Selby District Association of Voluntary Services is a registered charity that provides support to voluntary organisations and the community. They serve the whole of Selby District from their base at Community House.
For further information please visit their website.
Selby Advice is a network of agencies and organisations from within the voluntary and community sector who work together to improve advice and information services for people in Selby District. Selby Advice aims to increase the knowledge of volunteers and staff working in member organisations, enabling people to be quickly directed to the best source of help for their particular needs. The network provides the opportunity to share resources and training, saving network members time and money.
If you would like to learn more about how your organisation could benefit from working with Selby Advice please visit their website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Parish Nurses are based at King's Church, New Lane, Selby and hold a walk in clinic every Wednesday from 9am till 12 noon. They can:
Check your weight, blood pressure, urinalysis
Signpost you for appropriate support
Do a home visit where required
Discuss your medications
Attend GP or hospital appointments with you
General health education
You can contact Anne and Alison by calling 0751837867 or email them on email@example.com. Read this leaflet to find out more about their work.
Selby School Uniform Bank aim to provide school uniforms for children in the area who need them. Find them on Facebook @Selbyuniformbank or email the firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to use the service please Contact Selby Advice who will arrange a referral. To donate please drop off at Morrisons supermarket or Classroom Clothing on Finkle Street, Selby.
Selby Community Fridge is a simple solution to wasting less and saving more. Providing free fresh food for all, they're open Mondays 12-5, Wednesdays 3-6 and Fridays 12-5 at Community House on Portholme Road. Anone can donate, collect or exchange surplus perishable food. They aim to reduce food waste and provide a space where all locals can share food, support, skills and recipes.