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Healthwatch Cheshire East

Age UK Cheshire delivers Healthwatch in Cheshire East, providing a voice for the residents of East Cheshire to help shape local health and social care services.

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Healthwatch Cheshire West

Age UK Cheshire delivers Healthwatch in Cheshire West, providing a voice for the residents of Cheshire West and Chester to help shape local health and social care services.

http://www.healthwatchcwac.org.uk/

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Information and Advice

Age UK Cheshire’s Information and Advice service provides a high quality and professional service to all older people in Cheshire, their Family, Friends or Carers

News and Campaigns

  • New shop opens in Holmes Chapel

    Age UK Cheshire has opened a new shop in the heart of Holmes Chapel. Located at 34 London Road, in the middle of this picturesque market town. Age UK Cheshire now has six shops to help older people in communities across Cheshire.

    So why not pop along to one of our shops and bag your bargain or drop off your unwanted items, and support your local provider of service to the older community.

    All our shops are open all day Monday to Saturday, and our shops in Frodsham and Nantwich are now also open on Sunday. Full details of our locations and opening hours can be found at; http://bit.ly/1PUhrhw

  • Campaign for Warm Homes

    Each winter, one older person dies every seven minutes from the cold weather. Many of these deaths could be prevented if everyone lived in a warm home.

    The Government's flagship energy efficiency programmes, the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) and the now closed Green Deal, have not gone nearly far enough to help older people in Cheshire keep warm in their homes.

    That's why Age UK Cheshire is calling on the Government to reform its energy efficiency programmes to enable all older people to live in a warm home.

    Such an approach would not only improve older people's health and wellbeing and save lives; it would also bring down consumer bills and lift hundreds of thousands out of fuel poverty

  • Age UK Cheshire Takes The Fight Against Winter to Rural Communities

    Age UK Cheshire is taking the fight to keep older people warm this winter to the more isolated, rural towns and villages of the county.

    Using a special mobile unit, we will be touring the county from early January to March, to raise awareness of the issues surrounding the difficulty many older people face during the winter months, providing information and advice, and also practical help, handing out winter warmth items, including clothing and blankets.

    We know that many older people in Cheshire face the prospect of not being warm enough, and we are determined to help them enjoy their life as much during the winter months as the rest of the year. We will be concentrating on giving older people in these communities information and advice and practical help in the form of winter warmth items.

    The Age UK Cheshire mobile unit will start its tour in January, and the full itinerary will be on the website, or by calling 01606 881660.

    If you would more information, or would like the Age UK Cheshire bus to visit your village, please contact Nicola Hill on 01606 884447 or at; nicola.hill@ageukcheshire.org.uk.

     

  • Leave Age UK Cheshire a legacy: a gift in your will help us be here, day after day

    No-one should spend later life feeling vulnerable and alone. Age UK Cheshire make sure older people aren't forgotten or left to struggle on their own. We are here to listen, support, advise and help people feel independent and secure in their own homes. If this is something you believe is important, you may feel you would like to leave a gift or legacy to us. For further information that may help you make this choice click above.

 

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Age UK Cheshire has achieved the Organisational Quality Standards (OQS) for local Age UKs in England. The OQS are assessed externally and endorsed by the Charity Commission.