A community group is normally run by people who live in your local community and tries to help, support or provide entertainment.
Southway Information Centre provide advice and information to the Community in Southway Ward/North Plymouth, particularly advice/support regarding community issues and welfare benefits/rights.
Age UK Plymouth exists to care for and work with older people and their carers in and around the Plymouth area to improve their quality of life through the promotion of health, choice, opportunity and independence. We offer support to people with memory loss including dementia and have specialist services available for clients and their carers.
The Jolly Dollies are an organisation started by widows for widows whose main objective is to help widows regain a social life through friendship and social events. Our aim is to connect widows locally and nationally, so that The Jolly Dollies Network can reach all those widows who want and deserve to have a full, happy and supportive social life.
The Macular Society is the National Charity for anyone affected by central vision loss. With more than 22,000 members we are the largest membership group in the sight loss sector and the voice of people with macular conditions. We provide free information and support to improve lives and ensure no one has to face macular disease alone. There are over 300 Macular Society support groups around the UK and beyond. We fund research so that one day we can overcome macular disease.
The Oasis Project is an internet café and resource centre which also provides healthy cooking courses for a range of abilities and can be tailored to specific needs such as diabetics.
Our support group was formed to promote the rehabilitation of those suffering from, or who have suffered from head and neck cancer in the catchment area of the Derriford Hospital.
In addition to being an active church, the Trinity Reform Church also plays host to several activity and Community Clubs such as Choir, Ladies Fellowship, and some Sport Clubs.
The heartbeat of Devonport, Welcome Hall is a community space for recreation and leisure time, with the object of improving the conditions of life of those people residing or working in Devonport and surrounding areas.