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Talk Community Hubs: Hereford

A photo of Hereford Cathedral and the Old Bridge

Simpson Hall in Burghill

Burghill Talk Hub

Simpson Hall, Burghill, HR4 7RW
01432 760816  •  jfhelme@gmail.com

The Burghill Talk Hub, run by the Burghill & Tillington Good Neighbour Scheme, is available at Simpson Hall, every second Friday of the month from 10am to 12pm.

It forms part of our Community Café, so you will also be able to enjoy drinks, delicious cakes and good company.

We will have a dedicated computer you can use, to help you find information, services, groups and activities in the local area and across Herefordshire.  If you can't find what you need, our trained assistant will be able to help signpost you to the relevant website or telephone number.

Our Talk Hub is also available via telephone, at all times, by calling the Good Neighbour Scheme on 01432 760816, where Joe or Joanna Helme will be able to help you find the information you need.

Challenge Community Church logo

Challenge Community Church

40 Belmont Road, Hereford, HR2 7JW
01432 277676  •  info@ccchurch.org.uk

We offer a friendly coffee morning every Thursday from 10am to 12pm.

Come and join us for filter coffee, freshly brewed tea, homemade cakes and a really good natter!

Our lovely volunteers are also on hand to provide wellbeing information, initial debt advice and signposting to local groups, services and activities.  We are also joined most weeks by a qualified barrister, who can offer free legal advice on a range of issues.

We look forward to welcoming you to our hub’s coffee morning.

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Dinedor Village Hall

Church Road, Dinedor, HR2 6LQ
01432 870666  •  hub@dinedorvillagehall.org.uk

Dinedor Village Hall lies at the heart of our rural community, and as a Talk Community Hub, is a place where our friendly volunteers can assist residents to use the internet to access information and signposting, along with learning about local and countywide groups and activities, to support their wellbeing and independence.

We also hold monthly community events, which all residents are welcome to attend, so they can meet and make friends in our newly refurbished hall and gain further support.  Please note these events are currently on hold, due to Covid-19 restrictions.

While Covid-19 restrictions continue to apply, our volunteers are available via telephone or e-mail and we endeavour to respond to resident enquires within 24 hours.  Please contact us on 01432 870666 or hub@dinedorvillagehall.org.uk.

The exterior of Herefordshire Veteran Support Centre in West Street, Hereford

Herefordshire Veteran Support Centre

19 West Street, Hereford, HR4 0BX
07792 881354 / 01432 260656  •  sean.gane@herefordshire.gov.uk

We offer a friendly one stop shop for advice, guidance, support and signposting for all veterans, serving personnel, their families and carers.  We also offer consultations and group work, designed to suit different needs, along with a range of activities.

We’re open every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am to 5pm, so please get in touch and see how we can help and support you today.

A volunteer working on a computer inside the Herefordshire Veteran Support Centre

Hinton Community Centre

Hinton Community Centre

21 Ross Road, Hereford, HR2 7RJ
07525 452110 (before 7pm)

We offer a safe place where you can access information and signposting to activities, groups and services in the local area or across the county.

We might be operating slightly differently at the moment, but our friendly volunteers are still available to help every Tuesday from 12pm to 4pm.

Please call or text in advance to book an appointment.

Putson Baptist Church

Putson Baptist Church

41 Web Tree Avenue, Hereford, HR2 6HQ
01432 357700  •  pastor@putsonbaptistchurch.co.uk

We provide a friendly information and signposting service, to help you find out about local services and groups. 

We're also currently providing emergency food boxes for residents living in the local community, who are in urgent need of provisions, such as tea, coffee, cereal, tinned goods, pasta, fruit and vegetables. 

We are dealing with all enquiries via telephone or e-mail, so please get in touch and we will respond within 24 hours.  If we are unable to answer your call, please do leave a voicemail message with your contact details.

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St Martin’s FoodShare

South Wye, Hereford
07563 382872  •  david.bland@hereford.anglican.org

We offer a public food share and mobile Talk Community Hub at three locations across South Wye, in Hereford.  You're more than welcome to join us in the open air, as we provide food given to us to share with the community, along with making use of our free internet access and information and signposting support to local services, groups and activities, at the same time. 

You will find us at:

  • Belmont Community Centre
    Eastholme Avenue, HR2 7UQ
    Friday 11:30am to 12:30pm

  • Hunderton Scouts Hut
    Blackmarston Road, HR2 7AJ
    Monday 10:30am to 11:30am

  • St Martin’s Church and Hall
    89 Ross Road, HR2 7RJ
    Monday 9:30am to 10:30am


If you'd like to find out more about our food share or mobile Talk Community Hub, please e-mail david.bland@hereford.anglican.org.  We endeavour to respond to all enquiries within 24 hours.

A group of St Martin’s FoodShare volunteers outside Belmont Community Centre in Hereford

The entrance to St Peter's Church in Hereford

St Peter’s Talk Community Hub

St Peter’s Church, St Peter’s Square, Hereford, HR1 2DL
andy.dodwell@spsj.org.uk

Our Talk Community Hub is held in St Peter’s Church every Monday* from 11am to 2pm.  It’s run by our friendly and knowledgeable volunteers and you can drop in at any time to access wellbeing information and signposting to hundreds of different services, groups, activities and events, taking place both in Hereford and across the county.

Our church is also available for personal reflection, prayer, community lunch and craft groups on different days throughout the week.  Please come along and join us.

*  Excluding bank holidays

Volunteers at St Peter's Talk Community Hub in Hereford

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The Courtyard

Edgar Street, Hereford, HR4 9JR

Our Talk Community Hub is a hub with a difference!  Our hubs will run alongside existing events taking place at The Courtyard, with time allocated for people to ask questions and receive appropriate information and signposting.

Our first hub was run virtually on Saturday 13 March, following the performance of Hush Now - Hidden Women.  If this unique approach is successful, we will be holding more hubs in the future, hopefully in person once Covid-19 restrictions allow.  Watch this space for future hub dates being announced!

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The Life and Soul Kitchen

Unit 1, Three Elms Trading Estate, Hereford, HR4 9PU
01432 351968  •  thelifeandsoulkitchen@outlook.com

We have a designated Talk Community Hub set up within our café area, which is available Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 3pm.

You will be able to use digital devices to access any online wellbeing information and guidance you may need.  Our friendly Talk Community volunteers will also be available to help, if you need it.

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The Living Room

10 Commercial Road, Hereford, HR1 2BB
01432 381838  •  thelivingroomhereford@gmail.com

The Living Room's friendly volunteers offer a range of different services, including a Café, Community Larder and Community Space, alongside information, guidance and signposting for those who may benefit from finding local services or groups.

We also offer emergency food parcels for those in financial hardship, so please get in touch if you need to arrange a parcel.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, our Talk Community Hub is currently available via telephone and e-mail, every Thursday between 1pm and 5pm.  We aim to respond to all enquiries within 24 hours.

A painting of the village of Wellington

Wellington Talk Community Hub

Our virtual hub, run by WellLINK, can help you stay up to date and connected to the local Wellington community, through our friendly information and signposting service. 

We're maximising the use of technology to enable us to help more people, in more ways, including via our website, Facebook page and even the village noticeboards.

If you want to find wellbeing information or local services, groups and activities, take a look and see how we can help.