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02 April 2020 Council News

Citizens Advice Contact Information

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, Citizens Advice face-to-face interaction has been suspended.

Please see the attached list of contact details and use Citizens Advice online service where possible.

All Citizens Advice staff are working tirelessly from home - help is STILL AVAILABLE.. please do not suffer in silence.

Click here to visit their website.

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    01 April 2020 Blyth Town News

    Blyth Food Bank Receive £2000 Donation

    Blyth Town Council donated £2000.00 to Blyth Food Bank to be spent on essential supplies. The Food Bank is under even more pressure to help families who would struggle to feed their children without this lifeline.

    By donating this generous sum to the Food Bank, Blyth Town Council hope that they will be able to go and buy exactly what they need to fill each box they provide.

    ASDA kindly agreed to open early to allow the Rotary Club of Blyth to shop for the Foodbank supplies, thank you to ASDA and all involved!

    We will be keeping in touch to support the Foodbank throughout this crisis.

     

    Pictured: Members of Rotary Club of Blyth, Ian Levy MP

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    01 April 2020 Council News

    Silx Employability Project - Online Courses & Support

    Silx Employability are still supporting young people online, aged 16-25 and allowing them to access online courses remotely.

    “We are continuing to do this throughout so that young people have something to strive for.

    All they would do is contact us via Silx Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or by the following contact numbers”

    Jackie: 07487535980

    Kelly: 07950502919

    We have courses in most fields from Construction Based, Retail, Health and Social Care, Childcare and Much More!

    Contact Silx for more information!


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    01 April 2020 Council News

    Blyth Town Council COVID-19 Response

    Blyth Town Council are working alongside partner agencies to help support communities and the vulnerable people in society. Our officers are working hard to direct help for those in self-isolation who may be struggling to shop for essentials, collect prescriptions or feel lonely as a result of the isolating measures in place. We are working with the NHS, Northumberland County Council, Northumbria Police and Social Services to ensure we are supporting our community in the best way possible.

    Please see the attached document to read more about:

    • - Food Bank Donation £2000
    • - Care and Residential Home Tablet Devices
    • - Local Business Directory
    • - Website Information Updates

    Please rest assured that Blyth Town Council are working tirelessly alongside partner agencies and community groups to support our Town.

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    01 April 2020 Council News

    Silx Youth Services

    Silx staff are still available to offer one-to-one support online and via social media. This is to ensure young people are supported throughout this crisis. Any young people should be aware that they can use these contact numbers to contact Silx with ANY issues they may face and support and guidance will be offered.

    Silx Youth Services:

    Young people are able to use the below contact numbers to get in touch with Silx if they have any concerns or issues.

    Jackie:   07487535980

    Kelly: 07950502919

    Newsham Youth Forum;

    Twitter: @newshamforum

    Facebook: Newshamyouth ‘Newsham and New Delaval Youth Forum

    Contact: 07748563424

     


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