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Abbey Recreational Crafts

An arts and craft group for all, which focuses on the social side of things. We meet every Thursday, with tea and coffee etc available all through that time.

We try all arts and crafts from Book Folding, Card Making to Wood Burning (Pyrography), photography, jewellery making and more besides, or bring your craft and show us how to do it. You will be made more than welcome.

So if you feel like joining our group regardless of any disability you may have, or if you feel lonely or just a little isolated, maybe you have just moved here and want to make some friends, well just drop in for a coffee and chat!  Our motto is "Come in as strangers but stay on as friends." 

Contact

Contact Name
Sue Cummings
Contact Position
Secretary/Member
Telephone
07814 111847
01803 324257
E-mail
Cunnin5@aol.com

Venue

Address
Ground Floor, Abbey Hall
Rock Road
Torquay
Devon
Postcode
TQ2 5SP
Facilities
Toilet facilities for people with disabilities
Wheelchair accessible

Further information

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£2.00 Per week
Cost Details
There may be additional costs if external visits are made where additional equipment or kits are required, which may not be part of A.R.C.'s remit.
Display Date/Time
Thursday: 10.00am - 2.00pm. These will be external visits and will be discussed and agreed upon by members prior to booking these events.
Waiting list?
No
Age range
6 months to 96 years
Accreditation/affiliation
City and Guilds, Wheelchair Dance Sports Association (WDSA)
Additional needs details
Fully accessible venue for all disabled with accessible toilets, and an equipped kitchen area. Any disability, even those that need carers. The elderly, isolated, lonely, arthritis and age related problems. Really all those on your list within reason. If carers are required we would need to consider the health and welfare of the other members., If carers required, they would need to be provided and brought along with the clients.
General information

Dogs are allowed on site, therefore, therapy dogs or assistance dogs are welcomed.

Last updated: 08/01/2019
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