We are delighted to announce the launch of Tea and Cake at the Bank in partnership with Natwest. If you are you aged over 55 then please join us on Tuesday 4 February between 10.30am and 12.30pm at Natwest, 72-74 High Street, Watford, WD17 2GZ

  • Talk to the Natwest team who can give you free advice about how to keep your money safe and avoid scams (available to everyone regardless of where you bank)
  • Collect your free Small Acts of Kindness Warm in Winter gift bag
  • Pick up a free Small Acts of Kindness Purple Pages information pack containing useful information about activities and services for older people
  • Meet Hertfordshire Fire & Rescue Service firefighters from Watford Fire Station and get advice about the free services they offer to help keep you safe at home including smoke detector checks and replacements

Talking about the launch of the project, Lynne Misner, CEO, Small Acts of Kindness said, “In a world where the internet is often the first place to look for information, many older people find themselves digitally isolated and unable to access basic information and support. This project creates opportunities to share information face-to-face in a relaxed environment, helping build stronger, more resilient communities and connecting older people better to relevant activities and services. This can help reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation, create a sense of belonging, which can often have positive effects on physical and mental wellbeing.”

Fax Siraj, Natwest Community Banker explained, “Natwest have a commitment to ensuring our services are accessible to everyone. Scams are the fastest growing crime in the UK, in partnership with National Trading Standards we are looking to raise awareness as well as where to go for help and support.”

For more information please call Small Acts of Kindness on 01923 372717

We look forward to seeing you there.

Tea and Cake at the Bank is organised in partnership with Natwest and Small Acts of Kindness. Connecting communities with kindness.