Headway Suffolk is holding an Open Day at its Bury St Edmunds Hub on Tuesday 3 October to showcase its services and raise awareness of how the charity helps people.
The charity supports adults living with brain injury, stroke and neurological conditions and has invited carers, family and friends, as well as a range of stakeholders, including social prescribers, councillors, social care teams and community organisations to the Open Day from 10am – 3pm.
The Mayor of Bury St Edmunds, Cllr Diane Hind, will be attending.
The Bury Hub, which is based in Olding Road, close to Asda on Western Way, will be set out with promotion stands and information in one room, while clients will be partaking in a variety of stimulating activities that guests can get involved with in another.
“The Open Day is about letting more people know where we are, what we do and who we help,” said Hilary Whitwell, Senior at the Bury Hub.
“We are currently open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday and have the opportunity to open other days.
“We have made some good connections recently with the likes of Moyse’s Hall Museum, St Edmundsbury Cathedral and Asda, and we would like to increase those networks and links with local community groups.”
Refreshments will be available, along with Headway Suffolk staff for further discussions.
Headway Suffolk will also be able to share more information on the courses it runs to benefit clients, including Understanding Brain Injury and Brain, Body, Balance.
For further information, contact Hilary by email: [email protected].