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Providing facilities for all levels and abilities ensures inclusivity and accessibility for everyone.

We have created an environment where everyone feels welcome and included.

This fosters a sense of community and participation, which is crucial for creating a supportive and vibrant atmosphere.

Continuously evaluating and expanding these facilities shows a commitment to meeting the evolving needs of all members, ensuring that everyone can fully engage and benefit from the resources available.

Dementia Friendly Bowls 

Every Tuesday 10.30am - 12.30pm

Warm welcome for people with Dementia and their carers, enjoy short mat bowls, no previous experience necessary

Tea and Coffee, good company and a happy family atmosphere

Only £2 per session

We are an independent group and work closely with Alzheimer's Society.

All photographs displayed on this website are copyrighted by Jan Hawes & Lynn Carpenter  

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Table Tennis

  • Table tennis can be a beneficial activity for people with Parkinson’s disease. It improves hand-eye coordination, and stimulates mental alertness and concentration, which are all impacted by Parkinson’s. It requires you to move fast over short distances, so helps to improve both large and small muscle movements, while being easy on you joints. Table tennis is a great way to help maintain leg, arm and core strength.

  • Table tennis can indeed be a beneficial form of exercise for individuals with muscular dystrophy, improves coordination, muscle strengthening, cardiovascular fitness, social interaction and mental stimulation.

  • People living with multiple sclerosis can benefit greatly from engaging in physical activity like table tennis, especially one that is enjoyable, challenging and also provides a social connection. 

All photographs displayed on this website are copyrighted by Lynn Carpenter

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