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  • Holidays for disabled people and respite for carers. 3H have built an enviable reputation over many years for providing subsidised group holidays for the physically disabled at well researched venues - giving their carers a valuable period of respite at the same time. Many have thought that it was just not possible to get away but with the wealth of experience in organising accommodation, transport, activities and most importantly, care, 3H can make it happen.

    • 3H Fund: 01892 860207
  • AbilityNet has a network of friendly disclosure checked ITCanHelp volunteers who offer free computer support to disabled people and older people.

    • AbilityNet - IT Can Help: 0800 269 545
  • A friendly club for people with learning disabilities and autism. Offering activities which are fun and help to relax and a chance to meet new friends.

    • Clare: 07941 150631
  • Age UK Bournemouth operates an intermediate support centre three times a week. The centre caters for those that do not fit the criteria for social services day care and is for those that may be too frail to attend one of our lunch clubs or pop in centres because of poor mobility, sight or hearing impairment etc.

    • Age UK Bournemouth Support Centre - Sutton Road: 01202 530530
  • Do you like chatting to people? Would you like to have someone to chat to on the phone? We put people in touch with each other over the phone.

    • Age UK Dorchester - Reach Out Service: 01305 269444
  • Supporting you to get out, meet people and make friends.

    • Age UK Dorchester - Reach Out Service: 01305 269444
  • Supporting you to get out, meet people and make friends.

    • Jules Walker: 01305 269444
  • Day care for people with dementia at the Aldbury Care Home in Poole.

    • Aldbury Day Care: 01202 746752
  • The garden is run by local families and residents of Alderney West. Everyone is welcome to join in, in whatever way suits them - no experience is necessary.

    • Clare Wade: 0800 6523 900
  • A social event for younger people with dementia (under 70) and their carers. We meet monthly for coffee and outings.

    • Alzheimer's Society South and West Dorset Younger People's Group: 01202 764352
  • A coffee morning for anybody with dementia under the age of 70 and their carers.

    • Alzheimer's Society Younger People's Coffee Morning: 01202 764352
  • Funded by the National Lottery and run by ArtsLink Fizz! our free Art for Memory class is for people experiencing early stages of memory loss, whatever the reason.

    • Kate Osman: 01935 815899
  • Art Workshop is a charity space in central Swanage dedicated to providing accessible art workshops for everyone, regardless of artistic skill or resources. We specialise in easy, low-tech art-making for people who want space to develop confidence or socialise.

    • Art Workshop - Swanage: 01929 475883
  • Explore a range of art mediums and techniques in these relaxed, friendly art sessions with professional Arts and Health Practitioner Pauline Stanley.

    • Pauline Stanley: 07729 829209
  • Explore a range of art mediums and techniques in these relaxed, friendly art sessions with professional Arts and Health Practitioner Pauline Stanley.

    • Pauline Stanley: 07729 829209
  • Explore a range of art mediums and techniques in these relaxed, friendly art sessions with professional Arts and Health Practitioner Pauline Stanley.

    • Pauline Stanley: 07729 829209
  • Explore a range of art mediums and techniques in these relaxed, friendly art sessions with professional Arts and Health Practitioner Pauline Stanley.

    • Pauline Stanley: 07729 829209
  • Explore a range of art mediums and techniques in these relaxed, friendly art sessions with professional Arts and Health Practitioner Pauline Stanley.

    • Pauline Stanley: 07729 829209
  • Arts 4 Dementia helps develop activities at arts venues to re-energise and inspire people in the early stages of dementia and their carers. Check our website for details of events throughout Dorset.

    • Arts 4 Dementia:
  • We are a small creative, innovative and friendly activity group for adults with learning disabilities (age 17+) in Christchurch and Bournemouth.

    • Sharon: 07981 032619
  • This group provides an opportunity for people to meet others with Asperger's to socialise and share ideas in a supportive and friendly environment. People do not have to have had a diagnosis to attend.

    • Autism Wessex - Bournemouth Drop-in Group: 01202 483360
  • This group provides an opportunity for people to meet others with Asperger's to socialise and share ideas in a supportive and friendly environment. People do not have to have had a diagnosis to attend.

    • Autism Wessex - Dorchester Drop-in Group: 01202 483360
  • The Barnabas Day Opportunities Service in Poole is a lively, well-equipped and social hub for adults with disabilities run by Diverse Abilities, Dorset's disability charity.

    • Barnabas Centre: 01202 739560
  • A low-impact exercise class designed to reduce the risk of falls run by Age UK Dorchester.

    • Better Balance Class - Dorchester: 01305 269444
  • A low-impact exercise class designed to reduce the risk of falls run by Age UK Dorchester.

    • Better Balance Class - Weymouth: 01305 269444
  • An indoor bike club for adults with autism and learning disabilities. Come along to try bicycles, skates, go-carts and tricycles. We are based in Swanage but everyone across Dorset is welcome to come.

    • Hayley and Sean Hughes: 01929 551378, 07585 221554
  • We provide a range of quality day services and work opportunities for older people and adults with a learning disability, including those who have a physical disability.

    • Dot Toon: 01258 480762
  • Come along for friendship and woodwork.

    • Blandford Men's Shed:
  • Exercise your mind with Chess, Scrabble and board games. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when the feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Board Games - Christchurch: 01202 485938
  • Exercise your mind with Chess, Scrabble and board games at Highcliffe Library. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when the feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Board Games - Highcliffe: 01425 272202
  • Exercise your mind with Chess, Scrabble and board games at Littlemoor library. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when the feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Board Games - Littlemoor: 01305 812350
  • Exercise your mind with Chess, Scrabble and board games at Lytchett Matravers library. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when the feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Board Games - Lytchett Matravers: 01202 621281
  • Exercise your mind with Chess, Scrabble and board games at West Moors library. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when the feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Board Games - West Moors: 01202 873272
  • Gentle and fun exercise class aimed at bettering posture, strength and stability, reducing the risk of falls and improving balance!

    • Jasmine Taylor: 07531 455882
  • A reading group at Wareham library.

    • Book Chat - Wareham: 01929 556146
  • A reading group at Wimborne library.

    • Book Chat - Wimborne: 01202 882770
  • A book group at Gillingham library. We meet once a month on a Saturday, contact us to find out more.

    • Book Group - Gillingham: 01747 822180
  • A reading group at Swanage library. We meet once a month on a Wednesday, contact us for more details.

    • Books and More - Swanage: 01929 423485
  • A reading group at Weymouth library.

    • Books and More - Weymouth: 01305 762410
  • Boscombe Connect is a service for people of all ages and varying needs; people with learning disability, mental health issues, physical disabilities and older people. We promote independence and support people to work towards their individual goals and outcomes.

    • Boscombe Connect: 01202 452755
  • We produce free tapes, CDs and memory sticks of local news for the blind and partially sighted every two weeks.

    • Bournemouth and Wessex Talking Newspaper: 07587 174297
  • Any blind or partially sighted person is welcome on Wednesday afternoons from 2pm to 4pm to enjoy games of Whist or Cribbage.

    • Bournemouth Blind Society - Social Groups: 01202 546644
  • Bournemouth Blind Society runs a Drop in Café every Tuesday morning from 10.30am to 12.30pm which is open to any visually impaired person in the Bournemouth area who would like to call in.

    • Bournemouth Blind Society - Social Groups: 01202 546644
  • Bournemouth Blind Society offers a programme of social events. Each Monday and Thursday members enjoy chatting over a cup of tea or coffee during the morning, followed by a cooked lunch and popular afternoon activities.

    • Bournemouth Blind Society - Social Groups: 01202 546644
  • Bournemouth Blind Society run sports clubs for people with visual impairments.

    • Bournemouth Blind Society - Social Groups: 01202 546644
  • A social club open to deaf people of all ages. The social club runs on Thursdays and Fridays, weekly from 8pm to 11pm. We also run various activities and outings throughout the year, check our website for details.

    • Bournemouth Deaf Centre:
  • The Bournemouth Gateway Club is a social and activities club for adults 18+ with learning or related disabilities located in Winton, Bournemouth. We have a busy timetable, check our website or phone to see what's on.

    • Anna Reeves: 07872 627301
  • We meet every Tuesday at Bourton Village Hall for crafts, sewing and chatting.

    • Jenny Morgan: 01747 840710
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £2.50 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Blandford Flyers: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4.00 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Bright Sparks Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4.50 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Castle Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £2.50 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Christchurch Variety Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and enjoy indoor kurling for fun, gentle exercise. The club is staffed by volunteers. Cost: £3 per session.

    • Brendoncare - Colehill Kurling Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Evergreen Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4.50 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Haviland Springers Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4.50 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Juniper Jumpers Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £3 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Kinson Friends: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and enjoy indoor kurling for fun, gentle exercise. The club is staffed by volunteers. Cost: £3 per session.

    • Brendoncare - Moordown Kurling Club: 01962 852133
  • Enjoy gentle circuits and exercise with a qualified coach, followed by refreshments and a swim. Cost is £4.50 weekly subscription. The club is run by volunteers.

    • Brendoncare - Pelhams Energisers: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Penny's Friendship Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and enjoy indoor kurling for fun, gentle exercise. The club is staffed by volunteers. Cost: £3 per session.

    • Brendoncare - Poole Saturday Kurling Club: 01962 852133
  • Meet up with friends, take part in talks, games and quizzes. £1 weekly subscription.

    • Brendoncare - Pub Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Radipole Companions: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Riverside Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and enjoy indoor kurling for fun, gentle exercise. The club is staffed by volunteers. Cost: £3 per session.

    • Brendoncare - Strouden Park Kurling Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers, and enjoy club outings. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4.50 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Sunrise Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and enjoy indoor kurling for fun, gentle exercise. The club is staffed by volunteers. Cost: £3 per session.

    • Brendoncare - Verwood Kurling Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and enjoy indoor kurling for fun, gentle exercise. The club is staffed by volunteers. Cost: £3 per session.

    • Brendoncare - Westbourne Weekend Kurling Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and take part in cooking activities. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Please contact us to find out when we are next meeting. Cost: £3.50 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Wimborne Cooking for One Club: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and enjoy indoor kurling for fun, gentle exercise. The club is staffed by volunteers. Cost: £3 per session.

    • Brendoncare - Wimborne Kurling: 01962 852133
  • An opportunity for older people to meet new friends and be entertained by a variety of speakers and entertainers. Friendship club staffed by volunteers. Cost: £4.50 per meeting.

    • Brendoncare - Winton Friendship Club: 01962 852133
  • The Keep Fit Group, more properly known as "Exercise for the over 50's" is open to men and women and meets at 9.30am on Thursdays at the Village Hall for a one hour session. Our aim is to help members of any age and physical condition to reach and maintain their fitness potential. Under our excellent qualified instructress, Elaine South, we undertake a carefully structured programme of warming up, circuit exercises and cooling down and have fun on the way.

    • Elaine South: 01929 462916
  • A community orchard and allotment in Bridport.

    • Jenn Baker:
  • Bridport Connect is a day service that provides a wide range of activities and opportunities designed to promote independence and improve the lives of people with varying support needs, including older people; adults with learning disabilities; adults with physical disabilities and those who have support needs relating to their mental health. Some of our clients also have complex health needs.

    • Mark Budden: 01308 422666
  • A knitting and craft group at Bridport library.

    • Bridport Knit and Natter: 01308 422778
  • We are a charitable company offering advice and support to families in crisis in East Dorset. We run activities to give families quality time together.

    • Susan Sutherland: 07866 692528
  • Calibre Audio Library is a national charity providing a subscription-free service of unabridged audio books for adults and children with sight problems, dyslexia or other disabilities, who cannot read print.

    • Calibre Audio Library: 01296 432339
  • A choir for carers! Enjoy some joyful singing with the Care Free choir. No experience necessary! Just pop along.

    • Chrissy: 07840 976584
  • A place for carers to come along to meet other carers, relax, unwind, meet our cats, meet new people, eat and drink! Entry is free.

    • Mandy: 01202 429037
  • The garden room at Castle Hill House runs a day care service for people to come and visit our lovely home. We offer morning or afternoon sessions or whole day sessions that run from 10am to 4.30pm. All sessions include refreshments and a freshly prepared home cooked meal. Please contact us for details.

    • Castle Hill House Day Care: 01747 854699
  • Everybody welcome to our chair based exercise sessions. All abilities welcome.

    • Suzie: 01308 426390, 07900 864886
  • A plant nursery providing work rehabilitation in a supportive environment for adults with severe and enduring mental illness. Volunteers benefit greatly from having purpose, meaning and structure in their lives, a crucial step in restoring self-esteem and dignity.

    • Cherry Tree Nursery: 01202 593537
  • A plant nursery providing work rehabilitation in a supportive environment for adults with severe and enduring mental illness.

    • Chestnut Nursery: 01202 685999
  • A drop-in craft group at Christchurch library.

    • Christchurch - Drop-in Craft Group: 01202 485938
  • At Christchurch Connect we pride ourselves by enabling adults with a range of cognitive, learning disabilities and physical abilities to take part in meaningful day time activities and support them to meet their outcomes and improve their wellbeing. We aim to be empowering, welcoming, trustworthy, inclusive and innovative.

    • Christchurch Connect: 01202 486114
  • We have a well-equipped workshop to enable you to carry out projects and meet regularly to have interesting discussions and learn new techniques. We share a wide range of skills and expertise with one another and organise social gatherings to have a good chat and a few laughs.

    • Christchurch Men's Shed: 07547 922246
  • A friendly drop-in at Church Knowle for tea, biscuits and a chat. Everybody welcome.

    • Colin Page: 01929 551406
  • A unique resource on the Dorset/Hampshire border providing music tuition, creative music workshops and music for health and wellbeing for people of all ages and all abilities.

    • Coda Music Trust: 01425 276161
  • We offer a varied mix of courses for adults of all ages here at Allendale House. All of our courses are practical and sociable with no exams. We have computer courses for the complete beginner and also more advanced courses.

    • Computer Classes - East Dorset Heritage Trust: 01202 888992
  • Our IT volunteers are experienced in mentoring older people in using IT services enabling them to access the internet to communicate with family and friends, access local services and do their shopping online.

    • Computer Help - Age Concern North Dorset: 01258 475582
  • Whether you are completely new to computers or want to learn more about the internet, emailing or using Microsoft Office programs, we can offer a personalised one to one course that suits you.

    • Computer Help - Age UK Dorchester: 01305 269444
  • General computer help at the Yarn Barton Community Centre in Beaminster. Drop-in every Wednesday or call to book a place.

    • Mick Read: 01308 805002
  • Computer courses in Weymouth. Please book to make sure we have available computers.

    • Computer Help - Best2Train: 01305 779217
  • General computer help sessions at Blandford library. Please call to book in advance.

    • Computer Help - Blandford Library: 01258 452075
  • Computer help in Bournemouth. Please call to book in advance so we can make sure we have enough computers available.

    • Computer Help - Bournemouth: 01202 527654
  • General computer help and Universal Credit Club at Bridport library. Drop in or call to book your place.

    • Robert Spiller: 0800 4690190
  • General computer help and Universal Credit Club at Bridport library. Drop in or call to book your place.

    • Claire Leech: 01308 422778
  • Drop-in computer help sessions run Tuesdays to Thursdays 10.30am to 12.30pm. Help and guidance available, donations accepted.

    • Computer Help - Charlton Marshall:
  • General computer help at Christchurch library. Please call to book in advance.

    • Computer Help - Christchurch Library: 01202 485938
  • General computer help at Corfe Mullen library every Monday (term time only). Please call to book in advance.

    • Computer Help - Corfe Mullen: 01202 659755
  • General computer help at Crossways library. Drop in or call in advance to check for available slots - we meet every other Tuesday and can do other times by appointment.

    • Computer Help - Crossways: 01305 854080
  • General computer help at Dorchester library. Please contact us to find out the times and to book your place.

    • Francesca Roper: 01305 762417
  • General computer help at the Barrington Theatre in Ferndown.

    • Computer Help - Ferndown Barrington (Digital Champion): 01202 894858
  • General computer help at Ferndown library. Drop in or call to book in advance.

    • Carol Freeman and Craig Hopkins: 01202 874542
  • General computer help at Gillingham library. Drop in or call to check for available slots.

    • Computer Help - Gillingham Library: 01747 822180
  • General computer help at Highcliffe library. Please call to book in advance.

    • Computer Help - Highcliffe Library: 01425 272202
  • Our computer sessions are run as a drop-in, with support from a volunteer mentor, who will be on hand to assist you with questions, advice and guidance. Please bring your own laptop if you have one, as the hall's own equipment is limited and usually in use.

    • Computer Help - Ibberton and Belchalwell: 01258 817260
  • Drop-in computer help sessions at Kinson Community Centre. On Mondays you can use our computers and on Tuesdays you can bring your own devices.

    • Computer Help - Kinson, Bournemouth: 01202 452788
  • General computer help at Littlemoor library in Weymouth. Please call to book in advance.

    • Computer Help - Littlemoor Library: 01305 812350
  • Computer skills courses in Lyme Regis. We have courses for the complete beginner and can teach you how to make the most of the internet and keep in touch with family and friends.

    • Computer Help - LymeNet: 01297 444570
  • General computer help at Lytchett Matravers library. Please call to book in advance.

    • Computer Help - Lytchett Matravers Library: 01202 621281
  • Learn how to use a computer whilst having coffee and cake.

    • Jennifer Harrison: 01258 881609
  • Mosterton & District Over-50s Computer Club offers a friendly, relaxed environment suitable for those at all levels of IT knowledge and experience, including none at all.

    • Ella Venning: 01308 868834
  • General computer help on Portland. Drop-in or call in advance for available slots

    • Isobel Pike: 01305 221048, 07776 477089
  • General computer help at Somerford ARC, Christchurch. Please drop in or call to get more information.

    • Computer Help - Somerford ARC: 01202 470770
  • General computer help, drop-ins, seminars and personal sessions. Please call to find out about dates and times.

    • Computer Help - Sturminster Newton: 01258 475582
  • We offer computer courses on various topics, from taster sessions for the complete beginner, to more advanced ways you can use your computer, such as emails, word processing spreadsheets and editing photos.

    • David Shepherd: 01258 475272 (Wednesdays only)
  • General computer help at Swanage library. Please call in advance to check for available slots.

    • Peter McCarthy: 01929 423485
  • General computer help sessions at Upton Library. Seminars and personal sessions are available. Drop-in or call in advance to check for available slots.

    • Lisa Prince: 01202 623744
  • General computer help at Verwood library. Please call to book in advance.

    • James Prince: 01202 822972
  • General computer help sessions at Wareham library. Please call in advance to book your place.

    • Computer Help - Wareham: 01929 556146
  • General computer help at West Moors library. Please call to book in advance.

    • Computer Help - West Moors Library: 01202 873272
  • Out IT suite is available every day from 10am to 12 noon and 1pm to 3pm. We have tutor support available Monday to Thursday.

    • Computer Help - Weymouth Community Volunteers: 01305 830255
  • General computer help at Weymouth Job Centre. Drop in or call for available slots.

    • Computer Help - Weymouth Job Centre: 0843 4871844
  • General computer help at Weymouth library. We also run Universal Credit sessions. Drop in or call in advance to check available slots.

    • Computer Help - Weymouth Library: 01305 762410
  • General computer help at Wimborne library. Drop in or call to book in advance.

    • Computer Help - Wimborne Library: 01202 882770
  • General computer help at Winfrith Newburgh. Please contact to book in advance.

    • Pat Yonwin:
  • General computer help at Wool library. We don't meet on regular days, please contact us to find out future dates.

    • Petra Peters: 01929 405259
  • General computer help at Wyke Regis library, Weymouth. Please call to book in advance.

    • Computer Help - Wyke Regis Library: 01305 760191
  • A community café in Blandford open to everyone. The Connect Café is a safe and comfortable space for anyone to use, sit with a book and a hot drink, meet with others and find someone to talk to.

    • Connect Cafe - Blandford: 01258 480762
  • Countrymen's Club is a group that meets at a working farm near Sherborne. It is for older men (50 and over) who want to remain active and involved in the countryside.

    • Countrymen's Club: 01963 210703
  • A craft and chat group at Dorchester library.

    • Craft and Chat Group - Dorchester: 01305 224440
  • Bring your craft projects to do in the library! We knit, crochet, craft, colour and paint. Come along for a chat and support in your crafting, refreshments are available.

    • Corfe Mullen Library Activity Groups: 01202 659755
  • A creative art group in Winterborne Whitechurch for people with physical or mental health challenges. Our group is a safe place where people are encouraged to be engaged in the arts and learn new skills.

    • Victoria: 07763 988508
  • A creative writing group at Crossways library.

    • Creative Writing Group - Crossways: 01305 854080
  • A creative writing group at Gillingham library.

    • Creative Writing Group - Gillingham: 01747 822180
  • A creative writing group at Shaftesbury library.

    • Creative Writing Group - Shaftesbury: 01747 852256
  • A knitting and craft group at Crossways library.

    • Crossways Knit and Natter: 01305 854080
  • Dance classes in Bournemouth for those living with dementia or memory loss and their carers.

    • Dancing For Dementia: 01202 203630
  • Supported holidays for people with dementia and their carers. The Dementia Adventure Trust supports people living with dementia and their carers by underwriting the cost of our holidays and breaks to make them as affordable as possible.

    • Dementia Adventure: 01245 237548
  • Come along and try our dementia friendly fitness sessions at Ferndown Leisure Centre.

    • Dementia Friendly Fitness - Ferndown: 01202 877468
  • Fun and enjoyable cricket sessions for people with physical or learning disabilities. Any age and experience welcome. Our club runs outdoor sessions April to September.

    • Joshua Courtenay: 07772 334072
  • Fun and enjoyable indoor cricket sessions for people with physical or learning disabilities. Any age and experience welcome.

    • Abbie Taylor: 01202 877468
  • Dorchester Connect offers services to older people, as well as people with physical and learning disabilities.

    • Elaine Grant: 01305 269073
  • Our shed is open to both men and women and we are based in Dorchester. We are a 'not for profit' organisation run by the members for the members to further friendships while working with wood.

    • Graeme Trinder: 01305 267722
  • At Dorset Abilities Group we believe in giving people the opportunity to express themselves and show off their creative skills. From drawing, canvas painting and patchwork to card making, crafts and needlework, there is something for everyone.

    • Dorset Abilities Group: 01305 457007
  • Our aim is to help enable adults with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs from Dorset to have access to the enjoyment of going to the movies and meeting new friends.

    • Dorset Abilities Group: 01305 457007
  • Our aim is to help enable adults with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs from Dorset to have access to the enjoyment and benefits of being involved in football.

    • Dorset Abilities Group: 01305 457007
  • Group members will take part in lots of tasks which include planting, growing and selling plants, fruit and vegetables, as well as general maintenance around the allotment.

    • Dorset Abilities Group: 01305 457007
  • A social enterprise that provides real work experience and paid work opportunities to individuals with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs.

    • Dorset Abilities Group: 01305 457007
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Blandford. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Judy Bannon: 07748 212009
  • A book club for people with a visual impairment in Poole. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Dave Palmer: 01202 712869
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Bournemouth. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Judy Bannon: 07748 212009
  • An indoor bowling group for people with a visual impairment in Bournemouth and Poole.

    • Judy Bannon: 07748 821009
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Bridport. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Ian Ibbotson: 01308 898484
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Christchurch. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Judith Horn: 01202 393798
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Dorchester. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Judy Bannon: 07748 212009
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Ferndown. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Eric Collingwood: 01202 854688
  • Our team, the Dorset Demons meets twice every month to play goalball. Both visually impaired and fully sighted people are welcome to come along and play.

    • Judy Bannon: 07748 212009
  • A social club for people under 65 with a visual impairment in Poole. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Dorset Blind Association - Poole Lighthouse Club: 01202 712869
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Poole. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Judy Bannon: 07748 212009
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Shaftesbury. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Dorset Blind Association - Shaftesbury Social Club: 01202 712865
  • A handicraft club for people with a visual impairment in Sherborne. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Judy Bannon: 07748 212009
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Sherborne. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Judy Bannon: 07748 212009
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Swanage. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Peter: 01929 421785
  • A social club for people with a visual impairment in Wareham. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Wendy Powell: 01929 550582
  • A social club for people aged 18-65 with a visual impairment in Weymouth. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Leah Cross: 07789 997620
  • A social group for people with a visual impairment in Weymouth. Most club meetings offer entertainment and occasional outings. However, for many of the people who attend clubs, the real attraction is just the opportunity get out of the house, sit and talk with others, share a joke and a coffee and feel safe in the knowledge that they are among friends.

    • Jenny Clift: 01305 787065
  • The Dorset Lavender Farm Project started in 2011 as an empty field and barnyard at Fiddleford, which we've since built up into a care farm.

    • Jo O'Connell: 01258 471194, 07786 896135
  • Double Act Disability Theatre is a user led organisation offering workshops to disabled people and those with learning disabilities.

    • Double Act Disability Theatre: 07850 308789
  • We hold various dementia friendly events at Durlston Country Park. All these events are free but donations are welcome. Please check our website for details of dates of when the events are taking place.

    • Durlston Country Park - Dementia Friendly Events: 01929 424443
  • Day services and luxury first class accommodation for people with a learning disability in the New Forest. As well as day services, we also offer respite and residential stays.

    • Embley Care at The Laundry House: 02380 866544
  • Endeavour is a furnished 4 bedroom holiday let property in Somerset, especially for people with autism and learning disabilities.

    • Endeavour 2 Achieve: 07811 491153
  • Enjoy dancing and music? Want to make new friends and build confidence? Everyday Dance provides creative dance classes for adults with Learning Disabilities in a fun and friendly environment.

    • Joanne Collingbourne: 07505 881255
  • Community farm with day activity provision for adults with moderate learning disability, support needs or respite. Animal and independent living based activity. There is no entry fee but donations are welcome.

    • Fancy's Family Farm: 07810 485351
  • A reading group at Sherborne library.

    • Feel Better with a Book - Sherborne: 01935 812683
  • A knitting and craft group in Ferndown Library.

    • Ferndown Knit and Natter: 01202 874542
  • Ferndown Plus is a purpose built facility for older people. Set in the heart of Ferndown we are very close to local shops and public transport. We offer a high standard of care and activities from our friendly, well trained and experienced team.

    • Ferndown Plus: 01202 894426
  • Free monthly musical entertainment for carers and the person they care for. Please call us to book your place and to find out when our next concert is taking place.

    • Ferndown Plus Musical Entertainment: 01202 894426
  • Day care for people with dementia at the Fernhill Care Home in Ferndown.

    • Fernhill Day Care: 01202 651800
  • An activity group for people with dementia, their carers, family and friends. Our activity groups give people affected by dementia the opportunity to take part in structured activities. Run by a facilitator, who encourages and supports people to take part, the groups are also a chance to relax and socialise.

    • Fordingbridge Activity Group - Alzheimer's Society: 023 8061 0159
  • A music group for people with dementia. Our activity groups give people affected by dementia the opportunity to take part in structured activities. Run by a facilitator, who encourages and supports people to take part, the groups are also a chance to relax and socialise.

    • Fordingbridge Music Group - Alzheimer's Society: 023 8061 0159
  • An informal opportunity for people with dementia and their carers to meet in a local cafe in Bournemouth.

    • Jo Malyon: 01202 764352
  • An informal opportunity for people with dementia and their carers to meet in a local cafe in Bournemouth.

    • Jo Malyon: 01202 764352
  • We are a dementia friendly group where you can come along to remember your old favourite songs and learn new ones. Cost £3 including refreshments.

    • Forget-Me-Not Songsters - Island Community Action: 01305 823789
  • The Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy offer people with special needs the chance to learn through horses.

    • Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy: 01425 673297
  • Fresh Talent works with artists with learning disabilities to nurture their talent and put their work on show alongside other artists.

    • Fresh Talent: 01202 666428, 07973 858359
  • This is a fun and welcoming social group which is open to any age but attendees tend to be over 50. We have various activities, speakers and events - check our website for what is coming up.

    • Friday Night Friends: 01305 786043
  • Trips around Poole Harbour for people with disabilities. Our trips are free of charge.

    • Bob Irwin: 01258 857806
  • We provide an opportunity for people with disabilities, the elderly and young people to experience a trip to sea in our boat, the MV Freedom. The MV Freedom is fully accessible for wheelchair users.

    • Friends of M.V. Freedom: 07974 266867
  • A friendly/sociable group for people who enjoy good company. Guest speakers are often present at meetings. Please contact for details.

    • Sally Nevitt: 01202 419506
  • Age Concern Christchurch operates a number of Friendship Clubs throughout the borough. The Friendship Clubs run from 2pm until 4pm.

    • Friendship Clubs - Age Concern Christchurch: 01202 488311
  • Day service for adults and older people at a horticulture and rural skills centre. Services offered to adults with mental health problems and to older people with dementia or those that have become isolated.

    • Future Roots: 01963 210703
  • A gentle class especially for people over 50 to improve your fitness, strengthen joints, increase inner core strength, keep you moving and improve stability to prevent falls.

    • Get Together Club Seated Exercise Class: 01305 823789
  • The Green Island Holiday Trust provides supported holidays for people with disabilities.

    • Wendy Aubrey: 01202 375006
  • If you have dementia or are caring for someone with dementia you are welcome at our Greenwood Club. The group is supportive and friendly. We learn greenwood working skills, rural crafts and cook over open fires.

    • Jill: 07813 814875
  • Do you enjoy being outdoors and learning new skills? If you have dementia or are caring for someone with dementia you are welcome at our Greenwood Club. Come along to learn about conservation, greenwood working skills, rural crafts and cook over open fires.

    • Jill: 07813 814875
  • Do you enjoy being outdoors and learning new skills? If you have dementia or are caring for someone with dementia you are welcome at our Greenwood Club. Come along to learn about conservation, greenwood working skills, rural crafts and cook over open fires.

    • Jill: 07813 814875
  • These gentle strolls look at the landscape using senses such as touch, sound and smells to enable those involved to discover the reserve. There are a couple of different style walks through the woodland, some are poetry focused whilst others are based more around the sensory experience.

    • Hardy's Birthplace - Dementia Friendly Walks: 01305 251228
  • An open-access harmony singing group for the over 50s in Weymouth.

    • Harmonics: 01305 776106
  • Set on a 10 acre smallholding, Herons View Care Farm is a day care and respite facility for adults with a learning disability. Offering a small scale service to those looking for a predominantly outdoor environment.

    • Herons View Care Farm: 01929 471662, 07786 557618
  • High Mead is a Therapeutic Farm, located in Ham Lane, Wimborne offering a range of activities for those with learning and physical disabilities, mental health issues and for disengaged youngsters. We're also a volunteering hub for all generations.

    • High Mead Farm: 0330 606 0160, 07517 328094
  • A social group for those affected by memory loss and their carers in the Highcliffe area.

    • Sally Palmer: 07541 331881
  • A knit and natter group at Highcliffe library.

    • Highcliffe Knit and Natter: 01425 272202
  • Highcliffe Plus is open Monday to Friday offering day opportunities to older people. We deliver a variety of activities that are interesting and fun as well as providing an opportunity to meet new people.

    • Karena Welham: 01425 278644
  • Holtwood is a smallholding of 15 acres near Wimborne. The farm provides an opportunity for young people, and adults with disabilities to gain first hand experience of farming, food production, and countryside skills. Please contact for full details of charges.

    • Nigel Pritchard: 01258 881233, 07500 417881
  • The aim of the Hope2Bake Project is to encourage people to explore and enjoy cooking and creating culinary delights, while also giving them a fun reason to get out of the house.

    • Hope2Bake: 01747 851397
  • Hope2Cycle is a charitable community partnership promoting cycling, recycling, health and wellbeing in the beautiful area of North Dorset and beyond.

    • Hope2Cycle - Shaftesbury Workshop: 01747 851397
    • Hope2Cycle - Sherborne Workshop: 01747 851397
    • Hope2Cycle - Bournemouth Shop: 01747 851397, 07530 968506
  • Hope2Grow is a social enterprise, a not for profit making business with a social conscience. We are a group of people in health and wellbeing recovery and have set up this enterprise to support our wish to work. Our aim is to help other people in the community by tending to, and managing gardens that people are unable to manage themselves, and in doing so help ourselves.

    • Hope2Grow: 01747 851397
  • On the first Monday of each month we will be enjoying pictures, maps, documents or recordings and learning something new about the natural world and local artists.

    • Maria Gayton: 01305 228947
  • Learn new skills and prepare for work by growing fruit and vegetables for the local community.

    • King's Park Allotment Project: 01202 452755
  • The Kitchen Project prepares, cooks and serves the healthy hot school Meals for King's Park Academy in Boscombe. This unique Project offers adults with learning disabilities the opportunity to be involved in the production and service of healthy school meals.

    • David Olsen: 01202 395138 303
  • For anyone who likes knitting, crocheting, sewing or embroidering, as well as spending quality time with others.

    • Blandford Community Centre Activities: 01258 480762
  • A tennis session for people with learning disabilities.

    • Dave Sanger: 07812 676761
  • We provide social group outings for adults with learning disabilities in Bournemouth and Poole.

    • Emily Kelly: 07773 355961
  • Let's Go Supported Holidays provide fantastic holidays for adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities. We organise supported holidays throughout the year to both UK and worldwide destinations.

    • Let's Go - Supported Holidays: 01202 760311, 07436 266073
  • Come along at any time for chat and refreshments, board games and crafts as well as a bring and buy stall. Occasional entertainment and excursions are also organised for your enjoyment.

    • Dianne Partridge: 01202 897087
  • Holton Lee is a unique, secluded part of Dorset where visitors can get away from the stresses of life and find time and space for personal growth through access to the arts and the natural environment. All the facilities at Holton Lee have been designed and built to ensure that they are accessible to everyone.

    • Livability Holton Lee: 01202 625562
  • Longmead is a community farm offering day and residential courses/respite for families in crisis, in the form of farm based activities on a 6 acre small holding. Longmead offers a safe supportive rural environment to learn new skills, build relationships and self confidence to help deal with the challenges experienced in everyday life. Please contact for full details of charges.

    • Longmead Community Farm: 01258 837960
  • A knit and natter group at Lyme Regis library.

    • Lyme Regis Knit and Natter: 01297 443151
  • A knit and natter group at Lytchett Matravers library.

    • Lytchett Matravers Knit and Natter: 01202 621281
  • Environmental Education centre and Care Farm based on 132 acres of organic west country farmland. We have a residential centre, and a range of facilities accessible for disabled people. We offer school day-trips and residential education programmes for primary and secondary schools and care farming experiences for children and adults with learning disabilities and/or challenging social backgrounds.

    • Magdalen Farm: 01460 30144
  • Music has proven to be beneficial for retaining memory in later life. When memory is failing a person, they are very likely to be able to recall a familiar melody. Melodies for Memories is an informal and fun music group for anyone who enjoys music and is affected by memory loss.

    • Hilary Foggo: 01305 269444
  • Music has proven to be beneficial for retaining memory in later life. When memory is failing a person, they are very likely to be able to recall a familiar melody. Melodies for Memories is an informal and fun music group for anyone who enjoys music and is affected by memory loss.

    • Hilary Foggo: 01305 269444
  • Music has proven to be beneficial for retaining memory in later life. When memory is failing a person, they are very likely to be able to recall a familiar melody. Melodies for Memories is an informal and fun music group for anyone who enjoys music and is affected by memory loss.

    • Jules Walker: 01305 269444
  • Musical exercise classes to suit all ages and abilities in Bournemouth and Poole. We have chair based sessions and more active sessions. Check our website for details of our classes.

    • Sue Robathan: 01202 282315, 07891 622869
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Blandford: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Boscombe: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Bridport: 01202 764352
  • A memory café for people with dementia and their carers in the Broadstone area.

    • Annette Brooke: 01202 693555
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Christchurch: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Dorchester: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Ferndown: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Hamworthy: 01202 764352
  • A Memory cafe in Lyme or Uplyme. The group will provide a supportive environment for people suffering memory loss and their carers. There will be activities such as music, singing, games, memory boxes, outings and talks. We would hope to also bring health care professionals in to provide support and advice to carers. If you are interested please contact us. We are also looking for volunteers, so please contact us if you can help.

    • Jane Thomas: 01297 443481
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Oakdale: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Shaftesbury: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Sherborne: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Swanage: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Verwood: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Wareham: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Westbourne: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Weymouth: 01202 764352
  • Memory Cafés provide an opportunity for people with dementia, families and carers to meet with others, ask questions of professionals and learn from the experiences of others.

    • Memory Cafe - Wimborne: 01202 764352
  • Mindful is a registered charity created to support local projects for older people (age over 65) with mental health problems and their carers and people of any age who have memory loss or dementia.

    • Barbara Turnbull or Sally Nutbeem: 01747 852153 (Sally), 07971 338339 (Barbara)
  • Mindful is a registered charity created to support local projects for older people (age over 65) with mental health problems and their carers and people of any age who have memory loss or dementia.

    • Barbara Turnbull or Sally Nutbeem: 01747 852153 (Sally), 07971 338339 (Barbara)
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Christchurch library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Christchurch: 01202 485938
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Ferndown library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Ferndown: 01202 874542
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Gillingham library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Gillingham: 01747 822180
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Highcliffe library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Highcliffe: 01425 272202
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Littlemoor library in Weymouth. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Littlemoor: 01305 812350
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Portland library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Portland: 01305 820171
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Shaftesbury library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Shaftesbury: 01747 852256
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Sturminster Newton library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Sturminster Newton: 01258 472669
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Upton library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Upton: 01202 623744
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Verwood library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Verwood: 01202 822972
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at West Moors library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - West Moors: 01202 873272
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Weymouth library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Weymouth: 01305 762410
  • Relax and unwind at one of our colouring sessions at Wimborne library. Mindfulness is recommended by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and even a few minutes of mindful colouring can be uplifting. Put the day and time in your diary and come every week, or just drop by when you feel the need. Borrow books to take home, chat to our friendly staff and walk away relaxed for the day.

    • Mindful Colouring - Wimborne: 01202 882770
  • Mindful Marching On is a social activity group in North Dorset for men with memory problems, using electronic gadgets and gizmo's (e.g. Ten Pin Bowling, Golf, Tennis, Car Racing) to engage in fun and entertaining games and a great chance to socialise. Just come along and watch or join in.

    • Sally Nutbeem: 01747 852153
  • We support adults with additional needs in our activity day care. We provide a stimulating day service environment, for active adults, who are keen to be involved in indoor and outdoor activities. Cost: £50.00 per day, which includes lunch and refreshments.

    • Kate and Nigel Moore: 01202 242514 (evening), 07974 073591 (daytime)
  • Movers and Shakers offers women over 50 a unique chance to keep fit and be creative in a meaningful way. These creative contemporary dance sessions will improve physical skills and movement memory.

    • Lyn: 01305 263489
  • Sessions offering an opportunity for relaxation and movement whilst socialising and enjoying the company of others.

    • Moving Gently Together: 01258 480762
  • A Day Service for adults with learning disabilities who are working towards independence.

    • Sue Munts: 01305 459598, 07791 064475
  • A Day Service for adults with learning difficulties who are working towards independence.

    • Sue Munts: 01305 826011, 07791 064475
  • A Day Service for adults with learning difficulties who are working towards independence.

    • Sue Munts: 01305 459598, 07791 064475
  • Do you live with memory loss or dementia? Join us for a social afternoon of reminiscence, friendship and support.

    • Anna Shiels: 01202 633971
  • Music and gentle movement classes aimed at people with dementia, Alzheimer's or any other form of memory loss in the Bournemouth and New Milton areas. Friends and carers most welcome.

    • Gemma Dixon: 07891 838969
  • My Place Dorset is a day service for young adults with Autism and additional needs. We are based in Weymouth.

    • Clare and Michelle: 07866 853085 (Clare) or 07920 428039 (Michelle)
  • Natural Choices in Dorset aims to encourage and enable people to improve their physical health and mental well-being through different activities within the natural environment. Natural Choices includes activities such as mindfulness, Park Yoga, gardening, health walks and conservation activities.

    • Maria Clarke: 01305 264620
  • We send out our free talking newspaper on USB memory sticks every Friday. You can also listen to our talking newspaper and talking magazines online on our website.

    • Adam Singfield: 01425 616361
  • Northbourne Connect is a specialist Dementia Day Opportunities service based in Bournemouth. The service offers a warm welcome, calm and secure environment. We provide a wide range of activities within the centre and in the community. Our specialist staff enable people to remain active, independent in 'Living well with Dementia'.

    • Northbourne Connect: 01202 454749
  • Day provision for adults with learning disabilities.

    • Michelle Collier: 01202 466405, 07979 912852
  • A mixture of seated and standing exercises, stretching, stamina and core strengthening work run by Island Community Action. Osteo-cise is ideal for those suffering from joint problems including arthritis and osteoporosis.

    • Osteo-cise Exercise Class: 01305 823789
  • The club meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month except August. Meetings start at 2.30pm and finish around 4pm. We have a raffle and lucky dip ball dip, check our website for details of what we are getting up to.

    • Over 50s Club - Weymouth: 01305 839579
  • A friendly club for anyone who would like to meet new people and is over the age of 50.

    • Over 50s Friendship Club: 01202 517989
  • Funded by the National Lottery and run by ArtsLink Fizz! our free Parkinson's Dance is for people and their carers living with the challenges caused by Parkinson's and helps to support balance, movement, voice and independence while providing a friendly social weekly class with time for tea, coffee and talking after the dancing.

    • Kate Osman: 01935 815899
  • Parkstone Connect in Poole is a busy centre providing leisure and learning opportunities for adults with disabilities.

    • Parkstone Connect: 01202 721590
  • All are welcome to join us - those with disabilities along with non-disabled. Come along and make new friends.

    • Brian Knight: 01202 698896
  • We are a group of men working on projects at their own pace in a friendly and inclusive venue. This is a place to share skills and crafts, somewhere to feel at home, have fun, socialise and stay active, where everyone is welcome.

    • Poole Men's Shed: 07985 957235
  • Poole Plus for older people aims to promote independence and enhance the quality of life of those who attend.

    • Poole Plus: 01202 721722
  • Poole Sailability welcomes anyone with a disability to enjoy active sailing in a friendly club environment during the summer months on the beautiful waters of Poole Harbour. Previous sailing experience is not necessary. We aim to accommodate most disabilities, but you should be able to board a boat unaided, or with limited physical assistance.

    • Poole Sailability: 01444 390171
  • A community garden in Poole. Everyone is welcome to join in, in whatever way suits them - no gardening experience needed.

    • Clare Wade: 0800 6523 900
  • Portland Connect is a day service for older people and is located in the Fortuneswell area on Portland.

    • Portland Connect: 01305 821337
  • Join PICK and improve your computer skills whether you are new to computing or advanced. Our friendly social meetings are here to help, we assist older people in getting the best from their computers.

    • Portland Island Computer Klub (PICK): 01305 839604
  • Project Purple provides community based activities in and around Bournemouth for the over 55's. Courses and activities currently provided are yoga, energetic walking group, basic and intermediate computer courses, excursions and pub trips.

    • Project Purple - Age UK Bournemouth: 01202 530530
  • Purbeck Connect caters for adults with learning and physical disabilities including early onset dementia.

    • Purbeck Connect: 01929 557746
  • Our team at the Purbeck Workshop in Wool provide activities free of charge to those affected by cancer, their friends and families too.

    • Purbeck Workshop: 07757 776907
  • Run by the Dorset Mental Health Forum, REACH aims to encourage people into in a range of sports and social activities which then increase confidence, self esteem and social skills. All the sessions are fun, friendly and enjoyable for all abilities and fitness levels - the groups are all about taking part.

    • REACH Sports and Social Activities: 01305 257172, 07788 312844
  • Reading group at Blandford Library.

    • Reading Group - Blandford: 01258 452075
  • Come along to chat about times past and meet new friends. The library provides resources and books for the group.

    • Reminiscence Group - Christchurch: 01202 485938
  • Come along to chat about times past and meet new friends. The library provides resources and books for the group.

    • Corfe Mullen Library Activity Groups: 01202 659755
  • Come along to chat about times past and meet new friends. The library provides resources and books for the group.

    • Reminiscence Group - Dorchester: 01305 224440
  • Come along to chat about times past and meet new friends. The library provides resources and books for the group.

    • Reminiscence Group - Shaftesbury: 01747 852256
  • Come along to chat about times past and meet new friends. The library provides resources and books for the group.

    • Reminiscence Group - Sherborne: 01935 812683
  • Come along to chat about times past and meet new friends. The library provides resources and books for the group.

    • Reminiscence Group - Verwood: 01202 822972
  • Come along to chat about times past and meet new friends. The library provides resources and books for the group.

    • Reminiscence Group - Wimborne: 01202 882770
  • We provide respite holidays for disabled adults and carers, as well as dedicated breaks for people with Alzheimer's and carers. We currently run three accessible holiday centres in Chigwell in Essex, Southampton and Southport.

    • Revitalise - respite holidays: 0303 303 0145
  • We provide a range of quality day services and work opportunities for adults with a learning disability, including those who have a physical disability.

    • Ridgeway Plus: 01305 760917
  • We are a social club for blind and visually impaired people living in the Ringwood and Fordingbridge areas.

    • Ringwood and Fordingbridge Club for the Blind: 07849 794205
  • A community choir for people living with and beyond cancer.

    • Rising Voices Choir - Bournemouth: 07500 676083
  • A community choir for people living with and beyond cancer.

    • Rising Voices Choir - Poole: 07500 676083
  • A monthly drop-in for people with learning disabilities, their parents and carers in the Bournemouth area. There are activities, refreshments, music time and thought for the day. Our activities are mainly crafts and puzzles. Friendship and fun are the key!

    • Val Green: 07526 015327
  • If you, or a friend or family member, feel that you would enjoy or benefit from spending a day or more a week with us in the day centre, give us a call.

    • Lisa Holmes: 01305 269444
  • A creative day club for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. At Say So Create, we aim to provide an assortment of fun and engaging workshops where everyone can try new things, feel listened to and empowered to unleash their creative talents.

    • Say So Create: 07725 942609
  • Creative workshops for children and adults with learning disabilities across Bournemouth, Poole and East Dorset.

    • Say So Drama:
  • A knit and natter group at Shaftesbury library.

    • Shaftesbury Knit and Natter: 01747 852256
  • Shaftesbury Plus is run by Tricuro in the Trinity Centre. Its role is to support and enable older people to continue to live within the local community. We also provide a respite service for carers and their families.

    • Shaftesbury Plus: 01747 854959
  • Community Resource Service for adults with a learning disability. We encourage and enable adults with Learning Disabilities to access their own community and become valued members and contributors.

    • Paul Smith: 01935 811229, 07768 558972
  • A group in Sherborne where you can come along for knitting, sewing, crochet and company.

    • Sherborne Knit and Natter: 01935 508249
  • Theatre workshops for adults with learning disabilities in Bournemouth and Poole. Create amazing performances, build confidence and have fun.

    • Emma: 07584 672952
  • Singing for the Brain is based around the principles of music therapy and singing. The structured group sessions use music to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. Each session includes a range of activities including vocal warm-up and singing a variety of familiar and new songs.

    • Singing for the Brain - Blandford: 01202 764352
  • Singing for the Brain is based around the principles of music therapy and singing. The structured group sessions use music to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. Each session includes a range of activities including vocal warm-up and singing a variety of familiar and new songs.

    • Singing for the Brain - Christchurch: 01202 764352
  • Singing for the Brain is based around the principles of music therapy and singing. The structured group sessions use music to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. Each session includes a range of activities including vocal warm-up and singing a variety of familiar and new songs.

    • Singing for the Brain - Dorchester: 01202 764352
  • Singing for the Brain is based around the principles of music therapy and singing. The structured group sessions use music to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. Each session includes a range of activities including vocal warm-up and singing a variety of familiar and new songs.

    • Singing for the Brain - Gillingham: 01202 764352
  • Singing for the Brain is based around the principles of music therapy and singing. The structured group sessions use music to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. Each session includes a range of activities including vocal warm-up and singing a variety of familiar and new songs.

    • Singing for the Brain - Poole: 01202 764352
  • Singing for the Brain is based around the principles of music therapy and singing. The structured group sessions use music to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. Each session includes a range of activities including vocal warm-up and singing a variety of familiar and new songs.

    • Singing for the Brain - Sherborne: 01202 764352
  • Singing for the Brain is based around the principles of music therapy and singing. The structured group sessions use music to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. Each session includes a range of activities including vocal warm-up and singing a variety of familiar and new songs.

    • Singing for the Brain - Westbourne: 01202 764352
  • Singing for the Brain is based around the principles of music therapy and singing. The structured group sessions use music to encourage communication and participation and include opportunities to talk to other people. Each session includes a range of activities including vocal warm-up and singing a variety of familiar and new songs.

    • Singing for the Brain - Weymouth: 01202 764352
  • The Slades Farm Community Garden is a community project initiated by Transition Bournemouth to help create a sustainable wildlife friendly community garden, and carry out conservation activities, in the Slades Farm area, in Ensbury Park.

    • Theresa McManus: 07958 138053
  • The South West Dorset Talking Newspaper provides a weekly dose of local news and a talking magazine, free of charge, to people who are either blind or partially sighted. We serve the Weymouth, Portland, Lyme Regis, Bridport, Dorchester, Sherborne and Blandford areas but we have listeners all over Dorset, in neighbouring counties and even further afield.

    • South West Dorset Talking Newspaper: 01305 783628 (Wednesday mornings only, 9am to 10am)
  • We provide a range of quality day services for clients with dementia with a quiet, calm and relaxing atmosphere.

    • Southill Plus: 01305 760402
  • Day services in Ringwood for adults who have learning disabilities. We support people to access many activities both inside and throughout our community. Come along to try activities and make new friends.

    • Spiral Blue Day Services: 01425 482774
  • Come and join us at our allotment gardening group for people with dementia and their carers.

    • Sarah Rampton: 01202 764352
  • The Stour Connect Complex is a community day service run by Tricuro Ltd. It provides person centred day care for older people, adults with physical or learning disabilities and respite for their carers.

    • Stour Connect: 01258 472957
  • A performing arts day service for adults with additional needs.

    • Sue Munts: 01305 826011, 07791 064474
  • Sturts Farm Community is an adult community working to support adults with Learning Disabilities.

    • Sturts Farm: 01202 854762
  • A gentle and fun seated exercise class for those wishing to improve their physical mobility and wellbeing in a welcoming, safe and friendly setting.

    • Sally Hunt: 07738 987280
  • Swanage Connect is a day care provider in the centre of Swanage. We provide services for up to 20 people per day to older people and those who have conditions usually associated with aging. Staff are experienced, well trained and committed to providing excellent care to those that attend.

    • Swanage Connect: 01929 422804
  • Tatnam Organic Patch is a community garden and organic allotment in Poole.

    • Gary and Andy: 01202 679517 (Gary) or 01202 389782 (Andy)
  • We run excellent sessions for mature gentlemen to get together, discuss life, worlds' affairs, enjoy a game, a quiz or model making, plan a trip and much more.

    • Blandford Community Centre Activities: 01258 480762
  • An opportunity to get together with others, enjoy different board games, crosswords and many other options for cognitive stimulation. Making new friendships and keeping the brain ticking!

    • Blandford Community Centre Activities: 01258 480762
  • The Filo Project offers high quality day care in an intimate home setting in the community for small groups of older people. Our service supports individuals who are socially isolated, many experiencing symptoms associated with moderate dementia, including memory loss. In Dorset, we have services in Lyme Regis and Bridport.

    • The Filo Project: 01392 982138
  • Friendship Club is where people with learning disabilities can make and meet friends. Members choose where we meet and what we do. We meet in Weymouth, Dorchester and North Dorset but in our newsletter we share information about other activities going on in the rest of Dorset.

    • Lisa: 01305 257600
  • The Green Shed is an award-winning workshop, assisting adults with learning disabilities. We offer a range of work based activities and are situated at Castle Gardens, Sherborne.

    • The Green Shed: 01935 814548
  • Growing confidence and skills as well as flowers in Swanage - Greengage is run by the Dorset Wildlife Trust.

    • Katie Wilkinson: 01202 692033
  • We are a unique hotel offering a beautiful holiday retreat for cancer patients and those with life threatening illnesses. Carers, families and friends are all welcome.

    • The Grove Hotel - Respite Holidays: 01202 552233
  • We are widows of all ages who meet in local groups for social events organised by our members. Our main purpose is to get together, support each other, make new friends, chat and have fun with others who understand.

    • The Jolly Dollies:
  • The Lantern Workshops offers meaningful day opportunities for adults with a learning difficulty.

    • The Lantern Community: 01425 460201
  • The Man Shed is a workshop for local men to meet sharing skills, memories and general camaraderie in an informal, welcoming atmosphere.

    • Colin Stott: 01305 823789 (Island Community Action office), 07736 204451
  • The Osborne Centre is a place to meet for people with MS, their carers, volunteer helpers and supporters. Transport is arranged for the less able from and back to the surrounding areas. Lunch, coffee, tea and snacks are available at very reasonable cost. The garden is an ideal place to relax when the weather is kind or the quiet room when it is not.

    • Multiple Sclerosis Society - Bournemouth Branch: 01202 570300
  • An open session to anyone who suffers with memory problems and their carers. The Remembering Tree Café is a safe and interesting place for you both to come to, meet others, build really supportive and caring friendships and learn and experience new ways of communicating and sharing memories.

    • The Remembering Tree Cafe: 01258 480762
  • Day care is provided for older people who need help and support to continue living at home. This may be support to retain or regain independence or short term care to give carers a break.

    • The Shielings Day Service: 01935 816321
  • The Stable Family Home Trust provides a range of services to support people with a learning disability to lead fulfilled and active lives.

    • The Stable Family Home Trust: 01425 478043
  • You can with Toucan! We offer day opportunities to adults with learning disabilities.

    • Katie Lickman: 07736 301033
  • Town Farm Workshop is an innovative project from Regard, we provide care and support to adults, young people and children with Learning Difficulties, Mental Health needs and Acquired Brain Injury.

    • Town Farm Workshop: 01725 552992 or 0800 840 0313
  • Turlin Moor Community Garden is a Community Garden in Poole open to everyone, 24/7. It is run by a Committee of local residents, with support from Poole Housing Partnership.

    • Clare Wade: 0800 6523 900
  • A community farm in Poundbury, Dorchester run by Transition Town Dorchester (TTD).

    • Under Lanche Community Farm:
  • Upton day/club will provide meaningful day time occupation for those with severe to moderate learning difficulties. The club aims to promote and develop skills that encourage community presence and to enjoy a richer life.

    • Upton day/club: 07557 526697
  • A community care farm, open to all, in Lytchett Matravers.

    • Emily Hibbs: 01202 801808
  • Community Resource Service for adults with a physical/learning disability.

    • Verwood Connect: 01202 828345
  • A social club for older people with guest speakers, entertainment and occasional outings.

    • Neil Best: 01202 814059
  • A knit and natter group at Verwood library.

    • Verwood Knit and Natter: 01202 822972
  • This dedicated Horticultural service in Branksome, Poole is aimed at adults with disabilities - we will provide unique learning experiences within our beautiful landscaped grounds.

    • Victoria Horticulture: 01202 763697
  • Walking Football, a slower version of the beautiful game!

    • Walking Football: 01202 688277
  • A great opportunity to get out in the fresh air and meet new people. The Health Walks are led by volunteer Health Walk leaders throughout Christchurch and East Dorset.

    • Marc Thompson: 01425 480811
  • The Dorchester Strollers is a voluntary led Walking for Health Group which aims to help people get outdoors and reap the benefits of being more active.

    • Maureen Hayward and Moira Pinder: 01300 341255 (Moira), 07771 623973 (Maureen)
  • Healthy walks in the Borough of Poole.

    • Walking for Health - Poole Healthy Walks: 01202 261333
  • Healthy walks for people in Swanage every Tuesday.

    • John Kirwin: 01929 481000
  • Gentle and free guided walks in Maiden Newton and Beaminster, led by friendly and supportive volunteers. Walking is a great way to improve your health, reduce stress and make friends. Enjoy a short sociable walk followed by tea and coffee at the surgery. All are welcome.

    • Barbara Evans: 07810 153012
  • Walking Netball is a slowed down version of the game of netball, designed for anyone looking to exercise in a relaxed, supported and friendly environment. A game of walking netball is for all ages and abilities and every session contains a gentle warm up.

    • Karen Peaty: 01308 427464, 07540 126594
  • Walking Netball is a slowed down version of the game of netball, designed for anyone looking to exercise in a relaxed, supported and friendly environment. A game of walking netball is for all ages and abilities and every session contains a gentle warm up.

    • Karen Peaty: 07540 126594
  • Walking Netball is a slowed down version of the game of netball, designed for anyone looking to exercise in a relaxed, supported and friendly environment. A game of walking netball is for all ages and abilities and every session contains a gentle warm up.

    • Gemma:
  • Walking Netball is a slowed down version of the game of netball, designed for anyone looking to exercise in a relaxed, supported and friendly environment. A game of walking netball is for all ages and abilities and every session contains a gentle warm up.

    • Karen Peaty: 07540 126594
  • A website totally dedicated to providing free information on routes that are suitable for those that use a wheelchair.

    • Walks with Wheelchairs:
  • Wallisdown Plus is a specialist service, offering day opportunities for people with a learning disability. We offer a wide range of activities both on site and in the community providing person centred, goal led support. It is a service that is fun, welcoming, stimulating and safe.

    • Wallisdown Plus: 01202 456100
  • A craft and chat group at Wareham library.

    • Wareham Craft and Chat: 01929 556146
  • Our Men's Shed is a communal workshop, which provides a place for guys to work together, to learn together, and have fun together. A cross between the Cheers Bar, the Generation Game, and DIY SOS.

    • Wareham Men's Shed: 01929 554758
  • Wareham Plus is a day care provider in the centre of Wareham. We provide services for up to 30 people per day to older people and those who have conditions usually associated with aging. Our staff are experienced, well trained and committed to providing excellent care to those that attend.

    • Caroline Drayson: 01929 554618
  • Our Weekend Friends groups is an excellent opportunity for people with learning disabilities to get together, enjoy creative activities, socialise as well as prepare and eat lunch together.

    • Blandford Community Centre Activities: 01258 480762
  • Well 4 Life is a day provision for adults with learning difficulties/disabilities in Parkstone, Poole.

    • Well 4 Life: 07780 876591 or 07939 849271
  • Join us for this free fortnightly event at Radipole Lake in Weymouth, a chance to escape the hustle and bustle and enjoy a gentle stroll experiencing the sights and sounds of our nature reserve. This is a sociable event great for a healthy body and mind. This event is particularly suitable for anyone wanting to lose weight, recovering from illness or wanting to improve their mental health and wellbeing. The walk is also dementia friendly.

    • Wellbeing Walks - RSPB Weymouth: 01305 778313
  • Wessex Warriors Powerchair Football Club aims to provide an opportunity for those with severe physical disabilities to play football.

    • Wessex Warriors Powerchair Football: 07880 495389
  • A knit and natter group at West Moors library.

    • West Moors Knit and Natter: 01202 873272
  • Westbourne Plus offers a range of day opportunities to people with significant support needs related to their mental health. We give you the chance to do things you enjoy, mix with other people and get the support you need. This helps you keep well and live a fulfilling life. Activities take place at Westbourne Plus and in the community.

    • Westbourne Plus: 01202 451500
  • Weymouth Connect, at the Acorns, is a purpose built centre which provides day services for a range of people with support needs, including older people, adults with learning disabilities, adults with physical disabilities and those people who have support needs relating to their mental health. We also support adults with learning disabilities, aged 19 and over, to take part in voluntary or paid work to help them to succeed in becoming more independent and fulfilled in all aspects of their lives.

    • Weymouth Connect: 01305 760583
  • A knit and natter group at Weymouth library.

    • Weymouth Knit and Natter: 01305 762410
  • A knit and natter group at Wimborne library.

    • Wimborne Knit and Natter: 01202 882770
  • Wimborne Wagtails Swimming Club for the Disabled is a local club offering swimming, water therapy and social activities to anyone with a physical or mental disability. We are open to members of all ages and also welcome their family and friends.

    • David Allen and Ros Barton: 01258 858675 (David) or 01202 883548 (Ros)
  • A variety of exercise classes for older people in East Dorset, Purbeck, Weymouth, Christchurch, Bournemouth and Poole. We have classes to suit more able people as well as those with reduced mobility.

    • Younger 4 Longer - Exercise Classes for Older People:
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