Within our team we have specialist staff able to support you with different moments of difficulty, find out more about how our team can support you getting on the right track.
Our Community Support Timetable
Youth ADHD Group: Support for parents/carers whilst young people with ADHD are given the opportunity to participate in activities such as the climbing wall, fitness classes, cooking, arts and crafts.
Youth Social Café: Drop-in support group, in the café that offer the young people the chance to meet up, chat, play games, use our Wi-Fi and computers, seek support from youth workers and have a free meal if required.
Youth Cooking: Session with a youth worker and a chef, teaching the young people how to prepare dishes and then the young people can share what they have cooked with other young people.
Youth Club: Games, activities, skateboard ramps, climbing wall, Wii, Xbox, Pizza, Music, Nerf Guns, pool, ping pong, socialising inside the main youth rooms.
Teen Gym: Opportunity for young people to train in the gym under the supervison of PT.
Messy Play: Parents and careers exploring real world learning with pre school children and leanring about child development
Mums Group: Social time for parents with activities for children
Cooking for the family: Learn about cooking heathy meals for the family on a budget
Job Hub: Learn to job search, how to make a great CV, short courses, interview skills, interview prep
Mental wellbeing group: Group to talk about ways to improve mental wellbeing and dealing with issues such as stress and anxiety
Autism parents support group: Time for parents with children who have an ASD to talk, and share expierences with other parents.
Undiagnosed ADHD support group: Parents can spend time with our support workers and other parents in the same situation while their children spend time with our youth work team
Over 55s Activities
Zumba Gold: A fitness exercise which is fun but at a gentler pace for just £3 a session
Climbing Wall: A fitness opportunity for our over 55’s to allow them to step out of there comfort zones and enjoy some new light physical challenges
Sports Bar: Open up our bar to older people who would like to watch sports on our screens in the bar with a drink, in a calmer atmosphere than other pubs and bars.
Golden Surfers: 1-1 FREE appointments to help support and teach the elder generation how to use their tablet, phone or other devices for internet, emails and social media.
Lunch Club: A 2 course home cooked meal by our chefs in our café for just £5.50.
Social Club: A social opportunity for over 55’s to enjoy some classical board games, meet new people and enjoy some free cake
Dans Bootcamp: A fun way to help improve balance, strength and aid coordination at a gentler speed.
Sunday Lunch: A monthly 2 course meal for the older members of the community to enjoy a tasty freshly cooked meal.
Bowls: Bowls club in the hall, enjoying company whilst playing indoor bowls.
Louise is our Head of Community Activities who provides
free support to members of the
community to help them resolve
a variety of issues such as;
Understanding benefit forms
Liaising with debt companies
Liaising with utility suppliers to resolve issues
Assistance completing complicated forms