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The Fromus Centre

 

Seaman Avenue, Saxmundham, Suffolk IP17 1DZ
'The community enterprise centre for Saxmundham'
The River Fromus

 

 

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Users

We have a growing number of groups that rent our facilitiBarleyes on an ad hoc and regular basis, and you can do this too! Those that have used and continue to use our facilities are promoted below.

 

Ad Hoc Users:

Suffolk Coastal District Council + Suffolk County Council +

HM Planning Inspectorate + TESCO + Suffolk Coalition of Disabled People + ACE Suffolk People First + Lime Skills CIC + Pinnacle People + Central Access and Referral Agency for Suffolk (CARA) + The Centre West Suffolk CIC + U3A +

Norfolk & Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust + Coastal Leisure Learning CIC + Brook Farm Residents Association + Flagship Housing + Mid Anglian Enterprise Agency Limited (MENTA) + Leading Lives + The Saxmundham & District Rotary Club + Live Well Suffolk + Therese Coffey MP + Norfolk Heritage Care + Realise Futures CIC + Waitrose Social Club + The Pre‑school Learning Alliance + Suffolk Family Carers + Anglia Case Management Ltd + Sizewell A & B Stakeholder Group + Suffolk Family Carers + Meadow Brook Playcare + Community Action Suffolk + Suffolk Coastal Conservative Association + Ice Watch Ltd + Suffolk MIND + Healthwatch Suffolk

 

Regular Users:

 

The SMILE Cafe

The SMILE Cafe is a weekly pop-up cafe, running every Thursday from 10am to 2pm, providing hot and cold drinks, snacks and light lunches - and respite primarily for Carers and those adults with additional mental needs eg dementia, learning disabilities, mental health problems, strokes and head injuries. For more information on this pop-up cafe, please visit www.smile-cafe.org.uk

 

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PASTEL Saturday & Tuesday Clubs

PASTEL is a social enterprise supporting vulnerable adults (aged 19+ not in education, training or employment), and young adults (age 13-25, still in education / training), with additional needs - by providing Saturday Club lifeskills workshops These fun workshops take place from 10.30am - 3.30pm on the first and third Saturdays of every month. And for adults, Tuesday Clubs (9.30am -3.30pm, on the first and third Tuesdays of every month. For more information on these respite services, please visit www.pastel.org.uk

 

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Suffolk Wellbeing Service

The Suffolk Wellbeing Service was launched on 31st July 2012 to enable people in Suffolk to experience improved emotional wellbeing and promote early recovery from emotional health problems, such as low mood, stress and anxiety. It aims to help those who are ready to make a change to address their own wellbeing needs by building their own resilience and support systems. The Fromus Centre is used for regular courses and 1-2-1 counselling. For more information, pleas visit www.readytochange.org.uk

 

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Erin-Lea Murphy School of Dance

Erin-Lea Murphy School of Dance provides weekly dance classes in Ballet, Tap, Modern (including the Jazz Awards), Disco Freestyle and the new Street Dance and Commercial Hip-Hop awards, every Thursday from 4pm. Also weekly classes for Adults in Tap and Zumba® and Zumba Gold®. For more information on this group please visit www.erinleamurphyschoolofdance.co.uk

 

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Slimming World

Slimming World run weekly back-to-back classes every Wednesday night in the hall exploring healthy living, weight loss and getting active, in a supportive group setting.

 

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East Suffolk U3A

The University of the Third Age (U3A) across East Suffolk is a cooperative of people offering educational, recreational and social activities for those with time during the day. The Creative Crafters interest group meet 10.00 a.m. - 12.00pm on the 2nd Wednesday of the month. For further information, please visit www.u3aeastsuffolk.org.uk/update/interest-groups/9-publicly-accessible-group-information/arts/138-creative-crafters

 

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Club Sax Youth Club

Club Sax is an independent group which runs the local youth club - weekly during term-time. They use the main hall and kitchen every Tuesday night from 6.30pm to 9.30pm.For more information on this group please contact us or perhaps make an enquiry using our free online enquiry form

 

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Saxmundham Rainbows, Brownies & Guides

The Saxmundham Rainbows, Brownies and Guides all use our main hall every Monday night of the school term. The Rainbows and Brownies meet 5.15pm-6.45pm and the Guides from 7pm-9pm. For more information on these groups please contact us or perhaps make an enquiry using our free online enquiry form

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St.John's Parents & Toddlers

St.John's church run a weekly parent and toddlers session, in the main hall, on Wednesday mornings, 9-11am.

For more information on this group please contact us or perhaps make an enquiry using our free online enquiry form

 

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Sax IT Club

The Sax IT club is a cross between IT training and a social club' - mainly used by the over 50's learning how the digital world can enhance their lives. Workshops run twice every month on the 2nd & 4th Wednesday, 6pm-8pm. For more information on this group please visit www.saxitclub.org.uk

 

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Mingle

Mingle is a social club for adults with learning disabilities and meets 7-9pm, on the 3rd Thursday of every month.For more information on this group please contact us or perhaps make an enquiry using our free online enquiry form

 

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SCYPPS

SCYPPS provides a monthly social club, every fourth Saturday, for children with disabilities and additional needs aged from 5 to 18 years. For more information on this group please contact us or perhaps make an enquiry using our free online enquiry form