Humber and Wolds Rural Action remains open for business, we are continuing to support our communities but in a different way, you can still contact us by email or telephone. Please visit the page dedicated to Covid19 to find out more about how the community is responding.
The resulting Community Led Plan forms a blueprint for use by Town/Parish Councils and other local bodies, as well as providing evidence for funding bids to enable the actions identified to be completed.
Mrs Surfleet a registered customer of the car scheme thanked HWRA for an excellent service and also to personally thank the driver, Terry for his help and assitance in providing transport to her medical appointment.
Stress highlighted as a main priority for East Riding residents
22nd May 2017
As part of the consultation HWERY spoke with 1156 people across the East Riding. The Residents we spoke to had to place one token into one of ten jars all of which represented different health and social care priorities. From this consultation HWERY identified the key priorities of not only the overall population but 5 different age groups. These age groups included:
16 – 25
26 – 45
46 – 65
The report provides a comprehensive breakdown of all the priorities and the priorities according to age demographic.
“This piece of work is about highlighting the needs of the public. Not only is it important that we demonstrate the priorities of the wider East Riding community, but breaking down the priorities by age group is equally important because health and social care needs differ as people transition through life. This report will allow us to inform the professional stakeholders we work with about the needs of the East Riding community” Delivery Manager, Matthew Fawcett
The priorities report will help shape the work HWERY do over the next twelve months by taking into account the themes from this piece of work.
** Do you help run a village or community hall? **
This is IMPORTANT if you do!
ACRE is responsible for writing everyday hiring agreements, licensing, working with MPs and more. Our 2009 survey helped secure £3m in funding for Village Halls and we know you need more.
If you have some spare time this weekend, please take some time to complete our National Village and Community Halls Survey.
You've only got until the 31st March and every answer will help us make sure hall trustees get the best advice and service we can give as well as the power to drive positive change.
One in 15 people will attempt suicide at some point in their lives. Anyone can suffer from suicidal thoughts but every one of us can make a difference.
FREE suicide prevention training workshops are being held in Beverley on Wednesday 11 March 2020 at Waffle 21, Colonial House, Swinemoor Lane, Beverley, HU17 0LS. Sessions will run 1.30pm-2.30pm and 3pm-4pm.