Horsell Care

Helpline: (01483) 730740   Mon-Fri: 10am-12 noon
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Offers

Services Offered:
Shopping
Visits to the surgery
Visits to the hospital
Collecting prescriptions
Friendly visits
Filling in forms
Dog walking
Help with minor domestic emergencies
Information on other local services

 

Who Can Use Horsell Care?
Residents of Horsell, who through age,
disability or temporary mobility
problems due to illness, need help.
Requests come from the clients
themselves, friends or relatives.

How Does it Work?
Just ring the Helpline
and leave your message.
The duty volunteer will phone you back
to make the necessary arrangements.

 

Who Are The Volunteers?
Members of the Horsell community
with an hour or two to spare, at
their convenience.

Is Every Request Satisfied?
We may have to say 'sorry' occasionally,
but we will do our best to recommend
another source of help.
Advice is always at hand.

 

How Are Costs Met?
Donations toward petrol and running
costs are most welcome.
For longer journeys outside Woking
a charge will be suggested.

Horsell Care 2000
is grateful for support from:

Horsell Evangelical Church
St. Mary's Parish Church
South Eastern Co-op.
Surrey Voluntary Service Council
Trinity Methodist Church
Woking Borough Council
Woking District Rotary Club
Woking Lions Club
Woking Round Table
Woking Rotary Club

 

How Can I Become A Volunteer?
Ring the helpline, and the
duty volunteer will give you
the number of the
volunteer co-ordinator who will
talk to you in more detail.

 

WE AIM TO FILL GAPS IN EXISTING SERVICES, NOT REPLACE THEM

If You Need Help, Phone The Helpline: (01483) 730740