Bath MP Wera Hobhouse is going showcase some of the local residents who have given up their time to help those most in need since the pandemic began.
This will be in her first public Zoom meeting of 2021, on Thursday 21st January from 6 – 7:30 pm,
Wera said: “Covid-19 continues to have a profound impact on many aspects of our daily lives. Throughout the past year and into 2021, frontline workers have and will continue to look after us, through the health and care services, emergency services, deliveries, armed services and utilities.
I want to celebrate the extraordinary efforts of our local volunteers who have made the Communities Wellbeing Hub the success it has become. In a combined effort that is almost unique in the country, the Hub brings together BaNES 3SG, B&NES Council, Virgin Care and other agencies.
Wera said: “Bath can take great pride in its residents. They saw a need and offered their time to help look after others during this pandemic.
This is the kind of behaviour that often gets overlooked by the headline writers, but it’s why our Communities Wellbeing Hub has been such a success, providing support and signposting for the most vulnerable members of our community.
Please join me for an inspiring conversation, to learn, to understand, and to find out what we can do to help our fellow residents. You will be able to submit questions to the speakers.”
Sign up for your free Zoom link at https://www.werahobhouse.co.uk/volunteering_bath_20210121.