Talk Community Hubs: Bromyard
Bromyard Methodist Church, 20 New Road, Bromyard, HR7 4AJ
Mondays 10am – 2.30pm
In conjunction with Talk Community, Age UK Hereford and Localities are running a Cookery Club Hub for the over 50s to meet, cook, and eat together as part of their Sheds Together project.
If you would like to learn new skills, make new friends and get some great ideas for recipes on a budget, please come along. We look forward to meeting you!
Sessions cost just £2.50 and all ingredients and equipment for whipping up a delicious meal for you to enjoy are included.
If you would like to attend, please email: email@example.com or call: 0333 0066 299
Bishops Frome Village Centre
The Green, Bishops Frome, WR6 5AR
07764 578410 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Our hub provides a range of different activities and services for local residents, including a Community Shop, Post Office and Internet Café (please note that some of our services may not be available during the coronavirus pandemic).
Alongside this, we also run a Games afternoon on the first Monday of each month from 2pm - 4pm. We're also available to help with information and signposting to local services, support, groups or activities, the first Thursday of each month from 10am to 12pm, at our Talk Community Café.
Bromyard Food Bank and Money Advice Centre
07942 672077 / 07434 669103
We offer a food bank (07942 672077) and money advice service (07434 669103) to help support residents in the local community.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch and find out how we can support you and your family. Find out more on our Bromyard Food Bank and Money Advice Centre page.
Burley Gate Village Hall, Burley Gate, HR1 3QR
07852 202353 • email@example.com
Come and join us for tea and cake, meet old friends and make new ones.
HOPE Community Hub
HOPE Centre, Hereford Road, Bromyard, HR7 4QU
01885 488495 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Our community hub is available every Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. We have a great team of friendly and experienced staff and volunteers available, who are currently working virtually to offer support, services, information and signposting to help the local community. If you need any help or support, please get in touch.
The Bromyard Centre Hub
Cruxwell Street, Bromyard, HR7 4EB
01885 470309 • email@example.com
Our welcoming Talk Community Hub drop-in sessions take place every Tuesday from 11.30am to 1.30pm at Halo's The Bromyard Centre. Come along, enjoy a free cuppa (or three) and biscuits with us, and get to know people in your community. You’ll be able to access health and wellbeing information, look into other help and support that might be available for a range of issues, and get to know more about what’s going on locally.
There’s no need to book, and you can drop by any time throughout the hub session or are welcome to stay for the whole time.
Outside of the drop-in time, our hub has a digital device (tablet) available from our reception here at The Bromyard Centre, which you can drop in and use whenever the centre is open, to find health and wellbeing information, services and activities in your area. Get comfy on our chairs dotted around, and use the tablet at your leisure to access the Talk Community Directory. Staff will be able to lend a hand should anyone need a little support.
There is a digital community hub and Whitbourne table tennis club (WTTC) is held at Whitbourne village hall .
Whitbourne, Meadow Green, Worcester, WR6 5RN.
Hub opening hours are Mondays 7pm - 9pm (except bank holidays) entrance is free to those not playing table tennis and hot drinks and biscuits are provided.
There is free Wi Fi and a digital device (tablet/ipad) is available for people who do not have computer access at home.
Our aim is to provide a service that will be used by the local community to access information and signpost to the appropriate support services, agencies and local hubs. This will empower local people to gain information on local services and activities, contributing to well-being and helping to make them feel more integrated in the community.