Details can be found here for 8th November at the Parish Church
Lewis Fetto and John Beck Trust – New Trustees Needed – We have 2 vacancies for members of the Parishes of Waddesdon, Woodham and Westcott.
The Trust was set up for the poor of the parishes Waddesdon, Woodham and Westcott between the ages of 16-21 in support of their education.
The Board of Trustees meets 3 times a year September, January and May and approves grants of up to a maximum of £250.
If you can give a few hours each meeting, and would be interested in applying please contact the Clerk Jane Perks; via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Full guidance and support given.
The last few months have taken their toll on us all and many people have suffered more with feelings of stress, anxiety, low mood or maybe even more acute mental health symptoms. Please don’t suffer in silence. There’s a special helpline available 24/7 across Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire, so please do use these numbers if you want to speak to someone about how you’re feeling.
Adults: 0800 783 0119 or 01865 904 997
Children and young people: 0800 783 0121 or 01865 904 998
There’s also additional help available on the Healthy Minds Bucks website.
With help from a local resident, we now have an Alexa skill available to download for free from the Amazon website.
Listen to regular updates from Waddesdon Parish Council through your Alexa device or Alexa app. You can just say “Alexa, what’s my flash briefing” to listen to these updates. You can say “Alexa, stop” to exit anytime.
Animal Antiks Outreach Project is for you if
• You are a man who enjoys the countryside and outdoors or you care for someone who does
• You’d like some activities to pass the time
• You are feeling the effects of lockdown and would appreciate some support
For more information click here
The Buckinghamshire Council Community Safety team have been conducting an ongoing domestic abuse campaign during lockdown for those feeling isolated or trapped at home with potential perpetrators, reassuring them they can still access help from local support services and family/friends.
You can follow their Twitter account – Bucks_Safety – to find information around this campaign.