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Sharing events, news, articles and items of interest from other businesses that share our vision “To enable people affected by disabilities to exercise choice and control, to live independent lives and to actively participate in society”.

This area of our website focuses on where you can meet peers, make new friends, get support, join groups, get more information about disabilities, gain awareness or see all the work that goes on in the greater community.

If you are looking for more frequent support or regular groups check out the meeting places and support listings from the menu on the left.

30 March 2022
https://www.courtyard.org.uk/events/the-courtyards-spectacular-tea-dance-3/ Tuesday, 17th May at 2pm the Courtyard, Hereford’s SPECTACULAR TEA DANCE This fun and nostalgic dementia friendly event will brighten up anyone’s day. Full of music, tea, cakes and dancing. Tickets £4 including refreshments. Accompanying carers free. Call the box office on 01432 340555
8 March 2022
A new production is coming to the Courtyard next month, Monday 28 – Wednesday 30 March at 11am and 1.30pm. Frozen Light Theatre’s production of 2065 is a futuristic, sensory production for audiences with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD). Frozen Light is renowned for creating engaging and high-quality theatre for audiences with PMLD through...
8 March 2022
Megan Baker House would like to invite all of our friends, families, colleagues and supporters to a spectacular Indian Night Gala! With a menu created and prepared by the incredible @sukipantal from @jamieoliver’s #CookbookChallenge, this promises to be a very special evening with authentic Indian food in partnership with Khandani caterers and LIVE entertainment! Tickets...
8 March 2022
Loneliness is prevalent across our society and can be compounded for people with health issues. To help people reconnect with their community and interests GP's can now refer them to Listening Support Volunteers. The Compassionate Communities scheme trains and supports these volunteers. There are similar schemes finding success in towns and villages up and down...
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