Queen Edith's Community Forum

Happy To Help: How to ask for help from our volunteers

The Queen Edith’s Community Forum, in association with the parish churches of St John’s and St James, now has a team of volunteers across the area who can help with collecting prescriptions, getting shopping, walking your dog, posting mail, providing IT advice or even just calling on the phone for a friendly chat.

If you need some help, call us and leave a message:

01223 641 012

Please do not use this line for emergencies, for medical advice or information, or for support services provided by our local councils.

This service is aimed at residents of the Queen Edith’s area of Cambridge (broadly the area anywhere south of Cherry Hinton Road). If you require help in other areas, please try the equivalent schemes there:
Cherry Hinton • Coleridge (the area north of Queen Edith’s) • Trumpington

We are also happy to accept new volunteers to service requests that we receive!

Please publicise our service by downloading our print-at-home leaflets or A4 posters or A3 (2 x A4) posters and distributing them locally.

Also available as part of the “Happy To Help” initiative

The Queen Edith’s Community Food Hub
The free daily news email from Queen Edith’s magazine

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