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Over 300 elderly and vulnerable tenants received winter warmer packs to help them stay warm this winter. Staff gave out the winter warmer packs which contained a fleece blanket, hat, gloves and essential information to help them get through the cold period. Staff gave out the packs in November’s Walkabout Wednesday. Debbie O’Hare, SLH Service Development Manager, said: “The last two winters have been the worst we have had in years and it hit our most vulnerable tenants really hard. We hope the packs come in handy, especially with the increasing rise in fuel costs.”
Here’s some advice to help you get through winter:
• Wrap up warm by wearing lots of layers to trap in body heat
• Eat regular hot meals made up of fruit and vegetables such
as soup and stews
• Try and drink hot drinks throughout the day
• If you are able, move around at least once every hour to warm
up your body
• If you are over age 65 you can get a FREE flu jab
Remember to look out for your neighbours too. If you have any elderly or vulnerable people who live nearby, then a quick check to make sure they are managing can make a huge difference.