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Community Garden - Evesham

A picture of plants growing in shoes

Enjoy spending time outdoors and meeting new people? Well the community garden at Wallace House in Evesham could be just the trick. 

The aim's simple; to provide a place for people to come and enjoy the garden while developing new skills and making new friends.

Living Well Satisfaction Questionnaire

Thanks for filling in our quick survey, it helps us to see what we're doing well and what needs some work. This is how the scale works:

The people who saw me at Independence Trust:

Treated me with dignity and respect *
Allowed me to talk and express myself *
Listened to me *
Made me confident about their ability to help *

I think my review:

Helped me see how far I’d come *
Helped focus me on what I needed to do next *

I feel as though:

I am valued and encouraged to develop my strengths *
I’ve been able to develop my own action plan with support of staff *
The service has helped me improve my emotional wellbeing *
The service has helped me develop my physical wellbeing *
I’m supported to make links in my local community *
Working with IndeTrust has also had a positive effect on my family *
I have made good progress since being with IndeTrust *
I’ll be ok to carry on with the links I’ve made after I’m signed off from IndeTrust *
My overall feeling of the service I have received from IndeTrust *


0345 8638323

Different teams work different hours. Our call centre are here Monday to Friday, 8am-6pm


You can also use the contact form at the bottom of this page

New men's group for Stroud


A safe place to learn or share skills. A place you are able to speak as well as being listened to, where we reclaim, restore and re-use.

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A-Z programme application form

Apply for a course/s

1 Start 2 Tell is a bit about you 3 In case of emergency 4 Nearly there 5 Complete

Community Wellbeing Service

Community Wellbeing Service – Stroud and Berkeley Vale

Many things affect our health and wellbeing, such as where we live, how we spend our time, our financial situation and our relationships with friends and family.

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I'm a *
How would you prefer us to contact you? *
Do you have a hearing Impairment? *
Do you have a sight Impairment? *

Guitar Group


More details and start date TBC


  • Gloucester
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Living Well

About the service

Living Well is here to support, improve and strengthen wellbeing in Worcestershire. The service is free and offers information and practical support to help you to;

  • Improve your diet
  • Become more physically active
  • Improve your mental wellbeing
  • Connect to community activities
  • Access other services that can support you to reach your goals and ambitions
  • Access and encourage volunteering and peer support services

How does the service work?

The service is tailored to individual needs;

Referral form

About you

What's your sex? *

A few health questions

DietActivityEmotional supportWellbeing
What would you like support with? *
Do you agree to the terms of service? *
I agree to my details being referred to the Living Well Service for an initial assessment (this can be either face to face or by telephone). I understand that the outcome of this assessment will determine my eligibility for the service.

Women's Group


We are  small friendly supportive group, it's a chance to off load, discuss stuff and of course we laugh alot too




  • Meet at Wellbeing Centre, Parliament Street, Stroud, GL5 2HL. Friday 1.00-2.30pm.
  • Starbucks, The Promenade, Unit 1, Cheltenham, GL50 1LN. Wednesday 12.45-1.45pm.
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Sign Language Group


Peer led Sign Language group meets every Thursday at the Tyndale Centre, all welcome, no previous experience needed.

Here is a video of the group performing for the staff last Christmas.

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