Community Wellbeing Hubs across North Lincolnshire are holding open days to show their local communities what they have to offer for people of all ages.
Epworth Community Wellbeing and Youth Hub, High Street, is having its open day on Tuesday, June 23, from 10am to 3pm.
You can get involved in:
10am to 1pm – smoothie making and fruit kebabs with the health trainers
10am to 11am – activity taster sessions
11am to 12pm – reminiscence sessions with North Lincolnshire Museum
1pm to 3pm – activity taster sessions
There will be free cakes and refreshments throughout the day.
Health trainers and NHS health check staff will be available all day.
Scunthorpe Community Wellbeing Hub, Alvingham Road, is having its open day on Friday 26 June from 10am to 7pm. You can get involved in:
10am to 2pm – Wii games and table tennis
10.30am to 11.15am – smoothie making
12pm to 12.45pm – hot dogs, quiche and pizza
12.45pm to 1.15pm – belly dancing demonstration and taster session
1.30pm to 5pm – Fun Friday (New Age Kurling and music)
2.15pm – fire service
3pm to 4pm – cream tea
3.30pm – Kimberley School of Dance demonstrate various dance styles
5pm to 7pm – DJ Jamie
Home Link will be attending to answer your questions on council services and benefits.
A First Responder will be available all day to talk to you about their role in the community.
Brigg Community Wellbeing Hub, Horstead Avenue, is having its open day on Tuesday 23 June from 10am to 3pm. You can get involved in:
Information will be provided on supported employment and upcoming events at the Hub.
Barton Community Wellbeing Hub, Tofts Road is having its open day on Thursday 25 June from 10am to 3pm. They will have a range of information stands.
De Lacy Community Wellbeing Hub, Sir John Mason House, De Lacy Way, Winterton is having its open day on Friday 26 June from 10am to 3pm. They will have a range of information stands.
Everyone is welcome to attend the open days. For more details about either of the open days, call 01724 277906.
Councillor Julie Reed, cabinet member for Adult Services, said: “We asked the community what they want in their local hub and then worked with local community groups and partners to deliver it. Each Community Hub will have a different range of activities according to their preference and need. Some hubs offer exercise classes, craft activities, cook and eat sessions, Memory Café with The Alzheimer Society, Singing for the Brain and many more activities.
“It’s your local hub so come along and tell us what is important for you so that we can deliver locally based activities that are wanted and needed in your community.”