Self Help Groups
Home from Hospital in Bassetlaw Royal Voluntary Service
Royal Voluntary Service C/O Royal Voluntary Service Shop Bassetlaw Hospital Blyth Road, Worksop Nottinghamshire
Support for the over 50's returning home from hospital. Service users can self refer by telephone or email. Worksop 01909 484437
AA Alcoholics Anonymous
Worksop meetings held at: Abbey Street Community Centre, Abbey Street. Retford meetings held at: St Saviours Church Community Centre, Welham Road, Retford.
AA is a voluntary fellowship of men and women who are alcoholics and who help each other to achieve and maintain sobriety by sharing experiences and giving mutual support.
Bassetlaw Hospice Day Care Unit
Bassetlaw Hospice Cedar House North Road Retford
Day Care provides support to patients and their carers who have a life limiting illness: Emotional/Social, Psychological, Symptom Management, Advice and Information. It also provides support to cancer survivors and the bereaved.
Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases
Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases MPS House Repton Place White Lion Road Amersham Buckinghamshire
The Society for Mucopolysaccharide Diseases (the MPS Society) is the only UK charity supporting individuals and families affected by MPS and related diseases. These are progressive, life limiting genetic conditions.
British Wheel of Yoga
BWY Central Offic British Wheel of Yoga 25 Jermyn Street Sleaford Lincolnshire,
The British Wheel of Yoga (BWY) is the largest yoga membership organisation in the country. We are committed to promoting a greater understanding of yoga and its safe practice through experience, education, discussion, study and training.
Bridge Club at Worksop
Worksop Cricket and Sports Club Central Avenue Worksop Notts
Worksop Bridge Club in Nottinghamshire is a great place where you can come together with similar like minded people who would like to get together and push a few playing cards around the green felt.
Action for Blind People
RNIB College Radmoor Road Loughborough Leicestershire
On 1 April 2017, Action for Blind People merged with RNIB. This allows us to help more blind and partially sighted people by combining our services, knowledge and expertise within one charity. Action’s vital work will continue through RNIB.