Wirral Foodbank Plus

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Claremount Church and Wirral Foodbank Plus

Information below details local support available for families with a range of support services.

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WELFARE ADVICE SERVICE

Claremount Hub Wallasey

We are pleased to announce Our free welfare service

Please ask a team member if you require support with any benefit issues.

  • Attendance Allowance
  • Personal Independence Payment
  • Child DLA
  • Universal Credit
  • Limited Capability for Work UC/50 ESA/50
  • Industrial Injuries
  • Housing/Council Tax

Industrial Injuries

General Advice

Please contact a member of the HUB team to book an appointment with our adviser.  claremount02@gmail.com

Wirral Foodbank Plus

At the bottom of this page is the most recent Wirral Foodbank Plus leaflet with details of support.

Wirral Foodbank Plus works with Citizens Advice Wirral, providing dedicated advice and support, including:

  • Benefits
  • Universal Credit
  • Debt
  • Housing
  • Relationships

If you require help with any of the above or any of the services mentioned in this leaflet, please let one our volunteers know at the foodbank centre you are attending, or contact:
Wirral Foodbank:
Telephone: 0151 638 7090
(Lines open Mon—Thu 9am— 2pm)
Email:
enquiries@wirralfoodbank.org
 

Free School Meals

Universal Infant Free School Meals were introduced by the government in 2014 to give all children, regardless of their economic background, a meal at school at lunchtime. It was for everyone in F2 through to Year 2– no application needed!  However, this does not automatically mean that you are entitled to free school meals. Free School Meals have been around for much longer than this. They were introduced many years ago to help low income families. Parents had to apply for this benefit.  There is an eligibility criteria for this.  It is means tested.

If you think you may be eligible for Free School Meals please contact the School Office and they will be able to undertake a quick check for you.

More information can be found here Free school meals and uniforms | www.wirral.gov.uk

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