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Bramham villagers given Christmas to remember thanks to community effort

Bramham villagers given Christmas to remember thanks to community effort

Many isolated, older people in Bramham dined in style this Christmas, thanks to a massive community effort by villagers. Kind-hearted volunteers and generous contributors combined to stage the festive village hall lunch for older people who would otherwise have spent Christmas Day alone. A further 40 hampers were hand delivered to people in the community…

Figures highlight staggering strength behind social support return

Figures highlight staggering strength behind social support return

Wetherby in Support of the Elderly’s (WiSE) has unveiled the staggering statistics behind the restoration of its best loved activities- helping to cut social isolation after almost two years of lockdowns and shielding. The figures include 900 coffees, 768 cups of tea and 432 scones served to 1,629 visitors to the charity’s popular WiSE Owl…

activities

Our Activities Activities Timetable For a full list of our activities, visit https://w-ise.org.uk/calendar/ Monthly activities list Click on the pdf to view our full activities list for January. If you would like to receive a printed copy of our activities schedule each month,please contact activities@w-ise.org.uk with your contact details. WiSE Owl Café Open every Tuesday,…

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ABOUT US Where We Work What We Do We offer services to improve the quality of life for over 60s in Wetherby and surrounding villages. We were founded in 2003 and are a registered charity organisation, part funded by Leeds City Council. Our services include: Our social activities include: Our Vision WiSE aims to enable…

Survey Form

Survey Form The Big WiSE Consultation – what do you want to see? Your chance to have your say on services for peoplein Wetherby and its surrounding villages What’s it all about? We’re proud of the part we play in supporting older people in Wetherby and its surrounding villages.During the pandemic, we stepped up to…

WiSE’s newest staff member launches volunteer plea

WiSE’s newest staff member launches volunteer plea

Wetherby in Support of the Elderly’s (WiSE) newest team member wants to supercharge its support for older people by boosting volunteer numbers and extending services to new areas. Catherine O’Rourke has launched her volunteering campaign after joining WiSE as its new volunteer coordinator. She hopes an increase in helpers in everything from befriending to transport…

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