There are Inclusion Hubs across Gloucestershire, led by disabled people for disabled people.
They are safe and welcoming places with different opportunities every week. At the Inclusion Hubs, you can make new friends, try out new activities and access information.
All of our hubs are a safe space for people with any experience of disability – physical, learning, mental ill health, autistic spectrum conditions, or a combination and their carers.
We have 3 Inclusions hubs based within Gloucestershire in Gloucester, Cheltenham and the Forest of Dean. Our leaflet gives more details about when they run and what you can get involved with.
The Friendship Hub – Women’s only group
The Friendship hub is our women’s only group and is run by and for people from BAME communities, with the aim of supporting the unique challenges people from diverse ethnic groups face in addition to the challenges associated with disabilities.
We currently run one session on a Thursday from 10-12.30 at the Friendship Café. The sessions will be user-led, changing to meet the needs of the group and covering a variety of activities such as crafting, gardening, guest speakers, and trips out of the café.