Brixham Does Care

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Welcome to the Brixham Does Care page

BDC is a befriending charity which attempts to combact loneliness, isolation and despair.

OUR AIMS ARE To support, and be supported by, the local community. To enhance: Their quality of life, education, health and social welfare; The independence of vulnerable people; Befriending support to all those in need.

OUR OBJECTIVES - To provide: a source of solace and encouragement to those whose lives are impaired by loneliness, ill health or the threat of dispair; Moral support and advice through periods of crisis; The opportunity to make friends and feel valued; A visiting service to support people in their own homes.  

"Would you tell me please, which way I ought to go from here?"  

"That depends a good deal on where you want to get to," said the cat  

"I dont much care where," said Alice 

"Then it doesn't matter which way you go," said the cat.  

For more information contact us or visit our website at

 

www.brixhamdoescare.org.uk   

Brixham Does Care serves the people of Brixham and surrounding communities

  
Contact Details
Victor
Ellery
Director
Brixham Does Care
Old Town Hall
New Road
BRIXHAM
TQ5 8LZ
Email: 
brixhamdoescare@yahoo.co.uk
Telephone: 
01803 857727
Web address: 
www.brixhamdoescare.org.uk
Charity Number: 
285847
Main Activities: 
Our Brixham Town Hall Office open weekdays 10 am - 4 pm plus a visiting service making some 270 visits each month to people in their own homes. Community Room and cafe for companionship and low cost refreshment - Groups and Activities including Art, Handicraft, Bingo, Ladies Group, Discussion Group, Mens Group, Self Help Group, Gardening, Walking etc. Befriending Support, Benefits Information, Confidential Counselling, Coach outings, Advocacy, Lunch club, Books on wheels, Jig-saw library, Volunteer Drivers and the use of our mini-bus. BDC is a befriending charity which attempts to combact loneliness, isolation and despair. OUR AIMS ARE To support, and be supported by, the local community. To enhance: Their quality of life, education, health and social welfare; The independence of vulnerable people; Befriending support to all those in need. OUR OBJECTIVES - To provide: a source of solace and encouragement to those whose lives are impaired by loneliness, ill health or the threat of dispair; Moral support and advice through periods of crisis; The opportunity to make friends and feel valued; A visiting service to support people in their own homes.