Walking with Lincolnshire’s Farming and Rural Community Through Tough Times
LRSN is a volunteer-led organisation that provides pastoral and practical support to farming and rural people during periods of anxiety, stress and problems relating to their families and businesses.
- One to one visits to homes and businesses: Alison Twiddy, Project Manager Tel: 07725 203 560, email: firstname.lastname@example.org (see information below on social distancing during the coronavirus situation)
- Helpline 0800 138 1710
- Drop-in advice points: At Louth and Newark Livestock Markets and Spalding Auction (Service currently unavailable, see below)
- Health screening: At Louth and Newark Livestock Markets and Spalding Auction (Service currently unavailable, see below)
LRSN’s response to the Coronavirus pandemic: UPDATE, 25th March 2020
Events and information are changing by the minute but LRSN is here for you if you are in need of help. Here is how LRSN will be operating until further notice:
HELPLINE: 0800 138 1710 – Business as usual, open every day 8am - 6pm
Health screening clinics at Louth Livestock Market and Spalding Auction: We have taken the decision to close our health screening and outreach services at Louth Livestock Market and Spalding Horticultural Auction until further notice. If you have a health question or would like to speak to LRSN about any issue affecting you, your family or your business, please call our helpline.
Casework: With only a very limited number of exceptions, we will be following the Government guidelines on social distancing and not holding face to face meetings with our service users.
If you would like to talk through any issues or have any queries, please email: Project Manager: Alison Twiddy Alison.email@example.com or Health and Wellbeing Lead: Gilly Steel Gilly.firstname.lastname@example.org
NEWARK LIVESTOCK MARKET: As with Louth Livestock Market and Spalding Horticultural Auction, we will not be providing our healthcare clinics at Newark, if the market reopens before the end of the UK lockdown period. If you need to talk to LRSN or Notts Rural Support, please use our free, confidential helpline, 0800 138 1710, it's open from 8am to 6pm every day of the year.
Information about coping after a traumatic event, useful contacts and helpline numbers and a guide to how LRSN can help you, are here on our website. Visit our latest news section to read and download our helpful factsheets.
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For us, no problem is too large or too small, too complex or too simple. Whilst we do not claim to have all the answers, we can support and help people make sense of their problems, walk with them and direct them to the appropriate people and organisations to provide help
Alison Twiddy - Project Manager
Talk to us on our helpline:
0800 138 1710