GL11 Community Hub
We hope you find lots to interest you at GL11 Community Hub in Cam – the number and variety of courses, groups and activities we have to offer is constantly growing and changing so, if there’s anything you can’t find, or something you think we should offer that we don’t currently, contact us for a chat.
Tel: 01453 548530
Tabernacle - Community Based Drop In
Get help and advice about tenancy support, benefits, getting back into education and/or training, dealing with debts, accessing community groups, staying independent and getting in touch with other agencies
Telephone: 0145 375 0480
Stroud and Berkeley Vale Community Wellbeing Service
Your local community wellbeing team will work closely with local groups and services. It is committed to working in partnership with local GP practices to ensure they are able to reach into the heart of the local communities.
Many things affect our health and wellbeing, such as where we live, how we spend our time, our financial situation and our relationships with friends and family.
Sometimes we need extra support, for example with short or long term health situation or when life throws other challenges our way.
The Stroud and Berkeley Vale Community Wellbeing Team is part of a countrywide service and may be able to offer support and advice to guide you during these times. The service is available to anyone over the age of 16 years.
It is simple to get in touch with your local team either via your GP practice, who can refer you, or by calling The Independence Trust.
The trained team are here to support you.
Telephone: 0345 863 8323
Find out what’s happening in Social Meetup groups around the world and start meeting up with the ones near you.
Dursley and Cam Society
A local history society which began after an open invitation in 1981 to local residents for anyone interested in the possibility of forming “A Civic Society for Cam and Dursley”.
Churches Together in Cam and Dursley District
Churches Together in Cam and Dursely District (CTCDD) brings together members of Christian Churches from different denominations to witness their faith through active service in the community and joint acts of worship. The community includes the market towns of Dursley and Cam and rural villages of Coaley, Stinchcombe, Nympsfield and Uley.
Dursley and Cam Friendship Club
The Friendship Club meet monthly for a couple of hours, during which they have a guest speaker, go on trips to places of interest, or spend time chatting amongst friends over a cup of tea with a raffle to finish. They welcome new members aged 50 and over.
Telephone: 0145 354 8582