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Community groups

A community group is normally run by people who live in your local community and tries to help, support or provide entertainment.

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Education Otherwise Association

Education Otherwise is an organisation run by volunteers which provides support and information for families whose children are being educated outside school or for those who are considering home education their children.

Emmanuel Church

Emmanuel Church runs or hosts several community outreach projects including a choir, social responsibility group, Friends of Emmanuel, the Emmanuel Fellowship and a soup run. To get involved or find out current events, look at the website or telephone them directly.

Fun and Freedom Club - Friends and Families of Special Children

Offering young carers a chance to make new friends in a similar situation, it offers lots of fun with weekend clubs, days out and trips away.

Heads Count

Heads Count is a user-led network for mental health service users, carers and everyone with experience of or affected by mental health matters. We gather individuals' views, ideas and experiences and help represent these views to service commissioners and providers, to improve mental health services for the future.

Health and Wellbeing Courses - Eat that Frog

This is the starting point for a new you! In 8 sessions over 4 weeks, you'll look at a range of skills that will help you cope better with everyday life.

Highbury Social Club - Plymouth Highbury Trust

The Highbury Social Club is an evening club for people with varying degrees of learning disabilities. The club is run twice a week, Tuesday and Friday evenings between the hours of 6.30pm and 8.45pm

Hope Baptist Church

Hope Baptist Church is a vibrant family church at the heart of Peverell. We hold a range of activities for families, young people and children.

In Other Words group - Routeways

Supporting Children and Young People's aged 16-24 years mental health, In Other Words is a social group meeting fortnightly at Devonport Park Activity Centre which aims to improve the CAMHS experience for young people.

Key Stop Coffee Morning and Luncheon Club

Three course lunch on the first three Mondays of every month, apart from Bank Holidays and in August.

Kids Cancer Charity

We are a national charity to support children with cancer and their families, including a listening service for anyone who has been affected by caring for a child with cancer. We offer emotional and bereavement support, a befriending service, play therapy and self-help parent support.

Livability Devon

Livability Devon in Exeter provides independent living services for adults with intellectual disabilities.

Living Options Devon

Living Options Devon is working across the South West to ensure that people with disabilities and Deaf people (who use British Sign Language) can live the life they choose.

Living Options: Time To Talk

Our free, confidential listening support and advice helpline, for those with a disability, long term health condition or Deaf people who use BSL.

Mindful Art Club

No talent? No experience? No problem! Mindful Art Club is for fun and relaxation. Do you remember when you enjoyed art as a child, without judging your ability or results? These easy-going art sessions will help you to deal with anxiety, stress and daily worries.

Minster Church of St Andrew

As well as being a Christian, Anglican and Evangelical church, at St Andrew's we run many groups and activities for families, men, women and students.

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