27 Parkfield Rd North 07368 353293 office.nephra@gmail.com
About

Nephra Good Neighbours

Registered Charity No. 1160433.

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We are based in the New Moston area of Manchester, currently over two sites.

Registered Charity No. 1160433.

Our Head Quarters is based at 27 Parkfield Rd North, and we also have our Community Allotment Space on Northfield Rd. We run a varied weekly timetable of classes and events, in addition to providing a successful meals on wheels service, a befriending scheme and a popular lunch club. We arrange regular holidays and day trips and offer community workshops and opportunities for people to volunteer with us.


OUR
VOLUNTEERS

We have a team of dedicated volunteers, who all play vital roles within our organisation, from preparing or delivering meals, to working on our allotment, assisting with our classes or befriending our older service users.  

If you would like more information about volunteering opportunities with NEPHRA, then please get in touch.

Our Services.

Meals on Wheels Scheme

All meals are freshly prepared on-site, and then delivered locally by our team of volunteers, using produce grown on our own NEPHRA Allotment.

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Befriending Service

Befriending offers supportive, reliable relationships to people who would otherwise be socially isolated and the results can be considerable.

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Weekly Classes

We have a varied timetable of classes and events. Why not come along and try one out!

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Luncheon Club

NEPHRA’s Lunch Club meets every Tuesday at 12.30pm at our Head Quarters on Parkfield Road North, New Moston.

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Weekly Cake Shop

Come along to Nephra HQ every Friday for our weekly cake shop. Drop in anytime from 9.30am-12.30pm to enjoy a slice of homemade cake

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Other Services

From time to time we may run other services and facilities, please check with us.

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Our Aim

We believe that every person should have access to services and feel connected to their community.

We aim to:

  • Improve people’s lives by offering opportunities for volunteering, social interaction and recreation
  • Collectively enhance skills via participation in education and training.
  • Improve the resilience of individuals and the community, reducing loneliness and isolation and allowing people to thrive.
  • Put people first.
  • Promote health and wellbeing.
  • Ensure that our service provision is of the highest quality.
  • Ensure that our service users feel safe and supported.
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News Updates.

  • Dena's Our Pride of Britain

    Our very own Dena Murphy, Chair of NEPHRA Good Neighbours has been crowned a “Community Hero” by the Daily Mirror Pride of Britain Awards. Dena was highlighted in the awards show on Sunday evening.

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