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Who we are?

2016 Newsletter

KingsCare League of Friends is a patient support group which offers a wide range of support services and activities with the aim of improving the quality of life of those in need within the community.

Our office is situated at the Kingsteignton Medical Practice and is staffed by the Coordinator, Maggie Bonnell, the Assistant Coordinator, David Clifford and the Hospital Discharge worker, Rosemary Newman. At various times during the week some of our 80+ volunteers also come in to help out with administrative tasks.

Our friendly, helpful and dedicated Staff

Maggie, the Manager.
David, assistant coordinator.

Rosemary, Hospital Discharge.

Phone the Office on 01626 357090



Don't forget the latest KingsCare Publication

The book, 'A Glass Half Full'

can be read here

or if you prefer a more convienient and traditional printed book they can be purchased for the very reasonable price of £2.95 from either the KingsCare Hub in Fore Street or Maggie has copies in the office.

Are you an On-Line shopper? If so, you have a wonderful opportunity to help KingsCare at absolutely no cost to yourself. Many retailers will give a percentage of your shop (at their expense) through Easy Giving.

Go to and register. All the information you need is there for you to read.


Would you like to donate cash direct to KingsCare? We would be very grateful and you can Gift Aid your donation to KingsCare through Charity Checkout thus making it more beneficial to us and the work we do in Kingsteignton and beyond.

Kingscare are now pleased to be supported by Pilotlight.

Our wonderful volunteers help with many of our services and activities. They:

• Drive Kingsteignton surgery patients to medical appointments, either in their own cars or in our wheelchair accessible Fiat Doblo.
• Drive our minibus taking people to social activities and exercise.
• Visit the housebound in their own homes for company and conversation.
• Serve table at our Luncheon Club and beverages at our two social groups.
• Take walks from the Kingsteignton surgery as part of the Walking for Health scheme.
• Work in our charity shop, the Hub.
• Support and work alongside the people who want to grow produce on the allotment.
• Give up their time to be trustees.
• Man stalls at the annual fetes and fund raising days both in Kingsteignton and Newton Abbot.
• Help man the Memory Café.
• Help with administrative tasks.
• Visit housebound people with our Home Shopping service.
• Run any errands required at short notice.

…and, above all, give up an amazing number of hours to help the organisation to help those in need.

For further details of all the above, click on the appropriate button in the menu on the left.