We offer information and support for people affected by Parkinson’s at our friendly group meeting. We often have speakers and there is always time for a chat over tea and a piece of cake, for which there is a small charge (£2.50 per person, including coffee, tea and cake). You are also very welcome to join us on one of our outings. Please note that we don’t meet in August, but may have an outing planned so do check with the group.
Please contact Val for more details.
The Filo Project is an award winning not-for-profit social enterprise offering high quality small group day care for older people who are socially isolated and are experiencing symptoms associated with early to moderate dementia.
Transport is included in the service meaning we can support even the most geographically isolated. The intimate environment is key, no client is overwhelmed by a large group. We liken the day with the Filo Project to spending a ‘day with friends’.
Wincanton Branch of Parkinson’s UK. Our friendly group provides support to people affected by Parkinson’s in the local area, from group meetings, social activities to exercise. For more information please contact James Loder.
Meet Fourth Tuesday of the month 11am-3.30pm.
Cheddon Fitzpaine Memorial Hall, Rowford, Cheddon Fitzpaine Taunton Somerset TA2 8JY
please call/email to check details or visit website.
For Preston Grove patients only – friendship coffee group meets on the first Thursday of every month (2-3pm) where patients and carers can come for a chat and a coffee/tea. Please contact the surgery for venue details.
Offering information, support and friendship to local people with Parkinson’s, their families and their carers. Please contact Valerie Hewitt to find out meeting locations and times.
Update – this group is currently NOT running.
Parkinsons, their families and carers. The group is part of the Taunton and Mid Somerset Branch. For details, please see our volunteer-run website. Group meets at various venues. Meets on last Thursday of each month. Room available from 6.30pm till 9.30. Contact Beth Maddock.
A Tai Chi class specifically for people with Parkinson’s disease, to help with balance and muscle strength. This is a low-impact exercise combining deep breathing and relaxation with slow and gentle movements.
People with similar symptoms as Parkinsons can join the group too but please contact the local Wincanton Parkinsons Society first – Jennifer 01963 33837.
Monday, 12.30pm – 1.30pm
Veronica Room at The Balsam Centre, Wincanton.
£2 per session
Led by Lin Forrester.
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