Talk Community Hubs: Hereford
Canal Road, Hereford, HR1 2EA
Tucked away in a quiet spot in the heart of Hereford, The Aspire Community Hub is easily accessible and open to all.
Open every Tuesday - Friday 10am-2pm it offers a community cafe, public access computers, meeting spaces, signposting support and health and wellbeing activities all in one place in a friendly and inclusive way.
Regular updates are shared through the Aspire Facebook page
and the Aspire website .
Belmont Talk Community Hub
Eastholme Avenue, Belmont, Hereford, HR2 7UQ
01432 263415 • firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer a safe place where you can access wellbeing information and signposting to activities, groups and services in the local area or across the county.
Our friendly volunteers are available to help every Thursday from 9.30am to 12pm, so pop along and say hello and enjoy a cup of tea at the same time in our fantastic Community Café.
Belmont Community Centre is also home to a wide range of other clubs, organisations and activities, catering for all ages, which everyone is welcome to join. You’ll find us south of the River Wye, just outside of Hereford city centre, so we’re only a 20 minute walk or short cycle away. If you need to drive, we also have free parking available to the side of the building (you’ll find us just off Belmont Road at the Tesco roundabout).
To keep up to date with everything that’s going on, don’t forget to follow us on Facebook.
Burghill Talk Hub
Simpson Hall, Burghill, HR4 7RW
The Burghill Talk Hub, run by the Burghill Parish Council, is available at Simpson Hall, every second Friday of the month from 10am to 12pm.
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. Come along and enjoy refreshments provided by the Good Neighbour Scheme. You may also choose a variety of books from the Community Library run by Burghill CAP and purchase green bags if required.
Our Talk Hub is also available via telephone, by calling 07889285657. A member of the Burghill Talk Hub Team will assist you in finding the information that you may require. If you cannot get through please leave a message and we will get back to you. Alternatively you may email: email@example.com
Challenge Community Church
40 Belmont Road, Hereford, HR2 7JW
01432 277676 • firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Close House Talk Community Hub
3 St Peters Close, Commercial Street, Hereford, HR1 2DL
01432 274239 • email@example.com
We offer a safe space for young people aged 11 to 24 to access activities, groups and services. We provide opportunities to get creative and expressive through our Art and Music After School Workshops or to become engaged within the community via our EPIC Volunteering Programme.
Our weekly Talk Community Hub is available every Wednesday from 12:30pm to 2:30pm and runs alongside existing sessions. We also offer additional support to help those over 24 years old to access wellbeing information and signposting to services, groups and activities across the county, via phone, e-mail or the Close House website.
To visit our weekly hub, please book via phone, e-mail or social media. We may be able to offer additional days and times too, so get in touch and find out more.
We also hold Close House Community Days throughout the year. Keep up to date with everything that’s going on via our website or follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
The Fred Bulmer Centre
firstname.lastname@example.org • Wall Street, Hereford, HR4 9HP
Our team here at The Fred Bulmer Centre welcome you to come along to our Talk Community Hub, every Thursday from 9am to 5pm. We can support you with getting onto and looking at the information, services and activities on the Talk Community Directory (we have a laptop for you to use). So if you have a question, or would like to know what’s happening in your area, or would simply enjoy a chat, pop along and see us.
We are nestled in the centre of Hereford, near the city bus station, and are home to various charities including NAS (National Autistic Society), E R Arts, Herefordshire Community Foundation, LOOK, Phoenix Bereavement, Wye Valley Mediation and Cruse Bereavement. The charities within the centre will also be on hand at our hub, to assist you with any questions you may have (subject to their availability).
Our Talk Community Hub is located in the main reception area at Hereford County Hospital and is open:
- Mondays from 10am until 4pm
- Tuesdays from 10am until 1pm
- Wednesdays from 1pm until 4pm
The Hub is manned by volunteers and opening times are subject to change, so please call ahead on 01432 355444 to check opening times if you are making a special journey.
Our friendly Trust volunteers are on hand at the Hub, providing wellbeing information and signposting people to services, groups, and events across the county.
Our volunteers can email or print a bespoke leaflet for you with the relevant information to you and any handy contact details to organisations, services and community groups.
Flip Out Pumped up Hereford
Unit 21, Mortimer Trading Centre, Mortimer Rd, Hereford, HR4 9SP
01432 370500 • email@example.com
You are all very welcome to visit our Talk Community Hub @ Flip Out Hereford every Wednesday 11am – 1pm. Our wonderful employees and volunteers will be able to navigate the Talk Community Directory and other materials so that you can access the required information about services, groups and activities in your local area and across Herefordshire and learn how you can get involved!
Flip out are encouraging everyone who visits to ask about Talk Community and seek further information on how they can support their wellbeing, independence, access groups and activities and even perhaps volunteer in their community.There is also a café available to purchase refreshments!
Flip Out are excited to be a Talk Community Hub and to be that link that brings people together and connects you to the local groups and services across Herefordshire.
We look forward seeing you soon.
Herefordshire FA, SSAFA County Ground, Widemarsh Common, Hereford, HR4 9NA
Wednesday 12pm – 6pm
5pm – 6pm football session
Our Talk Community Hub is a place where our friendly staff and volunteers can support access to local information on groups and activities you can get involved in. Join in with our friendly Hub every Wednesday, any time between 12pm and 6pm, where you can get lots of helpful wellbeing information and find out what’s available in your local community.
We’re proud to be a Talk Community Hub, which fits well with our supporting everyone to be able to be active and look after their health, in a safe and respected environment.
Based in our state-of-the-art County ground and offices, there is free parking, our Talk Community Hub also runs alongside all our weekly activities and support of grass roots football in clubs across the county.
From 5pm – 6pm there’s a football session where you can join a regular weekly 6-a-side game.
Get in touch via email on firstname.lastname@example.org (24 hour response time)
We’re offering a coffee morning with a difference, on the last Friday of the month, from 10am to 2pm.
Come along to our hub for a cup of tea or coffee, and meet a different charity or group each month. It’s a great way to get to know what our different fantastic charities and community organisations do; and a good opportunity for the organisations too, to spread the word about their services and activities.
Watch out for our posters, to see who’s visiting us next, on our social media and the Talk Community Directory What’s on calendar. If you’d like to meet the organisation, to ask for more information, come along. If you’d like to simply have a chat and a cuppa, we’d love to see you.
Staff and volunteers will be on hand too, if you’d like to find out more about activities in your area. You’ll be able to access health and wellbeing information, and look into other help and support that might be available.
On home match days, the hub will be available in the Addison’s bar, with support from staff and volunteers.
Hereford Leisure Centre
Holmer Road, Hereford, HR4 9UD
01432 278178 • email@example.com
We’re proud to be a Talk Community Hub, to be a part of bringing people together and helping people connect to their local services and groups in their community.
Our hub here at Halo's Hereford Leisure Centre, is somewhere you can come along to, to access information to support your wellbeing and independence, and find out what's on in your local area. We have free internet access and a laptop here for you to use. There’s free hot drinks, water and biccies too.
You’ll have free access to our fantastic JumpInGym as part of our hub. JumpInGym gives your children the chance to play, learn and explore in a super soft safe environment, with accessible facilities. The beauty of JumpInGym is you get to supervise in comfort, while your children get to enjoy their own mini workout and have heaps of fun.
Our weekly social hub takes place on Mondays, from 1pm to 2.30pm. Come and along and join us.
Hereford Leisure Pool
St Martins Avenue, Hereford, HR2 7RQ
01432 272512 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Our welcoming Talk Community Hub drop-in sessions take place every Friday from 1pm to 2.30pm at Hereford Leisure Pool. 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 Hereford Leisure Pool, 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.
Belvedere Lane, Hereford, HR4 0PH
07496 173721 • email@example.com
We're pleased to offer a Talk Community hub every Sunday from 10am to 12pm. We look forward to being able to support the local community and help in any way possible.
Come along and enjoy the peaceful grounds along the River Wye with a cup of tea, a slice of homemade cake and a warm friendly chat with our staff.
We have free computer access in a beautiful setting to find out your local news, places to visit and any information to support your wellbeing and independence.
We look forward to welcoming new and old faces into our rugby family with open arms!
Old School Lane, Hereford, HR1 1EX
Opening times: Match days, generally Saturday and Sundays
Pop in for a chin wag in the clubroom when open, with tea and coffee available. Staff and volunteers will be on hand if you’d like to find out more about activities in your area. You’ll be able to access health and wellbeing information, and look into other help and support that might be available too!
Herefordshire Veteran Support Centre
19 West Street, Hereford, HR4 0BX
07792 881354 / 01432 260656 • firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
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.
Holme Lacy Village Hall, Bridge Road, Holme Lacy, HR2 6LP
We hold regular coffee mornings at Holme Lacy Village Hall, from 10:30am to 12.30pm. Please visit our website or Facebook page for all dates.
Please pop in and enjoy a coffee and a chat and if you need any local information or signposting to services, groups and activities, our friendly volunteers will be available to help you out. You can also drop us a note via the post box located on
the village hall wall in front of the entrance door too.
To keep up to date with all our local news, please follow our Facebook group or visit our website.
LwB Wellbeing Café
St Peter’s Church, Lugwardine, HR1 4AE
07941 335232 • email@example.com
We provide a friendly coffee morning in the lovely St Peter’s Church, on the third Wednesday of every month, from 10am to 12pm.
Our volunteer run café will also host a range of community led activities every month.
We invite you to pop along, grab a hot drink and join in with our monthly community activities. Our volunteers will also be able to help you access wellbeing information and signposting to services, groups and other activities taking place locally and across the county, using the Talk Community Directory.
If you’d like to get in touch outside of our monthly café, we endeavour to respond to all enquiries within 24 hours.
Marden Links Parish Hub is now open every Wednesday and Friday between 2-4pm. We are in the new unit situated between the Mini Market and Streets Hair Salon. We aim to help residents stay up to date and connected to their local Marden community, through our friendly information and support service, our community website and social media accounts. The Hub has a super fast internet facility, with ipads and a desktop computer available for visitors solo use, or with assistance by one of our trained volunteers. We can assist you to quickly find the information, advice or support you may need, or to be clearly signposted elsewhere. We are part of the wider Herefordshire Talk Community and as such if we can’t help you we are very likely to be able to direct you to a person or service who can. We are very grateful to have received a start up grant from the Herefordshire talk community to open our service. We are also developing a printed information and support booklet for those without access to, or who feel less comfortable with technology. This will mirror the content found on the community website and will run alongside the existing Marden Community Guide.
We look forward to warmly welcoming Marden parish residents you our lovely new hub rooms, we can offer a friendly chat and a cup of tea or coffee.
We also hold a list of volunteers who may be able to help out with more practical help, running errands etc.
To find out more or to get in touch, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org we will be pleased to hear from you
Putson Baptist Church
41 Web Tree Avenue, Hereford, HR2 6HQ
01432 357700 • email@example.com
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.
133 Edgar Street, Hereford, HR4 9TL
Onsite parking available
Tuesday to Friday 10:00am until 2:00pm
We’re excited to have a designated Talk Community Hub set up within our cafe, and to be part of bringing people together and supporting our local community.
We are able to offer information, guidance and signposting to local services and groups, to support your wellbeing and independence. There is also free internet access and a laptop for you to use.
Within our café we offer a ‘Pay it forward’ scheme to allow customers to buy a meal or hot drink for someone experiencing financial hardship.
We also have a well-equipped and independent children’s café area where your children can play in a safe space.
Tel: 01432 271 071
Response within 48 hrs
Saxon Hall, Hoarwithy Road, Hereford HR2 6HE
Every Tuesday 10am - 12.30pm / 1pm
Come along to this welcoming volunteer run coffee morning at Saxon Hall, where you can see a friendly face, grab a cuppa and get some support. Find plenty of information about what ‘s available in the community, signposting to relevant help and you can also get support from organisations including:
- Herefordshire Vision Links who provide a sensory service
- LookUK who support families with sight loss children/young people
- Women’s Aid West Midlands
- Putson Community Association
- St Martin’s FoodShare who share surplus food, making sure it doesn’t go to waste
- Veterans support
- Free parking
- Bike shelter
- Outdoor seating
- Sensory garden
- Children’s play area
St John’s Methodist Church
St. Owen's Street, Hereford, HR1 2PR
St. John's has a strong sense of its place in the community of Hereford City. We’re deeply involved in community activities, with a lovely full programme of regular activities and many special events throughout the year.
Come along and join us for “Coffee, Tea & Toast” at our Talk Community Hub on Saturdays from 10am to 12pm. We’re most certainly a Place of Welcome. Our volunteers are on hand to support if you’d like to know more about what’s on in your area, or if you’d like to look at the wellbeing information and services on the Talk Community Directory.
Our hub runs in addition to two of our valued, regular weekly activities. There’s our Twins and Tots group, which gives special support to families with young twins, and is highly regarded by many parents of young children in Hereford. Then there’s our luncheon club, which provides a great opportunity for people who might otherwise dine alone to enjoy an excellent lunch with people in a similar situation.
St Martin’s FoodShare
South Wye, Hereford
07563 382872 • firstname.lastname@example.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 email@example.com. We endeavour to respond to all enquiries within 24 hours.
St Paul's CofE Primary School
St Paul's CofE Primary School, Hampton Dene Road, Hereford, HR1 1UX
We offer a friendly coffee morning get together on the first Tuesday of each month, from 9.30am to 11.30am.
We're here for parents, for families, for all residents within our community. If you'd like to meet and chat with other parents and members of our community, come and join us. We're a place that brings people together and helps connect people to their local community.
Our volunteers and staff will be here, for a time to chat and to support if you'd like to access a range of wellbeing resources available through the Talk Community Directory.
Within the friendly space of St Paul’s Primary School, you can enjoy your cuppa (and possibly some cake too), have a chat, as you browse information about local activities and services. Pop in and find out more.
St Peter’s Talk Community Hub
St Peter’s Church, St Peter’s Square, Hereford, HR1 2DL
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
St Thomas Cantilupe Primary School
St Thomas Cantilupe Primary School, Coningsby Street, Hereford, HR1 2DY
Our hub offers a fun Stay and Play session for families with young children, so your little ones can enjoy some play time. We’ve a cosy reading corner with books and teddies galore, and an amazing area for budding builders. You can have a chat with the grown-ups too.
It’s a great way to make new friends. You can come along every Wednesday afternoon, from 1.30pm to 2.30pm, and meet others from your local community.
Pop along for a chat, or to access information to connect you to other activities and events in your local area, and across the county, to support your wellbeing and other support that you’re looking for.
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.
Watch this space for future events.
The Living Room
10 Commercial Road, Hereford, HR1 2BB
01432 381838 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Open Monday - Friday, 9am - 3pm
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.
We are open Monday - Friday 9-3pm as a hub where we offer advice, signposting, access to computers and lots of groups to help with loneliness, learning new skills and support.
The Pavilion, Castle Green
The Pavilion, Castle Green, Hereford, HR1 2NW
We have a fantastic active community group at Castle Green, and we’re now also offering a monthly Talk Community Hub.
Our hub drop-in sessions are run by our lovely volunteers, who can support to help you access wellbeing information and details about services, groups and activities in your local area and across Herefordshire. There’s plenty of tea and coffee for you to enjoy a free cuppa with us, and have a chat.
Our hub takes place in our Georgian pavilion, with the most beautiful outlook over the River Wye. We’re usually here on the first Thursday of the month, from 12pm to 1.30pm. Sometimes we need to alter the day that the hub is held - we'll put information up on the noticeboard outside The Pavilion and on our social media. Outside of the drop in session, you can email us on email@example.com and we can usually respond within 24 hours.
Come along and meet us – we truly are a breathing space in the heart of Hereford.
Our friendly hub is open at The Space every Monday to Friday from 9:30am to 2:30pm.
We offer a range of services, including support for unemployed people, short courses and we’re also an IT hub. You can pop in during these times to access free wellbeing information or signposting to various services, groups and activities, either in Hereford or across the county.
Wellington is an active, accessible and inclusive community and its joint venture with Herefordshire Council’s Talk Community Hubs to create an Information and Signposting Service is yet another initiative to help its residents lead fulfilled lives.
As a Talk Community Hub, we seek to do this in as confidential way as possible. We do not have an actual meeting place, but we maximise the benefits of technology. We use websites, Facebook and email as much as possible but to make sure we reach those residents without access to the internet we use Notice Boards throughout the Parish, Newsletters and the Welcome Magazine.
For information and regular updates:
- Take a look at your local Notice Boards
- Visit our Wellington Community website and view the What’s On and the Activities and Amenities pages
- Subscribe to email updates from the Community website
- Like / follow the Wellington Parish Council Facebook.
- Pick up a copy of the Welcome Magazine from the Village Shop
- We are part of the Wellington Parish Community Lead Plan Implementation Team which is affiliated to Wellington Parish Council and is committed to acting on parishioner’s wishes as expressed in the 2014 Community Lead Plan.
Wellington – an Active, Accessible and Inclusive Community.
Whitehouse Community Hub
Whitehouse Way, Tupsley, Hereford, HR1 1PG
Our Talk Community Hub runs alongside our varied activities at Whitehouse Community hub throughout the week, for the whole community. Our volunteers are here to help you access wellbeing information and signposting to services, groups and other activities taking place locally and across the county.
We invite you to pop along and join in with our weekly community activities or to simply have a chat. We have a Community Café with coffee mornings and a regular afternoon tea on Wednesday afternoons from 2pm to 4pm. Our weekly walking group meets at the hub on Monday afternoons at 2pm, returning to the hub for refreshments. The hub is also home to various youth and community groups.
All of our activities can be found on our Facebook page and are mainly volunteer led, by our fantastic team of friendly volunteers.
Wye Circus CIC is now a Talk Community Hub!
Coffee, Chat and Cake and baby and toddler Stay & Play
First Wednesday of the month - Wye Read book club at 11:30am
Families Activity Evening 4pm-6pm
As well as accessing lots of information to support your wellbeing, you’ll be able to pop by for a chat, coffee and something to eat! As part of this we will be running a parents stay and play which has seen the introduction of our baby bank and borrow library as well as an after school family activity session where you and your little ones can stop by to socialise, grab some dinner and make new friends!
The baby bank will consist of clothing, toys, nappies and everything else in between! Here’s an idea of some of the things they are accepting: clothes, nappies/baby changing items, bathing items, weaning food/pouches/formula (unopened and in date), toys, maternity clothes, nursery items, and everything else in between.