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Activity and Support Groups

 OneYou

One You

One You is here to help you make small changes that fit your life, so you feel better and healthier, every day.

https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou


yana

YANA: Help for those in farming who may be affected by stress and depression.

Farming is usually a good way of life but it is a demanding and stressful occupation. So it’s not surprising that many people involved with agriculture can feel isolated, depressed or unable to cope as well as normal.

Remember that depression is an illness not a weakness.

If you are involved with agriculture or farming in any way, and are feeling low or if you are worried about a member of your family, a colleague or a friend, YANA can help. Remember, you don’t have to struggle by yourself - good help is available.

If you are very seriously worried about the mental state of someone go to our Concerned about someone page NOW. Don’t hesitate to take action.

YANA Helpline: 0300 323 0400


diabetesuk.jpgNORTH NORFOLK DIABETES UK GROUP

Come and meet other people who know what it’s like to live with Diabetes. Have a drink and a chat; you may be surprised at what you might learn from our group members and various speakers.

Meetings are held at the Cromer Methodist Church Hall (corner of

Holt and Hall Roads) NR27 9DT on the 4th Thursday monthly (except January, February and December) at 7:30pm

 

www.north-norfolk.diabetesukgroup.org

For further information contact Jackie & David on

01692 405492 or at diabetes.uk@hotmail.co.uk

Diabetes UK is the operating name of the British Diabetic Association.

Company limited by guarantee. Registered in England no 339181.

Registered office; 10 Macleod House, 10 Parkway, London NW1 7AA.

A charity registered in England and Wales (215199) and in Scotland (SC039136).


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http://nwdementiasupportgroup.org.uk/

North Walsham Dementia Support Group was formed in 2015 after AGE UK Norfolk had worked with local businesses to help make the town dementia friendly.

We are a local group responding to local needs of people who are living with dementia and their carers. We run the Café in partnership with the Salvation Army.
We consult regularly with those who use our services and help them and their carers to access any help and support needed and signpost and refer onto relevant agencies.

Cameo Café

Come and Meet Each Other, Every Tuesday and Thursday - 10am to 3pm
Cameo Cafe at Furze Hill Resource Centre, North Walsham
Furze Hill Resource Centre,
73 Happisburgh Road,
North Walsham,
NR28 9HD
01692502708




 
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