A room that is open Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 15:00.
This service which started in 2002 offers local residents free internet and email addresses. It’s a valuable resource where residents can get help putting together CVs, job applications, advice on free travel and searching for jobs. They can also enjoy a cup of tea/coffee and seek the assistance of the ICT Facilitator should they have any problems or need advice. Residents can also scan documents, use the photocopier or fax.
Next door is the New Brighton One Stop Shop, open Monday to Friday from 11:00 to 15:00.
This is a great service that provides invaluable help for local people right on their doorstep. It also includes a free phone facility and private rooms with a loop system for those that are hard of hearing. It provides assistance on all the Wirral Borough Council services including the Pension Service, Age Concern & the Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) which also operates advice surgeries once a week for the Polish Community and offers them vital assistance.
Every Monday from 13:00 to 15:00.
Accent on enjoyment rather than talent. Tuition at all levels, all materials provided. Phone Iris for more details on: 638 8472
Every Monday from 19:00 to 22:00.
The class aims to help people with all aspects of computing including smart phones and tablets.
Every Tuesday from 11:00 to 12:30
Please call for more details
Every Tuesday from 12:00 to 14:00
It is open to everyone, particularly those on their own It brings people together to enjoy a hot nutritious meal and socialise with friends at the same time. The meal of course is just one part of the lunchtime experience. It's a social occasion as much as it is a nutritional one. It is the opportunity to have an inexpensive, warm, healthy and tasty meal, outside of the home and is also the opportunity to meet with others in a social setting. For people living on their own both can be equally important. We are also looking to start social activities, like bingo, films and days out, please call in if you would like to help.
Some local residents tell us:
"Could be in the house all week and not see a soul."
"It’s for the companionship as well as the novelty of having someone else cook; it’s nice to have someone cook for you."
Every Wednesday from 17:30 to 19:30.
Wirral Screen Acting is a class for beginners and experienced actors alike to learn techniques specifically for on screen. We also do audition practice, acting career advice and participants get to perform some fantastic scenes from TV and Film.
If you would like to join, please contact Jordan Hale contact on 07841498059
Every Thursday from 19:00 to 21:00.
This group was established in 1992 to support people, their family and carers, for whom depression, anxiety and mental health problems are part of everyday life. It has gone on to help hundreds learn to manage their problems, building up their self-esteem and confidence, helping them to remove their feelings of isolation. The club meets every Thursday 7pm to 9pm and a very warm welcome awaits all those that come along.
Every Friday from 11:00 to 12:00.
The Buddhist Meditation Group meets every Friday morning and will be starting a new course on 5th October 2018. What do Buddhists believe? The group will be talking about the 4 Buddhist seals as well as practicing the usual calm abiding meditation. Newcomers are always welcome and practical instructions for meditation will be given. The group belongs to the Karma Kagyu tradition of Tibetan Buddhism www.kagyubuddhism.org/new-brighton and is led by students of Lama Jampa Thaye www.lamajampa.org Enquiries to email@example.com or 0151 6382568
Every Tuesday from 10:00 to 11:00.
This offers people community loans which are a vital means of support in the present economic situation and are a very important helping hand for those people seeking work and on low incomes, particularly those struggling to survive financially. It meets every Tuesday 10am to 11am.
Join local Historian and Author Tony Franks-Buckley at New Brighton Community Centre for local Talks on Areas and Subjects across The Wirral Peninsula
Topics we will Cover: Wirral's Important Inhabitants, Hidden Tunnels, Wreckers and Smugglers, The Rise and Fall of Resorts, Urbanisation and Population, Industrial Revolution in Wirral, Standards of Living, Mansions of Wirral, Myths and Legends. Customs and Superstitions, , Ghost Stories, Agriculture, Old Wirral, Transport, Disease and Hospitals, Roads and Routes, Schools and Education, Shopping and Stores, Pubs and Nightclubs, Entertainment, Sports and Leisure, The Wirral at War.
For further details and to book tickets, please visit their website: http://www.hiddenwirral.org/purchase-tickets/4583644219
Recently we were visited by the Lord Lieutenant of Merseyside Dame Lorna Muirhead to the afternoon tea. Dame Lorna gave one of her legendary talks about her time as the Queens representative on Merseyside and told us many memorable antidotes and stories. A great afternoon enjoyed by all those present.