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Just one of the activities available at the New Horizon Centre. Come along and get fit with a personal fitness trainer. All ages and abilities welcome every Thursday 11.00am to 12.00noon.
Just one of the activities available at the New Horizon Centre. Come along and meet new people who enjoy dancing. Every Monday 2.00pm to 4.00pm.
A local voluntary agency set up in the community, for the community. The project currently provides emotional, practical and social support to alcohol and substance users, including people who misuse or are dependent on legal substances and prescribed medications, legal highs or club drugs. Support…
Counselling Directory is a confidential service that encourages those in distress to seek help and find a local counsellor or psychotherapist. The directory contains information on many different types of distress, as well as articles, news, and events and live chat. To ensure the professionalism…
Diabetes UK aim to provide help and support to people living with diabetes in the UK. Group meetings are held to provide individuals with a safe, social forum to discuss diabetes and its effects.
A government website providing comprehensive details of "Financial help if you're disabled". Links to vehicles and transport, home and housing, etc.
Drinkline provides free, confidential advice and information to callers worried about their own drinking, parents worried about their children, children worried about their parents and advice on where to go for further help. The site includes information on how alcohol affects short and long term…
The Dyspraxia Foundation is a national, registered charity founded in 1987. It is financed entirely by membership subscriptions and private donations. The Foundation acts as a resource and information centre for those wishing to learn more about dyspraxia, its diagnosis and treatment. The Foundation operates…
Epilepsy Action is the UK’s leading epilepsy organisation and exists to improve the lives of everyone affected by the condition. Advice and information is provided on line, in print and directly through the epilepsy Helpline.
Epilepsy Society is the UK’s leading provider of epilepsy services. A comprehensive range of information resources are on offer and their Helpline gives callers confidential emotional support.