The number in brackets next to each category is the number of different entries listed when you click on it. Given the very tricky and fluid circumstances with Covid-19 we are adding updated content all the time.
The Directory is a mixture of local support and information (which we are hoping to add to as easing of Covid restrictions allows) alongside some broader, UK-wide content as well.
If you know of any virtual health-related events coming up in Nantwich & Rural Care Community please do send the details in to us through the Contact Us page and we will include them.
For example, financial worries can affect your health and wellbeing. Starting on Tuesday 16th March, there is a local, free course to help you manage your money better and learn to budget, save and spend well:
16.03.21 CAP Money Pig course
St Mary’s Church in Nantwich has been running the CAP Money Course, in partnership with Christians Against Poverty (CAP), for the last three years. Michael Pettman, local CAP Money Coach said: “The past few months have been very challenging for all of us. One concern is not really knowing what the outcome will be as we come out of the lockdown.”
The online course will be delivered using video conferencing systems. To find out more and book a place please email email@example.com
Nantwich Food Bank is hosting a Spring DROP AND GO event on Saturday 27th March at Brine Leas School:
Spring Drop Off and Go pdf
Please see details below of a new Youth Group with dates throughout March to join in:
Another way to track fully up-to-date local health news and services is in the fantastic monthly Community Newsletter. It is packed full of AMAZING local initiatives and information!!
(Thank you to Deb Lindop, Community Development Officer)
Hover your cursor to turn the pages at the bottom left corner…February Community newsletter
Please click on the links below for past Newsletters:
For full ChatHealth service details please visit the ChatHealth page. The poster competition deadline has been extended to Friday 5th March.Poster-Competition-Brief
If you’ve had a cough for three weeks and it isn’t COVID-19, it could be a sign of cancer. It’s probably nothing serious but, if it is cancer, then finding it early makes it more treatable. Your NHS is here to see you, safely. Please contact your GP practice.
Please see this 30-second video as a guide to when to use NHS 111
Please remain as careful as ever with Covid in this third national lockdown: