We help older and vulnerable people and those living with disability or sensory impairment to maintain their social ties with their community.
We do this by organising a range of social activities where people can meet friends old and new, participate in activities and receive advice or information about any nagging concerns they may have.
Our range of social activities include:
Monthly craft group
We meet at Harrogate Community House on a Thursday once a month. Bring along your own craft projects or just join in with the group craft activity. This friendly session is open to all, regardless of ability. There’s also plenty of chance for a natter over refreshments.
Monthly ‘Oaks and Acorns’ intergenerational social group
A chance to try something completely different! come and make friends with our friends from Woodlands Day Nursery. Each month we do a different activity which ranges from painting, singing, baking and playing games. There is always plenty of chat and laughter at this fun group.
“It’s made me smile, which I something I don’t do very often.”
Weekly ‘Here to HELP’ coffee mornings
Launching in January 2019, our ‘Here to HELP’ sessions will take place in a different location across the district each week. We look forward to welcoming you to one of these coffee mornings where you can come along for a cuppa and a chat, or you can come with questions about where to turn for information or advice about something you need to get sorted. Details of dates and venues will be available shortly.
To find out more about our social activities please contact Jen on 01423 813090 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Click here to find out more about becoming a social group volunteer