Neetside Community Hub provides friendly welcoming spaces for people to get together with others. It’s a space to chat, exchange ideas, and find out about what’s happening locally. Refreshments are provided and the sessions are free to join (donations towards running these sessions are welcome).
The weekly sessions include:
Bude Volunteer Bureau
A place where those who want to volunteer can find out about local volunteering opportunities, and where local groups and organisations can share and promote their volunteer opportunities.
Face-to-face counselling sessions offered in Bude by Step into Learning Counselling Service. Get in touch with their Counselling Coordinator to find out more on: 01566 770729 or email@example.com. There is more information on the website https://stepintolearning.org.uk/silc-counselling-services/
or in the Counselling Brochure.
Craft and Wellbeing sessions
Taking place every Tuesday afternoon, these cover a variety of activities. For the latest schedule please see Community Hub craft and wellbeing sessions schedule attached.
Cornwall Mind Peer Support group
It’s great to have Cornwall Mind running a peer support group in Bude. The group is for everyone wanting to improve their mental health and wellbeing. It provides a safe space for people to share, understand and benefit from peer support. For more information please see the peer recovery groups leaflet.
Bereavement Café is open to all, whether your loss is recent, or was a long time ago. The sessions are supported by a qualified counsellor. It’s a chance for people to meet others and to share their experiences in a friendly and supportive environment. The next three sessions will take place on 11th January, 8th February, and 14th March 2-4pm.
We will also be running a 6-week Bereavement Programme starting in February. Commitment to all 6 sessions is required and you need to register your interest by Friday 19th January at the latest. View the attached for more details.
Bude Stroke Support
Bude Stroke Support provides information and peer support in a friendly and welcoming setting. We run fortnightly get-togethers for anyone affected by stroke, including survivors, family and friends. The group is facilitated by someone with a lived experience of stroke.
Taking place at the Parkhouse centre, this is a friendly group with tea, coffee and cake where everyone is welcome. Supported by the social prescriber, it often includes guest speakers from local organisations, mini health checks, energy and other advice.
Community Coffee Morning
Run in collaboration with Bude Library, this is a friendly group with tea, coffee and cake where everyone is welcome. It often includes guest speakers from local organisations and community groups.
Run by volunteers. Bring your items in need of repair, from small-scale electrical items to bikes, clothes, bags, and we will see what we can do to help you save money, reduce waste and learn new skills all at the same time!