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Help Groups

Here is a list of local and national help groups. 

For overall government news and information about Covid 19, please go to https://www.gov.uk/search/news-and-communications

Suffolk Community Directory for information on a vast range of support groups and local information


Universal Credit: https://www.gov.uk/universal-credit



Money Worries:

https://www.turn2us.org.uk/ An organization to help with poverty in the UK

https://www.leistoncab.org/ Citizens Advice based in Leiston. Click link for information on phone numbers, etc.

Prescription and Food deliveries:

Framlingham Hour Community: Telephone: 01728 440511

Suffolk Meals on Wheels (Aspect Living) : 01473 749927 or email: enquiries@aspectliving.org.uk

Those with anxiety/worries and personal concerns:

Rev. Martin Percival from Dennington St Mary's Church

Framlingham Worry Tree: Telephone: 01728 440533

Domestic Violence and Abusehttps://www.leewaysupport.org/

NSFT First response: Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust has launched their First Response helpline. The helpline is staffed by trained mental health professionals who will be able to listen to concerns and help people get the support they need. This is a 24/7 helpline. Call 111 or visit their webpage: https://www.nsft.nhs.uk/first-response/

Suffolk Family Support Office: Offer a telephone service to any families who are struggling with the social isolation: 07920 088660 / 07880 149865

Suffolk based: Parents and Carers Together PACT – www.parentsandcarerstogether.co.uk

Find help with childhood bereavement: http://www.childhoodbereavementnetwork.org.uk

Educational Resources:

Special Needs in Suffolk: https://suffolksendiass.co.uk/

Learnyay: for Adult Education: https://www.learnyay.co.uk/  How to find places for additional qualifications.

The Parish Council has no direct connection with any of the above organisations or groups.