Health and wellbeing
A platform that helps over 55's to access information. Experts are invited to give information and advice at quarterly meetings, and newsletters provide up to date information on issues that impact older people. Social events and a song club are also offered. Suitable for anyone aged 50 and over.
Opening times Tuesday 12pm - 2pm - walk in and wait Wednesday 12pm - 2pm- walk in and wait Telephone - 0300 790 0245 - ( phone line open 9am - 5pm Monday to Friday)
Canterbury Community Mental Health Team (CMHT) provide services to adults people living in the community who are experiencing mental health problems. Referrals to the CMHTs are usually made directly through a GP The intake element of a CMHT acts as a single point of access…
Kent County Council community activities for people with learning disabilities. We put the individual at the heart of what we offer in Canterbury. There is a large choice of activities to suit people of all abilities. This could be: making friends and socialising learning new…
Canterbury Debt Advice Centre provides free, confidential and independent help on money and debt problems. If you have difficulty in budgeting, making ends meet, with your outgoings more than your income - they can help. email: email@example.com www.helpwithdebt.org.uk
Canterbury Housing Advice Centre provides advice, information, representation and specialist help in housing matters for families and single people in the Canterbury City Council area. They assist single people to find and keep private rented accommodation with a rent in advance and deposit scheme. They…
Canterbury Tibet Link follows the Tibetan Buddhist Tradition which includes the Hinayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana patha. Study and practice groups and seminars are held throughout the year.
This walk takes place on the second and fourth Friday of the month. Meet outside the 'Beaney' at 9.30 am for a 9.45 am start. 60 minutes approx. duration; a gentle walk around Canterbury.
Meeting on the 1st and the 3rd Thursday of the month, at various locations (contact Stephen for details) meeting at 1.15 pm for a 1.30 pm start. The length is approx. 60 minutes.
A safe and stimulating environment for people living with a mental illness that promotes independence and better coping skills.