Group Activities

Our social activities are developed for people experiencing anxiety, physical discomfort, mobility or cognitive ability issues caused by illness, injury or treatment. The aim of our group activities is to ensure everyone has a safe experience, while enjoying a rewarding, social time away from the clinical setting.

Social Group Meetings – Autumn 2020

We are determined to maintain our accesssible and social activities for people experiencing any effect of treatment, regardless of diagnosis.

“Join us for a morning at The Snug by the lovely open fire and enjoy a cuppa with a chit chat and country-themed activity.”

Right now our work is more important than ever, ensuring we provide a safe and clinical-free space for people to meet and socialise, enjoying our countryside spaces and activities.

We have open-house at The Snug Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, from 11am until 1pm.

These groups are open to all and include light refreshments. Meet others and share some relaxingand enjoyable ‘time out’.

Please contact our Service Lead, Abigail directly on 01962 771441 or email her at

Cobid-19 services provision supported by

Our Regular Groups will re-commence in Spring 2021:

Our focus is on your goals; what you want to achieve from your time with us. We appreciate you may need a little direction to get started, so we meet with you first to show you around and have a chat about what you would like to do and what you want to get out of your time with us.

Horsing Around! Club

Join us at the horses for our weekly afternoon tea and cake! Pet and groom the horses and enjoy the sunshine from our lovely Summer house and decking.

Wednesday afternoons 2pm to 4pm

Hot and cold beverages and cake provided

All ages

Young Adult’s Group at The Snug & Garden

This group is for young people who are experiencing mental health issues during the transitional years to adulthood. Through a combination of arts & crafts and garden activities, young people have the opportunity to explore self help, peer support and wellbeing options. The group is user led and faciliated by a Helping Hooves Support Worker.

Fridays 1pm to 4pm

Young people aged 16-25, in particular those experiencing mental health. undefined

Beverages provided, feel free to bring lunch

Up-cycling garden furniture project

People of all ages can join us to get involved in a number of up-cycling and renovation projects. We currently have an abundance of donated garden furniture that, with a little tlc, can be re-purposed. Not only do people acquire creative skills through doing something up; they also get to keep something special they’ve created or, if they wish, donate it for sale to the Helping Hooves fundraising cause. When not busy painting or mending, you can also potter in the garden ,helping to maintain it for all the Helping Hooves Members to enjoy.


Wednesdays – 10am – 1pm (drop in)

All ages

Beverages provided, feel free to bring lunch

Snug Club

Join us on the 2nd Saturday each month at The Snug for our arts, crafts and wellbeing sessions. A great social experience with light refreshments. Enjoy making bits and bobs from recycled materials, drying herbs and flowers from the garden or learning a simple aromatheray technique. Something different every month.

Please note the next session is due to run in September subject to social distancing requirements.

Let’s do something together

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