We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working to
Wooda Surgery is based in East the Water beside Clarence Wharf. The surgery provides a variety of services including Adult Vaccination & Immunisation, Carers' checks, Cervical Screening, Child Health Surveillance, Childhood Examinations & Immunisations and Long Term Conditions Management.
We provide supported accommodation for addicts seeking to maintain abstinence based recovery using mutual aid fellowships. We provide support and housing management with skilled and experienced staff. Our residents attend meetings of local mutual aid fellowships and are responsible for working their
Learn Devon has provided Adult and Community Learning courses and nationally accredited qualifications in Devon for more than 20 years. The wide range of courses on offer help learners gain important skills and qualifications to help get jobs, support independent living, or simply to improve
Is the way you are feeling affecting your daily life? Are you struggling to cope, feeling low, worrying more than usual and finding it hard to get a good night’s sleep? Many of us feel like this from time to time, but when these feelings and thoughts become overwhelming, when you feel you have to
Alabaré provides supported housing for homeless adults who need support to move into independent living, and floating support to adults living in their own accommodation, to prevent homelessness. In Bideford, Charis House provides accommodation for 9 people who are homeless and have complex needs as
The Steamship Freshspring Trust is a not for profit organisation based in North Devon, whose aim is to return SS Freshspring to operation, preserving the past and inspiring knowledge for the future. The Trust aims to advance the education of the public through the preservation and operation of an
Hope for the Homeless came about in February 2008 after an awareness event held in Bideford St. Mary’s. This took the form of a typical “diner’s lunch” and was attended by over 60 people from all walks of life including many different organisations and agencies, and several homeless people. By the