New Brighton Community Association

New Brighton Community Association

New Brighton

Community Association

Community Centre

1a Hope Street, New Brighton Wirral CH45 2LN

Tex/Fax: 0151 630 2626 – Registered Charity No: 508310


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New Brighton One Stop Shop – is open Monday to Friday from 11am till 3pm. This is a great service
that provides invaluable help for local people right on their doorstep. It also includes a free phone
facility and private rooms with a loop system for those that are hard of hearing, It provides assistance
on all Wirral Borough Council services including the Pension Service, Age Concern 8i the Citizens
Advice Bureau (CAB) which also operates advice surgeries once a week for the Polish Community and
offers them vital assistance.

Credit Union this offers people community loans which are a vital means of support in the present
economic situation and are a very important helping hand for those people seeking work and on low
incomes, particularly those struggling to survive financially. It meets every Tuesday from 10am to

Wirral Pathfinders- Mental Health/Self Help Support Group-This group was established in 1992 to
support people, their family and carers, for whom depression, anxiety and mental health problems
are part of everyday life. it has gone on to help hundreds learn to manage their problems, building up
their self-esteem and confidence, helping them to remove their feelings of isolation. The club meets
every Thursday from 7pm till 9pm and a very warm welcome awaits all those that come along.

Computer Suite — This service offers local residents looking for work, free internet and email
addresses. It is a valuable resource where residents can get help putting together CVs, job
applications. advice on free travel and searching for jobs. They can also enjoy a cup of tea/coffee and
seek the assistance of the ICT Facilitator should they have any problems or need further advice.
Residents can also scan docu ments, use the photocopier or fax.

Police Surgery is held every Monday morning from 10am till 12pm for residents experiencing
problems with anti social behaviour and other associated problems.

Computer Class the clubs aims to help people with all aspects of computing including smart phones
and tablets, held every Monday from 7pm till 10pm.

Art Classes— Every Monday 1pm till 3pm (on a break at the moment and will start again in the first
week of September). Accent on enjoyment rather than talent. Tuition at all levels, all materials
provided. Phone Iris for more details on: 638 8472.

AA-Alcoholics Anonymous– Every Tuesday morning 11am.

An Introduction to Buddhist Mediation – Everyone welcome — no experience necessary, suggested
donating £3 per session—Every Friday morning 11:30— 12:30

Pilates class-every Thursday 1pm—2pm