SOCIAL AND COMMUNITY BASED ACTIVITIES

The Tea Kiosk at Caversham Court

This project promotes personal recovery through catering. This allows a choice of activities in a non-clinical setting, providing a natural way to develop both life and work related skills. This is a lively project, working directly with local people serving hot beverages and cakes. This activity is peer led. Starts April and closes at the end of October.

10.30am – 5pm, Tuesday and Wednesday

The Allotment at Caversham Court

Gardening adds years to your life and life to your years. An opportunity to enjoy the physical and mental health benefits of
productive gardening. Get some fresh air and exercise, connect with others, gain a sense of purpose, learn about growing food, share your knowledge, develop practical skills. Join us in developing our allotment.
Wednesday 11am-1pm, all year round.
Gloves provided. Wear closed shoes.

Coffee and Chat

These sessions provide informal opportunities to meet new people or catch up with old friends. Peer workers or Compass staff will be there to provide informal support.
Wednesday: Pret A Manger, 60 Broad Street: 10.30am – 11.30am.
Thursday: Pret A Manger, The Oracle: 10.30am – 11.30am.

The Art and Craft Café

A space where you can develop new art and/or craft skills or brush
up existing skills. Or a space where you can meet new people or catch up with old friends. Compass staff will be on hand to talk through problems or offer practical support and advice.
Each month there will be an Art & Craft demonstration.
Wednesday: Church House, Caversham; 1.00 - 4.00pm ongoing

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