Members of the Time Bank are getting together on Sunday 18th March at the Millennium Pavilion from 1.30-3.30pm for an afternoon of tea and knitting. We invite you to join us to chat in this informal and friendly setting. We are currently making small blankets which were requested for Palliative Care packages to be given out at Hinchingbrooke Hospital.
We will also be starting preparations for the BIG Pom Pom Bomb of the Nature Reserve to celebrate Carnival Week in June, so even if you’re not a knitter you can get involved.
Please bring along any spare wool you have for either of these wonderful projects.
The Time Bank will be joined by Kate Hales from Healthwatch Cambridgeshire at their Coffee Morning this month on Thursday 15th March at 10.30am at the Millennium Pavilion. Kate would like to hear about your experiences, good and bad, with Specsavers. So if you have a tale to tell, come along for fresh coffee and a piece of cake to share your story.
Hopefully the weather will start to improve and you may want to venture out. Next week both the Time Bank and Changing Lives have lots on that you could try. For more information contact us on 01487 841359 or at email@example.com:
Tuesday 6th March
- Nature Ramble: 10am at the Station Approach Entrance to the Nature Reserve followed by a visit to the Rose Tearoom
- Seated Exercise: 2pm at the Millennium Pavilion
Wednesday 7th March
- Free Falls Prevention Cafe: 10.30am at Somersham Library
- Adapted T’ai Chi: 2.30pm at the Victory Hall
Thursday 8th March
- Nordic Walking: Step 1 at 10am and Step 2 at 11.15am both at the Millennium Pavilion
- Social Evening: 8pm at the Rose and Crown
Sunday 11th March
- Knitting/Pom Pom making social: 1.30-3.30pm at the Millennium Pavilion
As part of the Changing Lives Programme, we are always looking at different ways to improve and maintain the Health and Wellbeing of people living locally. We are running a series of themed free Cafés at Somersham Library, starting this Friday. Janene, who runs the local Creative Minds group, is supporting us with a ‘Creative Café’. If you would like to find out more please contact us (details on the posters below).
What a great event! The Changing Lives Taster Day had a wonderful atmosphere and gave attendees the opportunity to try some of the activities on offer through the programme. We welcomed Joe and Ryan, Falls Prevention specialists with Everyone Health, who were on hand to offer advice. We had Teresa, MS Society, and Julie, Parkinson’s UK with us to give support and sign post people. And of course our fantastic instructors Sam, Mike and Becky leading short sessions. Time Bank members were able to get involved signing everyone in, making sure everyone was refreshed and offering a warm welcome. Thank you to anyone supporting this project.