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Local support groups

With thanks to the Patient Participation Group, who have collated this information. 

Care Network

01353 659 639, www.care-network.org.uk

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Neighbourhood Cares

Neighbourhood Cares is a project which aims to help people find the support they need locally to help them live independently. Neighbourhood Cares workers will provide the support themselves where appropriate.  

The Neighbourhood Cares worker will meet with the person to find out what they need help with, and what they want to achieve, and identify local groups and services which can help. They will then support the person in any way necessary to take up the support: by completing applications, assessments, or by accompanying them on first visits for example. This could also include working with health services to provide the support needed to prevent someone going into hospital.

The Neighbourhood Cares workers will help people over 18 years old who are not already being supported by a social care team. Please contact the teams for more information.

01353613000

neighbourhood.cares-soham@cambridgeshire.gov.uk

 

Monthly Themed Teas

First Wednesday of each month from 3pm - 4.30pm

Soham Methodist Church, Berrycroft

Enjoy the company and various activities.

Contact 01353 727855

 

The Bread Basket

Continental Style Breakfast

Every third Saturday of the month from10 am to 12 noon at St Andrew’s Church Soham

Continental breakfast with tea/coffee £1.50

Hot drink 50p

 

Wednedsay Luncheon Club

Third Wednesday of the month

2 course meal followed by tea or coffee, £7

Each month there is a draw where the winner has a free lunch the following month.

Contact  01353 721669   or     01353 720218

 

Bereavement Group

Every 4th Wednesday of the month at

St. Andrew’s Church, Soham

10:30 am – 12 noon

It doesn’t matter if you are recently bereaved or many months, even years along your journey, you are welcome.  Come alone or with a friend, we’d love to see you!

Contact:       Lynne Turner, tel. 722146, turnerlynne7@aol.com

Claudia Stein-Carr, tel. 727749, claudia@agbs.demon.co.uk

 

Coffee Morning

Last Friday of every month, 10-12 at Soham Methodist Church, Berrycroft

Delicious cakes, time to chat, stalls, tombola, prizes

 

 

Youth Café for young people aged 13 – 18

(up to 25 with additional needs)

 

February 20th

March 6th, 20th

April 17th

May 1st, 15th

June 12th, 26th

July 10th

 

19:00 – 20:30          Venue: A Tasca, 24 High Street, Soham

 

Soham Friends

Ross Peers Sports Centre, College Close, Soham, CB7 5HP

Fridays, 3 – 5 pm during term time

 

Inclusive youth group for young people aged 10-17 with or without additional support needs. Activities, games, chat, etc.

Claudia Stein-Carr, claudia@agbs.demon.co.uk, 01353-727749, 07467 - 022869 Registered Charity Number: 240531

 

Creative Minds

 The Creative Minds Group meets every Wednesday at St Andrew's Church from 1.30 - 4.00. It aims to promote Well Being, through different creative media e.g. art, art therapy, music, creative writing.  No Artistic skill needed.

Please contact Janene on 07917 151955 or Lindy on 07795 22201 for more details.



 
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