Carelink is an Emmanuel Christian Centre community service which aims to demonstrate love through practical means. This is mainly by the provision of meals and practical help in the running of a home. It is the hope and passion of the Carelink team that users of the service may discover how valued they are, and that real Christianity involves service and care.

Community Meals

The meals on wheels service previously run by the local council. Freshly prepared lunches are delivered piping hot directly to a customer’s home for a nominal fee. This is a vital service, especially for the vulnerable and alone.

Free Meal Service

Offered to anyone in our community experiencing a short term crisis such as an illness or financial hardship. We don’t have set criteria or means testing and we aim to serve anyone who may benefit from this service. 

Cookery Courses

In association with the Barrow in Furness Foodbank, these courses are designed to introduce basic cooking principles and nutritious recipes for those new to cooking or on a low budget.

For further information or to request a service please contact the Carelink Coordinator, Lynne Matthews, on 01229 584562.

Ulverston Meals on Wheels Article


If you have some spare time to help provide a vital community service, either helping in the kitchen or delivering meals, please do get in touch.