Our services are designed to help refugees fully intergrate into our community, helping them to build new, successful lives and relationships.
There is much that we can learn from each other, and we believe it is as important to give refugees opportunities to show off their skills as it is to help teach them new ones.
We use art to reduce stress and emotional pain. We are keen to ensure that clients create art without self judgement, and advocate the use of art to help our clients create a picture of their hopes and dreams, increase confidence and self awareness as well as accessing the subconscious mind and change limiting patterns and beliefs.
Steve runs a weekly cycling club. This involves bike maintenance and cycling trips to explore the local area. Steve is born and bred in Wirral, a bike mechanic and an experienced cyclist. We have several bikes available for hire which can be booked through our facebook page or email (email@example.com).
Each Monday, Wednesday & Friday (11am-2pm) we offer a hot lunch cooked by the community we serve at Grange Baptist Church, Whetstone Lane, CH41 2QS. We provide a safe place for Asylum Seekers and Refugees to make friends, seek help and get involved in our community. We have plenty of games and activities to keep you busy. This also runs on the first Saturday of each month, 11am-2pm.
We offer informal conversational classes through our teachers Ruth and Caroline on Mondays and Fridays. Both teachers have many years experience teaching English as a second language. Classes run on a Monday and Friday. Please register your interest with one of our volunteers.
Music can be naturally uplifting and it’s these qualities which are used to improve the mental well being of our clients. Caroline England gives clients the opportunity to learn new instruments, songwriting, singing, listening to music and discussing music. She is also coordinator of our Asylum and Refugees choir. Caroline organises regular events for our clients to showcase their new skills.