What is the Warm Hub Project?
‘Warm Hubs’ are places within the local community where people can be assured of finding a safe, warm and friendly environment in which to enjoy refreshments, social activity, information and advice and the company of other people’.
March Soup & Pud Delivery
70 residents from across our community received our Soup & Pud delivery last week along with an activity pack from Age Uk Northumberland.
A big thank you to all of the volunteers who helped deliver such a successful Soup and Pud delivery and to Community Action Northumberland, Age Uk Northumberland, George Jennings Fruit & Veg, The Border Reiver and The Coach House Hotel.
Here is the write up from The Hexham Courant.
Carbon Monoxide Monitors and Getting Online.
Please find attached link to the January 2021 The Cosy CAN Newsletter with lots of useful information about Carbon Monoxide. If you do not have a CO monitor and would like one please contact me on 07918 581553 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you Online?
If not, would you like to be?
We can help you get connected – all equipment and training provided free – contact Georgie on 07918 581553 or email email@example.com
Christmas Goodie Bags Delivery
We were delighted to hand out 70 goodie bags just before Christmas. Thank you to Age Concern, Warm Hubs and George Jennings Fruit & Veg for all of their donations to the bags, and to our lovely volunteers who helped fill them and deliver them.
Here are a few photos
RTC Community Warm Hub – December 2020
*** Exciting News Flash**** We are delighted to join Northumberland’s Warm Hubs Project
Here at RTC we will be developing our Warm Hub projects following on from our Festive Goodie Bag deliveries in December.