During each two hour session, members can partake in various activities including card making, extended exercise, scrabble, dominoes and more. The group has recently obtained grants which have enabled it to employ a speech and language therapist, who is currently attending once a month. On the days when she does not attend, her suggestions and guidelines shape the work done with those who have communication difficulties. In addition, we now also employ a physiotherapist and an exercise tutor.
Other activities are arranged from time-to-time, including a Christmas lunch at a nearby restaurant, and usually a summer outing such as a boat trip on the Yare up to Norwich centre. It is hoped to extend this in the future to include theatre or cinema trips. Some members go to the Aphasia Group meetings in the Forum.
Clubs and Groups

You can get in touch with this group for up-to-date information about activities using the web form. Your contact details will go straight to the group leader so they can get in touch.

This group is independently run, so we’ll need to share your details in order for them to provide support. As this group is not part of the Stroke Association, we do not take any responsibility for their activities. They’ll process your personal data in accordance with their own policies.

If you or someone you know has been affected by stroke and requires further information and support, please contact our Helpline by email at or by phone on 0303 3033 100, or visit our Stroke Helpline page.

You can also get in touch with the group leader David Orr by calling 07502 506799.


David Orr
07502 506799

Location of group

The St. Andrews Centre
St. Andrews Hall

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