Central Hall is being developed into a one stop shop supporting people of 50 and over in Hastings to age well. This is a partnership project between Hastings Voluntary Action and Age UK East Sussex and the vision is to provide multi agency advice, support and guidance, activities and opportunities such as volunteering and adult education. At the hub of the development is a friendly community café currently open Tuesdays and Fridays from 10-1pm and a bookable lunch club with activities running from Thurs 5th March.
Central Hall Lunch Club 11-2pm starting 5th March
Come and enjoy a two-course meal for £6.50 cooked and served by students from East Sussex College Groups Hospitality and Catering Department.
Take part in activities such as card/board games, craft, pampering treats or just a warm comfy space to sit back and chat or read the paper.
Our lunch club runs on the first Thursday of each month- places must be booked in advance by calling 01424 400207.
Central Hall is just along from The Body Shop and offers advice, support, activities and opportunities such as volunteering and adult education to people of 50 and over.
Hastings & Rother Rainbow Alliance
Hastings & Rother Rainbow Alliance is an organisation working to support the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBTQI+) community in Hastings and Rother. Established in 2003, HRRA supports the local community and works in partnership with other organisations supporting members in running a variety of social and support groups. For more information please see the attached weblink:
Stay safe in the sea
Respect the Water is the RNLI’s national drowning prevention campaign. We highlight the risks you might encounter in or around the water, and give you advice to make sure you’re prepared if you fall into water.
5 steps to float
1. Fight your instinct to thrash around
2. Lean back, extend your arms and legs
3. If you need to, gently move your arms and legs to help you float
4. Float until you can control your breathing
5. Only then, call for help or swim to safety
When everyday life is affecting your mental health and well-being, Community Connectors work in partnership with GPs to help you access local services and activities that can help.
There are times when we all need support to address life's challenges. Knowing how to access available support locally can make a big difference. Social Prescribing helps you to explore services, groups and activities that can support you to improve your health and emotional well-being.
Follow the link for more information: https://southdown.org/
FREE TASTER ART SESSIONS
First Floor Community Rooms
Warrior Square GP SURGERY
ST LEONARDS ON SEA
Starting 7th June 2019
Every Friday 10 am – 12.30
No experience necessary just bring enthusiasm and let the creative journey begin!!
Painting, Mark Making, Clay Work, Collage, Singing and more…
To Book Speak to your GP or Community Connector www.artsonprescription.org
ARTS ON PRESCRIPTION CIC IS A NOT FOR PROFIT ORGANISATION PROVIDING CREATIVE ACTIVITIES, REMINISCENCE AND CONFIDENCE BUILDING WORKSHOPS DESIGNED TO ENHANCE MENTAL HEALTH AND WELLBEING
Arts on prescription
ESCIS: East Sussex Community Information Service
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