“What’s happening from 19th July?” is a question many people are asking.

It is the date the country moves to the final stage of removing Coronavirus restrictions, but what does this mean for the Centre and people in our community?

We are continuing to cautiously open up. Urgent help and advice is available, some groups and activities are running on site and in the local area. Our café is open again, we have a photography exhibition starting on 22nd July and regular sessions like our carers coffee group has re-started, outdoors.

We will continue to apply practical safety measures to protect our community and staff. Understandably many people are anxious about mixing with others again and some groups and support activities are continuing to run virtually, like our mental health awareness group this month.

How do I get the support I need?

1) Use the series of direct numbers or emails we have provided to connect with one of our staff

2) The staff member will advise what support is available to you and you can agree whether to come to the Centre for a session or appointment, or if you can be supported by phone or online

3) You can also view our directory of services to give you an idea of some of the services available

4) You can visit our What’s On page to view a calendar of activities

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Carers coffee group

Our group of inspirational carers have restarted their coffee group and would like to invite others in need of connection and good conversation to join them.

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Social Care Open Day

Come and learn first-hand about our extensive adult social care programme on 16th September.

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Pay a visit to Bob's Park

A space for local people to breathe. Come and relax, work or play in our beautiful outdoors.

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Let's talk about mental health

Join our next session on 20th July as we discuss coping strategies as we emerge from Covid restrictions.

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