Meals on Wheels (Hampshire)


If you live in the Hampshire County Council area, you can choose to receive Meals on Wheels through a service organised by the Council if you have certain needs.
You must be aged 55 or more, or be 18-54 years old and have at least one of the following: Dementia, a learning disability, a physical disability, a mental health issue, a history of substance abuse.
You must also meet at least one of the following: struggle to cook for yourself; have just come out of hospital; have a carer or relative who needs a break from cooking; are feeling unwell, either physically or mentally; have difficulty shopping for food.

Meal options include a two course meal (choice from a menu of starters, mains and puddings); a third course can be purchased for an additional cost; a Tea Pack can be delivered at the same time as the lunch time meal and offers a choice of sandwiches, snack and dessert.

If you are not eligible to receive Meals on Wheels, HILS may be able to provide you with meals. They can take private clients but there would be a higher cost involved. Contact HILS for more information.

About Health & Independent Living Support (HILS)

Health & Independent Living Support (HILS) is a not-for-profit charitable social enterprise providing support for older and disabled people in Hertfordshire, West Sussex, Hampshire and Bedfordshire. HILS provides Meals on Wheels in Hampshire.

Good to know

User Cost/Charge Information
Two course meal : £8.50
Additional third course: £1.50
Tea Pack: £3.95

Meals must be paid by Direct Debit and the prices are subject to change. Any meal cancellation has to be received by 10am on the day of delivery, otherwise you may be charged for that day’s meal. You can cancel by telephone, by leaving a voicemail or by email.

Find out more

Health & Independent Living Support (HILS)

0330 2000 103 (option 4)




This activity takes place throughout Hampshire

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