Curnie Clubs

Curnie Clubs has been supporting people through social isolation and loneliness since 2016.

Our members develop their social skills and confidence within the community and improve their quality of life. Members benefit from professional therapeutic group work that allows natural attributes, skills and abilities to emerge and be recognised. Members become self-sufficient and self-sustaining, enjoying personal development through peer support and new-found friendships.

We currently have a variety of clubs and focus groups:

If you wish to refer yourself or simply want to know more about Curnie Clubs then get in touch.

You can refer yourself or have someone else do it for you. This person can be a professional, your next door neighbour or a friend.

If you are too anxious about coming to a club by yourself, we can arrange for a Community Bridge Volunteer to meet with you at a place of your choosing for an informal chat. This will give you a chance to ask any questions you might have about our clubs. After a couple of meetings and once your confidence has grown, your Community Bridge Volunteer can accompany you to your club for your first visit where a warm welcome awaits you.

T: 07748 631417