You can find all the groups that use The Pelham on a regular basis in the directory below. If you are interested in attending a group please get in touch with them directly for more details.
Boathouse Sensory Group are a performing arts group that help adults with supported learning express themselves creatively whilst meeting new people and regular friends in the weekly sessions.
ChatterBex is an 'active' Social Group for Bexhill residents aged over 40; couples and singles. All members meet up regularly to chat over coffee or enjoy various social activities, as suggested by members.
Informal, with no fees and no committee.
Search for ‘ChatterBex’ on Facebook for more details
Cherish Social Health & Wellbeing
Latest News from their website:
Activities begin in October this year and run until September 2018, with more details to be confirmed shortly.
For this project, we are focussing on our signature service, Creative-ability. We want to build on our previous work and success. Papercrafting will be the dominant theme but we hope to be introducing other genres to meet the varied interests and experience of beneficiaries. Following their enthusiasm and commitment there will be short courses of workshops, enabling people in a supportive environment not only to acquire & build up skills but also to find companionship.
As a small, user led organisation, Cherish is dedicated to supporting disabled people by the provision of life skills coaching & mentoring, principally through Creative-ability. We are recognised for our training, experience and service delivery and respected by our beneficiaries and peers, for our authentic empathy.
Please see the website for more details.
CAP – Free Debt Counselling
Weekly Drop in- Thursday 9.30am- 12.30pm in The Pelham Coffee Lounge
Bexhill on Sea Debt Centre is run in partnership with Sidley Baptist Church and gives free debt help to anyone who feels weighed down by debt.
We exist because nobody should be held hostage by debt and poverty. But the truth is that they are rife in the UK. In a society where people live behind closed doors, thousands are desperately poor. Unable to feed their children, incapable of paying to heat their homes in winter, the grip of poverty is relentless. It breaks families apart and drives many to think that suicide is the only solution.
We are passionate about releasing people in our nation from a life sentence of debt, poverty and their causes. Through our services, which are all run through local churches, we are tackling poverty head on. Our vision is to bring freedom and good news to people in every community through 1,000 CAP projects by 2021.
Community Chef run courses for Cookery Leaders at The Pelham during each year.
A group of self employed independent Personal Assistants for the disabled meet every 7 weeks to find out about what’s going on, changes to legislation etc with guest 3rd parties and representatives.
In association with Support with Confidence.
Fresh Visions run a project called Build Yourself which teaches 18-24 year olds DIY skills whilst building confidence, teamwork and giving a sense of accomplishment.
They did a fantastic job on the stairway to the Ballroom!
Contact Lisa Buckland, Project Officer, to book a place and to find out about the next course, on 01424 776673 or 0800 121 60 60. Or text Build Yourself to 07815 575 753.
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