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Alcoholics Anonymous
“At AA, alcoholics help each other. We will support you. You are not alone. Together, we find strength and hope. You are one step away.”

Always Active Dementia Support service
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at Handforth Youth Centre.
If people wish to use the service they can get in touch by emailing [email protected] or calling 07972572054.

Citizens Advice Wilmslow
Free, impartial, independent and confidential advice on most issues including employment, benefits, housing and debt.  Funded by Wilmslow Town Council.

Dementia Friendly Café
A safe and supportive monthly afternoon activity for people living with dementia and their carers at The Guild for Lifelong Learning, Wilmslow, SK9 5HD.
For more information, contact information [email protected] or phone 01625 523903.

East Cheshire Hospice Supporters Wilmslow & District
Support group made up of people living in the Wilmslow, Handforth and Alderley Edge areas.

FoodFriend
Food bank for Wilmslow Parish residents, based at St Bartholomews Church.

Hope Central
Food bank and range of services to help relieve poverty.

“In Together” – Dementia Cafe & Friday Lunch Club
Wilmslow Methodist Church, Kings Close, off Water Lane, SK9 5BG.
Mondays, 2pm-4pm.

Mentell
Providing circles for men aged 18+ to talk in a safe and confidential space, free from advice and judgement.

Oakenclough Family Hub
A one stop shop for the community, to access services such as childrens’ health information, intensive support to reduce family problems, practical support around finance and housing.

Time Out Group
Supported activities for adults with a learning disability and people with autism. For adults aged 18+
Based in Handforth, open to all.

Ukrainian Bible Study
Bible study sessions for Ukrainians, 4.15pm every Tuesday at Lindow Vicarage (137 Knutsford Road, Wilmslow, SK9 6EL).
Before attending – or if you need transport – please contact Simon Gales (Vicar) on 01625 583251 or 07521 878989.

Vision Beyond Autism
Specialised support to children and young adults with autism.

Wilmslow Talking Newspaper
Local news recorded and distributed to blind and partially sighted listeners in the area.
To become a listener, please contact Paul Chilton: [email protected] or 07913224818.

Wilmslow Youth
Charity providing support to young people who live in Wilmslow and the surrounding areas.
Offering a drop-in cafe, social events, one-to-one and group wellbeing services.

Do you have a Wilmslow support group to add?
Please email the details to [email protected]