If you are feeling lost or alone there are a number of useful resources available here.
The Community Call Helpline number, for those "cocooning" or vulnerable is 05391 96000, 7 days per week, 8am-8pm.
Important Contact Phone Numbers which may be useful
- Samaritans: Free Call 116 123
- Childline: 1800 666 666
- Women's Aid: 1800 341 900
- Aware: 1800 804 848
- Age Action: 1890 369369
- Bodywhys: 1890 200 444
- Pieta House:1800 247 247
- Jigsaw: 1800 544729 email@example.com
Stay Safe. We are InThisTogether. #WexfordTogether
Other Types of Contact:
Help someone to 'Get Started' online or with new technologies by sharing a link or printing a guide from the Age Action resources. There are a range of guides helping people to get online, use video calls etc. For more information click here.
Tomhaggard Womens Shed have been busy stitching scrubs for Nursing Homes around the county. Read more on their facebook page.
Galbally Sports & Leisure Club linked in with Galbally Computer Repair to source gather unwanted Laptops/Tablets Smartphones for provision to Nursing Homes to help relatives to facetime and connect face to face with loved ones without endangering anyone. Read about it on their facebook page.
Request to join "Wexford Libraries' Online Book Club" Facebook Group for reading recommendations, favourites reads... all things book-related. We choose one book at the beginning of each month and then discuss it at the end! For more information click here.
Keeping in touch, and learning along the way!
It's important to keep in touch these days: with you and with our much cherished artists.
Over the coming months, the National Opera House will present a series of online videos by some of Ireland's best known musicians, all regular performers at the National Opera House. In these videos, each musician will tell you a little about themselves and their instruments.
These videos are aimed for children of primary school age, but in fact, all the family will enjoy them! For more information Click here
THE GREEN LIGHT SESSIONS
Wexford Virtual St Patrick’s Day 2021 is a community project conceived by the Cllr Leonard Kelly, Mayor of Wexford, John Michael Murphy of Seanchai Productions, and Nick Bailey of Extreme Rhythm.
The event(s) will be hosted live on Facebook, and will feature several online activities throughout St Patrick’s Day, including “The St Patrick’s Day Shout-Out”, Don Conroy Drawings, and The Story of St Patrick, told from the historic setting of St Patrick’s Church in Wexford.
For more information click here.
A reminder to check out gov.ie for more national resources and supports.