for your diary
Could we please remind everyone to give us a week's notice of
their intention to come to the meal.
a lunch is booked by a member and they do not turn up without
canceling at least 24 hours prior, they will receive a bill for
the full amount of the lunch.
This is necessary as there have been as many as eight people book
and not attend. The branch have to pay for those meals . . . .
Eight meals at eleven pounds each =
EIGHTY EIGHT POUNDS FROM BRANCH FUNDS!
MIKE AND TERESA!
of the coordinating team are aware how important it is for members
to have a change of scenery, socialize and meet people. Both
people living with MS and their carers and people around them
are seen to enjoy the socials and gain some feel good factor
from attending. We're told that loneliness is as bad for health
as smoking fifteen cigarettes a day. That's why we consider
social activity to be important enough to warrant subsidizing
Mike and Teresa have been organizing our monthly socials for
several years now and done so most successfully. Thanks to both
of them. They now want to hand over to a new 'social organizer'.
They will arrange socials until the end of 2018 and then we
need a new volunteer to take on the role. Mike and Teresa are
willing to share the duties to enable someone new to learn what
is needed. If you feel you could enjoy the job, talk to anyone
from the committee or Mike and Teresa. There is no need to be
a committee member to carry out the duties but whoever takes
it on would be welcome to join the coordinating team. The coordinating
team would give their full
support and help to the new social organizer
The Eight Bells, Carisbrooke
Homemade chicken and
ham pie, accompanied by fresh seasonal vegetables, new potatoes
and meaty gravy.
Freshly battered cod fillet served with steak cut fries, garden
peas and homemade coleslaw.
Traditional bangers and mash served with garden peas and meaty
option from The Eight Bells menu
Homemade rich chocolate cheesecake
Homemade profiteroles with chocolate sauce
Individual homemade trifle
Cheese and biscuits
by 20 July
served with seasonal vegetables.
Steak Pie served with new potatoes and seasonal vegetables.
Cottage Pie & Seasonal vegetables.
& Mash - Served with peas and onion gravy.
in a dill sauce - Served with New potatoes & Peas.
& Butter Pudding & Custard.
The Bear Cafe
Honnor & Jeffrey Garden Centre, Lake - Menu to follow
2 Course Carvery
plus tea or coffee
3 courses plus tea/coffee.
Hot and Cold
Tea or coffee
is an extra! We don't normally have a monthly social in November!
the Espalanade access will be easy and on-road parking free of
charge at this time of the year.
The New Holmwood
- full details to follow.
telephone Mike or Teresa James
01983 407664 (Answer Machine)
week before the meal
To book your place and to let them know your choice of meals.
Please call at a reasonable time of day!
booking write your order down so that you remember what you ordered
on the day !!!!
We are holding
bowling sessions in association with the Oddfellows, we were made very
like to ask more members if they would like to attend the next session.
We enjoy two games and a drink. The Isle of Wight branch pay for people
diagnosed with MS. The cost is just £6.95 per person for carers.
It's good exercise and accessible to all.
Click the 'Super
Bowl ' logo to see some pictures and read about the sessions.
have bowling sessions booked and all are welcome to join them. Jenny will
need names though by a week beforehand to book lanes.
Jenny for more information or to book a place.
on 07976 629012
Email Jenny on email@example.com
take note of these dates we really would like to see more of you at our
lunches and events. Also if you have any ideas of things you would like
us to arrange please let us know and we will see what we can do.
People Matter Isle of Wight
Matter IW is there for any adult who defines themselves as having support
needs and carers of people who have support needs.
The Mission Statement
of People Matter IW states that Our vision is to ensure that the
people resident on the Isle of Wight are enabled to shape and direct the
support and/or services that they need to live the life they choose.
Matter website by clicking their logo above.
on Island Days out.
Matter IW have created a list of Island attractions that have consessions
for disabled people and carers.
You can view the list by clicking the days out link . It will open a
brochure in a new window.
Something that should be "Whats on" all the time, is to get
out and enjoy the beautiful Island. To make the most of what we have on
our doorsteps, I have started the ball rolling by listing some of my favorite
walks and picnic places. The list covers walks for people in wheelchairs
through to those where legs are essential. I would stress, it is just
a starter list of some walks that I enjoy.
- email me with your suggestions for special places, walks and picnics
and I'll include them on the map
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CLICK THE BAG.
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