Due to the coronavirus outbreak, and because most of us fall within the vulnerable criteria, we are temporarily closed. However Jen is still taking enquiries if you are interested in coming along once we reopen.
Stay safe and well, and hope to hear from you soon.
We help adults with long-term physical or mental health issues who live within the Borough of Southend. We provide a safe, welcoming and friendly space for people who find it hard to socialise due to their health. Members come to make things, learn new crafts and have fun. We help to fight the social isolation that often accompanies disability and long-term health conditions, and specialise in invisible disability. We follow the social model of disability.
We know how daunting it can be to join a new group for the first time if you don't know anyone there, so Jen is happy to meet up for a coffee and a chat before you attend your first session. The initial session is free, carers are welcome and we suggest bringing a project from home so that you are comfortable.
All refreshments are included within the membership fee.
Who to contact
Royal Naval Association
- Contact Name
- Jen Snow
- Contact Position
- 07941 133551
- Craftable Website
The venue is fully accessible with ramps to the front door and disabled toilet facilities.
- When is it on
- We meet every Thursday afternoon from 1.30 to 4.30pm
- Day(s) of week
- Time of day
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £4.00 per session £1 per session
- First taster session free for new members and their carers. The normal rate is £4.00 per member per session, and £1.00 per carer per session.
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Members may self-refer or be referred by friends, family or healthcare professionals.
While there are spaces currently available, a waiting list may come into operation.
Anyone interested in joining our small group are requested in the first instance to contact Jen Snow (details provided above) to discuss requirements, interests etc before attending for the first time.
- Other notes
Adults with long-term health conditions, who are socially isolated or are experiencing social anxiety within the Southend area are catered for.
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- Last user update: 01 Dec 2020
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