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FAIRshare Credit Union

FAIRshare Credit Union is a friendly not-for-profit 'community bank' offering secure savings and affordable loans for anyone who lives or works in Shropshire.

Money advice

Unit 3 Southwater Square, Southwater Way, Telford, TF3 4JG

Telephone: 01952 200200

Email: info@fairshare.uk.com

NHS Falls Prevention Service

The Falls Therapy Service is a specialist one aiming to reduce the number of falls and fall-related injuries and is made up of physiotherapists, occupational therapists, nurse and rehabilitation technicians.

Rehabilitation

Telford

Telephone: 01743 251573

Telford & Wrekin Council

Families, carers and professionals can access comprehensive local information via this website relating to the needs of children aged 0 - 19 years old or to 24 years old for those with a disability.

Information & Advice

Telford

Telephone: 01952 385385

Email: familyconnect@telford.gov.uk

Telford & Wrekin Council

If you wish to make a referral for care and support and/or occupational therapy or if you want to report concerns of abuse, neglect or harm or you are at risk.

Help & support services

Darby House, 5th Floor B/C Wing, Lawn Central, Telford, TF3 4JA

Telephone: 01952 385385

Email: familyconnect@telford.gov.uk

Family Nurse Partnership (FNP)

The FNP is a preventive programme for young first time mothers. It offers intensive and structured home visiting, delivered by specially trained nurses (Family Nurses), from early pregnancy until the child is two.

Help & support services

0 - 19 Public Health Nursing Service, 14 Leonard Street, Oakengates, Telford, TF2 9EU

Telephone: 0333 358 3328

Email: shropcom.fnptelford@nhs.net

CareTech Community Services Limited

Residential Care Home Placement for Adults with Learning Disability.

Residential and nursing providers

New Street, St Georges, Telford, TF2 9AP

Telephone: 01952 616515

Email: faycroft.telford@caretech-uk.com

Fernlea Residential Housing

Fernlea offer residential housing, care and support for young adults with learning disabilities and who may have some degree of physical disability.

Residential and nursing providers

8 Longbow Close, Longbow Professional Centre, Shrewsbury, SY1 3AS

Telephone: 01743 465299

Email: admin@adelphicareservices.co.uk

Gov.UK

Find full or part-time jobs in England, Scotland and Wales. Use the ‘Find a job’ service to search and apply for jobs.

Business support

Telford

Gov.UK

Find out what you need to do to become an apprentice, what careers are available and which employers are offering them.

Business support

Telford

FirstStop

FirstStop Advice is an independent and free service.

Charities

Telford

Telephone: 0800 3777070

Email: info@firststopadvice.org.uk

FIT4ALL

Falls prevention classes designed to improve muscular strength, flexibility, coordination and balance which in turn will help improve your mobility and maintain your independence.

Rehabilitation

Telford, TF4 2LF

Telephone: 07456 505 553

Email: j.bailey@fit4alljb.co.uk

Flame Lily Care

The Flame lily is a domiciliary care agency providing care services to people in their own homes.

Care & support at home

Telford

Telephone: 01902 583895

Email: bookings@theflamelily.co.uk

Alzheimer's Society

If you have a diagnosis of Dementia, our Focus on Dementia group meets monthly to discuss topics and influence change for dementia.

Help & support services

The Glebe Centre, Glebe Street, Wellington, TF1 1JP

Telephone: 01952 250392

Email: shropshire@alzheimers.org.uk

Forced Marriage Unit (FMU)

The FMU operates a public helpline to provide advice and support to victims of forced marriage as well as to professionals dealing with cases.

Helplines

Telford

Telephone: 0207 008 0151

Email: fmu@fco.gov.uk

Ford Martial Arts

Kickboxing, Sport Karate, Self-Defence and Xtreme Martial Arts Classes for men, women and children of all abilities.

Leisure & Culture

Ford Martial Arts, Burton Borough school, Audley Avenue, Newport, Shropshire, TF10 7DS

Telephone: 07792 533121

Email: pete@fordmartialarts.co.uk

Forward Mission

We provide day time activities for people with substance misuse or mental health issues living in the Telford Community.

Community groups

76-83 Severn Walk, Sutton Hill, Telford, TF7 4AS

Telephone: 01952 680026

Email: forward.mission@telfordmind.co.uk

FRANK

National drugs helpline for users and their families.

Helplines

Telford

Telephone: 0300 123 6600

Email: frank@talktofrank.com

Telford & Wrekin Council

Free school meals are available at schools within the Telford.

Meal & Food service

Telford

Telephone: 01952 383993

YMCA

The programme is open to any woman who wishes to learn more about the reality of domestic violence and abuse. The Freedom Programme can also be used to help men who wish to improve their behaviour.

Help & support services

Telford

Telephone: 01952 947835

Email: laura.doran@ymcawellington.co.uk

Friends of Telford Town Park

Voluntary non profit group, promoting, conserving and protecting Telford Town Park.

Community groups

Telford Town Park Visitor Centre, Hinkshay Road, Telford, TF3 4EP

Telephone: 01952 382340

Email: cpettman@blueyonder.co.uk

Wrekin Housing Trust

Frizes Leasowe Lunch Club runs from a Retirement Living Scheme operated by Wrekin Housing Trust, the regular Lunch Club is offered to Frizes Leasowe residents and those living in the local community.

Meal & Food service

Frizes Leasowe, Ketley Bank, Telford, TF2 0EY

Telford & Wrekin Council

Future Focus offers impartial, free, Carers Guidance support service for young people living in Telford aged between 16-19 or up to 25 years with additional needs.

Information & Advice

Telford

Telephone: 01952 388988

Email: future.focus@telford.gov.uk

Futurelearn

We offer a diverse selection of courses from leading universities and cultural institutions from around the world.

Training & Education

Telford, TF3 4JA

When there is serious risk of injury, risk of serious damage to property, or a crime in progress, always dial 999.

Remember, you should only dial 999 in an emergency.

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