Our activities & services

Luncheon Club

Every Wednesday, our luncheon club serves a fantastic three course meal. But it’s not just about the food – friendship, a warm welcome and being part of a community all contribute to a greater sense of well-being. More 🠒

Asylum Seekers

From our Friday afternoon drop-in, support with GP registration and medical needs to help with claims for asylum and conversational English, we stand with asylum seekers and refugees as they look to establish a new life in this country. More 🠒

Dementia Café

The dementia café is a monthly point of contact and support for people living with dementia, their family members and carers. With fun activities and advice on services, it provides a welcome space for everyone whose life is affected by dementia. More 🠒

Indoor bowls for people with dementia

“Stay social, stay active” is the advice often given to people living with dementia. Our indoor bowls group gives an invaluable opportunity to play to those with dementia, and a welcome break and social space to family members and carers. Laughter guaranteed! More 🠒


Loneliness has become the number one social need for many people. What was already a significant issue has become a landslide through the pandemic. Our volunteer befrienders look to support lonely and vulnerable people with phone calls and visits. More 🠒


The pandemic has left a huge mark on education in the UK. Many, many children found themselves falling behind, whether through lack of digital access during school closures or individual circumstances. We work with local schools to supplement government funding to ensure that the most vulnerable children receive the support they need in their education. More 🠒

“an absolute life-saver”

a member of the dementia indoor bowls group

“my favourite day of the week”

a luncheon club attendee

“I will never forget your kindness”

an asylum seeker