Community Groups

Breathe Easy - Clacton Support Group

New British Lung Foundation group starts on Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Telephone: 03000 030 555

Website: www.blf.org.uk

Click Clack Craft

1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month. You can bring your own project or try something new!

14:00-16:00 £1 Admission.

Location: Imperial House, 20-22 Rosemary Road, Clacton, CO15 1NZ

Fun and Friendship Club

Come along and join the fun!

Mondays 10:00-12:00, £1 including refreshments.

Location: Imperial House, 20-22 Rosemary Road, Clacton, CO15 1NZ

Physical Activities in the Community

CVST run a variety of groups to help you get started with a healthier lifestyle or to get outside and meet new people.  All of our groups are friendly, and have trained staff or volunteers to answer your questions.

Website: www.cvstendring.org.uk

Langham Community Centre

The current Langham Community Centre was opened in June 1988 and has been serving local village residents and other commercial hirers ever since.

Telephone: 07741 284132

Website: htwww.langhamcommunitycentre.org.uk

Email: LanghamCC@gmail.com

Colchester Community Zones

Book a collection of unwanted household items such as furniture and electrical items. Report a street problem including, graffiti, fly-tipping and dog fouling. Find out how you can get involved in your local community.

Website: www.colchester.gov.uk

Futures in Mind

Futures in Mind is a service designed for people from across Essex who are looking for support with recovery from mental health problems and/or substance and alcohol misuse. We have peer support groups and befriending services available across the area.

Telephone: 01376 316126

Website: www.futuresinmind.org.uk

Email: fim.enquiries@futuresinmind.org.uk

Coastal Community Centre

Various groups and activities, support groups, parenting courses, toddler groups.

Telephone: 01255 420707

Facebook: @CoastalCommunityCentre

Website: www.yell.com

Hartbeeps Basildon & Tendring

Award winning Hartbeeps is a fun and interactive music class which transports children through a magical, make-believe journey. It offers highly interactive classes for sitting babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers. Expect music, drama, creative play, dance and movement all set to a fantastic soundtrack of remixed nursery rhymes, funky, original kids’ songs and lullabies.

Telephone: 07905 290203

Website: www.hartbeeps.com

Email: alex@hartbeeps.com

Run and Brunch

Personal trainer Sarah Bockhard started Run and Brunch running club in Clacton because she wanted to get people of all ages, shapes and sizes to give walking, jogging and running a go without feeling pressured into being fast or into wearing the latest running gear.

Website: sarahbockhart.com

Tendring Lunch Club

For more information on the Tendring Lunch Club.

Website: www.cvstendring.org.uk

Blow The Dust Off - Clacton Concert Orchestra

Tuesday 18:00-19:00, £5 Adults and £2.50 for under 18’s.

Location: Imperial House, 20-22 Rosemary Road, Clacton, CO15 1NZ

Dabblers Art Club

Friday 13:00 – 15:30pm. Admission is £2.00.

All welcome, some sources are provided.

Location: Imperial House, 20-22 Rosemary Road, Clacton, CO15 1NZ

IT Group

Use our desktop computers or bring your tablet or laptop and learn new skills!

Friday – 09:30-11:45
Monday – 13:30:-15:30

Location: Imperial House, 20-22 Rosemary Road, Clacton, CO15 1NZ

Friendship Cafes

Friendship cafes are weekly groups for anyone who feels isolated, wants to make new friends or has experienced bereavement. There are fun activities and guest speakers at every session and outings are planned throughout the year.

Website: www.cvstendring.org.uk

Langham Community Shop

Langham Community Shop are a volunteer-staffed Community Shop that has served the village of Langham since 2004, with opening hours on 364 days each year.

Telephone: 01206 272431

Website: www.langhamcommunityshop.org.uk

Email: communityshoplangham@gmail.com

United in Kind

People across Essex working together to reconnect with our neighbours and communities to help overcome loneliness. Hundreds of community, charity and voluntary groups supporting people who feel lonely or isolated.

Website: www.unitedinkind.org

Email: provide.unitedinkind@nhs.net

Clacton Camera Club

The club welcomes anyone who has an interest in photography, whatever their skill level or medium they use, film or digital. It meets on a Friday evening combining competitions with guest speakers, members’ workshops, fun events and demonstrations.

Website: www.clactoncameraclub.co.uk

Community 360

Community 360 is an independent charity formed in 1968. It is committed to a vision to build thriving local communities

Website: www.community360.org.uk

My Social Prescription

Launched in 2013, My Social Prescription is a community based scheme led by Community360 across Colchester and Tendring.  It serves to connect community members to voluntary and community services and volunteers to improve their health and wellbeing.

Website: www.community360.org.uk

Tendring District Ramblers

The group tries to cater for most walking abilities by offering regular weekly walks.

Telephone: 01255 677368

Website: www.ramblers.org.uk

Tendring Talking Times

Weekly “talking newspaper” The Tendring… Talking Times contains articles, local news and matters of interest and is available for those who have a disability which means they find reading difficult.

Telephone: 01206 393037

Website: tttweb.blogspot.com