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Activities

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To find out more about any of our regular groups and activities, please click on the relevant links below.

For general information on our activities, call Denise Boyall on 01606 860 911 or email her using our Contact Form.

NMC provides activities, support and opportunities to build friendships and learn new skills for those with neuromuscular conditions, their Carers and for the whole family.

NMC is proud to offer a varied range of activities that are suitable for all ages and abilities, all with the aim of promoting positive wellbeing.

These activities provide opportunities for our community to enjoy stimulating experiences and achieve new things. They also serve as a break for Carers, with opportunities to enhance life outside of a caring role.

A few activities that the NMC community have enjoyed include:

  • Mindfulness

  • Card Making

  • Accessible Canal Boat Trip

  • Segway

and much more!

We also have many regular groups and activities and hope we have something for everyone to get involved with. If you feel we’re missing something, then we’d love to hear from you! We are always looking to expand the range of activities and clubs on offer. 

Regular Groups and Activities

We have a number of regular groups and activities. Please see our Connect Up page for details of What's On each week.

3D Printing Club

3D Printing Club

Our 3D Printing Club meet every Tuesday and online on the 1st Tuesday of the month.
They have made many products including straw holders for drinks, phone holders, slugs and bottle and can openers.
New members welcome.

Calendar Competition

Calendar Competition

NMC’s calendar competition is a photography competition with a twist!
12 winning photos have been chosen and published in the NMC 2024 Calendar.
This year's theme is Emotions.
Thank you to everyone who entered

Duke of Edinburgh

Duke of Edinburgh

Are you aged between 14 and 24? Interested in exploring new territories, building new skills and taking on adventures? We are looking for individuals to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award.

Gardening Club

Gardening Club

NMC Get Up and Grow is our gardening club for anyone interested in volunteering in the NMC garden, wanting gardening hints and tips, or to share yours with others or simply interested in watching how the garden grows.

Art & Craft Club

Art & Craft Club

Art Club meets the 1st Wednesday of the month at 2:30pm on Zoom to discuss all things creative.
For further details, please email Elly: connectup@nmcentre.com or join our private facebook group.
New members are always welcome - just bring your ideas and enthusiasm.

Coffee & Crossword

Coffee & Crossword

Our Coffee and Crossword group meet on Zoom at 11am every Thursday.
We enjoy getting together for a chat and cracking crosswords together.
We'd love more members to join us. For further details please email connectup@nmcentre.com or check out our facebook group.

Exercise at Home

Exercise at Home

Every Wednesday at 11:30am we have a live exercise class on zoom with our therapies team.
They have also produced a series of YouTube videos, with a range of exercises, stretches and adapted pilates videos for you to follow at home.

Poetry Group

Poetry Group

Our NMC Community came together virtually to enjoy poetry throughout the past year.​
This has developed into monthly poetry get-togethers via Zoom where we can then share and enjoy our work together.

Book Club

Book Club

Our Book Club meet on the 1st Friday of the month at 11:30am at NMC (and also via Zoom).
We usually choose 1 book each month. Library copies are available from NMC.

Please feel free to join us.

Craft Club

Craft Club

Our Craft Club members make a range of beautiful handmade creations.
Whether you’re new to crafting or have been making handmade goods for years, everyone is welcome and included.

Fishing Club

Fishing Club

The NMC Fishing Club formed in 2019 and is run by NMC Receptionist and Fundraiser Paul.
The club has enjoyed several Fishing Days.
5 days have been organised for this year.

Shed Club

Shed Club

Shed club has several members, some of whom have a neuromuscular condition. They construct and create a range of handcrafted wooden items including planters, magazine racks, tables and chairs.
New members are always welcome.

People come from all over the UK, from a wide variety of backgrounds and circumstances
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