Every member gets a monthly newsletter with meeting dates in, via email or post, so you don't forget (hopefully!)
Refreshments are provided, with gluten/dairy free, etc catered for. They either have a speaker who talks to us about various topics, e.g. nutrition, equipment to help around the home, reflexology, etc. After the talk, there is usually time for members to chat. Other times, we have social evenings which have no speaker and are an opportunity for members to chat, sometimes with a bring and share buffet, or a book swap.
Carers, friends and family are more than welcome to join us. We understand you may be nervous or shy, but we are a friendly and supportive bunch. If it's your first time visiting us, please tell the person on the door, who will find a committee member to show you around.
Next main meetings at The Friends Meeting House, Silverwell Street, Bolton, BL1 1PP :
Entry £1, free for carers and under 16's. Refreshments provided. We are in the nearest room. Disabled toilet facilities. There is a small car park, on street parking and a car park next door to the right (gate will be open).
Thursday 27th September - 7:30pm: Dave Bevitt from the Bury Citizens Advice Bureau will tell us about the work they do and what help they can offer.
Thursday 25th October - 7:30pm: Phil, the warden at the Friends Meeting House, will talk to us about what goes on inside the venue, the Quaker faith and more, in what promises to be a fascinating talk.
Thursday 22nd November - 7:30pm: Our Bring and Share Pre-Xmas Social. Please bring food to share.
No Meeting in December
The social evenings have no speaker and are an opportunity for members to chat over tea, coffee and biscuits. Tables will be placed around the room for groups of around 5 or 6. Please help us at the end, by putting away your own chair if you are able. Carers are more than welcome to join us. The entrance fee is £1 (to pay for refreshments, etc) and carers are free. Refreshments are provided, with gluten/dairy free, etc catered for as well.