At Together in Matson we have many clubs/groups that all ages and abilities are welcome to come and join in with and share skills and friendship.
What We Do
How Can I Join? Simply come along to one of our sessions and we’ll be happy to get you settled in! Alternatively, visit our Contact Us page and get in touch for more information.
Activities for the Community- Monday: Meet and eat: 12:30am- 2:30pm, £3 per session, A lunch social group for all over 60s, a place to eat home cooked food and make friends! Tuesday: Over 60s exercise: 12:15pm- 1:15pm, £3 per session, All tailored to your ability and movement. Community class for older people. These classes are […]
Upcoming projects and updates.
We have put together a collection of online resources to try and help keep your children entertained and educated throughout this time. if you require any more links or need help accessing any of the sites below please contact firstname.lastname@example.org Online books on health and wellbeing for younger children – https://beehealthystories.com.au/stories/ Learning at Home- parents […]
We have put together a selection of links to help keep you occupied. Chatterpack has something for everyone from virtual Museum tours, to learning a new language https://chatterpack.net/blogs/blog/list-of-online-resources-for-anyone-who-is-isolated-at-home?fbclid=IwAR0U9yJvaVtIriWaY6s5d6TSuUIF9RojwJ-J_zQGoMq91aMqzBMfUBLjNwI Ever wanted to give Sign Language a go? https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/introduction-to-british-sign-language-tickets-101669119072 Courses delivered by Harvard University for free! https://online-learning.harvard.edu/catalog/free Free online jigsaw puzzles https://jigsawplanet.com Free online crosswords and games […]
Less news is good news. It can seem difficult at the moment to limit the amount of news you take in, but simply consuming a little less of it can have a big positive impact on your mental health. Stay informed but set yourself a limit on the amount of news you watch or consume […]
Why Choose Together In Matson?
“I come to the Redwell Centre to get time away from home, to see friends, to chill out and to get out of the house.”- Youth Club Member
“The Redwell Centre is a receptive, accommodating interactive centre, lots of experiences with people who have life long difficulties. It is a comfortable place to come and the staff and volunteers always have time to talk. They cater for all age groups and abilities.- Community Member