Saffron Walden Women’s group

Meet Penny, Ellie and Claire. These lovely ladies meet every second Thursday morning between 11am and 12.30, at the Temeraire pub in Saffron Walden.

They really want to grow their group even bigger so please get in touch if you would like to join them for a coffee! They said that meeting regularly has been a ‘life saver’ in keeping their mental health stable.

One person in the group recently had a back operation, meaning that she found it hard to get out. Claire their Peer support was able to ensure she kept her routine. They said that the group were now mutual friends and never saw their meet up as a chore, but something as part of their weekly routine to look forward to.

You can find out more about this group in the Peer Led Activities page of the website.

Author: Laura Balerdi
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