A chair exercise class will begin on Tuesday, 4th February. 1.45pm too 2.45pm. Cost per session is £3. The class is led by Emma Dyster, a physiotherapist. No need to book, just turn up.
In partnership with Staffs Solutions Group and supported by the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner’s Fund, The Hub has organised a First Aid Course for children between the ages of 8 to 12.
Four sessions, running from 4.30 to 5.30 on the following dates.
Thursdays, 16th January, 30th January, 6th February and 13th February.
Save the date
LeaderLab begins again on Thursday, 5th September. 6.00 to 7.30. £3.50 per session.
Activities for the school holidays will be advertised on our events diary and our Facebook page.
These will include a science day and a circus skills day. More details in a few weeks.
STAND has launched the Blue Iris initiative. It aims to support people who are lonely and in need of someone to talk to or share a few minutes of company.
The children are visiting Middleport pottery at half term. They will be spending some time in the visitor centre before starting their art and craft activities. This activity is partly funded by a grant from the Staffordshire Police and Crime Commissioner.
CI Rob Taylor and PCSO Paul Washington presented certificates to eighteen children who have completed the Junior Police Cadet course.
The Coop Community Fund has selected The Hub as one of the three charities that will be supported in 2019 -2020.
Members of the Coop who buy own branded goods will have 5% of their purchase refunded to their membership card and 1% will donated to local charities.
If you would like to nominate The Hub to receive the 1% from your membership we can help you to make the selection. Please call in.
The funding that we receive will be used to increase the number of groups that we can support at The Hub. We hope to offer more intergenerational activities during the summer holiday.
After several years of no price increases we regret that we now need to charge £3.50 per lunch.. We were fortunate to receive funding from various places and it enabled us to keep costs very low. We also grow some of our own vegetables to support the provision of a warm meal each week.
We consider that our two course meals, cooked on the premises, along with tea and coffee still represent good value at £3.50 each. Everyone is welcome, but please arrive or book by 11.00am so that we know how many meals to prepare.
We have a 5 rating for Food Safety and Hygiene.