Women – Petals of Hope

Hope Community – Women’s group We help women to strengthen their social groups and make new friends. Our Petals of Hope group meets during term-time on Fridays between 12.30pm and 2.30pm. Women can gain new skills or share skills they already have with other women, developing self-confidence as they share knowledge… …this helps people feel less isolated, more confident, more independent, included and valued we provide a safe space for women to develop their skills and confidence as well as … Read More

Over 50s Lunch Club

Hope Community – Lunch and Company for the Over 50’s Hope’s friendship group meets regularly throughout the year on the first and third Thursday of the month. It began in June 2015 to provide an opportunity for people aged over 50 to meet, socialise and take part in activities. Activities include bingo, quizzes, sing-alongs and crafts For a small charge you can enjoy sandwiches, cakes, tea and coffee. “S really enjoys going over there and spending time with other people…the … Read More

Reminiscence Cafe

On April 3rd this year Hope Community launched its new Cafe of Reminiscence. A Café of Reminiscence is an opportunity for people to share stories and memories of the people they have loved and have died, in a welcoming environment over tea and cake. Activities also take place within these sessions. The Primary aim of the cafe is to strengthen cognitive memory components and to promote interpersonal development (communication and interaction with others). Sessions run monthly on Wednesdays. See below … Read More

Christmas Events 2018

Christmas Fair Hope held it’s annual Christmas Fair on the 5th December. Santa brought his inflatable grotto this year… The tombola was a huge success and sold out in just over ½ hour! The grotto was paid for by YMCA/Headstart, face-painter by United Living and the tuckshop was funded by donations from the Asda Foundation and Greggs. Over £200 was raised in total. Group Parties We also held our annual Christmas parties for our youth groups. We were supported this … Read More