Social and Support Groups
Exercise on Referral - Bassetlaw District Council
Bassetlaw District Council Queens Buildings Worksop Notts
Bassetlaw's Exercise on Referral programme is working towards helping improve the health and well-being of people suffering from a variety of medical conditions by supporting them to lead a more active lifestyle.
Carlton Healthy Living Club
June Fearne c/o Bassetlaw Self Help Link, Retford Action Centre, Canal Street, Retford,
Open alternate Wednesdays 10am to 12 noon at the Cleveland Road Community Centre, Carlton in Lindrick. Activities include Exercise, Healthy Cooking and Looking at a healthy lifestyle. Please call for more details.
Seated Exercise - Retford
Sutton Cum Lound Village Hall, Town Street, Lound, Retford, Nottinghamshire,
Qualified trainer who will cater for beginners. Exercise focuses on keeping muscle tone, stretching, flexibility and raising heart rate gently. Refreshments after exercises. £2.50 per session.
Christopher Cargill House 21-23 Pelham Road Nottingham
The Carers Federation is dedicated to supporting carers of all ages and the people they look after. It is now a diverse organisation offering a wide range of services to individuals and the wider community.
Independent Age UK
Provide information and advice service for older people, their families and carers, focusing on social care, welfare benefits and befriending services. This is integrated with local support, including one to one and group befriending schemes.
Clowne & District Community Transport - CT4TC
Unit 10, Crossroads Business Park 10 Creswell Road Clowne Chesterfield
CT4TC offers affordable transport for community groups on a regular or occasional basis. Groups currently using our vehicles include sporting groups, schools, self help groups, nursing homes and special interest groups.
Worksop and District Live at Home Scheme
Worksop Live at Home Scheme 64 Dadley Road Carlton in Lindrick Worksop Nottinghamshire
The Worksop & District Live at Home Scheme offers a range of services for older people. We want to enable older people to stay living independently in their own homes for as long as possible, with the best possible quality of life.
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.
Alzheimers Society - Costhorpe and Retford
Community Centre 35 Northumberland Avenue Costhorpe Worksop Nottinghamshire
The Alzheimer's Society offer a wide range of services. In Bassetlaw these include: dementia advice and support services, Harworth Carers Group, Bassetlaw telephone information, Retford Dementia Care.
Beckingham Village Institute
Beckingham village Institute High Street
At present the Institute provides for billiards, snooker, darts, pool and dominoes. It is open from 10.00 a.m. until 10.00 p.m. every day of the week except Sunday, and is closed on Christmas Day and Good Friday.
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.
Royal Voluntary Service (Nottinghamshire)
Royal Voluntary Service, The Crossing, Newcastle Street, Worksop, S80 2AT
This Home From Hospital Services is available to anyone aged 50 plus who is registered to a Bassetlaw GP and aims to support a person during their recovery after a stay in hospital / a medical setting (i.e. rehabilitation unit or nursing home).
Action for Blind People
RNIB College Radmoor Road Loughborough
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.
CALM - Campaign Against Living Miserably
The Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) is leading a movement against male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK. Join the campaign to take a stand against male suicide and get the tools you need for action.