Vulnerable members of Wimbledon will soon have a new point of call to get help.

Wimbledon Beaumont Care Community have teamed up with the Really Helpful Club to provide vulnerable members of the community a portal of free advice about care.

The Really Helpful Club is a Wimbledon-based networking organisation that helps people in the area share personal recommendations, and ask questions in forums about great local businesses, including questions about care.

This week, general manager of Wimbledon Beaumont Gayane Selimyan met up with Sarah Austin, the founder of the Really Helpful Club, to discuss how they can best work together to fit the needs of the community.

Ms Selimyan said: "Here at Wimbledon Beaumont our doors are always open for those with questions about care, and my team and I are looking forward to continue to build strong relationships with members of the Wimbledon community.”

Ms Austin added: “The Club’s goal is to connect local families in a neutral space where they can get advice on the best recommendations in the area.

"Most people only look for care at time when they need it, but the Really Helpful Club will have done all the research in the area for you, pooling together trusted, word-of-mouth advice from your neighbours and community.”