Hemingford Hub's key volunteers have stepped up.
The Hemingford Hub has more than 140 volunteers helping in excess of 260 residents across the villages of Hemingford Grey and Hemingford Abbots.
The hub would like to recognise three very active volunteers for their dedication:
Camille Altman (or Cammy), collects and delivers prescriptions. She has been shopping for nine households and picking up over 150... Read More »
Posted: Sun, 07 Jun 2020 09:09 by Kim Loader
In these challenging times, never has it been more important to support our community. The Hemingford Hub Good Neighbour scheme is run by local people for residents in the Hemingfords, especially the elderly and house-bound. We can collect and deliver essential groceries and medicines.
When things have calmed down, we can help with the little tasks that once were so easy, but now are too difficult.... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 18 Mar 2020 09:14 by Kim Loader
The newly-formed Hemingford Hub is moving towards creating a 'dementia friendly' village. The Memory Lane and Friendship group is a singing and reminiscing initiative for Hemingford's residents suffering from dementia, the elderly or anyone who would simply like to get out of their house for a little company once a month.
The group will start each session with some communal singing of popular songs... Read More »
Posted: Sun, 08 Sep 2019 10:53 by Kim Loader
A new initiative to build a stronger community in the Hemingfords has hit its befriending scheme target after just a few days.
Hemingford Hub's Good Neighbour scheme had hoped to attract 20 helpers by the end of the year, but 16 signed up at the launch meeting in Hemingford Grey's Reading Room, and another nine have offered to help since.
"The response from both villages has been tremendous," said chairman... Read More »
Posted: Sun, 08 Sep 2019 10:34 by Kim Loader
How you can help your community
Hemingford Hub is a new community iniative run by local people, offering support and friendship for the elderly, struggling parents, those with disabilities and anyone wanting a little company.
You can help us. We need befrienders to visit those wew ant to help. We'd like to hear from people with a bit of spare time and a range of backgrounds and interests. Age isn't important.... Read More »
Posted: Sat, 17 Aug 2019 11:13 by Kim Loader