Coronavirus - grants to community centres

Telford & Wrekin Council’s Cabinet has approved £50,000 in grants for a number of community centres to help deliver vital supplies and services during the coronavirus crisis.

Coronavirus - grants to community centres

The centres and their staff and volunteers will be used to support Telford & Wrekin Council deliver its emergency community response to our most vulnerable residents who are over the age of 70 and who do not have close friends or family nearby to support them.

The funding will allow the centres to help the Council provide services such as safe and well checks, food deliveries and collecting prescriptions. 

Any resident, particularly the more vulnerable members of our communities, who is in urgent need of assistance can request help online. Anyone who isn’t online, can call 01952 382030

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