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01935 474875 | 01823 334906 [email protected]

Our Yeovil Community Day is for anyone experiencing poor mental health who would benefit from attending and participating in group activities or people who just want advice and information. We provide a welcoming place where people can socialise with other people that may be in a similar situation to them, be involved in fun activities or access information, guidance, reassurance and support. 

This project is run by the users of the group who plan and organises various activities and help make decisions about how the drop in day is run. The project is not funded through external means but by South Somerset Mind so there are opportunities to be involved in fundraising activities raising much needed funds.

The Community Day runs every Wednesday 9.30am-3.30pm at the Methodist Church, Yeovil (BA20 1JZ). Our helpful and friendly Support Worker, Annie, is also available on the day to offer emotional support and information regarding our services plus signposting to other agencies and services.

Different creative activities are available each week (across a 4/5 week rolling schedule). Our afternoon Art groups are facilitated by experienced art tutors. 

Week 1

10.30-11.30  Crafts
11.30-12.30  Fundraising meeting
1.30-3.30  Art

Week 2

10.30-11.30  Jewellery
11.30-12.30  Kamra Klub (Photography)
1.30-3.30  Art

Week 3

10.30-11.30  Container gardening and house plants
11.30-12.30  Community talks
1.30-3.30  Art

Week 4

10.30-11.30  Poetry
11.30-12.30  Kamra Klub (Photography)
1.30-3.30  Art

Week 5

10.30-11.30  Changes each month
11.30-12.30  Changes each month
1.30-3.30  Art

If you would like to attend one of these creative sessions, we ask for a small payment of £2 to cover the cost of materials.

There is also internet access available on site.

You don’t need to be referred to our Community Day or make an appointment – you can just turn up. We appreciate that it may be daunting to come along for the first time and if you call us beforehand we will ensure that there is someone ready to greet you. Call the office on 01935 474875 or by email [email protected]

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