Help lines, Local Food Bank & Credit Unions
Help Lines ParishChild and Vulnerable Adult Protection. J Rix 01547 540171 Childline Free 24hr helpline 0800 1111 Silverline for older people Free 24hr helpline 0800 470 80 90 Domestic Violence Free 24hr helpline 0808 2000247 Samaritans Free 24hour helpline 116 123 NHS Drugs addiction helpline 24hr helpline 0300 123 6600 NSPCC if you think a child is at risk. 0808 800 5000 Rural Crime 0800 783 0137
CREDIT UNIONS are controlled by the Financial Services Authorities in the UK. They provide facilities for savers and also for borrowers. Their costs of borrowing are generally below those asked for by other financial organisations, interest paid to savers depends upon the individual Credit Union. Each Credit Union has its own set of priorities, are responsible lenders and are based around a community. They operate in a similar fashion to ‘Friendly Societies’. Some lend for small business projects others with less money to lend might not. If you wish to save or borrow then contact the relevant Credit Union who will do their best to help you. Regular saving with a Credit Union will help society in general as the Credit Union will have more resources to help others who struggle to make ends meet.
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PARISH of WIGMORE ABBEY
PARISH of WIGMORE ABBEY
Help lines, Local Food Bank & Credit Unions
Help Lines ParishChild and Vulnerable Adult Protection. J Rix 01547 540171 Childline Free 24hr helpline 0800 1111 Silverline for older people Free 24hr helpline 0800 470 80 90 Domestic Violence Free 24hr helpline 0808 2000247 Samaritans Free 24hour helpline 116 123 NHS Drugs addiction helpline 24hr helpline 0300 123 6600 NSPCC if you think a child is at risk. 0808 800 5000 Rural Crime 0800 783 0137
CREDIT UNIONS are controlled by the Financial Services Authorities in the UK. They provide facilities for savers and also for borrowers. Their costs of borrowing are generally below those asked for by other financial organisations, interest paid to savers depends upon the individual Credit Union. Each Credit Union has its own set of priorities, are responsible lenders and are based around a community. They operate in a similar fashion to ‘Friendly Societies’. Some lend for small business projects others with less money to lend might not. If you wish to save or borrow then contact the relevant Credit Union who will do their best to help you. Regular saving with a Credit Union will help society in general as the Credit Union will have more resources to help others who struggle to make ends meet.
Click the £ to go to the Credit Union Finder site
FOODBANK The Parish of Wigmore Abbey collects gifts for the Leominster Community Larder. There are collection points in Leintwardine and Brampton Bryan Churches. Gifts of money can be made by bank transfer please contact Paul Scott on 01568 615223 for details.