St Mungos Parish Church Festival Of Lights
IKL Care have taken part in this years Festival of Lights at St Mungos Parish Church Alloa.
This was our first year taking part and as such our tree design was a bit rushed to say the least.
Our theme for the tree this year was PPE and the Health & Social Care standards.
Thank you to everyone who attended over the 2 days and for the interest shown in the tree, or should we say our interesting take on the "star" on top of the tree.
Well done to Kim & Ian for the "quick decorating job"
Stirling & Clackmannanshire branch of Alzheimer Scotland have committed to raise £100,00 in order to support establishing and kitting out a Dementia Resource Centre in the heart of our community. This will only happen with the generous donations and involvement of local businesses and groups. For more information please contact Falkirk Services on 01324 559480.
Alloa Town Centre BID has been operating for the last 10 years, and in October 2018 the new business plan for the next 5 years was voted in for a third term. The new BID directors have been voted in and will take up their positions under the new name of AlloaFirst. A new an exciting time for Alloa town centre.
Tel: 01259 404027
St Mungos Parish Church-Festival of Lights:
Following on from last weeks successful festival of lights. The church is still open for you to pop in and see nearly 30 decorated xmas trees. This weekend coming 14th December there is Soup & Sandwich lunch and afternoon tea. Tickets are available at the Church.
We are currently on the lookout for support workers for both full time and part time hours. Hours to include evening & weekends. Full details on our recruitment page.
From MONDAY 18th November until Friday 22nd of November our office will be undergoing essential internal repairs. This will mean limited access to the hallway, stair and rear of the building. We would ask that both our support workers and service users keep visists to the office to emergencies only during this time as workmen will be in the area for the week. We can still be contacted by telephone. Sorry for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding in this matter.
Winter working policy:
Well its that time of year again and the winter seems to have sneeked up on us. As usual for this time of year we have informed all our service users of the implementation of our "winter working policy". This will run all through the winter until we see the first signs of Spring approaching next year. Remember to look out for those who live alone. Give them a little chap at the door and see if they need anything...even a wee chat.