Picnic at Bantock Park
on Friday 16th June at 2pm
bring some food and share ours!
healthy food, chat, games and fun
we want to help you to help yourself make new friends, get out and about, get some exercise and take in the air
sign up to Join us at one or all of these events ....
Annual General Meeting
Our AGM is on Saturday 1st July at the Curve, Tempest Street.
Doors open at 10a.m, we start at 10.30 and finish at 2pm – including a free lunch.
We have a Health & Wellbeing theme to the meeting, so as well as the usual reports and info, there will be quizzes, workshops and useful freebies!
We hope to see you there.
Picnic at Hickman Park
Our 2nd picnic of the summer is at Hickman Park in Bilston. We meet by the bandstand at 11.30
on Saturday 24th June.
bring some food and share ours!
We will also bring some equipment for easy games like bowls and softball/rounders if you feel like taking part!
You can download all of the papers for the AGM here.
The reports will be uploaded the week of the AGM
What can we provide?
We will provide support in a number of ways:
• A sympathetic ear
• Confidential support
• Regular contact
• Easy conversation
• Keeping in touch
• Signposting you to specialist agencies
We can also introduce you to other likeminded people; or you can join other Wolverhampton citizens in our health and wellbeing events.
We are doing a wide range of things including
cyber cafes (to learn to use the internet how you want to)
disability friendly exercises
sharing recipes and food
community picnics and treasure hunts
and any ideas you come up with that other people want to join in!
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