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  • Peterborough Sight Club

    Westgate New Church , Westgate, Peterborough PE1 1RG
    Second Wednesday of Every Month, 10am - 12pm

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people

    Contact Sarah Robinson on 0800 132 320 or [email protected]
  • Suffolk Sight Halesworth and Southwold Social Group

    Spexhill Village Hall, Church Lane, Spexhall, IP19 ORQ
    Second Thursday of the Month, 2pm - 4pm

    Our social clubs and group activities take place within your local community

    We offer a place to meet, greet, and share experiences in an informal, friendly space. You can connect with others and make new friends within the Suffolk Sight community.

    Contact Main Office on 01284 748800 / 01473 611011 or [email protected]
  • Sight Support Group – hosted by One Place East with Vision Ability

    Redbridge Central Library and Museum, Clements Road, Ilford, IG1 1EA
    First Tuesday of The Month, 11:00 - 13:00

    One Place East working in partnership with Vision Ability is hosting a series of Sight Support Group meetings for Visually Impaired People, in Redbridge & Newham. Other boroughs are more than welcome to attend.

    These meetings will give people the chance to Socialise and Strengthen the bonds of our Community.  Further to that, we can offer people support with Benefit Applications, IT training or any other issue that they are facing.

    There will be a guest speaker each time. First Tuesday of each month

    Contact Owais Niaz on 07377 170 210 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Stapleford

    Cox’s Close Community Room, Cox’s Close, Stapleford, CB22 5SP
    First Thursday of Every Month, 14:00 - 16:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Sawston

    OUR Lady of Lourdes Roman Catholic Church, 135 High St Sawston, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB22 3HJ
    Third Thursday of the Month, 10:00 - 12:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Linton

    Chalklands Community Room, Linton, CB21 4JH
    Second Tuesday of the Month, 14:00 - 16:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Melbourn

    Vicarage Close Community Room, Vicarage Close, Melbourn, Royston, SG8 6DY
    First Wednesday of Every Month, 14:00 - 16:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Histon & Impington

    Homefield Close Community Centre, CB24 9YN
    Third Thursday of the Month, 14:00 - 16:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Cottenham

    Franklin Gardens Community Centre, Cottenham, CB24 8QW
    Fourth Thursday of Every Month, 14:00 - 16:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Bourn

    Hall Close Community Room, 72 Hall Close, CB23 2SN
    Third Wednesday of Every Month, 10:30 - 12:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Soham

    Soham Day Centre, The Causeway, Soham, CB7 5BD
    Second Thursday of the Month, 10:00 - 12:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    The day centre can be difficult to find as sat-navs don’t take you all the way but just continue right to the end of The Causeway.  

     

     

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Littleport

    Littleport Village Hall, Littleport, CB6 1LX
    Fourth Tuesday of Every Month, 14:00 - 16:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Ely

    Ely Library, The Cloisters, Ely, CB7 4ZH
    Second Monday of the Month, 12:45 - 15:00

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Cambridge

    4 Downing Pl, Cambridge CB2 3EL
    Last Monday of the Month, 10am - 12pm

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • CamSight Peer Support Groups Peterborough Tuesday Morning Group

    68 Westgate, Peterborough, PE1 1RG
    Second Tuesday of the Month, 10am - 12pm

    Any ages are welcome to attend.

    Peer support group for people living in the local community with sight loss. Opportunity to meet people in their community who live with sight loss. Information is offered for suitable and relevant services and aids.

    A different speaker is there each month who can be of benefit to community

    Free to attend

    Carers/support/guides are welcome.

    Contact Main Office on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • Get-Together-Group

    Harmony House, Baden Powell Close, Dagenham, RM9 6XN
    Fortnightly,

    Get Together Groups provide opportunities for isolated and lonely residents of Barking and Dagenham to make new friends and increase social contact and improve their safety and ability to remain independent. These groups provide lunch, refreshments, creative activities and games, skill sharing, informative talks and entertainment to the participants.

    You can arrive and  drop in whenever you like, however if you are wanting to join in with lunch, this is served at 12.30pm. This is charged at £3.00

    Silvernet also provides other services which include Computer clubs for the elderly, telephone befriending, help with practical everyday jobs like housework, laundry, gardening decorating, small handy man jobs etc.

    Contact Main Office on 020 8526 8200 or
  • Agewell Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project Group

    Queensridge Court. 82 Queensway, Oldbury B68 0LE
    Every Wednesday, 2pm - 4pm

    A weekly group called ‘DEEP Dreamers’ which meets every Wednesday afternoon at Queensridge Court in Oldbury.

    The group is part of a UK-wide network called DEEP (Dementia Engagement and Empowerment Project). There are already 80 DEEP groups nationwide where people can share their experiences and support each other.

    Our popular DEEP Dreamers group offers support and friendship but also gives people a voice in terms of how the group is run and what it does.

    Contact Main Office on 0121 796 9333 or
  • Agewell Thinking Differently about Dementia DeCafe

    Elizabeth Prout Gardens, High Street, Rowley Regis B65 0EJ
    Last Tuesday in the month, 2pm - 4pm

    Our popular De-Cafe for people living with dementia provides a local, safe and supportive place for you and others in the same boat.

    Enjoy lots of chatting, play some games and get some advice. Bottomless tea, coffee and busicuts – all for £2.50 per session.

    Your friends and family are welcome too.

    Contact Main Office on 0121 796 9333 or
  • Agewell Thinking Differently about Dementia Meeting Centre (Thursday)

    The Flame Community Church. Cardale St, Rowley Regis B65 0LY
    Every Thursday, 11am - 3pm

    Meeting Centres are social clubs for people living with early stage dementia and their family carers / friends. £10 per session, per person with a light lunch, refreshments and some activities included.

    Activities include bingo, giant Jenga, quiz time, walks (weather permitting), memorabilia afternoons, craft sessions, gentle exercise, sing-a-longs, informative talks and more.

    Contact Main Office on 0121 796 9333 or
  • Agewell Thinking Differently about Dementia Meeting Centre (Monday)

    The Flame Community Church. Cardale St, Rowley Regis B65 0LY
    Every Monday, 11am - 3pm

    Meeting Centres are social clubs for people living with early stage dementia and their family carers / friends. £10 per session, per person with a light lunch, refreshments and some activities included.

    Activities include bingo, giant Jenga, quiz time, walks (weather permitting), memorabilia afternoons, craft sessions, gentle exercise, sing-a-longs ,informative talks and more.

    Contact Main Office on 0121 796 9333 or
  • Agewell Wednesbury Forum

    The Old Post Office, Holyhead Road, Wednesbury, WS10 7DF
    Last Wednesday of the Month, 10:30 - 12:20

    Coffee mornings with a purpose – our monthly forums are for local older people (50+) and are fun to attend.

    We invite key speakers and discuss topical issues, as well as organising social activities and trips out

    Contact Main Office on 0121 796 9333 or
  • Agewell Rowley Forum

    Rowley Disability Centre. Rowley Village, Rowley Regis B65 9AT
    First Wednesday of the Month, 1pm - 3pm

    Coffee mornings with a purpose – our monthly forums are for local older people (50+) and are fun to attend.

    We invite key speakers and discuss topical issues, as well as organising social activities and trips out.

    Contact Main Office on 0121 796 9333 or
  • Warwickshire Vision Leamington Spa Visually Impaired Person Social Club

    Chandos Court, Chandos Street, Leamington Spa, CV32 4YU
    First and Third Wednesdays of the Month, 10am - 12pm

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  Running twice a month, a programme of interesting speakers and entertainment is provided with the emphasis on fun and friendship.  Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.  Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Kenilworth Visually Impaired Person Social Club

    Kenilworth Methodist Church, Priory Road, Kenilworth, CV8 1LQ
    Second and Fourth Tuesday of the Month, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  Running twice a month, a programme of interesting speakers and entertainment is provided with the emphasis on fun and friendship.  Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.  Entry charge = minimum donation £2

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Coleshill Social Club

    Coleshill Community Centre, Temple Way, Coleshill, B46 1HH
    Fourth Thursday of the Month, 1:30pm - 3:30pm

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a monthly programme of interesting speakers and entertainment with the emphasis on fun and friendship.  Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.  Entry charge = minimum donation £2

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Nuneaton Visually Impaired Person Social Club

    St Nicholas Church, Vicarage Street, Nuneaton, CV11 4AZ
    Second Tuesday of the Month, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a monthly programme of interesting speakers and entertainment with the emphasis on fun and friendship.  Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.  Entry charge = minimum donation £2

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Alcester Vision Support Centre

    Malt Mill Lane Community Centre, Malt Mill Lane, Alcester, B49 5QR
    Third Tuesday of Every Month, 1:30pm - 3:30pm

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a monthly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Atherstone Vision Support Centre

    St Marys Church Hall, St Marys Church, Sheepy Road, Atherstone, CV9 1EX
    Third Friday of Every Month, 9:30am - 11:30am

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a monthly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Shipston on Stour Vision Support Centre

    Stour Court, Old Road, Shipston on Stour, CV36 4HE
    Fourth Tuesday of Every Month, 2:00pm - 3;30pm

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a monthly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Southam Vision Support Centre

    Graham Adams Centre, Oak Room St James Road, Southam, CV47 0LY
    First Tuesday of The Month, 2:00pm - 3:30pm

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a monthly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Coleshill Vision Support Centre

    Coleshill Community Centre, Temple Way, Coleshill, B46 1HH
    2nd Thursday of The Month, 1:30pm - 3:30pm

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a monthly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Bedworth Vision Support Centre

    Bedworth Cricket Club, Johnson Memorial Pavilion, Rye Piece Ringway, Bedworth, CV12 8JH
    First Friday of Every Month, 9:30am - 11:30am

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a monthly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Kenilworth Vision Support Centre

    Kenilworth Senior Citizens Club, Abbey End, Kenilworth, CV8 1QJ
    2nd Friday of Each Month, 9:30am - 11:30am

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a monthly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Stratford-Upon-Avon Vision Support Centre

    Tyler House, Tyler Street, Stratford upon Avon, CV37 6TY
    Every Tuesday, 9:30am - 11:30am

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a weekly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Rugby Vision Support Centre

    Rugby Baptist Church, Regent Place, Rugby, CV21 2AG
    Every Wednesday, 9:30am - 11:30am

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a weekly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Nuneaton Vision Support Centre

    Newtown Community Centre, Newtown Road, Nuneaton, CV11 4HG
    Every Thursday, 9:30am - 11:30am

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a weekly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Warwickshire Vision Leamington Spa Vision Support Centre

    Chandos Court, Chandos Street, Leamington Spa, CV32 4YU
    Every Monday (Except Bank Holidays), 9:30am - 11:30am

    This is a friendly and welcoming group for people predominantly with sight difficulties.  We provide a weekly programme involving equipment demonstrations (everyday living aids and low vision aids), informative speakers either connected to vision e.g. RNIB or the local community e.g. Citizens Advice, Local fire service as well as activities and social sessions.

    Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.

    Entry charge = minimum donation £1

    Contact Main Office on 01926 411331 or [email protected]
  • Visually Impaired Tennis – Gosling

    Gosling Sports Park, Stanborough Road, Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire, AL8 6XE
    Wednesday, 12:30 - 14:00

    Gosling Tennis Centre is an inclusive tennis programme and runs a number of specific classes for a range of disabilities as well as ensuring our coaches across the programme are able to run inclusive sessions for all players. We work very closely with both the Tennis Foundation, Herts LTA and Hertfordshire Disability Sports Foundation to ensure our sessions meet the needs of the players.

    We have been recognised as a Tennis Foundation: Disability Tennis Network for the past 8 years and in that time have been a leading venue, which has included running key events and sessions for the Tennis Foundation.

    We focus on the 4 key disability areas of Physically Impaired, Learning Disabled, Hearing Impaired and Visually Impaired. Our weekly sign on programme for these specific sessions are outlined below.

    Contact Gerald on 07766634181 or [email protected]
  • Macular Society North Staffs Support Group

    St James Church Hall, Clayton Road, Newcastle, ST5 3DW
    every third Tuesday (except August and December), 10.30am-12:30pm

    Our groups provide information and support to those with macular disease, their family and friends.

    Each one is a welcoming and compassionate place to learn about the support available, build your confidence, and better understand your own macular disease. And, of course, it’s a chance to make new friends who really understand what sight loss is like.

    Contact Please contact the main helpline on 0300 3030 111 or [email protected]
  • The Conwy Sight Loss Group

    Mostyn Gallery, 12 Vaughan Street, Llandudno, LL30 1AB
    First Wednesday of each month, 1pm to 3pm

    The Conwy Sight Loss Group is a social group for adults with a vision impairment. The group meets once per month, on the first Wednesday of each month, from 1pm to 3pm. The group often has guest speakers to talk about different topics. There is no fee to attend the group, and companions are welcome to join the meetings too.

    There is an onsite cafe where group members can have refreshments before or after the meetings.

    Contact Megan Giles on 01244 381515 or [email protected]
  • Harbour at St Marys Octagon

    The Octagon St Mary’s Church, Maldon CM9 5HP
    Monday (Except Bank Holidays), 10am - 12pm

    Harbour is a weekly opportunity for anyone to come along and meet new people, enjoy a coffee and a chat, read the papers, join in a game or try some craft activities.

    Our friendly volunteers are there to welcome you and let you know about local activities and services that might be of interest. Bottomless tea and coffee are included for your £1.50 donation each week.

    Harbour Runs every Monday 10-12pm (excluding Bank Holidays)

    Contact Ryan on 01621 851891 or
  • Yr Orsaf Over 60’s Social Group

    Muriau Stores, Heol Y Dwr, Penygroes, Gwynedd, LL54 6LP
    Tuesday, 2pm - 4pm

    Join us for a cuppa, cake and a chat at Penygroes Village Hall, for FREE. For adults over 60.

    Contact Elenid on 07596 325496 or [email protected]
  • Mildenhall Sporting Memories

    Mildenhall Hub, Sheldrick Way, Mildenhall IP28 7JX
    Thursday, 13:00 - 14:30

    We are a charity and social enterprise that helps older people to reminisce, replay and reconnect through the power of sport and physical activity.

    Launched in 2011, Sporting Memories supports a wide range of people aged 50-plus, including those living with dementia, living with depression or facing isolation and loneliness to improve their mental and physical wellbeing through our regular club sessions, situated within local communities across England, Scotland and Wales.

    Contact Lucy Sagrott on or [email protected]
  • Deafblind UK Wrexham Social Group

    Capel-y-Groes, Holt Street, Wrexham, LL12 7AG
    Second Thursday of the Month, 10:30am - 12:30pm

    Social group that meets up for tea and coffee, social interactions and occasional guest speakers.

    Contact Andie Jenkins on 01733 973 438 or [email protected]
    Contact Andie Jenkins on 01733 973 438 or [email protected]
  • Corringham Deafblind Group

    Tom Wood Hall, Bellmaine Avenue, Corringham, SS17 7LB
    Second Friday of the Month, 10am - 1pm

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people.

    Contact Christine Bennett on 0800 132 320 or
  • East London Deafblind UK Group

    Enabled Living, Chargeable Lane, Plaistow, E13 8DW
    Fourth Thursday, 13:00 - 14:45

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people. For more information contact Deafblind UK.

    Contact Caira Cole on 0800 132 320 or [email protected]
  • Colchester Deafblind UK Group

    John Lampon Court, Smiths Field, Colchester, CO1 2HP
    Third Thursday of the Month, 10am - 12pm

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people. For more information contact Deafblind UK.

    Contact Caira Cole on 0800 132 320 or [email protected]
  • Peterborough Deafblind UK Group

    68B Westgate, Peterborough PE1 1RG
    Last Friday of the Month, 1pm - 3pm

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people. For more information contact Deafblind UK.

    Contact Sarah Robinson on 0800 132 320 or [email protected]
  • Christ Church Over 60 Lunch Club

    Christ Church London Road Braintree CM7 2LD
    Every Wednesday, Lunch Time (Please call before visiting)

    Our lunch Club meets every Wednesday at Christ Church, and is intended to offer a three course lunch to anyone over 60 in the community, in a friendly and welcoming environment.

    We ask everyone to register, before attending for the first time, with Mrs Dorothy Lodge on 01376 331234 as places are limited.

    The cost is £5 per week to be paid on the day.

    There is no membership fee, however we do expect people to attend regularly once they have registered.

    Special diets and allergies can be accommodated, and vegetarian meals are available on request.

    Contact Dorothy Lodge on 01376 331234 or
  • Deafblind UK Cardiff Social Group

    Cardiff Central Library, The Hayes, Cardiff, CF10 1FL
    Last Thursday of every month , 12pm - 1pm

    Social group that meets up for tea and coffee, social interactions and occasional guest speakers.

    Contact Carys Jones on 0800 132 320 or [email protected]
  • March Peer Support Group

    March Library, City Road, March, PE15 9LT
    First Wednesday of Every Month, 10:00am - 12:00pm

    Please contact Camsight using the contact details below before attending for the first time.

    The group provides an opportunity to meet others within the community with similar experiences. By sharing tips on how to do things differently and helping one another, great friendships are formed.

    Groups meet on a weekday morning or afternoon for members to enjoy a range of different activities from guest speakers, entertainment, quizzes, and light refreshment. Members are kept updated on the newest equipment and support available from Cam Sight and other local and national organisations.

    Contact Sam Wool on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • Wisbech Peer Support Group

    69 Queens Road, PE13 2PH
    Third Wednesday of Every Month, 10am - 12pm

    Please contact Camsight using the contact details below before attending for the first time.

    The group provides an opportunity to meet others within the community with similar experiences. By sharing tips on how to do things differently and helping one another, great friendships are formed.

    Groups meet on a weekday morning or afternoon for members to enjoy a range of different activities from guest speakers, entertainment, quizzes, and light refreshment. Members are kept updated on the newest equipment and support available from Cam Sight and other local and national organisations.

    Contact Sam Wool on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • Peterborough Peer Support Group

    Westgate New Church Community Room, Westgate, Peterborough PE1 1RG
    Fourth Wednesday of Every Month, 10;00am - 12:00pm

    Please contact Camsight using the contact details below before attending for the first time.

    The group provides an opportunity to meet others within the community with similar experiences. By sharing tips on how to do things differently and helping one another, great friendships are formed.

    Groups meet on a weekday morning or afternoon for members to enjoy a range of different activities from guest speakers, entertainment, quizzes, and light refreshment. Members are kept updated on the newest equipment and support available from Cam Sight and other local and national organisations.

    Contact Sam Wool on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • Whittlesey Peer Support Group

    St Marys House, Gracious Street, Whittelsey, PE7 1AR
    Second Wednesday of Every Month, 10:30am - 12:00pm

    Please contact Camsight using the contact details below before attending for the first time.

    The group provides an opportunity to meet others within the community with similar experiences. By sharing tips on how to do things differently and helping one another, great friendships are formed.

    Groups meet on a weekday morning or afternoon for members to enjoy a range of different activities from guest speakers, entertainment, quizzes, and light refreshment. Members are kept updated on the newest equipment and support available from Cam Sight and other local and national organisations.

    Contact Sam Wool on 01223 420033 or [email protected]
  • ManKind

    Ponds Forge Leisure Centre Café, Sheaf Street, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2BP
    Every other Friday, 1pm - 3pm

    We run an informal group for Men  – ManKind. The guys alternate in person meetings with online so that as many men as possible can take part.

    The group is volunteer-led and aims to encourage men to meet, talk, share experiences, support each other and make friends. It’s an informal and friendly group and all are welcome.

    There’s no obligation to attend every week – any time you feel like it, you’re welcome to come and join the guys for a brew and a chat. If you’re seeking advice or information,  ManKind can signpost you to appropriate support and share resources. Our volunteer facilitator, Tim, can also tell you about the other services provided by Sheffield Mind that may also be appropriate.

    Contact Tim Cruickshank on 0114 258 4489 or [email protected]
  • Friendly Friday

    Sheffield Mind, 110 Sharrow Lane, Sheffield, S11 8AL
    Every Friday, 10:30am – 12:30pm

    Friendly Friday does what it says on the tin!

    Hosted by our trustee, Tim, Friendly Friday runs from 10.30 – 12.30 p.m. here at the Wellbeing Centre in Sharrow.

    It’s free and open to anyone who feels isolated, or has mental health needs and wants some peer support. Its a friendly and informal group and there is always a warm welcome and a warm drink.

    So, feel free to drop in for a cuppa and a chat, Tim is ready and waiting to welcome you!

    Contact Tim Cruickshank on 0114 258 4489 or [email protected]
  • Wednesday Coffee Morning Sheffield Mind

    Sheffield Mind, 110 Sharrow Lane, Sheffield, S11 8AL
    Every Wednesday, 10:30am - 12:00pm

    Every Wednesday morning, we have an open house where you can come in and have a chat with other people and our friendly volunteers.  If you have a question about mental health services, you can talk to Aroose, our Information Officer, who can signpost you to Sheffield Mind services or to other services in the city.

    The sessions are friendly and informal and we try hard to organise activities and events suitable for all. We might do outdoor activities on sunny days, invite service representatives in to speak about what support they offer that might be appropriate and also hold quizzes and themed activities according to the time of year.

    And whilst you chat, why not enjoy a fresh coffee, tea or hot chocolate – the kettle is always on!

    Contact Aroose on 0114 258 4489 or [email protected]
  • Andys Man Club Wrexham

    Yellow & Blue, Eagles Meadow, Wrexham LL13 8DG
    Monday, 7pm

    At ANDYSMANCLUB, we want to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health and create a judgment-free, confidential space where men can be open about the storms in their lives. We aim to achieve this through weekly, free-to-attend peer-to-peer support groups for men aged over 18

    Contact Dan Rowe on or [email protected]
  • Deafblind UK Clacton/Frinton Lunch Club

    99 Carnarvon Road, Clacton-on-Sea, CO15 6QA
    2nd Wednesday of month, 12 noon to 2pm

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people. For more information contact Deafblind UK.

    Contact Caira Cole on 01324 567890 or [email protected]
  • Deafblind UK Chelmsford Social Group

    Thetford Court, Forest Drive, Chelmsford, CM1 2UT
    1st Thursday of month, 11am-2:00pm

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people. For more information contact Deafblind UK.

    Contact Caira Cole on 01324 567890 or [email protected]
  • Deafblind UK Causeway Social Group

    Coleraine, BT52 1EX
    2nd Tuesday of month, 2-4pm

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people. For more information contact Deafblind UK.

    Contact James McVicker on 01324 567890 or [email protected]
  • Deafbllind UK Bridgend Social Group

    Merthyrmawr Road North, Nolton, Bridgend, CF32 3NH
    2nd Friday of month, 11am-1pm

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people. For more information contact Deafblind UK.

    Contact Julie Jones on 01324 567890 or [email protected]
  • Deafblind UK Bangor Coffee Group

    94 Main Street, Bangor, BT20 4AG
    4th Tuesday of month , 2pm to 3.30pm

    Join us for an informal chat and meet new people. For more information contact Deafblind UK.

    Contact Norman McCudden on 01324 567890 or [email protected]

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