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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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Plymouth Octopus Project

Our purpose is to build strong grassroots organisations, charities and social enterprises by supporting them to work together and take a lead role in creating change.‚Äč

Plymouth Parent Carer Voice

The Plymouth Parent Carer Voice (PPCV) brings together parents and carers of children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) in Plymouth.

Plymouth Street Pastors

Late night street patrols offering genuine non-judgemental pastoral support to all and any who need help, a listening ear to the vulnerable and signposting to other agencies

Plymouth Young Carers

Get support and meet with other young carers every Tuesday at Efford Youth Centre.

Plympton 'Moving On' Stroke Club

Part of the Stroke Association, this is a fortnightly social group for stroke survivors, families and carers.


This is a youth club for local Plymstock-based teenagers (boys and girls) offering friendship, games nights, special events, etc.

Plymstock Activity Group - Alzheimer's Society

The activity group is a structured session which provides meaningful group activity for those who attend. The facilitator encourages participation and there is an opportunity to talk to other people.

Polish Community Association in Plymouth

To support and integrate Polish people living in Plymouth and surrounding areas.

Pride in Plymouth

Pride in Plymouth is a non-profit Community Interest Company (CIC) that brings people and groups together to celebrate, promote the diversity and talent that exist within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans (LGBT) Communities in Plymouth. Together we can work towards eliminating discrimination and social isolation many Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (lgbt) people in Plymouth and surrounding area face.

Prison Advice and Care Trust - PACT

The Prison Advice and Care Trust (PACT) is a national charity that provides support to prisoners, people with convictions, and their families.

Prisoners' Families Helpline

The National Prisoners' Families Helpline can support you if a family member is in contact with the criminal justice system. We provide advice and information on all aspects from what happens on arrest, visiting a prison to preparing for release. It is operated by Prison Advice and Care Trust under contract to Her Majesty's Prison & Probation Service and provides information and support for families across England and Wales. All calls are free, from landlines and mobiles, and confidential.

REACH Association for children with upper limb deficiency

Helping children with upper limb differences to live life without limits. REACH is the leading charity providing support and information to parents and their children affected by upper limb deficiency. It is a friendly, caring place offering fun activities to encourage Reach children to aim higher.


Based in Plymouth, we deliver projects that serve to enhance the social and economic well being of communities by providing choice and opportunity for individuals.

Royal Navy Community Organisation, Plymstock

This organisation provides support for service families in Plymstock.

Royal Osteoporosis Society

The Royal Osteoporosis Society provides information and support to people suffering with osteoporosis and educates families in the prevention of osteoporosis. They offer a helpline, run fundraising activities, and the local branches often organise talks to the community.

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