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Time to Talk Chat & Share Group, 30th April

The Time to Talk Chat & Share Group is an opportunity for Plymouth residents with disabilities or sensory loss to come together in a friendly & supportive environment to discuss what is important to them. The next session will take place on Tuesday 30th April at Improving Lives Plymouth. See the flyer below for booking info.

Early Years Daycare Tender Opportunity

Plymouth City Council are seeking a contractor to provide a childcare provision in a purpose built building in the Beacon Centre, North Prospect Road for the delivery of childcare 0-12 years. The contractor will be responsible for service delivery and all aspects of associated costs. A lease agreement will be issued to the successful bidder.…
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Access Plymouth Meeting Room Hire Brochure

Meeting Room Hire Brochure

The Elder Tree Volunteering

The Elder Tree is looking for volunteers to become befrienders, especially in the Plympton and Plymstock areas. What is the Elder Tree befriending service like? It basically consists of visiting beneficiaries in their own homes, spending an hour with them for a chat and a cup of tea. As simple as that! This has helped…
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Citizen Action Day

POP+, Real Ideas Organisation and The Alternative UK are collaborating to bring a Citizen Action Day to Plymouth on 29th March at the Devonport Guildhall. We want to ask the question “if we were going to double the amazing stuff already happening in communities, what would we need to do?”. Then we want to have a more provocative discussion…
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Plymouth Neighbourhood & Communities Network Launch

The new Plymouth Neighbourhood and Communities Network was launched on 2nd March at a conference held at Age UK Mount Gould, which was attended by 84 local people from neighbourhoods and communities across the city. The first meeting of the network will be held on Wednesday 15th May 12:00-14:30 at a community venue in North…
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Dementia Carers Support Programme

The Sensory Trust are running a new carers support programme exploring how nature-based activities can help a carer’s health and well-being. Come along to Moments Cafe and Community Hub on one of the dates below to find out more, or contact Wendy at wbrewin@sensorytrust.org.uk or 01726 222900.

Plymouth Sign Language Choir

The inaugural meeting of Plymouth’s new Sign Language Choir will take place Thursday 28 February from 19:00-20:00 at the Blake Lodge.

POP+ Thursday Feedback

The last POP+ Thursday was all about how we need to change the way we operate. We need to focus on relationships at all levels. This was made real by John Hamblin talking honestly and openly about the experiences he and Shekinah have gone through in the last 6 year or more as they have…
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Compassionate Plymouth Workshops

Compassionate Plymouth are hosting a number of free creative workshops throughout February. Come along and explore how compassion for self, others and community can positively transform our lives, work and city! Find out more here. 

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