Regular Events

Regular  events at SBC.  Please keep checking here to see what's happening. If you have any queries about the events listed here, please feel free to contact us.

Dwelling Place

Join us on Fridays between 10am and 3pm - CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Are you looking for somewhere to meet up with friends on a Friday? Try the Dwelling place for home baked food, relaxed atmosphere and friendly service. If you find yourself on your own, pop in for a chat - you will find someone to talk to and share a coffee with. You can also browse items hand crafted, available to purchase.

The Craft and Chatter group meets every Friday morning at The Dwelling Place from 10am – 12 noon. Anyone is welcome to come and enjoy good company, chat and refreshments while crafting and exchanging ideas. Activities currently on offer are knitting, crocheting, embroidery, tapestry and colouring or bring your own project.
Members have made Fiddle Muffs which have been given to homes catering for people suffering with dementia. They have also made fabric bags, fabric activity kits, puppets, scarves, hats, hair bands, mittens, hats, bangle bags, pencil cases, purses and knitted bags for the Christmas shoebox appeal.

Look forward to seeing you soon

5 Aside – Mondays at 7pm

Monday night 5 aside at the Minster school.

All welcome

Tots & Toast – Mondays 09:15am

CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE - PLEASE CHECK THIS SITE AND FACEBOOK FOR FURTHER UPDATES .

Our thriving and popular  Tots and Toast toddler group meets from 09:15 - 11:00 on Mondays in term time. Drop in or come for the whole time. Tea and toast are served around 10:00 for everyone. There are a variety of toys, activities, crafts and refreshments are available throughout. Each session costs £1.50 but come along and try us out for free on your first visit.

 

Refresh – Wednesday’s 2:15pm

CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Re:Fresh is our after school drop in on Wednesdays 2:15 – 4:00 for school years 7 and above.  This is a term time only laid-back space for young people to chat, play board games, do crafts, or start their homework. We sell subsidised snacks and drinks and the young people are welcome to drop in and out, or come for the whole time.

Art Classes

If you have the urge to be creative, but haven't picked up a pencil or paintbrush since school, come along and learn to paint. The emphasis is on having fun whilst gaining the confidence to find your own style.

Lessons are run in blocks of 5 weeks on Wednesday evenings and Thursday mornings - check out Jackie's website for more details.