Guide East Devon parishes: villages and rural areas

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4. Axmouth

Axmouth Parish Council

The Parish Council published a leaflet which was delivered to all households earlier in the year, this gives community contact information as well as useful advice. In addition there is the Axmouth Community Facebook page.

Community Waffle House

The Community Waffle House in Axminster are helping co-ordinate a 'Phone Waffling Service' for local residents that are lonely or isolated to make sure that no-one goes without regular human interaction at this time. They are also running a community online Zoom meeting for those that they normally work with at Waffle and could potentially offer this out to more if needed. They're also working with tech professionals and volunteers to help provide digital support to people. They can offer this phone / online service to residents of: All Saints, Axminster, Axmouth, Beer, Branscombe, Colyford, Colyton, Dalwood, Hawkchurch, Kilmington, Membury, Nether Exe, Shute, Southleigh, Stockland and Uplyme.

For more information email: matt@waffle.org.uk or call 07380 668228.

Project Food

Project Food (previously known as HALFF), are offering:

  • Free homemade ready meals to people in need, made in their kitchens at Axminster Hospital and free fruit or veg boxes.
  • Dietary and nutritional advice.
  • Online cooking sessions, particularly for people isolated at home.
  • Delivery service of fresh fruit, veg and milk. People can phone and place the order over the phone for delivery to their door. Payment by cash or BACS.

Call them on 01297 631782. They can currently offer this support in; All Saints, Axminster, Axmouth, Beer, Branscombe, Chardstock, Colyford, Colyton, Combpyne Rousdon, Dalwood, Hawkchurch, Honiton, Kilmington, Membury, Musbury, Offwell, Ottery St Mary, Seaton, Shute, Sidbury, Sidford, Sidmouth, Uplyme, West Hill.

If you're struggling to afford food or other essentials

Please see our Financial Hardship Fund page for further details on financial help that may be available to you if you are struggling to afford food or other essentials, and how to apply.

Help available includes access to emergency short term support through shopping vouchers, food bank referrals, utility top ups, paying for essential travel needs or essential advice and support services.

 

Disclaimer: Please note we have not carried out safeguarding checks on any of these community / voluntary groups.  

This information is a work in progress and is going to be updated as it changes or new information is received. If you’re aware of anything that needs updating, adding or changing please email covid.community@eastdevon.gov.uk