Local support and activities groups in the Newforest
What activities are there organised in the Newforest ? What support groups are there in the area for you and your family ?
Here at Bluebird Care New Forest , we realise that our elderly community is becoming more and isolated, However, the area is well-resourced with some amazing support and activities groups , where your beloved could go for lunches , or activities.
It is a good way to try to engage with the wider community. Our health care teams can help your beloved to get ready in the morning and to go to these events or even accompany them.
Or when you are the main carer for your beloved, it can be draining and you need some support as well.
Art Dementia New Forest - Fordingbridge:
Art Dementia New Forest - Lymington:
Art Dementia New Forest - Milford on sea
Fordingbridge Carers Hub, 4th Friday of the month
Every 4th Friday of each month, 2.00pm - 4.00pm at the Avonway Community Centre,36 Shaftesbury Street, Fordingbridge SP6 1JF
This small support group for people who are looking for support whilst looking after a person with dementia. This group has been established for a while so it is a friendship group who come together for a cuppa and a natter. if you are recntly bereaved and looking for companionship , do pop in as well. Sarah,the community manager will wellcome you with open arms.
Contact Sarah Winteridge on Tel: 01425 654426
Lymington Support Group
Music for a Healthy Mind , Milford On Sea
Milford on Sea Community Centre, Sea Road,
Milford on Sea, SO41 0PH
2nd & 4th Thursday each month, 2.00 pm
Tel: 01590 644861
New Milton Dementia Action Group Community Allotment
Becton Lane, New Milton, BH25 7DL
Every Tuesday 10.00am-1.00pm
Milford Carers Café
Milford Carers Café
Milford Community Centre, Sea Road, Milford on Sea SO41 0PG
2nd Thursday of each month, 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Tel: 01590 645739
New Milton - Memory works Group
Parkinson's UK: New Forest Group Meeting
Monthly on the third Thursday
(From 14:00 until 16:00)
Martin Hall-Patch - New Forest Chair
We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers. We also organise regular events and social activities. Join us - and meet other people affected by Parkinson's in your area.
These meetings do not run in December.
You can also see our website here for more details about us.
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