Eolas – a group set up to enable carers can meet each other socially and enjoy a cuppa together. Please let us know if you require alternative care to enable you to attend and we will do our best to provide this for you (at no cost to the carer) – Just call the… Read more »
Paul Finnegan and Colin S Macleod will swim the 15 mile Little Minch from Waternish Point, Skye to Rodel, Harris. It is hoped, weather permitting, that the sponsored swim will take place on 2nd June 2018. Paul’s chosen charity is Western Isles Community Care Forum and Colin’s charity is Cancer Research UK. If you wish… Read more »
Eolas – a group set up to enable carers can meet each other socially over afternoon tea, will meet in 2018 on the following dates: January – 9th Castlebay Hotel, 16th Borve House Hotel, 17th Crown Hotel, 18th Harris Hotel, 22nd Stepping Stones Restaurant 2.30pm to 4pm March – 19th Stepping Stones Restaurant, 20th… Read more »
In order to celebrate Carers Week 2017, WICCF will host various events around the Western Isles on behalf of Carers Information Strategy Group. 12th June 2017 – A lunch at Lewis Retirement Centre, Stornoway with a talk on Power of Attorney and musical entertainment. 13th June 2017 – A lunch at Stepping Stones Restaurant, Benbecula… Read more »
The Annual General Meeting of Western Isles Community Care Forum will take place on Tuesday 15th November 2016. The venue will be the Marriage Room, Council Offices, Tarbert, Isle of Harris and will take place at 12 noon. All welcome to attend.
Nobody should be hungry, cold or on their own – call in at The Salvation Army. Tuesday/Thursday/Friday they offer cooked lunches or breakfast to eat in and bread/cakes/vegetables to take away. They can also provide food parcels, blankets and hot water bottles here are the findings. 59 Bayhead Street, Stornoway, Isle of Lewis 01851 703875
We would like to thank Tesco, Stornoway, for allowing us to do a bag packing in their store on Saturday 10th September. We would also like to thank the volunteers who willing gave up their time to help. A big thank you to members of the public who generously donated on the day and raised … Read more »