Come and join us to enjoy singing with the Boat Band, traditional Indian dancing and polymer clay modelling. There will also be stalls with local community organisations and a free lunchtime buffet.
Our Community Health Champions Report 2023 summarises members feedback and case studies for our highly successful involvement in the Community Health Champions initiative.
By learning basic signs, you can communicate with deaf people around you, such as deaf colleagues, family or friends. If you’re interested in learning some basic British Sign Language (BSL) from home – here are some free resources!
With colder weather fast approaching, it’s time to start thinking about how to stay safe and well this winter period. VAST and Support Staffordshire have created this Winter Preparedness Guide with top tips.
We work in partnership with The Beth Johnson Foundation to offer access to a “Tea and Tech Drop-in” where you can get support to learn basic digital skills including setting up or using your own devices. Next session Monday 31st July 2023 at 1.30pm.
Many people who have HIV do not know that they have it. To help prevent the spread of HIV, Staffordshire Sexual Health Charity (SSHC) are offering free self-testing kits.
Many of us will witness a cardiac arrest in our lifetime. Be ready for that day. It takes just fifteen minutes to learn CPR using your mobile phone and this excellent online course.
We’ve just added a gallery of fabulous photos taken at this year’s Stoke Pride.
BeeFree is a new support hive for mind and movement to help people with pain and mental health issues.
Join us on Sunday 2nd July for an easy circular walk around Hanley Town Centre that includes sites of significance to the Local LGBT Community.