Our volunteers can support asylum seekers as Navigators. We can accompany asylum seekers and refugees to appointments. Read more
We offer a warm welcome and hospitality, support and friendship to refugees and asylum seekers. We do this through a range of befriending and support and empowerment initiatives. Our groups and activities build strong and positive relationships and are springboards for much more support for many of our participants. We create welcoming and safe spaces for participants to feel valued, listened to and respected.
In response to the Covid-19 outbreak we are now working remotely. Therefore are usual groups are not operating in the same way as before. We are still accepting referrals for support. One to one befriending and small socially distanced befriending groups are taking place throughout the week.
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Starting soon...Virtual Cooking Group
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Women's Group 10.30am (What’s App Group/Zoom and in person)
English Class 11am and 4pm (What’s App Group)
Art Sessions 10.30am to 12pm (subject to availability) , get in touch if you want to attend
Virtual Kitchen is a partnership and joint project with Windmill Community Gardens that brings people together (virtually) to learn, share and discover new recipes, people and skills.
Our volunteers can support asylum seekers as Navigators. We can accompany asylum seekers and refugees to appointments.
One of our latest initiatives as we phase from remote services to some face to face support is to host socially distanced befriending groups
Being creative is a great way to relieve stress, express yourself and connect with others.
A safe space to meet (in person and virtually) with other women every Tuesday for support, friendship and empowerment
Every Wednesday afternoon we run Access, we've been meeting virtually and doing things a little differently.
Building confidence through one-off or long term support