What’s on (Summer 2017)
Holly Road Supportive Care Centre is open Monday to Friday 9am-5pm. You can drop in at any time for information, advice and support to do with anything relating to later life and end of life care.
Bereavement Help Point – Mondays 10.30-12.30
If you’ve experienced bereavement, drop in for a chat and a cup of tea with one of our support volunteers.
Social Tuesdays – Tuesdays from 10am
Meet new people, learn something new and have fun with our varied social activity program. Something different every week.
Dementia Support Group – First Tuesday of the month
Meet others living with dementia. Get support and advice from others who understand.
Carers’ Drop In – Wednesdays 1.30-3.30
Informal support session for people who look after a friend or relative. Stay for as long as you want to. Visit as often as you need to.
Book Club – Last Wednesday of the month from 10-12pm
Join us for coffee, cake and book chat. This month. we’ll be discussing “After the Last Dance by Sarra Manning”
Click here for more information about our book club.
Craft Group – Thursdays 2pm-4pm
Meet with friends at our new craft group. Bring your own projects or try a new craft with help from the group. Open to all. Contributions for refreshments welcome.
Evening Cancer Support Group – Thursdays Monthly 7pm-8.30 (dates below)
Friendly and welcoming support group for people affected by cancer and their families. Share your experience.
- Thursday 15 June
- Thursday 6 July
- Thursday 10 August
- Thursday 14 September
Coffee Morning – Last Friday of the month 10am-12pm
Join us for tea, coffee and chat and get to know our centre.
Age UK Information Drop in – Fridays (fortnightly) 10.30-12.30
Need advice, information or support with anything to do with getting older? Age UK Burton will be hosting an information drop-in at the centre.
A Child of Mine Help Point – Weds 5th July and Weds 20th September 9.30-11.30
Supporting anyone affected by the loss of a baby or child. Safe and friendly place to meet others who understand. Tea, Coffee and cake available. Provided with A Child Of Mine – Supporting Bereaved Parents
Lymphoedema services – by referral
Lymphoedema is a painful swelling that can affect any part of the body, but most commonly develops in the arms or legs.
The centre hosts a local clinic for patients seen by St Giles Hospice and Katharine House Hospice patients. If you have lymphoedema and you would benefit from treatment at the centre, please speak to your GP for a referral.
Complementary therapies (reflexology, Indian head massage and reiki) – by referral
We are able to offer low-cost relaxing complementary therapy appointments to local people in need in our community.
To find out if you meet our eligibility criteria, please contact the centre on 01889 220 420