3AC Weekly IT Club

An informal drop in session at the 3rd Age Centre for those who need help with smartphones, laptops or tablets Read more

Age UK Fact Sheets

Age UK provide free information and advice to help you on topics as diverse as claiming benefits to care homes Read more

Anorexia rising in older people

Research by the BBC's Breakfast programme shows a rise in the number of people in England and Wales who are middle-aged or elderly and struggling with eating disorders. Read more

AWAAZ FM

Asian and ethnic community radio Read more

Basket of Memories on board at the Watercress Line

Revive memories whilst you enjoy a journey through the Hampshire Countryside behind a restored steam locomotive. The Baskets feature photos, railway memories, artefacts to handle and musical prompts from the 1940s, 50s, 60s and 70s. Each collection is different so you can swap with the table next to you. Read more

Beat the heat: staying safe in hot weather

Goverment advice on how to stay safe in hot weather, how to keep your home cool, who is at greatest risk of ill health from the heat, how to recognise when you or someone’s health may be affected, and what to do if you or someone else becomes unwell as a result of the heat. Read more

Board in the City Fun Fridays

A monthly Friday social group for autism parent carers and their whole families Read more

Books for Free

A Southampton based project saving books from landfill and giving them back to the local community, all for FREE! Read more

Calibre Audio Library by post

Calibre Audio Library is a national charity providing a subscription-free service of unabridged audio books for adults and children with sight problems, dyslexia or other disabilities, who cannot read print. Read more

'Call in Time' Telephone Befriending Service from Age UK

From Age UK, a free public telephone befriending service that matches volunteers with older members of the public. Read more

Carers rights

This outlines your human rights under current legislation with specific regard to individuals with caring responsibilities Read more

Chessel Chanters

Chessel Chanters is a choir of 20+ singers all of whom have Parkinson's disease or who are supporting someone with the condition. Read more

Chill 4US Carers - online forum for chatting

Chill4us is a website is run by unpaid family carers or ex carers to support one another. Read more

Communicare in Southampton

Communicare in Southampton is a friendly, local charity that enriches the quality of life of lonely and isolated people in and around Southampton. Committed volunteers offer practical and emotional support in a variety of ways at no cost to the clients. Services aviailable to areas covered by Southampton Scity Council SO14-SO19. Read more

Communicare Lunch Club at Fairfax Court

Communicare lunch club - 2 courses and drinks for only £4: Fairfax Court, Thornill, SO19 6FU on 2nd Monday of every month, 11.30-2pm Read more

Communicare Lunch Club at Meon Court

Last Thursday of every month 11.30am-2pm at Meon Court, Harefield SO18 5JG. £4 for a 2 course meal and hot drinks. Read more

Community Events at Netley Court Home

Times and dates of Bursledon, Hamble and Hound Dementia Action Group regular meetings in SO31 Read more

Craft classes

A range of creative crafting classes Read more

Creative Options

Creative Options is a voluntary charity set up by Frances Heather, a retired NHS mental health Occupational Therapist. The project is managed by a committee of trustees and run by a part-time project leader and members with lived experience of mental health issues. They offer support, train-ing, mentoring and opportunities to people experiencing mental health issues. Read more

CredAble Access Card

The Access Card translates your disability / impairment into symbols which highlight the barriers you face and the reasonable adjustments you might need. Read more

Disability swimming at Oaklands Community Pool

Carer discounts at weekly Oaklands Pool disability session. Every Tuesday 10.45 am - 11.45 am Read more