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We have a range of activities for adults which are regular, affordable and great for improving your health and wellbeing.

We have a range of activities for adults which are regular, affordable and great for improving your health and wellbeing.

We have a range of activities for adults which are regular, affordable and great for improving your health and wellbeing.

We have a range of activities for adults which are regular, affordable and great for improving your health and wellbeing.

strong>Reaching Communities: Thanks primarily to five years of funding from The National Lottery Reaching Communities programme,we are now able to sustain and develop our community centre in order to provide and facilitate positive, life changing activities for our visitors and participants. We will do this by providing a range of fitness, sporting and adult learning activities throughout the year.

Between 2018-2023, we aim to have reached at least 900 adults who will tell us that by attending an activity at our fabulous community centre, they have improved their health and wellbeing here.

What do we want to do for local adults?

We want to offer a diverse and accessible community hub so that participants become fitter, healthier, more active, have achieved something and are able to make better choices to improve their lifestyles.

Our Activities for Adults

Park Farm Community Centre is the hub of the Carr Mill, Clinkham Wood and Moss Bank estate. We have a range of activities aimed at adults which are regular, affordable and great for improving your health and wellbeing.

Councillors Surgery

Every 3rd Tuesday of the month 6.30pm – 7.30pm Meet your local councillors, raise issues and concerns about any problems in the area. Contact: Park Farm Community Centre (01744 754367) Cost: None

The Puppy Trainer

Wed and Sundays (Various Times) A safe environment for you to work with your puppy and dog over 5-weeks, safe meetings within the group, offering the right socialisation your pups need. Contact: Sarah Western (01744 754367) ) or sarah@thepuppytrainer.com Cost: £60 for 5-weeks

Adult & Community Learning First Aid Courses

Various dates and times Adult and Community Learning offer regulated First Aid courses, approved by Qualsafe Awards. Book onto a scheduled course at Park Farm Community Centre now! contact: Adult & Community Learning (01744 677 671) adultlearning@sthelens.gov.ukCost: Various.

Carr Mill: Connects with Art

Wednesdays12.00pm – 2.00pm A craft club that contains; Card making, Decoupage, Encaustic Painting, Coaster Making and much more - the only limit is your imagination! Contact: Park Farm Community Centre (01744 754367) Cost: £2.00 per session

Sweaty Mama

Wednesday 10:15 Sweaty Mama is for all mamas who simply want to enjoy the benefits exercise brings whilst bonding with their child. contact: Kelly Davock Cost: £35 for 6-weeks.

Blood Pressure Checks

Monday to Friday (Appointment only) Come along and receive a free blood pressure check with one of our trained staff members and basic lifestyle advice. Contact: Park Farm Community Centre (01744 754367)Why take up a social activity?

Incredible Edible

From March 2021 Community Food Growing Come and grow with us! Learning new skills and meeting new people whilst working together to sow, grow and harvest fruit and veg Contact: Kate Collins (07826 847320) or myoutdoorclassroom@live.com Cost: Free.

Slimming World

Thursdays 4:00pm & 6:00pm Enjoy healthy takes on the food you love. Make your own choices. Get more active. A community of new friends who’ll motivate and inspire you all the way to your dream weight. Contact: Tracy Potter (07791 180281)

Weight Management Programme (T2 Service)

Fridays11:30am – 12:30pm Weight Management Programme (T2 Service) is a 12 week nutrition programme to support weight management Contact: CHCP St Helens Wellbeing Team: Stephanie Wignall (01744 371111) or chcp.sthelens@nhs.net Cost: Free.

Dog First Aid (Merseyside)

Saturday (Ad-hoc) 9am – 2:30pm Dog First Aid (Merseyside) Our workshops teach you how to administer dog first aid for a range of common injuries and first aid scenarios. Whether you work with dogs or share your life with them, having the confidence to act in an emergency is so rewarding. Be there for your dog when he needs you most. Contact: Yvonne Jones (07425 195794) or merseyside@dog-first-aid.com

Slimming World

Thursdays 4:00pm & 6:00pm Enjoy healthy takes on the food you love. Make your own choices. Get more active. A community of new friends who’ll motivate and inspire you all the way to your dream weight. Contact: Tracy Potter (07791 180281)

Connect with Cooking: MAKE YOUR OWN TAKEAWAY (Cook & Taste)

Fridays4:15pm – 6:15pm (Starting from January) Connect with Cooking: MAKE YOUR OWN TAKEAWAY (Cook & Taste) is a Families and children group learning to cook a healthier version of your favorite take away meal.(Duration: 4-6 weeks). Contact: CHCP St Helens Wellbeing Team: Stephanie Wignall/ Lisa Walkden (01744 371111) or chcp.sthelens@nhs.net Cost: Free.

Why take up a community-based activity?

 


They can help us to maintain social connections and reduce feelings of loneliness.

You can take steps to improve your overall health and wellbeing.

A great way to learn a new skill or revisit a hobby you used to enjoy.

Gets you involved in your local community.

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Activities For Older Adults And Seniors, Come Join Us!!. We have a range of activities for Older Adults and Seniors which are regular, creative, good for wellbeing and affordable.

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Activities For Older Adults And Seniors, Come Join Us!!. We have a range of activities for Older Adults and Seniors which are regular, creative, good for wellbeing and affordable.

Activities For Older Adults And Seniors, Come Join Us!!. We have a range of activities for Older Adults and Seniors which are regular, creative, good for wellbeing and affordable.

Activities For Older Adults And Seniors, Come Join Us!!. We have a range of activities for Older Adults and Seniors which are regular, creative, good for wellbeing and affordable.

Reaching Communities: Thanks primarily to five years of funding from The National Lottery Reaching Communities programme, we are now able to sustain and develop our community centre in order to provide and facilitate positive, life changing activities for our visitors and participants.

What do we want to do for older and vulnerable people?

Helping our older and most vulnerable people is another priority of ours. Age UK reports show that the population of over 65s in St Helens / Moss Bank are at ‘very high risk’ of loneliness.

Our own consultation with families and older people accessing our services indicate a greater need for social activities, more often, and with greater diversity of choice.

Maintaining a healthier lifestyle is also important, which is why we work in partnership to offer a weekly leisure activity throughout the year; as well as creative and artistic classes to provide a fun, creative outlet whilst making friends.

Our Activities for Older People Park Farm Community Centre is the hub of the Carr Mill, Clinkham Wood and Moss Bank estate. We have a range of activities aimed at our older people which are regular, creative, good for wellbeing and affordable.

Paint Pots

Mondays 9.30am – 12.00pm

Like-minded artists of all abilities relaxing and exploring the world of painting. Workshops by professional artists held throughout the year.

New members welcome!

Contact: Doris Thompson on 07763 333 104 Send EmailCost: £4.00 per session .

Social Group

Tuesdays 11.30am - 1.00pm
(Starting from Tuesday 5th April 2022)
Park Farm Social Group is a Weekly social group with light lunch and refreshments aimed at older people aged 55+. Providing an opportunity to chat, socialise, play games and to feel good about life again. Currently enrolling for new members with the hopes of starting soon in the New Year 2022.
Contact: Lesley Jackson/ Craig Fryer on 01744 754367 for more details and to book your place.contact@parkfarmcommunitycentre.co.uk

OVER 50s: Light Circuit Training

Mondays & Wednesdays 1.00pm – 2.00pm

Build your mobility, strength & endurance. From beginner to advanced, exercise at your own pace to songs from 60s, 70s & 80s.

Join: Allan Briers on 07507774102 Cost: £3 per session

OVER 60s: Fit Forever

Tuesdays 1.00pm – 2.30pm

Fun physical activity sessions to improve health, happiness and wellbeing for those aged 60+ Activities include badminton, boccia, bowls, darts, new age curling & table tennis. Do it at your own pace with plenty of time to socialise too!

Join: Malcolm Thomas at the St Helens, Sports Development Team on 01744 675403. malcolm.thomas@sthelens.gov.ukCost: £1.50 per session

OVER 50s: Carr Mill: Connects with Art

Wednesdays 12.00pm – 2.00pm

A sociable, friendly group who explore a range of arts & craft techniques. Getting creative, building friendships and learning & sharing new skills - the only limit is your imagination!

Contact:Park Farm Community Centre (01744 754367)Send Email Cost: £2.00 per session.

Accordions: Music & Social Club

Mondays 1.00pm – 4.00pm

Have an accordion at home? Want to join a friendly group of fellow Accordionists? Well this is the group for you! A friendly group with refreshments included.

Contact: Barry on 07565 947 162 Cost: £3 (inc. refreshments).

Why take up a social activity?

 

They can help us to maintain social connections and reduce feelings of loneliness.
A great way to learn a new skill or revisit a hobby you used to enjoy.
Taking part in social activities is shown to help us to stay sharp in later life.

We provide space for a range of activities for children and young people which are regular, affordable and engaging..

We provide space for a range of activities for children and young people which are regular, affordable and engaging.

We provide space for a range of activities for children and young people which are regular, affordable and engaging.

We provide space for a range of activities for children and young people which are regular, affordable and engaging.

BBC Children in Need´s vision is that every child in the UK has a safe and secure childhood and the chance to reach their potential. The charity will realise this vision by supporting and publicizing work that addresses the challenges that children and young people face and work that builds their skills and resilience. BBC Children in Need is currently supporting over 2,500 projects in communities across the UK that are helping children and young people facing a range of disadvantages such as living in poverty, being disabled or ill, or experiencing distress, neglect or trauma.

BBC Children in Need´s vision is that every child in the UK has a safe and secure childhood and the chance to reach their potential. The charity will realise this vision by supporting and publicizing work that addresses the challenges that children and young people face and work that builds their skills and resilience. BBC Children in Need is currently supporting over 2,500 projects in communities across the UK that are helping children and young people facing a range of disadvantages such as living in poverty, being disabled or ill, or experiencing distress, neglect or trauma.

Our Children & Young People Activities

The Children and Young People’s activities run by Park Farm Community Centre are supported by
to cover provision for children from ages 6-15 years old (school years 2-10).
We currently have funding for
After School Club (term time only)
Breakfast Club & Playscheme (during school holidays)
Youth Projects

After School Club

After School Club
(Term time only)
Wednesdays & Fridays
4:30pm – 6pm
Twice weekly activities for children aged 6-11 (school years 2-6)
Activities for children include fun educational activity, arts & crafts, sports & games

Breakfast Club & Playscheme

Breakfast Club & Playscheme
(during school holidays)
Tuesdays & Thursdays
9am – 12noon

Youth Projects

Youth Projects
Tuesdays
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Weekly projects-based activities
to engage young people Aged 11-15
(school years 7-10)
Projects are based on consultation with Young People

Aims & Objectives
Emotionally Well
Physically Well
Positively Empowered

We want our Children and Young people to:
Have fun, build confidence & social skills
Learn new skills
Feel valued
Express & realise goals
Develop Life Skills
Have a sense of belonging & wellbeing
Have the opportunity to have New experiences

We would like to:
Re-enforce positive boundaries
Promote positive behavior
Offer Encouragement & Support
Support Transition to Secondary school

Reaching Communities: Thanks primarily to five years of funding from The National Lottery Reaching Communities programme,we are now able to sustain and develop our community centre in order to provide and facilitate positive, life changing activities for our visitors and participants. Our own Children and Young People’s activities are supported by Children in Need to cover provision for children from ages 6-15 years old (school years 2-10).

Between 2018-2023, we aim to have reached at least 450 children and young people who will tell us that by attending an activity at our fabulous community centre, they have improved their health and wellbeing here.

Activities for Children and Young People

We want to offer a diverse and accessible community hub so that children and young people
can improve their fitness, wellbeing and confidence and to have a good start in life.

Park Farm Community Centre is the hub of the Carr Mill, Clinkham Wood and Moss Bank estate.
We provide space for a range of activities aimed at children and young people which are
regular, affordable and great for improving your health and wellbeing.

Bloom Baby Development

Thursdays Busy Bees: 9.45am – 10.30am Caterpillar Club: 11.00am – 11.45am and 12.15am – 1.00pm Multi-award winning, highly interactive baby development classes for babies aged 6 weeks - 14 months. Activities incorporate bright, colourful props, twinkly lights, beautiful parachutes, instruments, messy play, bubbles, and Makaton. Contact:

Dinky Dancers

Tuesdays 10.00am – 10.45am and 11.15am – 12.00pm Pre-school dance classes (18ths – 4yrs) for you and your little ones. Have fun, get fit, and enjoy quality time. Children will thrive in this environment. Contact: Laura Hines (07922 072282).

Clair’s PMP ADHD Youth Club

Fridays 6:30pm-8:30pm Clair’s PMP ADHD Youth Club Monthly Youth Club for children and young people with ADHD Contact: Clair Hodgson (07840 147260) (info.cpmpadhd@gmail.com) Cost: £2.50 non-members / FREE to members

Mum & child fitness classes.

Wednesdays 10:15pm-11:15am Mum & child fitness classes. Sweaty Mama is a unique way to exercise with children. It’s a fun workout to upbeat music. We are a specialist in pre and post-natal exercise classes. Mamas get to bond with their little ones and make precious memories. Strengthen your core to rehabilitate your body after having a child. Contact: Kelly Davock (07736 030821) (davockkelly@sweatymama.com) Cost: £6 (£35 for 6 weeks)

Diddikicks

Saturdays (Various times) Award winning football coaching classes for children aged 18 months - 5 years with venues across the North of England Contact: Diddikicks Team (0161 300 4665) or send us a email Cost: £4.00 per session / £7.00 for two

Why take up a community-based activity?

 


It can help children develop social skills and make new friends.

Children can take steps towards healthy lifestyle and with positive emotional and Physical wellbeing.

BBC Children in Need´s vision is that every child in the UK has a safe and secure childhood and the chance to reach their potential. The charity will realise this vision by supporting and publicizing work that addresses the challenges that children and young people face and work that builds their skills and resilience. BBC Children in Need is currently supporting over 2,500 projects in communities across the UK that are helping children and young people facing a range of disadvantages such as living in poverty, being disabled or ill, or experiencing distress, neglect or trauma.

Our Children & Young People Activities

The Children and Young People’s activities run by Park Farm Community Centre are supported by
to cover provision for children from ages 6-15 years old (school years 2-10).
We currently have funding for
After School Club (term time only)
Breakfast Club & Playscheme (during school holidays)
Youth Projects

After School Club

After School Club
(Term time only)
Wednesdays & Fridays
4:30pm – 6pm
Twice weekly activities for children aged 6-11 (school years 2-6)
Activities for children include fun educational activity, arts & crafts, sports & games

Breakfast Club & Playscheme

Breakfast Club & Playscheme
(during school holidays)
Tuesdays & Thursdays
9am – 12noon

Youth Projects

Youth Projects
Tuesdays
6:00pm – 8:00pm
Weekly projects-based activities
to engage young people Aged 11-15
(school years 7-10)
Projects are based on consultation with Young People

Aims & Objectives
Emotionally Well
Physically Well
Positively Empowered

We want our Children and Young people to:
Have fun, build confidence & social skills
Learn new skills
Feel valued
Express & realise goals
Develop Life Skills
Have a sense of belonging & wellbeing
Have the opportunity to have New experiences

We would like to:
Re-enforce positive boundaries
Promote positive behavior
Offer Encouragement & Support
Support Transition to Secondary school

Reaching Communities: Thanks primarily to five years of funding from The National Lottery Reaching Communities programme,we are now able to sustain and develop our community centre in order to provide and facilitate positive, life changing activities for our visitors and participants. Our own Children and Young People’s activities are supported by Children in Need to cover provision for children from ages 6-15 years old (school years 2-10).

Between 2018-2023, we aim to have reached at least 450 children and young people who will tell us that by attending an activity at our fabulous community centre, they have improved their health and wellbeing here.

If you need any further information, advice or support for children and young people related services please browse the links below:

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