We have a number of community groups that you can get involved with including:
Oasis Ability Hub
A weekly drop-in with an informal setting. Activities include Crafts, Colouring, Jigsaws, Games and an opportunity to chill and chat. Open to anyone of any ability living in Cheltenham. Provides a source of information, signposting and advice, plus a variable programme of activities and training for disabled and non-disabled residents.
Older Peoples Hub Activities – Wallace House & Lynworth court
Weekly activities include: Coffee Mornings & Afternoons, Circle Dance, Lunch Club, Sing Along, Quizzes and much more. Activities are open to those living in the local community.
St Paul’s Community Hub and Activities
Provides a lively and variable programme of activities, clubs and training and is open to all ages.
The Junior Wardens were set up in January 2006. Junior Wardens meet with their local Neighbourhood Warden and Housing Officers on a weekly basis. Working in partnership with local primary schools (8 and 11 years old), the scheme offers a wide range of activities including identifying local issues, recycling, environmental issues and local citizenship.
Tenant And Resident Associations (TARAs)
These are made up of tenants, leaseholders and residents to represent a local area, street or estate. Each group has a committee made up of a chair, vice chair, secretary, treasurer and committee members. Groups meet regularly and their activities include organising activities or trips, fundraising, discussing and resolving local issues.
Cheltenham Tenants & Leaseholders Voice (CTLV) – an Independent group
Members of this group are tenants or leaseholders in Cheltenham. The group has made links with key service providers in Cheltenham and aims to be a consultation resource for service providers with a view to influencing services, promoting change and improving Neighbourhoods. Contact email@example.com for more information.