LRSN is a volunteer-led organisation that provides pastoral and practical support to Lincolnshire's farming and horticultural communities during periods of anxiety, stress, and problems relating to their families and businesses.
To find out more about how LRSN has supported families in Lincolnshire click on the photo below
What does LRSN do? LRSN's Impact Report, published after our 2023 AGM, provides information and analysis of LRSN's work in the financial year 2022 - 2023. You can read the LRSN 2022 - 2023 Impact Report by downloading the PDF version from our About pages, here.
Where will our Health Hut be next, what dates are our nurses at Louth, Spalding, and Melton markets, and when can you access LRSN's Click, Book Chat online health checks?
Our wonderful nurses, Heather, Rachel, and Rose, are once again out and about at the markets but don't worry if you aren't able to attend, they are still available for those all-important health and wellbeing questions in our online wellbeing clinics. You can click to book a timeslot for a chat with a nurse and they will call you on the telephone or video call you if you prefer, the clinics will be on alternate Thursday mornings. For an appointment Click here, Book your timeslot, and Chat with a nurse, if you would prefer you can call 07497 093444 and leave a message for someone to call you back to arrange an appointment.
LRSN is open for business and ready, willing, and able to help you, whatever your problem, wherever you are in Lincolnshire. If you or someone you know needs to talk through an issue, please contact us using our helpline number, 0800 138 1710.
Information about coping after a traumatic event, useful contacts and helpline numbers, and a guide to how LRSN can support you, are here on our website. Visit our latest news section to read and download our helpful factsheets.
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
Amy Thomas - Head of Charity
Talk to us on our helpline:
0800 138 1710