The group enjoying a gardening talk from expert Peter Jackson
Welcome to The Cambridge Stroke Group
The Cambridge Stroke Group is a support group for all stroke survivors in Cambridgeshire. The group, a small charity run entirely by volunteers, was created with the joining together of Different Strokes, Cambridge and The Stroke Association to help provide a comprehensive support group for all those, of any age, who have had a stroke or similar injury
The Cambridge Stroke Group provides support and a lifeline to its members, helping to transform their lives and speed up recovery after a stroke by gaining independence, establishing new friendships and experiencing new activities.
The aim of the group is to provide a meeting place in a friendly and caring environment for people who have had a stroke, and their families, carers and friends. It is a place away from the hospital that offers emotional and social support to stroke survivors and a chance to meet others who have also experienced the potentially devastating effects of having had a stroke.
Our drop-in meetings are calm, friendly and informal and everyone is welcome to pop in for a cup of tea or coffee and a chat.
We meet every Thursday afternoon between 1pm – 4pm at the David Rayner Centre, Great Shelford.
Thursday 16th May – Purple Tea Party – 1.30 – 4pm
Tea, cake, choir and raffle held on the lawns outside the David Rayner Centre.
Friends and family welcome, please wear something purple if you can.
The boat is wheelchair accessible and accommodates up to 20 passengers in a large heated cabin complete with kitchen and wheelchair accessible toilet facilities.
The open foredeck area enables passengers to enjoy to magnificent scenery and wildlife on the river.
The journey is upstream towards
Godmanchester and Brampton with a stop for fish and chips delivered to the boat.
Cost is £5 for fish and chips
Meet at The David Rayner Centre at 10.30am
For more info: www.ladybirdboat.org.uk
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