Clubs at Bechange

We have a number of great clubs for you

Our clubs are open to all adults and a great place to learn or practice new skills, meet likeminded people and have a cuppa while sharing your interests and ideas.

Clubs are run by people from the community, for people in our community, in a safe and welcoming environment.

No need to book for any of these clubs – just turn up and join in.

Tea and coffee are available at all sessions.
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Would you like to like to learn how to give a new lease of life to old and discarded object?

This club is led by Mallory who has years of experience transforming preloved items into something special.

Whether you are a beginner or dab hand, you will pick up creative ideas and tips, learning and practising techniques such as stencilling and decoupage.

Find out about materials, tools and ideas as well as how to spot an upcycling opportunity.

The group is friendly and welcoming and love to share their ideas.

Items are provided – so come along and get creative!

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This friendly group meet once a week to enjoy a game of bridge. 

Whether you are an experienced player or would like to learn or brush up your skills, you are very welcome.

The group are always looking for new members and are very happy to teach people how to play. 

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Knit, crotchet and stitch and have a good chat over a cuppa. 

A friendly group who gather together weekly to share tips and ideas and are always happy to teach or help. 

You can bring along your own project or use the wool and needles that we have available at the hub. 

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The art club aims to encourage people from the community to come together and take part in art, in all its forms. 

The club meets fortnightly and welcomes all no matter their skills level or experience; from beginner to amateur artist to professionals, all are welcome.    

Membership costs £8 per month; this includes a desktop easel with all the sketching materials you will need. 

If you would rather just pop along when you can, it is £3 per session.

Come along to a session and try it out.

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Camerados is a movement of people around the world who want us all to look out for each other and be more human in how we interact with others.

Camerdos is based on a simple belief that having “people and purpose” in your life is the most important thing, not only to live a good life, but more critically for when you are going through a tough time. 

People in the movement sometimes call each other Camerados and want more folk in society to look out for each other.

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Every Friday we host a community lunch for members of our community.

Whether you live or work in the area, we would love to see you.

Lite Bites is open to everyone and is a great way for people to get together and socialise. 

Lunches are nutritious and we also aim to help the environment by using high-quality surplus food as well as vegetables and salad from our community garden.

Our lunches are cooked and served by volunteers and staff.

What to expect and how much it costs – Lunches are guided by produce available and are typically light meals such Jacket Potatoes or toasted sandwiches.  We don’t have a set price, we ask for a donation if you can afford it.

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