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Our small but friendly day centre welcomes residents of HUCKNALL, who are over the age of 50. We meet every FRIDAY, 9.30am - 3pm, at St. John's COMMUNITY CENTRE, in Hucknall (opposite the Yew Tree pub). We offer companionship, a hot meal, freshly - cooked…
LIFE is a learning provision for adults aged 19+ with learning difficulties and/or disabilities from all areas of Nottinghamshire. We a not-for-profit Community Interest Company (CIC) working for the benefit of the community. For Adults aged 19+ with learning difficulties or disabilities. Attendees can bring alcohol up…
0115 975 7712
“Our Voice” aims to unite people through music and showcase the potential of people with disabilities, raising public awareness of the skills and abilities of people with disabilities, and supporting the development of stronger social networks. The choir is inclusive regardless of ability and is…
Friendship groups for the over 60’s. Are you looking to meet new friends and join in new and varied activities? Come along and join us for a chance to chat, chill, have a laugh together and enjoy a two course lunch. We meet in two…
Wednesdays but any time weather permitting - Allotment plot used by different groups on different days - please contact for details.
If you are looking for community training courses please click here to access all current courses listed on the site.
Provides services and information to the public in Ashfield in areas including social care, leisure, community, environment, health, traffic, local economy and learning. https://www.ashfield.gov.uk/contact-us/
If you are homeless now or in danger of becoming homeless, you should contact the Homelessness Section as soon as possible. We also produce a guide that you can download with useful advice and contact numbers, the temporary Accommodation and Advice Guide.
Follow the link to find out about the services that are available to you locally.
Homes for older people, couples without children or people with disabilities.