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How we can help

Wellbeing is an umbrella for a number of things. They include being healthy (mentally and physically), being positive, comfortable and happy.
We all go through issues and situations that affect us. Sometimes we can deal with them on our own and sometimes we need someone to talk to who can either support us or confidentially introduce us to someone who can.

Open Mic

Worship Nights

This is a chance to participate alongside or simply support and enjoy the company of a bunch of Christian folks who want to worship in a non-church, relaxed setting. That includes prayer, testimony, and a heck of a lot of song.  Come along with your guitar, come with a friend but most importantly just come along.

Men's group

Meeting 7.30pm on the second Tuesday of the month. 

This is a chance to meet existing friends and make new ones, a chance to have relaxed conversation and to help a good cause along the way. 

Each meeting has something to participate in or to listen to eg a guest speaker, a quiz etc. 

Call Warren on

07506 150236


Friends and


Do you know anyone 50+ who is isolated or lonely and would benefit from some regular company and a chat? Or perhaps you could spare an hour a week to brighten the day of a lonely person.


To find out more call Jackie on 07763 908460 or pop in and say hello. Jackie is a coordinator for Good Neighbours in the CV6 area



We are a drop off point for The Trussell Trust foodbanks.


So please do pop in with anything you can spare.


"The generous will themselves be blessed, for they share their food with the poor”



A six week programme to help you deal with the grief you are feeling with the death of a loved one or if you are struggling  with the long term effects of loss.


Topics include: Attachment, separation and loss – The impact and pain of bereavement – Adjusting to change, and much more including an optional session of Faith based questions

‘Walk & Talk’ Sessions

A  chance for you to make new friends, have different conversations and get fitter too. Meeting weekly during  term time, there’s time for a quick cuppa before going for a 45-60 min walk.


We do a different walk every week so there’s always something new to see. Clearing your mind, de-stressing and unwinding for an hour in the middle of the week is a great thing to do.

Mental Health First Aid

Mental Health affects us all either directly or indirectly. This is a chance to understand more about it, know what to do and how to deal with someone you come into contact with, who’s mental health is in a poor state.


You will get a nationally recognised qualification via a qualified instructor from MFHA England.

Dementia Friends Training

Living with, dealing with or having a family member or friend with dementia is difficult and at times heart breaking.


Becoming a Dementia Friend will help you understand it better and at the same time support someone to lead a life that is active, creative and meaningful.

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