Meals 2 U Ltd. – Telephone: 07900 433819
OakHouse Foods – Telephone: 01756 796336
Wiltshire Farm Foods – Telephone: 01423 339666
For more information about food banks in York, please visit https://york.foodbank.org.uk/
To contact, please telephone: 07871 610894 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Net Neighbours is an Age UK service that helps older people with their shopping. The staff member or volunteer will order food and other household goods from local supermarkets via the internet and arrange for it to be delivered to the older person's house at a suitable time.
Telephone: 01904 726191
Age UK York also offer other shopping services such as :
Offer supported shopping services for Haxby/Wigginton residents in the Haxby/Wigginton area.
Telephone: 01904 750266
Telephone: 0800 328 1700, Mon – Sun - 8am-11pm
Telephone: 0345 322 0000
Telephone: 0800 323 4040, Mon – Sat - 7am – 11pm
Telephone: 0330 123 4040, Sun - 10am – 10pm
Telephone: 0800 188 884
Telephone: 01904 628107
Telephone: 0800 328 0800
Help you at home - Age UK York offers several services to help people to live independent lives in their homes. We can provide regular care at home, a cleaning and general house care service and a shopping service.
Telephone: 01904 866142
Age UK Home Services Directory offers a list of traders vetted by City of York Trading Standards and Age UK York to protect householders from bogus traders. Further details and services are also available within the home services directory.
Telephone: 01904 627995
Gardening services can be found in the Age UK Home Services Directory.
Telephone: 01904 627995
Age UK York offers a “ Keep Your Pet” service. This service provides short-term assistance for domestic pet owners who are older or vulnerable and living in the York and Selby areas at times of ill health or other emergencies.
Telephone: 01736 757900
The Cinnamon Trust offer dog walking services for those over 65 or are teminaly ill.
Telephone: 0800 083 4322
The Dogs Trust Freedom Project is a dog fostering service for those people who are fleeing domestic abuse and who are unable to take their dog into a refuge. The Dogs Trust place dogs with volunteer foster carers for up to 6 months until their owners have been rehoused.
Last reviewed: 03/10/2019
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