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KFT Seekers

Beat the Bugs is a course that promotes health that we run In partnership with Public Health England eBug Team. We run these courses regularly at Treasure Seekers so please contact us for details of the next course.

Keeping Safe

Treasure Seekers, 52 Westgate St, Gloucester, GL1 2NF

Telephone: 01452 307201

Email: training@kftseekers.org.uk

Website: KFT Seekers website

Bethesda Methodist Church Luncheon Club

The Bethesda Methodist Church Luncheon Club meets on Tuesdays at 12:15pm. A two course lunch is served at 12.30pm followed by tea or coffee.......

Lunch Clubs

Bethesda Methodist Church, Great Norwood Street, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL50 2AP

Telephone: 01242 677738

KFT Seekers

Better Budgeting is a course to help in money handling. We run this course regularly at Treasure Seekers so contact us to find out details of the next course.

Money and Benefits

Treasure Seekers, 52 Westgate St, Gloucester, GL1 2NF

Telephone: 01452 307201

Email: training@kftseekers.org.uk

Website: KFT Seekers website

KFT Seekers

The five-week Better Friendships and Relationships course aims to help you improve your relationships with the people who come into your life. We run this course regularly at Treasure Seekers, so contact us to find out details of the next course.

Support Groups

Treasure Seekers, 52 Westgate St, Gloucester, GL1 2NF

Telephone: 01452 307201

Email: training@kftseekers.org.uk

Website: KFT Seekers website

Priory Adult Care

Birches Grove offers homely accommodation for four adults with learning disabilities and mental disorders.We offer a warm and homely environment with opportunities for individuals to extend and enhance the quality of their day to day living, where people are supported by experienced staff, ensuring their physical, intellectual,...

Residential and Nursing Care

14 Fairmoor Close, Parkend Close, Lydney, GL15 4HB

Bishop's Cleeve Seniors Club

Our Club is for retired people to enjoy social activieties and is run by our members. We are a self-funding group who raise our funds by social events, activities and sales of books, bric-a-brac and clothes. We are open six, sometimes seven, days a week with a variety of activites and social events.

Community Groups

Bishops Cleeve Seniors Club, Denley Hall, Churchfields Road, Bishop's Cleeve, Cheltenham, GL52 8LL

Gloucestershire County Council

The Blue Badge scheme is a national scheme designed to give people who are registered severely sight impaired and people who have any permanent and substantial disability the ability to park close to the facilities and services they need to use, so as to improve their lifestyle, independence and freedom of choice. A permanent and substantial disability means that they cannot walk or means they have very considerable difficulty walking.

Transport Services

Blue Badge Team, Hester's Way Library, Goldsmith Road, Cheltenham, GL51 7RT

Orders of St John Care Trust

Bohanam House Day Centre is surrounded by the beautiful Barnwood Park, with its established trees and large lawned areas. Cooked lunch, tea, coffee & biscuits provided. There is a varied programme of activities, outings and social events arranged by the Activity Coordinator. Transport within a 5-mile radius is included in the fee. Parking is also available.

Day Centre

Barnwood Park, 2 Barnwood Road, Gloucester, GL2 0RX

Telephone: 01452 876195

Email: m.edwards@osjct.co.uk

Website: http://www.osjct.co.uk

British Society for Disability and Oral Health

The British Society for Disability and Oral Health, which has been operating for over twenty years with approximately five hundred members, brings together all dentists who care for disabled people. We promote dental health for disabled people of all ages. A range of advice sheets is...

NHS and Health Services

Salaried Dental Services, Dental Clinic, 7 Moor Street, Worcester, WR1 3DB

British Wheelchair Archery Association (BWAA)

We support disabled archers from grassroots to elite level with expert advice and coaching and promote the sport of para-archery. New archers are encouraged to join a local archery club to receive coaching and gain experience. Once the archer has their own equipment they are encouraged...

Associations and National Organisations

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