Well known estate agents, Luscombe Maye, threw open their doors at the Salcombe Office on a chilly
blustery November morning to serve delicious cakes and piping hot coffee to all comers. Their purpose was
to support Kingsbridge and Salcombe Caring, a local charity who provide a free befriending service to the
lonely and isolated of Kingsbridge, Salcombe and the surrounding villages. The event, as well as raising
much needed funds, also gave residents an opportunity to engage first hand with KASC trustees in order to
learn more about the work of KASC, the events, difficulties and achievements.
KASC Chairman, Graham Nurser, gave a short address in which he highlighted the need for more volunteers
enabling the charity to reach out and be of more help to more people.
Theo Spink, Director of Luscombe Maye, Salcombe said, “ It has been a real pleasure to host KASC in our
Salcombe Office for a fund raising coffee morning and to raise awareness of their valuable work. I have
learned that KASC services given by its dedicated volunteers alleviates not only debilitating loneliness but
also helps to lighten anxieties felt by relatives living far away and not being in a position to respond to need
directly. We are very pleased to be a friend of KASC endeavours”.
If you want to find out more about being a volunteer or wish to donate some money please contact
KINGSBRIDGE AND SALTSTONE CARING Tel: 01548 854588 Email: info@kascare.uk To find out about
future events check out the KASC Website: www.kascare.uk