10.30am: Fibromyalgia-ME-Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support Group
Made For Ever Youth Centre, Kingswood
10.30am-12pm on the last Wednesday of every month.
All are invited for a cup of tea and a chat.
Kingsmeadow Community Flat is the hub of the community.
We are a registered charity aimed at preventing isolation, reaching out to those already in isolation and tackling unemployment. We work with individuals, families and young people facing multiple challenges.
We achieve our aim through providing a range of support services and well-being activities where we identify barriers and challenges faced, intervene early and provide support to help overcome those so as to avoid further deterioration and reaching crisis point.
We also reach out to those already in crisis or isolation, and help them re-engage into their community.
For more information, please drop in or get in touch with Ceri or Jane:
Fisher Road, Kingswood Bristol BS15 4RQ
Tel: 0117 301 8739
Do you have you experience of Anxiety and/ or Depression?
Would you like to meet similar people to share experiences, make friends and provide support in a friendly and welcoming environment?
Peer Support is the help and support that people with lived experience of mental health issues, such as anxiety and depression, are able to give one another.
It is built on shared personal experiences and empathy and focuses on strengths rather than weaknesses, helping to:
The group is held every other Thursday, 4-5.30pm.
Appointment not necessary but places are limited, to book your place or for more information contact Rosie on 0117 9600376 or .
We are currently looking for Year 1 and Year 2 children to join our growing football team, training Monday evenings from 5.45 – 6.45 at Lees Hill Playing Fields.
Never kicked a ball before? Already a budding footballer? Everyone is welcome! Come along and join the fun!
To find out more, call Donna – 07756 392765 or Daryl – 07794 638019
Is your daughter interested in football but have nowhere to play? Come along on Monday evenings 5.45-6.45pm for training at Lees Hill and join our growing team, with female coaches and a fun environment to learn some new skills.
Never kicked a ball before? Already a budding footballer? Everyone is welcome!
To find out more, call Kayleigh – 07795 064492 or Laura – 07535 207244.
A free fun after school club for local children in primary school aged 8-11.
Mondays term-time 3.30–5pm at Kingsmeadow Community flat. Homework help, and fun with numeracy and literacy.
Tel. Jane on 0117 904 8425 for any enquiries.
Dreamscheme is a free, fun out of school activities group which actively involves the children with their local community.
Dreamscheme runs in all the school holidays and is for children aged 8-16 years unaccompanied or under 8 with a parent.
Our aim is to build children’s confidence and skills, offering the chance to try new experiences, meet new people and visit new places together.
We are based at Kingsmeadow Community Flat, and offer activities such as gardening, baking, arts and crafts, bike rides, sports, kite making, egg hunting and face painting, to name just a few.
If you are interested and want to know more please feel free to contact Jane Curtis for more information on 0117 9048425 or 07584 258707.
A parental consent form is needed for each activity. Should you wish your child/children to take part, please bring them to the first session at the Community Flat at the requested time, with a completed parental consent form. Click here to download a copy of the form.
The flat needs adult volunteers to help with Dreamscheme - please get in touch if you can help.
Neighbourhood Watch (NHW) is a community led initiative, the setting up of a Watch is encouraged and supported by the Police but ultimately the community take ownership.
The aims are to encourage local people to join forces by:
1. Improving home security through property marking and relevant crime reduction advice.
2. Enhancing good citizenship and community spirit.
3. Working closely with the police, reporting anything suspicious and encouraging a two-way flow of information.
4. Reducing the fear of crime felt by people, especially the elderly and vulnerable.
Statistically being part of a NHW in South Gloucestershire means that you are 6 times less likely to be a victim of crime. There could also be a benefit with regard to discounted household insurance.
Call into the flat to pick up a neighbourhood watch pack and to find out more details of this local group.
KCF's 'Your Support Project' is available to anyone who is struggling to find work, who feels isolated or is at risk of isolation, has worries, feels confused, anxious, stressed, depressed, or is experiencing a crisis.
Click here to read more [.pdf]
Please contact Jane for more details on 07584 258707.
Mondays 3.45-5pm. A fun learning club for children aged 8-11 and their parents. Help with homework, fun learning games and quizzes to get your child confident and up to speed. Includes a drink and snack.
Qualified Sports coach providing a variety of sports for boys and girls aged 9+ on Thursdays. Meet at the basketball courts on Barrington Green at 5.30pm.
This runs Wednesdays 10–11:15am, during term time only.
Families with tots aged 0-5 years can enjoy messy play, story and rhymetime, crafts and games. Spaces available!
Thursdays 1.15-2.45pm at New Cheltenham Community Centre. Contact Di on 0117 961 3055 or Spencer on 07825 155954.
Get out cycling with our community bike hire scheme. Donation only fee. Adult, junior bikes, Baby trailers and seats (including helmets and bike lock). Now taking bookings. Proof of Id and utility bill required for hire.
10.30am meeting outside Kingsmeadow Community Flat. First Wednesday of every month. All are welcome.
Need somewhere to hold your child's birthday party? Why not use Kingsmeadow Community Flat?
There is a small fee to cover room hire and setting up/clearing away, and Bouncy castle Hire is available - visit or phone 0117 909 8275.