Clubs and groups

Through clubs and groups, you can find advice, activities and companionship. Click on the ‘Clubs and groups’ tab below and type in your postcode.

Support services

Our services are commissioned locally, and provide a variety of support options. Click on the ‘Support services’ tab below and type in your postcode.

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Braunstone Town Council
Contact name:
Julie Monk
Contact email:
Contact number:
07530 907712

Long term peer and social support is a vital lifeline for everyone affected by stroke. As a Stroke Association voluntary group, we play a significant role in providing such support and we aim to provide the necessary assistance so that, together, we can conquer stroke.We want to make a difference to the long-term wellbeing of people affected by stroke.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
Aberdeen Community Health Care Village
Contact name:
Gaby Beattie
Contact number:
07776 508621

Speakability Self-Help Groups are run by and for people with Aphasia - language-loss following stroke, head injury or other neurological condition. At our meetings we support each other, share experiences, make new friends, rebuild self-confidence and develop new skills. We do not provide therapy.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
Canolfan Dewi Sant Centre
Contact name:
Mike Mason
Contact number:
01745 825738

The Abergele Stroke Club has the following to offer:

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
Community Room
Contact name:
Sylvia Jenkins
Contact email:
Contact number:
01970 611838

The Aberystwyth & District Stroke Club has an average of 70 members, including stroke patients, their carers and former carers.

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
Chandler Court
Contact name:
Jill Burke

The group offers social support, outings and meals, exercise, and IT and back-to-work skills.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
East End Pool & Gym
Contact name:
Ross Mackenzie
Contact number:
07726 539705

ASNE provide free lifelong support to those affected by stroke (survivors, carers and family) in the North East of England. We aim to promote mental wellbeing and recovery through group activities and physical exercise. Operating at the East End Pool/Gym in Byker, Newcastle we provide pool based exercise on Tuesday mornings and a drop-in session on Friday evenings providing chair based exercise and use of fully equipped gym under the supervision of a fitness instructor, physiotherapy, complimentary therapy and medical observations. We also provide tea and coffee making facilities at the drop-in session with time set aside for informal discussion.

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
Marsh House
Contact name:
Paul Holmes
Contact number:
07879 625199

The Adur Stroke Club gives you the opportunity to go somewhere and socialise with other stroke survivors.

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
St Joseph's Community Hall
Contact name:
Terry Shiels
Contact number:
01773 823854

Amber Valley Stroke Group is a small, happy group of stroke survivors who get together once a fortnight to socialise and enjoy activities such as games, visits from speakers and entertainers, tea, biscuits and two or more outings a year.

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
St. Johns Methodist Church
Contact name:
Sarah Ives
Contact email:
Contact number:
07702 492597

Amersham Stroke Support Group welcomes membership from people affected by stroke in Amersham and the surrounding area.

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
Antrobus House
Contact name:
P Bishop
Contact email:
Contact number:
01980 622391

The Amesbury (CHSA) Stroke Club welcomes new members and offers a range of activities including speakers, outings, meals, games and quizzes.

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
The Lights
Contact name:
Annie Burton
Contact number:
07989 866927

We offer support, friendship and understanding to all who have Aphasia (word-finding difficulties) following Stroke/TIA. Carers are very welcome too. Our aim is to acquire self-confidence in day-to-day living, find new ways to communicate if necessary and regain independence by participating in visits to local venues (dependant on weather conditions).

Service type:
Voluntary Group
The Centre
Contact name:
Julie King
Contact number:
07709 809193

A group to support communication for people with aphasia in South Yorkshire.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
1 Rowland Court
Contact name:
Malcolm Hinks
Contact number:
07419 218111

What does your local stroke group offer?

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
First Floor, The Point
Contact name:
Fred Higton
Contact email:
Contact number:
01159 144054

The Art 4 Stroke Folk Group Friday (Nottingham) is a Stroke Association voluntary group that meets once a month to undertake art projects. These include paintings (acrylics, watercolours, poster), sketching (pencil and pen), T-shirt design and printing as well as more specific projects such as perspective studies and card design.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
First Floor, The Point
Contact name:
Fred Higton
Contact email:
Contact number:
01159 144054

The Art 4 Stroke Folk Group Wednesday (Nottingham) is an informal art projects using a variety of media.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
Ashbourne Bowls Club
Contact name:
J Towle
Contact email:
Contact number:
01335 370827

What does your local stroke group offer?

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
Age UK
Contact name:
Hannah Parrington
Contact number:
01914 879988

People affected by stroke and their carers are welcome from Ashington and surrounding areas. Speakers and activities are included along with social peer support.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
Casa de Cultura
Contact name:
Paul Owen
Contact number:
09668 43488\This is a spanish number

The group is available to all stroke survivors and their carers, and provides a safe and therapeutic environment that aims to facilitate stroke recovery.

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
Open Learning Centre
Contact name:
Judy George
Contact number:
07753 357355

B.A.S.H - Support for Talk is a friendly and welcoming group providing a support network for members and carers.

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
Community Space
Contact email:
Contact number:
02890 508020

Our Stroke Association Voluntary Groups offer stroke survivors and carers opportunities to meet and be involved in activities managed by the group. The culture and activities of the group are led by its members. All stroke survivors and their carers are welcome and take advantage of the continuous support available for as long as they wish to continue attending.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
Skipperstone Community Centre
Contact email:
Contact number:
02890 508020

Bangor Ards and North Down Support Group provides long-term support, activities and peer support to help stroke survivors make the best possible recovery. It offers stroke survivors and carers opportunities to meet and take part in activities managed by the group.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
Barnet Multicultural Community Centre
Contact name:
Toke Lettman
Contact email:
Contact number:
02082 020095

The Barnet African Caribbean Association is a specialist activity and lunch group helping to meet the needs of people from African and Caribbean cultures within Barnet.

Service type:
Affiliated Stroke Club
Trinity Church
Contact name:
Alan Hardiman
Contact email:
Contact number:
07934 968805

This is a thriving social stroke group, with activities and communication support.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
Hill Rise Hall
Contact name:
Jo Waller
Contact number:
07429 620459

Basingstoke Area Stroke Support Group welcomes membership from people affected by stroke in the Basingstoke area to help rebuild confidence and create opportunities to develop communication skills.

Service type:
Voluntary Group
Boat House Restaurant
Contact name:
Elizabeth Wilkinson
Contact number:
01225 873551

The Bath and Keynsham Stroke Peer Support Group is a Stroke Association Voluntary Group. It is a place where stroke survivors and their carers can meet other people in a similar situation, to socialise and discuss their experiences in an open, friendly manner. It is a very supportive group, where people can go and feel understood.

Service type:
Voluntary Group

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