NOTE: if you would like to join in any of the activities, but feel a bit shy, just pop in or give us a ring and one of our friendly volunteers will meet you and introduce you.
Bluesci 1-2-1 Support
Bluesci support people through the 5 Ways to Wellbeing: Connect; Be Active; Take Notice; Give; and Learn. These five aspects of life are encouraged through the activities and services running at the Wellbeing Centre.
Additionally Bluesci offer individual support for people who may be experiencing emotional or psychological distress in their lives. We offer support to help you find ways of building your confidence and to improve and maintain your wellbeing.
If you are over 18, a Trafford resident and want to use the service then you can pop in to make an appointment, ring us on 0161 912 2177 or send us a message via this website contact us.
Activities you can attend without booking – just come along
|Monday||4.00pm-6.00pm||Level Up Gaming – Play Minecraft – Mario Kart – indie classics and all sorts of other stuff – in our family-friendly weekly gaming sessions (£1.00 entry per child) contact :- Mike Croft mobile no. 07763179753 or email: Mikefirstname.lastname@example.org (next one 14th January)|
|Tuesday||10.00am-3.00pm||Craft & Coffee shop open- for more information email: email@example.com|
|Tuesday||10.30am-12.00pm||Coffee Morning – Join us for a tea or coffee every month with the Friends of Coppice Library (2nd Tuesday of the Month)|
|Wednesday||10.00am-12.00pm||Small Words – Come and join an informal creative writing workshop for more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wednesday||10.00am-3.00pm||Craft & Coffee shop open- for more information email: email@example.com|
|Wednesday||10.00am-12.00pm||Multicultural Women’s Group – Join Sol and make new friends with women from all around the world! for more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org ( there is no meeting on the first Wednesday of the month)|
|Wednesday||11.00am-12 mid day||Rhyme Time (0-5 years) – Free sessions. Come and sing nursery rhymes with other parents and children and Beanstalks Play-workers|
|Wednesday||1.00pm-3.00pm||Scilight Arts Craft Group – Develop your creativity with our free craft sessions. This is an informal craft session held on a Wednesday. Facilitated by Jo Hogan and Julie Howarth. For more information email: email@example.com (next one 9th January)|
|Wednesday||1.00pm-2.30pm||Language Library English for Everyone– Come and have a brew with speakers of other languages. Meet new friends chat and join in with ESOL online learning. For more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Wednesday||3.30pm-5.00pm||Kids in Space– Join Roger and help inspire your child with these free space-related technology workshops. Every 2 weeks. For more information email: email@example.com (next workshop 19th December)|
|10.00am-3.00pm||Craft & Coffee shop open- for more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org|
|9.15am – 10.15am||Story time (0-5 years) Encourage your child's love of stories as Beanstalks Play-workers read and craft with the children|
|Saturday||2.45pm||Councillor's Surgery – An opportunity to meet and talk to your local Ward Councillors on the 3rd Saturday of each month (No appointment required)|
|10.30am-12.00pm||Storytime – Encourage your child's love of stories as the Friends of Coppice Library read and craft with the children (1st Saturday of the month) (next one 15th December)|
|Saturday||10.30am-12.00pm||Knitting Group – "Bring your needles and knit and natter"|
Activities you have to book in advance
|Monday||11.00am-12.00pm||Reading Group 1 – (1st Monday of the month) Please see 'Reading Groups' below for more details.|
|Tuesday||9.00am-5.00pm||Citizens Advice Bureau – CAB Trafford are here every week holding one-to-one sessions to help you with your problems (call 0300 330 9073 for an appointment) By appointment only|
|Tuesday||5.30pm-7.30pm||iSyllabus – A religious study course aimed at secondary-school aged children- to help teach the religion of Islam in a simple and unambiguous way By appointment only contact Naseema Sodawala on 07817174565 or at email@example.com|
|Wednesday||2.00pm-3.00pm||Reading Group 3 – (Last Wednesday of the month) Please see 'Reading Groups' below for more details.|
|Thursday||2.00pm-3.00pm||Killer Thriller Reading Group – (2nd Thursday of the month) new book starting 9th August The Craftsman by Sharon Bolton Please see 'Reading Groups' below for more details.|
|Thursday||5.30pm-7.30pm||iSyllabus – A religious study course aimed at secondary-school aged children- to help teach the religion of Islam in a simple and unambiguous way By appointment only contact Naseema Sodawala on 07817174565 or at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Friday||2.00pm-4.00pm||Relaxed British Sign Language Group 10 week course cost £55.00 (towards the cost of the tutor) to book on the next course contact: email@example.com|
|Friday||5.30pm-7.30pm||iSyllabus – A religious study course aimed at secondary-school aged children- to help teach the religion of Islam in a simple and unambiguous way By appointment only contact Naseema Sodawala on 07817174565 or at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Saturday||1.00pm-3.30pm||Urdu Classes – Brush up on your Urdu in our weekly classes aimed primarily at older children £5.00 per session. By appointment only. For more information contact Mamoona Asif on 07703149173 or email: email@example.com|
Due to limited spaces, anybody wanting to join one of our Reading Groups should register first with the group, or by contacting Trafford Libraries at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on 0161 912 3189. click here to go to the Trafford Libraries website.
Reading Groups hold informal, monthly meetings where their members can discuss books, sharing opinions on themes, story, writing etc..Each group has a leader who directs the discussion, but each person in the group is welcomed and encouraged to offer their own personal views and ideas about the book. The books that are read in each group are chosen collectively by the group’s members. The types of books chosen vary and don’t follow any particular theme or genre, unless specifically stated in the description of the group.
There are 3 groups who meet every month at Coppice Library and Wellbeing Centre. When members decide on the book they’re going to discuss, Trafford Libraries will arrange copies of it to be sent to the library to be picked up. The book is then discussed the following month at the group.
|Reading Group 1 – Adult General Fiction/Non-fiction||First Monday of the month – 11.00am-12.00pm||No specific subject is read but it tends to be recently published fiction with a focus on drama. Contact: Andrea on 0161 973 5667 or email email@example.com. Alternatively leave name and contact number/e-mail at reception.|
Reading Group 2 – Killer Thriller – Adult General Fiction/Non-fiction
|Second Thursday of the month – 2.00pm-3.00pm||Focuses on Crime fiction- usually involving murders. Mostly contemporary fiction set in the modern day. – Contact: A message for Jane can be left at reception- leave your name and contact details. Alternatively you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Reading Group 3 – Adult General Fiction/Non-fiction||Last Wednesday of the month – 2.00pm-3.00pm||This group is run by volunteers. Both contemporary and classic fiction is read. A mix of new books and old covering a variety of topics. – Contact: Rosemary- a message for Rosemary can be left at reception- just leave your name and contact details. Alternatively you can e-mail email@example.com.|
|Day||Date and Time||Activity|
|Recovery Academy||14th December 2018 – 10.00am – 1.00pm||Build a Better You|
|Recovery Academy||21st February 2019 – 10.00am – 3.00pm||Creative Writing|
|Recovery Academy||5th 12th 19th & 26th March 2019 – 5.00pm – 6.00pm||An Introduction to Mindfullness Skills course|
To book on a course click here
Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust’s Recovery Academy provides a range of free educational courses and resources co-written and co-delivered by both professionals and people who themselves have experienced mental health or substance misuse problems. All the courses focus on supporting people with their recovery and promote good health and wellbeing.
Who can attend?
- Anyone who is experiencing mental health or substance misuse problems including their supporters (family, friends and loved ones)
- GMMH staff, volunteers, students on placement and health care professionals
For information about courses run by the Recovery Academy: https://www.gmw.nhs.uk/recovery-prospectus
Click here for a list of Trafford E-library Services
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