OUR VISION AND
OBJECTIVES

To involve the local community in fully managing and assisting with the economic and community regeneration of our own inner-city area of Plymouth.

OUR VISION AND
OBJECTIVES

To help bring real life style improvements in the form of jobs, health, wealth and business opportunities, to benefit people from our inner-city area.

OUR VISION AND
OBJECTIVES

To become largely self-sufficient, reducing grant dependency by sustaining our community activities through our own trading, generating surplus from managing the assets developed from capital funding and recycling this money to help to provide services for local people.

OUR VISION AND
OBJECTIVES

To provide services for local people.

OUR VISION AND
OBJECTIVES

To provide services for local people.

 

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We are Hiring!

Would you like to be part of an exciting community health programme in Plymouth?

This is an exciting opportunity for someone who has experience or understanding of the landscape of social prescribing and personalised care, and an interest in the innovative changes currently taking place in the arena of health and social care nationally.

We are looking for a motivated and dynamic Service Manager with experience of delivering client focused services. 

To view this vacany, please click here.

 

 

Plymouth Together Website Link

 

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https://plymouthtogether.co.uk/

 

 

Plymouth Together Fund: Donate now to help Keyham recovery

 

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https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/wolseley-trust?utm_term=zxNVK2nJY

The Wolseley Trust will be supporting communities in Keyham by overseeing the Plymouth Together Fund, helping to coordinate and distribute all the fundraising that has been raised to support the families and communities impacted by the tragedy last week.

On Thursday 12 August 2021, Maxine Davison, Stephen Washington and Kate Shepherd, were killed in Keyham, along with father and daughter Lee Martyn, and Sophie Martyn aged three.

As the community tries to rebuild and restore, the City has been touched by the outpouring of love and kindness that has been seen across the country.

Thousands of pounds has already been donated to various charities, groups and organisations to help support the communities impacted by the tragedy and help them rebuild and restore.

To help co-ordinate the fundraising, and ensure that funding is collected safely and distributed to those who need it, the Wolseley Trust will be the co-ordinating ‘hub’ for the collections.

The Wolseley Trust is local organisation that aim to help support community regeneration in Plymouth.

The Trust will be working with the Keyham community, including the Neighbourhood Watch group, and others, to collate all the fundraising that has been raised and place into a new ‘Plymouth Together Fund’. Working arm-in-arm with the community, they will then distribute the funding to the families of the victims and also to other local projects, groups and activities that support the recovery of the area.

Over the next few days, those interested in fundraising to help Keyham will be invited to attend a virtual meeting to discuss how they can help raise money for the new Plymouth Together Fund. If you are interested in attending, please email: PlymouthTogether@plymouth.gov.uk

Kevin Sproston, Chair of Keyham Neighbourhood Watch, said:

“It has been outstanding how many people have donated money to help our community. We will work with the Wolseley Trust to make sure that all the money donated goes directly to the local community impacted by this tragedy and to the families.

“Thank you to everyone in Plymouth and beyond that have shown that despite the dark days that lie ahead, we have support from so many people.”

 


 

 

COVID-19 Services Update

Now more than ever the Wolseley Trust is drawing on its network of resources and partners across Plymouth to reach and support our communities, businesses and service users.

All our communities are at the heart of what we do. Please contact our teams to find out how we can help.

Please click the links below for advice/guidance and more link on COVID-19/Coronavirus

www.gov.uk/coronavirus

https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/coronavirus-covid-19-list-of-guidance

www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

 

 

 

 The Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre Wellbeing Hub

 

In line with the Governments roadmap, the Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre is now open to the public.

Our Wellbeing Hub Coordinator Nicki will be availble on email nickichinnock@wolseley-trust.org or by phone 07305 052575 or 01752 203670.

We are here to help and support you, so please come to our centre or get in touch with our team by phone or email.

 

Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre Risk Assessment

 

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Our Wolseley Community

The Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre is now open to the public, but we can still offer support online and on the phone to help those in our community who may feel vulnerable and isolated. 

If you are a local resident who is alone, isolated or struggling with mental health then please get in touch to find out how we can help support you and link you to our network of services and online sessions.

Contact nickichinnock@wolseley-trust.org or call 07305 052575 or 01752 203670

 Click here to visit our Facebook Page

 

 

  Our Business Community

Throughtout the pandemic, we have continued to support our business community on their roadmap to economic recovery and beyond.

 We work closely with our colleagues from Plymouth City Council Economic Development Hub, our Membership body and professional services to provide business advice and support on schemes and grants currently available.

Our Business Manager, Sharon Wood has been curating and disseminating advice and guidance to our 40 small businesses, charities and not for profit tenants.

Please connect with us:

Contact sharonwood@wolseley-trust.org or call 01752 203670

 

 

Our Health Community

We are very proud to be a partner in the Plymouth City Council Caring For Plymouth Support Hub. Caring for Plymouth, is an alliance between the Council, Livewell Southwest and a number of Voluntary and Community Sector organisations such as ourselves and aims to provide emergency support and guidance to the most vulnerable within our communities. 

Our Social Prescribing team is continuing to work closely with our colleagues in primary Care and taking referrals from 33 GP practices across Plymouth to support people that are most vulnerable at this time.  For more information, please contact the team on 01752 203673 or click here.

The Healthy Futures Counselling Service is still operating and providing free one to one counselling support to people living in our area of benefit.  For more information, please click here.

 

Caring for Plymouth

Our Healthy Living Centre and Wellbeing Hub Partners

Please see websites below for updates and to find out how these services can be accessed.

Wolseley Trust Counselling Service - Please click here

Elder Tree - https://eldertreeplymouth.co.uk/  

Alcoholics Anonymous - www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

Miranda City Fitness (Supertone Exercise Sessions) - www.mirandacityfitness.com

Credit Union - https://cpcu.co.uk/

One Stop Advocacy - http://www.onestopadvocacy.com/

Stop Smoking Support - https://www.livewellsouthwest.co.uk/

Eat That Frog - https://eatthatfrog.ac.uk/

Colebrook South West, Headspace - https://www.colebrooksw.org/head-space/

Useful Links and Numbers:

Caring for Plymouth : https://www.plymouth.gov.uk/coronaviruscovid19information/caringplymouth

Plymouth PIE club: https://www.facebook.com/Plymouth-PIE-club-103320671307676/

Plymouth Online Directory: https://www.plymouthonlinedirectory.com/ 

NHS Volunteer Responders - call 0808 196 3646

 

 

 

THE VISION

  • To involve the local community in fully managing and assisting with the economic and community regeneration of our own inner-city area of Plymouth

  • To help bring real life style improvements in the form of jobs, health, wealth and business opportunities, to benefit people from our inner-city area

  • To become largely self-sufficient, reducing grant dependency by sustaining our community activities through our own trading- generating surplus from managing the assets developed from capital funding and recycling this money to help

  • To provide services for local people.

Both parts of our business are important to us and we strive to be the best possible practitioner in both aspects:

OUR TRADING       

Developing and managing business and industrial premises as well as providing meeting room and community facility hire to provide a sustainable income

INTEGRATING OUR BUSINESS ACTIVITIES TO SUBSIDISE…………

OUR COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES 

Helping people and organisations from our area providing services from our Wolseley Community Resource Building and Jan Cutting Healthy Living Centre plus community infrastructure support by way of finance, advice and support.


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