A community group is normally run by people who live in your local community and tries to help, support or provide entertainment.
The Plymouth and District Disabled Fellowship is a community based club for people with physical disabilities, we keep in touch with our members through our monthly club meetings and regular correspondence through-out the year.
Plymouth District Racial Equality Council provides a safe and respectful environment for BME clients to enable them to feel that they are listened to and believed, so that they can have a voice and to say what they want about their experiences.
The Plymouth and Tamar Valley MS Society Young Person's Group is for people aged between 18 - 40 who either have Multiple Sclerosis, or know / support someone else who has it.
We are proud to be the official charity for Plymouth Argyle Football Club. Argyle Community Trust uses the prestige of football and the reach of the club to inspire, engage and help people of all ages, achieve their full potential.
The Plymouth Borderline Personality Support Group is a service-user led group which provides a safe space for sharing experiences of living with a personality disorder.
Brain Tumour Support is uniquely dedicated to providing support for anyone affected by any type of brain tumour, at any point from diagnosis and for as long as support is needed.
Rethink Plymouth Service offers 1:1 support, tailored to the individuals need. We offer group support, signposting, peer-led support through our short term community support for people affected by mental illness.
Plymouth Epilepsy Support Group supports people in Plymouth and surrounding areas, living with and/or caring for people with epilepsy and seizure disorders. By supporting people we can help improve their mental health and well-being, whilst decreasing social exclusion, isolation and encouraging friendship and independence.
The Latch On groups are friendly and informal, and completely free. All pregnant and breastfeeding Mums (and partners) are welcome, as are all with a positive attitude towards breastfeeding.
Military Wives Choirs provide a head-start for women in the military community to make new friends, connect with local communities and learn new skills in a fun and supportive environment.