Win a week's worth of meals to celebrate our new website

Win a week’s worth of free meals this month courtesy of Hertfordshire Independent Living Service (HILS), the meals on wheels service with a difference.

We have launched our new website,, and to celebrate, we are entering everyone who signs up to our newsletter into a prize draw for the chance to win a week’s worth of hot, nutritious meals with desserts, completely free of charge.

“We’re really proud of the food we serve and want to offer everyone in Hertfordshire the chance to taste it for themselves” said Sarah Wren, Chief Executive at HILS.

“The winner could choose to have the meals personally or to gift them to a friend, relative, or someone else in the community – we’re hoping the offer will encourage people to put their taste buds to the test!”

“Simply sign up to our newsletter and be in with a chance of winning. If you’re the lucky winner you can then choose which meals from our menu take your fancy. We have old favourites like cottage pie, or new dishes such as the lemon and ginger chicken – why not share a dinner with an older relative and taste the food yourself!”.

The new website, developed by web consultancy Eyes Down, showcases our range of services which help older and vulnerable people remain healthy, happy, and independent at home, offering more than just a meal. Information on how to get in touch and sign up is also available.

Services available include:

  • Multi-portion food for lunch clubs
  • Dementia fun clubs
  • Community alarms and Telecare (in partnership with Herts Careline)
  • Nutrition and wellbeing checks
  • A community hub at the Jubilee Centre, St Albans

“We’re very excited to share this with Hertfordshire residents, and would encourage everyone not only to sample our new website, but our meals on wheels and other services too” adds Sarah.

The competition closes on 31 August 2016, so sign up to our newsletter now to be in with a chance of winning!

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