Supporting the community in North Somerset

To stop the spread of Coronavirus, the Government has put in place restrictions which mean our groups can not take place face to face at the moment.  We understand that this is a worrying time and we need each others support as much as ever at this time.  To our members – we are still here!


We are regularly phoning our members for which we have contact details for (and the consent to do so).  If you have not been called and would like to be, please get in touch and let us know.


Speaking Up Groups are moving online for now!  It is as important as ever to ‘speak up’ and ‘be heard’.  So for the next few months our Speaking Up Groups will be held via Zoom.  Our regular attendees will be contacted with details, but everyone is welcome to join these groups, please get in touch if you would like further information.


We are setting up our coffee mornings online!  Using Zoom we can connect with each other and a small number of members for a group chat.  If you would like to get involved please get in touch.


We are posting to our Facebook page regularly with information, tips and engagement.  If you do not already, then follow our page for another way to keep in touch and informed.


The mental health and wellbeing of everybody in our community is so important and we are working hard to ensure we are providing the all support we can at this time and are ready to start up face to face groups as soon as we are able.



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