Community Hub

Now open Monday - Friday 8.30am - 4pm Occasional Evenings and Weekends, please see Facebook page for more details. Block B, Old Kelways, Somerton Road, Langport, Somerset, TA10 9SJ
The community hub is a place for all to come together and meet new people and join in with activities, workshops and groups which will benefit their mental health and well being. 
Craft afternoons glass workshops and cooking workshops, Yoga on the lawn , Prostate cancer support group, Crochet and Chat as well as Bluebell conversation Cafe 
Yeovils drug and Alcohol support doing a monthly drop in. These are just the beginning of the amazing things we would like to offer the community here at the Hub.    
 
The cafe serves a selection of food from porridge at 60 pence / portion to a big bluebell breakfast which is £10.50 
We have sandwiches Toasties and panini and other breakfast brunch choices. Barrista Coffee from Crema the crop in Axminster and Clipper teas from Dorset.
We make delicious cakes and scones too which are on sale daily so coffee and a piece of cake outside on the patio is perfect in the good weather.
About Us

What is it?

The Community Hub is designed to help every member of the local community by providing. 
  • A social gathering place to alleviate loneliness, and provide a safe space for service users. 
  •  To serve as a venue for multiple activities and workshops to benefit selected members of the community as needs are identified by the community.
  • Arts & crafts for children and adults to serve as an educational activity and social venture.  
  • Parent, carer, guardian workshops that educate parent, carer, and guardians how to maintain their own mental health, the mental health of their young people, how to improve their own employability, literacy and numeracy skills and how to plan and cook healthy, nutritious meals, thus providing support for mental health, general wellbeing and helping to alleviate the need for food banks. 
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Our Goals

All of the above is to help promote, and stabilise the general family situation, and improve a young person’s performance at school. 
 
 ESS Education and Support Services will identify the needs of the community through the feedback from the service users, meetings with the community and council to ensure that a tailored approach is used ensuring that the community hub serves its purpose and meets the needs of the community.