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Organisations offering activities and support. For local information go to Coronavirus Information,
Home But Not Alone phone line: 0800 876 6926,
or go to Community Action Suffolk to see how local groups can help isolated people.

Open Space, Stowmarket

Coronavirus Support

Due to the Library being closed at present there is no Open Space meeting, we will resume as soon as they are open again.

General Details

Open Space meetings are run in partnership with Suffolk Libraries and Richmond Fellowship. The Stowmarket meetings are held on a Tuesday from 11am-1pm at Stowmarket Library in Milton Road. The meeting is open to everyone and you get free tea/coffee and a chance to enjoy a chat with others or take part in activities such as quizzes, board games, arts and crafts and themed activities, we also have speakers on a whole range of subjects throughout the year. Everyone is friendly and welcoming, and you don't need to stay the whole session so feel free to drop in anytime.

Who to contact

Name
Sarah Lungley
Position
Mental Health and Wellbeing Coordinator
Telephone
01473 263819
Email
Sarah.Lungley@suffolklibraries.co.uk
Website
https://www.suffolklibraries.co.uk/health/open-space/stowmarket/

Additional contact

Name
Janet Jones
Position
Senior Community Link and Recovery Worker
Telephone
01449 771230
Email
Janet.Jones@richmondfellowship.org.uk

Where to go

Name
Stowmarket library
Address
Milton Road
Stowmarket
Suffolk
Postcode
IP14 1EX
Area served
Ipswich

Days & Times

Tuesday, 11am - 1pm

Other details

Age Groups
Adults

Accreditation website
https://www.accessable.co.uk/suffolk-county-council/access-guides/stowmarket-library
Accreditation details
AccessAble - access guide for Stowmarket Library

Notes

Richmond Fellowship is a local mental health charity who support people in the community to live independently.

Last Updated
04/05/2020

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