train accident

The mother of the teenage boy who died earlier this month after being hit by a train near Mortlake station is in danger of becoming homeless after losing her job. Friends have started a fundraiser for Valerija who has spent her savings on the funeral. Valerija lost her only child, Maksim in a tragic train…

Dave Parletti

Wishing a speedy recovery for our postman Dave Parletti

Local postman Dave Parletti is a familiar figure to many in Sheen, he has a smile for everyone and he’s a much loved member of the local community. He’s also a BDO darts player and has played for England at international level. We got news from his wife Kirsty that David was recently taken ill…

Are you a good listener, open-minded and enjoy helping others?

Then why not consider becoming a Volunteer Adviser for Sheen’s Citizens’ Advise Bureau? They’re recruiting now but hurry as applications close on 22 August and training starts in September!    Adviser: a dynamic and focused volunteer opportunity Richmond Citizens Advice Bureaux service provides high quality advice to those who live, work or study in the London…

Support for South West Londoners following a stroke

Local charity, Moving On, aims to improve the quality of life of stroke survivors by providing a forum where members can meet new people, enjoy each other’s company, and keep well and active. Activities: Together with our members, we plan an interesting programme of activities, such as outings, entertainment, quizzes and exercises. We also welcome your…

Reliable housekeeping help by Age UK Richmond

Did you know that the local charity Age UK Richmond run a housekeeping service? They offer help around the home including but not limited to the usual cleaning tasks: Age UK housekeepers can also help with shopping, preparing light meals and running errands such as prescription collection. Other assistance may be possible as agreed between the client and…