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FiSH Neighbourhood Care provides voluntary help for the residents of Barnes, Mortlake & East Sheen. For over 50 years it has offered practical help and support in order to combat loneliness and maintain independence. Volunteers visit the elderly, collect & deliver shopping, and provide transport for medical appointments; accessible minibuses facilitate shopping trips and outings; weekly talks and monthly concerts are arranged throughout the year and the FiSH Choir and Bridge Club meet bi-weekly.

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