MacMillan’s Mobile Support Service provide a free drop-in cancer information and support service. Come and see our friendly team if you have any general queries or conerns or need help if you are affected by cancer or supporting friends or family.
Naomi House & Jacksplace hospices provide expert hospice care to more than 340 life-limited and life-threatened children young people and their extended families from Hampshire Wiltshire Dorset Berkshire West Sussex Surrey and the Isle of Wight. Our nursing care play and family support teams are experts in delivering the crucial emotional spiritual and developmental aspects of care that families need.Our emphasis on innovation clinical excellence and holistic care means we can care for children and young people with some of the most complex medical needs. When a child or young person is diagnosed with a life-limiting condition Naomi House & Jacksplace becomes their home from home.Our teams take the time to really get to know the family and fully understand their wishes. We offer them vital respite support giving them the chance to recharge their batteries and regroup in a calm fun and welcoming environment. In times of emergency Naomi House & Jacksplace is there giving families the help they need through difficult times. And at the end of a child or young person’s life we pull out all the stops to give them a peaceful and dignified end surrounded by family members. This standard of care costs money; £7 million per year to be precise. With only 10% of income coming from Government and statutory sources Naomi House & Jacksplace are reliant on the support of people like you. Thank you for your support.
A dedicated team of volunteer fundraisers foster and re-house stray and unwanted cats. If you would like to join our team foster or adopt please contact one of our volunteers on 0845 712068. Please support your local feline charity. Thank you. Reg charity 203644
Wiltshire Search and rescue (WILSAR) is a voluntary organisation providing specialist resource to emergency services to locate missing vunerable people. A missing person may be deemed vunerable and at risk from death or injury due to age physical and/or mental ability circumstances surrounding the disappearance location and/or weather conditions. Searches can be conducted in urban or rural areas and will be initiated by the Police.