Bridge Community Centre

Description

Community Centre offering a variety of activities and support to the local community.

We welcome residents from the all areas and post codes.

We pride ourselves on our open door policy to welcome as many people as we can from all areas, including the general public, people with mental health related issues, autism, learning disabilities, older people and dementia suffers.

There are a wide variety of courses and activities available. We have a drop in with a café on site. Food Bank Vouchers available. We are happy to be working alongside St Andrews Network Clubmoor.

Regular activities

Subject to change. Always check with the centre before turning up.

Monday

  • 10am-12pm Able Table Tennis Sessions £2.50
  • 10am - 12pm Free Digital Hub Get free support from Digital Champion volunteers with basic computer skills such as using emails, Facebook, searching ofr a job, online shopping and more. Part of Include IT Mersey (click)
  • 11am-12pm Support & Talk Sessions - Anxiety? Panic Attacks? Depression? Come and chat to us
  • 11.30am-1pm Art class £3

Tuesday

  • 1-3pm Love History - Discover the local history of Clubmoor
  • 6-9pm DiscAbility - With our fab DJ Marky C. For people with disabilities - learn how to be a DJ

Wednesday

  • 9am-4pm Benefits Advice Drop-in - For anyone needing help and support we offer a free, confidential benefits advice service
  • 11am-12pm Make Do & Friends
  • 12-4pm Luncheon Club (and bingo) - Join our friendly group for lunch followed by bingo. If you are over 50 please drop in or book your place
  • 6.30pm - 7.30pm Dance Fitness £3.00 per session

Thursday

  • 11am-12pm Walking Football. £3.00
  • 1-3pm Home Cookery Workshop Suggested donation £4.

Fundraising wrestling

  • Thursday 9th May 2019 6.15pm
  • Ticket in advance £10 per person, £15 on the night

Coming soon - telephone the centre for more information

  • ESOL class
  • African Drum Workshop

Alisha’s Corner

  • Every month we hold a Support and Talk group for parents and carers of children and adults who have Angelman Syndrome.
  • If you are interested in joining our support group, please contact us

Service Details

Locations:
Bridge Community Centre, 2 Daneville Road, Liverpool, L4 9RG (directions displayed on map)
Organisation:
Bridge Community Trust
Service Type:
Community Activity
Website:
What groups of people is this for?:
  • The general public
What age groups is this for?:
  • Any age
What areas of the city is this for?:
  • People from anywhere in the city
How can I access this service?:
Drop in
When is this service open?:
We’re open all week, from 9am to 9pm
How much will it cost me?:
Benefit Advice and Support & Talk Sessions are free. Small charges to other activities
How to get there:
Good bus routes to and from the City Centre with the number 17 dropping off and picking up right outside the Centre
Social media:

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Council Area:
  • Liverpool

This page was last updated on 18 April 2019

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Contact Details

Contact Name:
Su Carson
Telephone:
0151 792 8711
Email:
bridgecentre1@outlook.com

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