Royal Voluntary Service
Updated: 10:57 Sunday 17 May - information changing daily at the moment so do check with the group direct.
The Royal Voluntary Service provides practical help and friendly social contact for older people from people living locally. This is achieved by providing services such as Good Neighbour home visits and telephone calls, outings and assistance with shopping. We also provide Social Transport to hospital and medical appointments including transport to Day-care. Other services include the Home Library Service and a friendly, welcoming face at the Perth Royal Infirmary Reception Desk.
Popular services throughout Tayside regions are the Social Clubs and Lunch Clubs. These enable our Service Users to get out and about and socialise regularly within the community.
Tayside Hub Services:
Good Neighbour – shopping befriending, visits at home, outings, telephone befriending
Social Transport – hospital and medical appointments, shopping, hairdressers, personal busines
Transport to Daycare – Lewis Place, Bankfoot Church, The Tryst
Home Library Service – Perth, Scone, Crieff, Comrie, Aberfeldy, Auchterarder, Blairgowrie, Kinross
Lunch Clubs – Perth, Crieff, Abernethy, Bridge of Earn
Social Club – Perth, Burrelton & Woodside
Welcome Desk – PRI
Home from Hospital Service - Dundee
The Royal Voluntary Service rely on volunteers to provide the full range of services to our Service Users and we are consistently striving to recruit for volunteers to provide one of the listed services that make a significant difference to an elderly person’s life within the Tayside region as a whole.
If you feel the services of the Royal Voluntary Service would benefit you or a friend or a member of the family, then please do not hesitate to contact us.
Equally, if you feel you can devote a couple of hours a week to volunteer for us and make a difference to an older person’s life, please contact us.
Contact the Perth based team:
Contact the Dundee based team:
Main Contact: Barbara McPhee