Senior Citizens Working Group

The Senior Citizens Working Group supports inclusive social activities across a range of interests which provide older people with opportunities to engage and participate within their community whilst keeping fit and improving their digital awareness.

Coffee, Tea & IT Plus, Strictly No Falling, chair based exercise and Generation Games.

Coffee, Tea and IT Plus, is a one to one project that enables older residents to bring in their electronic devices and improve their digital awareness as they learn to send emails, shop online, get in touch with friends, take photos and anything else they wish to try. scwg wedbsite 2

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Running alongside the C, T & IT sessions are Generation Games physical activities such as new age kurling and Boccia, both of which can be played sitting or standing and Strictly No Falling chair based exercises. Three volunteers, David Maric, Barbara Arrandale and Kyle Wall-Billyeald, have taken part in an Age UK Derby Derbyshire training course and are fully qualified to instruct Chair Based Exercise classes

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Sessions run throughout the year, every Thursday morning 10:00 to 12:00 in the Hasland Hub which is located within Hasland Working Men’s Club.

For more details please click here or contact our GHBL Support Workers.

                                                                            

Men In Sheds

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Do you enjoy making or repairing things? Would you like to learn new skills or share your skills and knowledge with others? Do you have some spare time? Or would you just like to meet up and socialise with like minded people over a coffee? If so you are invited to come and meet us at one of our weekly sessions. Grassmoor & Hasland Men in Sheds meet every Tuesday & Friday from 14.00 to 17.00 in their workshop at the rear of Grassmoor Methodist Church, Chapel Road Grassmoor S42 5EJ. We have two fully fitted workshops suitable for most woodwork projects, we are happy to provide advice on DIY projects and provide training for new members no matter what skills or experience you have. We have members who have worked with wood related jobs for most of their adult lives and some with little or no experience.
Our members attend local events to raise awareness and promote our three main aims, combating social isolation, passing on woodworking skills and to provide a community service. We also raise funds by selling our own hand made wooden items using mainly recycled materials; the money raised is reinvested in new equipment.  We have built benches for Temple Normanton Parish Council, a reading shed for Heath Primary School, large planting trugs for Ashgate Hospice, nesting boxes and bee houses for local wildlife areas and many other local projects.
If you want to learn new skills or share your passion for making things then come and have a chat with us. We are a very friendly bunch eager to welcome new members to our team so feel free to come and have a look around our workshop. We are also very keen on recruiting more Ladies to our group, just pop in and see us or for more details ring Rob on 01246 852467.

 

 

Grassmoor Past & Present History Group

Grassmoor Past and Present is a local history group open to all who are interested in researching family or local history. Through the group Facebook page members can post their memories, photographs and knowledge of the village and its history. You can access the Facebook page by clicking on to the following link. https://www.facebook.com/groups/386169955470875/. If you wish to make contact with lost family and friends this is a good place to start. Membership is free and open to all. The group also holds monthly committee meetings and members of all ages are welcome to attend. Unfortunately due to the Covid-19 lockdown and continuing restrictions meetings are not taking place but as soon as restrictions lift they will resume at Grassmoor Community Centre, dates for 2021 can be found in the events calendar below

The members committee are involved in research and the current topics are: - local families and named people on the Methodist Church and school foundation stones

Anyone interested in finding out more or joining the group, please contact Karin Evangelides through Facebook page or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

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