Sid Valley Help is a local charity that provides information on health and social care support services in the Sid Valley - click on the Information button or contact us.
Phone: 01395 892 011
Text: 07378 964521
Update 6 April 2021
Sid Valley Help We are continuing to support over 30 vulnerable households and we will endeavour to meet new requests for shopping or telephone befriending. For information on local health and social care services and organisations and businesses providing delivery services see this website or call our helpline: 01395 892 011
Sidmouth Hospice at Home We provide tailored care and support for people in the Sid Valley diagnosed as palliative, and their carers and families; we commission and fund specialist nursing and hospice beds. Our Volunteers provide support by driving (e.g. medical appointments and shopping), befriending, and in bereavement. We organise and signpost to wider support as required.
The Information Centre at 48 High Street is currently closed but will re-open soon and the opening hours will be 10 am to 2 pm Monday to Friday.
Sidmouth Voluntary Services Preparation and delivery of pre-booked lunches is continuing as is patient transport. The café is currently closed but we hope to re-open in July. There are no group activities or events. Phone: 01395 515 063 or for transport 01395 512 221 (mornings). website:
Sid Valley Food Bank The Food Bank is continuing to supply client families. Phone 07936 917507 website:
Save Food Hub - for information see the website:
Oasis Safe Cafe - we plan to re-open on Wednesday 19 May and then every Wednesday. The Facebook page is HERE
Headlight in Sidmouth
Headlight is a mental health support project for 13-24 year olds in Sidmouth. The well-established service managed by local charity Action East Devon has been working in Axminster and Ottery St Mary for some time. Funding to work in Sidmouth was secured from Sid Valley Help and their many supporters.
Ben Feasey, Headlight Manager said “We are currently offering a mixture of virtual and face to face work support to young people in Sidmouth. We have been working closely with colleagues at the Sidmouth Youth Centre to make sure we can use the venue for group sessions and individual support meetings in a safe way."
If you would like more information about Headlight please contact Ben Feasey on . AED are now taking referrals via the online form on the website
DeVA Funding News bulletin - January 2021
Devon Voluntary Action is a Devon based CVS partnership. It produces a useful Funding News bulletin that lists funding opportunities for charities and voluntary groups. The January 2021 bulletin can be downloaded HERE.
Older news items
Older news items that were posted on this page more than a week ago have been copied to another page and can be found HERE