Support Groups

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    • This Mens mental health and wellbeing group is free and always running every other week on a Sunday morning. They meet at the beacon on Pakefield Cliffs at 9:30am, head for a coffee and go for a walk along our beautiful coast. It is a chance to meet others, all of whom are friendly, and talk openly about what is going on or just chat generally to lift your mood. For more information and updates, check out their Facebook page:

      Phone Number: None

      Address: None, Lowestoft, None

    • Kessingland Men's Shed is very much a community project open to all of those in the local area. It is a workshop and social meeting place for Kessingland residents and during this month, 'The Shed' will be up and running - but there is still plenty to do on the building. However, they are there for all of the community and they can now start making, repairing, creating anything (within reason) they require. The opening hours will be: Monday 9am-1pm Wednesday 9am-1pm Friday 9am-1pm and Saturday 9am-1pm.If you are free and can get yourselves down there whether it be for 30mins or for the full session, one day, or more - it does not matter - so why not help get the shed up and running. Pop in for just a chat and a coffee if you like and come and see their new fence.

      Phone Number: None

      Address: The Hut, Stradbroke Road, Lowestoft, NR33 7RY

    • Music for Wellbeing - which is an organisation that provides opportunities for people to meet likeminded heritage and mental wellbeing enthusiasts. Weekly - Fridays 1.30-3pm at The Seagull , Lowestoft. The group is promoted by Robert Fairclough who is passionate about the local music scene in the Lowestoft area.

      Phone Number: -

      Address: 19-75 Morton Rd, Pakefield, , Lowestoft , NR33 0JH

    • The Natter and Chatter group meet every Wednesday at Gunton's Community Hall in north Lowestoft. Local crafters join this social get together, so there's a chance to meet new friends - and have a cup of tea!

      Phone Number: -

      Address: Gunton's Community Hall, Lowestoft, NR32 4AY

    • Realise Futures – enhancing people’s lives through work placements, employment and training opportunities. The primary aim is to improve and promote the economic and social wellbeing of those who are disadvantaged and/or disabled, across Suffolk as well as Essex. Realise Futures is organised in three divisions, Learning, Coaching & Advice, Employment and Realise Futures Works, six distinct social businesses. Together they provide professional and tailored opportunities that support people to realise their potential.

      Phone Number: 01473 242500

      Address: Lovetofts Drive,, Ipswich, IP1 5NZ


    • Swell Music focuses on the rewarding powers of music to bring about positive change in people's wellbeing. By using music, the organisation's purpose is to enable members of our community to participate in high quality, fun activities in a supportive, safe and social environment.Swell Music works on a number of ways to help with peoples health and wellbeing, these projects include: Singing for Lung Health, Dementia, Sing to Beat Parkinson's and Neurodivergency.

      Phone Number: 07917 799456

      Address: -, East Suffolk, -