Home – Kindness cards

Concerned about locals feeling isolated due to Covid 19 fears and the growing problem of loneliness in society, then why not offer to help with a kindness card?

Fill it in with your details and post through the letter box to any locals/neighbours you know of that are possibly vulnerable, lonely or might need assistance, such as people who can’t get help from family and friends.

Spread only kindness guidelines and join the Facebook group for the most up to date information and advice.   If you aren’t on Facebook the latest posts are available to view by clicking the  ‘Facebook Group Feed’ button from the menu bar. https://www.facebook.com/groups/newmillshelpinghandsgroup

Do not leaflet if you are unwell at all, even if you’re only experiencing mild symptoms.
Listen to social distancing guidelines and don’t leaflet in large groups. When leafleting, avoid physical contacts or exchanging resources.
Make sure to wash your hands well before starting leafleting and use hand sanitiser if you are able to at regular intervals.
Only one person should handle leaflets and put them straight into letter boxes.
Wear gloves wear possible.
Don’t touch your face. Make sure to wash your hands after you are finished too.
#viralkindness #staysafe

We currently have cards to collect at the following locations.

New Mills and District Volunteer Centre – on door https://www.facebook.com/nmvcorg

High Hill Convenience Store
New Mills Post Office

Drink Zone Plus https://www.facebook.com/Drink-Zone-Plus-257317794904216

Maddy’s Convenience Store https://www.facebook.com/Maddys-Store-100195371624840

W.Potts Bakers https://www.facebook.com/pottsnewmills

HAYFIELD
Hayfield post office & Village Store
Hayfield News, Market St.
The Chemist

WHALEY BRIDGE – Tesco – Customer services

 

If you would like to print your own please download and print the document available by clicking here.