The Connect Service- can help you by finding info about local services, activities & opportunities. If needed, Connect staff can work with you around money issues, housing problems, health management & other things. This short-term support will be tailored to your needs & will focus on achieving what you want in a way that suits you.
If after exploring these options you feel you may need more support, then you might need to have a Care & Support Assessment. This will allow you to explain the things you are finding hard to achieve & we will discuss with you how we might be able to help you.
The aim of the assessment will always be to help you regain or maintain a level of independence. We will carry out the assessment in the most proportionate way depending on your needs, this could be over the telephone or at one of our clinics.
Please contact us on 0300 500 80 80, an advisor can help you with your options and may complete a referral for a care and support assessment.
The Holocaust Centre promotes an understanding of the roots of discrimination and prejudice, and the development of ethical values, leading to a greater understanding within society. The Centre uses the history of genocide as a model of how society can break down, and emphasises how current and future generations must carefully examine and learn from these tragedies. The Centre promotes respect for human rights, equal opportunities and good citizenship, which has greater resonance than ever in our culturally diverse society.
The Holocaust Centre provides a range of facilities for people of all backgrounds to explore the history and implications of the Holocaust. These include the Holocaust exhibition, The Journey, memorial gardens, bookshop and coffeeshop. There are also seminar and research facilities for students, teachers, scholars, professionals and many others.
As the largest voluntary sector provider of adult education, we deliver over 9,500 part-time courses for over 70,000 students across England and Scotland. We bring education into the heart of communities, providing high-quality, student-centred and tutor-led education to adults, whatever your age or stage in life.
Not everyone has access to the opportunities provided by education. We believe they should. That’s why we at the WEA help adults learn, no matter where they are, no matter what their circumstances.
We’ve been helping adults to learn since 1903, and with 2,300 course locations around the country, it means there is a WEA within the reach of 80% of the people that need it most. We take our courses out into communities nationwide, reaching people that conventional adult education can’t because they are often the ones that need it most.
Our professional tutors take the time to build trust and empathy with each student we teach, so we understand how learning can improve their lives, not just what their learning needs are inside the classroom. See how WEA courses have changed the lives of people like Lisa, Margaret, a community in Rochdale and many more people by reading our inspiring stories.
Here are 10 reasons to sign up to a WEA course today:
U3A is a learning cooperative which enables members to learn from each other by sharing their knowledge, skills and experience. Membership is restricted to those who are no longer in full time employment. Activities include architecture, gardening, walking, bridge, luncheon club and French. Social evenets and theatre visits are also arranged. Knit and natter group, sewing, card making, felting, crochet etc.
2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. 9.30-12.00pm at Grove Street Methodist Church.
First visit free then £20 yearly registration fee and £2 per week payable. Covers monthly general meetings and a wide variety of interest groups.
Currently we have 39 groups with more being added on a regular basis,offering a diverse range of activities. Each Group is self organised and new members are welcome to join an existing group. If you have a particular interest and there is no group currently running, please do not hesitate in getting a group started! Committee members will be available to give you as much guidance and help that is necessary to get any new group up and running.
The monthly General Meeting is held at St Anne's Church Hall, Harrington Street off Newcastle Avenue, Worksop S80 1NQ at 2 pm on the third Thursday of each month. (Please see Events for more details).
At Transform we are committed to transforming lives through our unique training courses and programmes. The foundation of our work is emotional resilience, and all of our activity promotes positive personal development, well-being and inclusion.
We are a registered charity that delivers programmes and training to support disadvantaged young people in our local communities.
We are specialist emotional resilience trainers and can deliver our bespoke training programmes in schools, in the community, to corporate teams, and to other professionals in support roles.
Intensive Young People's Development Programmes
Our intensive Young People's Development Programmes are designed to provide long term consistent support to young people who are facing challenges in their lives and need to know they can get through the tough times and have a future.
Our programmes provide intensive and consistent support to young people who are facing difficult times, such as exploitation and violence, poverty, offending or alcohol or drugs misuse.
A unique participatory arts project for young people with learning disabilities
Breakaway is a participatory arts project for young people with learning disabilities. Our weekly sessions include music, dance, drama, visual arts and live performance, but they also support the personal development and progression of the young people
Arts, wellbeing and training programmes for young people with learning disabilities transitioning into adulthood.
We are launching a new daytime programme for young adults with learning disabilities who have left education, and are looking for further support and training to help them move forward into adulthood and independence.
Short training courses to support unemployed young adults who are struggling to find work.
Our Bounce Back training programmes help to build the confidence and motivation needed to find work and stay in employment. We work with individuals on the programme to determine what barriers are preventing them from finding work, and also help them to explore what kind of job they would really like.
Moped loan is our most financially sustainable transport, it helps you save money. Whilst you loan one of our mopeds we cover the cost of: road tax, insurance, breakdown assistance, services and maintenance; and essential safety clothing is included too!
All you need to do is pay for your petrol and weekly payments to W2W.
Get fit and get there faster! Bicycles are best for shorter journeys to work or training, or when you can get a bus or train but it’s a bit far at the other end!
We can provide:
New pedal bikes up to an agreed price limit
Electric bikes (weekly loan charge payable)
Reconditioned pedal bikes
If you are able to meet us at a bike sale, it may be possible for you to take one of the reconditioned bicycles away on the day.