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Struggling to work from home because your dog is being a pain?
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All Saints House is a Specialise Housing/extra care housing development suitable for adults with a learning and/or physical disability in Royal Leamington Spa. It offers spacious apartments for rent only, telecare (assistive technology), access to shared and 1:1 support and access to care services 24 hours per day.
All Saints House provides a range of community services with high-quality accommodation. It has been designed specifically to meet the needs of adults with...
Seating for 100. New kitchen. New heating 2001. Ample parking.
Now available, a disabled ramp, two designated parking spaces plus a disabled toilet. Drop down large screen and projector that can be used for conferences. Rural cinema once a month.
Venue address: Alderminster Village Hall, New Road, Alderminster, CV37 8PE
Hall is now open once again with some covid 19 risk assessments still in place.
Mayor of Alcester Town Council 2021-22, Cllr Kathryn Cargill
Deputy Mayor of Alcester, Cllr Tim Forman
Alcester Singers is a mixed voice choir based in Alcester in Warwickshire.
We sing a variety of music during the year including at least one major choral work, a lighter summer concert and a Christmas concert.
Non-profit making performances in 3 or 4 concerts a year in and around Alcester. This choir meets every Thursday at 7.30 p.m at St Nicholas School.
There are about 40 members and it is SATB.
Rehearsals: Jubliee Centre, St Faith's Road Alcester
Monday and Wednesday (excluding August) 7.30pm
New members & visitors welcome. No auditions
Public library with other public services.
Alcester Library - opening hours and services available.
Meetings: 1st Thu, Jubilee Court Community Centre, 7.30pm. Monthly speakers & trips. Everyone welcome. Subscription £12. Guests £3.00 per meeting includes refreshments.
Alcester Day Care provides opportunities for those with dementia to be looked after in a safe environment by qualified staff in a caring environment.
Open Mondays 9.30am - 3.30pm (except bank holidays)
Carers and their loved ones are invited to join us at 9.30 onwards for morning coffee and then the carers have the option to stay or leave whilst the rest of us join in with games, singing, chair exercises etc.
At lunchtime, clients will join us for a light lunch.
After lunch we will...
Duplicate bridge played on Friday nights at
Alcester, B49 6AQ.
Arrive at 6.50pm for 7.00pm start.
New comers welcome either as visitors or to enrol as members.
Small friendly club.
ADLHS is a large history society (around 200 members) which promotes the study and research of historical themes, especially those within the local area.
The Society meets monthly with a wide variety of history talks from experienced speakers. Meetings are held at the Sixth Form Centre, St Benedict's High School, Kinwarton Road, Alcester B49 6PX on the second Wednesday of each month commencing 8.00pm. Visitors are always welcome.
The Society has published many books and occasional papers...
Are you living or caring for someone with Dementia?
If so the Musical Memories Cafés could be for you.They aim to:
Support people, their families and carers living with memory problems.
Recognize the importance music can play in bridging memories.
Encourage socialising with others in similar circumstances.
Enable carers to share experiences, emotions and understanding.
What activities can I expect?
Listening to and joining musicians and volunteers in 'making...
Throughout Warwickshire and often within Warwickshire County Council or Housing Association premises, allowing easy access for local residents, Age UK Coventry & Warwickshire clubs provide social support and activities that meet the needs of local communities, encouraging people to support and interact with one another whilst taking part in agreed activities.
We continue to be grateful to our volunteers who support and lead groups whilst sharing their skills and knowledge and as...
Age UK Coventry and Warwickshire provides free, confidential and impartial information and advice to all people over the age of 50 in Warwickshire.
Information and Advice Service
Our Information and Advice Officers have a good understanding of the issues affecting older people over the age of 50.
Staff are trained to offer help and support on a wide range of topics including Benefits, Housing, Home Safety, Care and Leisure Activities.
This free service is confidential and offers a...
If routine tasks around the home become difficult, we're here to help you to continue living independently. Home support offers you a range of "Home Help" services that provide assistance around your home and garden.
How we can help you
Home Support can include housework, cleaning, laundry, ironing, shopping, preparing meals, prescription collection, lawn mowing and weeding and even walking the dog. We may also be able to help you with similar jobs not involving personal care or managing...
We are continuing to provide a range of dementia support services for individuals with dementia and their carers.
We are accepting new referrals. Every new referral is risk and needs assessed to ensure we are able to support the individuals' needs in the best possible way.
We have adapted our services due to COVID-19 to offer greater choice and flexibility to clients and their carers. The new dementia offer includes a "Blended Support Offer" this includes the following services:
Age UK Coventry & Warwickshire offer a confidential and professional counselling service for individuals age 65 and over.
How can we help?
The Counselling Service can support people who may be experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, bereavement and difficult emotions such as low self-esteem. We can also support carers who are finding their role challenging.
What to expect from counselling:
You will be encouraged to talk about your feelings and emotions with a trained therapist, who...
The service offers support to carers when a short break is needed. Typically, this could be to attend to personal matters, appointments, to recharge batteries and meet friends.
It's recognised that many people do not think of themselves as "carers", especially partners, wives, husbands and family. However, a carer is generally considered to be someone who looks after a partner, relative or friend who is ill or has a disability.
How we can help you:
By providing a support worker to stay...
The Befriending Service helps and supports over 70s to live independently by providing regular contact to help them to reduce any loneliness and social isolation.
That's why our befrienders are so important. Regular contact from a volunteer really can make a big difference to older people's lives.
The service is currently being delivered by way of a weekly or fortnightly telephone call from a Befriending Volunteer. All our volunteers and staff are DBS checked. Our Befrienders are not...
Remaining active, maintaining fitness and mobility, meeting other people and having fun are important to our wellbeing.
Our main centre offering a very wide range of interesting activities, including exercise groups is:
Claremont Centre, Clifton Road, Rugby, CV21 3QE
You may also be interested in the following exercise groups
Gentle Exercises - 10.00-11.00 on Mondays and 11.00-12.00 on Thursdays at Little Chapel, Orchard Street, Bedworth, CV12 9DH
Stretch and Tone -...