Age UK Cheshire is spreading the warmth

Snow angels deliver goods to Chester homes

Age UK volunteers Stephanie Forshaw and Angela Parry

Age UK Cheshire has once again spread winter warmth to homes in Chester with the delivery of goods through donations from the Duke of Westminster as part of the Keeping Well in West Cheshire Campaign.

Almost 200 individual winter warmth packs, each containing a cold alarm, a fleece blanket, thermal socks, thermal gloves, soup, mug and a hot water bottle, together with information about how to keep warm and well in winter, were distributed via Snow Angels to older people. Age UK Cheshire also distributed packs via its Supporting You service.

Ken Clemens, CEO of Age UK Cheshire, commented: “Winter can be especially hard for many older people, so we hope that the gift through Age UK Cheshire might help some of the most vulnerable people keep warm this winter.”

For more information about the ‘Keeping Well in West Cheshire’ campaign or to request a booklet containing tips and advice on how to prepare for the cold weather, please contact us on 01606 881660. If you live in Upton and would like some support from the Snow Angels project which provides a range of services including gritting paths, shopping, picking up prescriptions and be-friending please call 01606 813348.

Age UK Cheshire improves later life by providing  life enhancing services and support, and by campaigning to create positive change.

 

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