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Community wellbeing hubs

Community wellbeing hubs

Our community wellbeing hubs provide advice and support for vulnerable adults in North Lincolnshire.

Activities in the hubs and local community will vary and may include:

  • Support to access employment and meaningful activity
  • Activities and support for carers
  • Over 75 wellbeing check
  • Activities such as craft, reminiscence, healthy eating, chair based exercise, tabletop games, kurling, archery and discussion of current affairs
  • Targeted workshops on issues such as dementia, nutrition, home and personal safety
  • Access to services including bathing, podiatry and other health topics
  • Volunteering opportunities
  • Information and signposting to other services

If you are feeling lonely or isolated then please feel free to contact your local community wellbeing hub on the phone numbers below or just drop in and say hello. You will always be given a warm welcome.

Barton and Winterton - 01652 634554

Brigg and Broughton - 01652 653384

Scunthorpe -  01724 296759

Epworth and Crowle - 01724 297771

 The hubs are for:

  • Adults over the age of 18 who are at risk of social isolation due to physical or learning disability, mental ill health, long term condition or are an older person.
  • Young people during transition 16 to 19 years
  • Carers

Ask about a wellbeing check from your local community wellbeing hub.

The check covers topics such as: 

  • Home and personal safety
  • Accessing your local community
  • Social activities
  • Preventing falls
  • Remaining independent
  • Preventing loneliness

Call into your local hub for more information.

It is FREE to join.

You can become a member of the community wellbeing hubs and you will receive a membership number and notification of any upcoming events or activities at the hubs.

To join, call in at your local hub or fill out the form below and send it to your hub.

Community Wellbeing Hub Registration Form [PDF, 91Kb].

You can order a meal through the hub from the Community Meals Service and have your lunch at the Hub.

Meals must be booked by the Friday before and will cost £3.55.

Contact your local hub for more details

The Care and Support Jargon Buster is a plain English guide to the most commonly used social care words and phrases and what they mean.

The definitions are plain English rather than legal, and were developed and tested by a steering group that included people who use services, carers, representatives from local authorities, information providers and key stakeholders from across the social care sector.

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Contact details


01724 298319

Hewson House
Station Road
North Lincolnshire
DN20 8XJ

Opening hours

Monday to Thursday: 9am to 5pm

Friday: 9am to 4.30pm

Last updated: 31/07/2018