Our Members

Our Members are what makes the Voluntary and Community Sector here in North Lincolnshire so vibrant. This page links to them and to their events – please do let us know if you’d like to join us or if you have a site, event or cause to advertise.

Cultural groups:

Scunthorpe Choral Society https://e-voice.org.uk/scunthorpechoralsociety/ or connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/choralssociety 

 

The Society meets on Thursday nights between September and April at Bottesford Baptist Church, Chancel Road, Bottesford, DN16 3LD at 7:30 pm. New singers are welcome (sopranos, altos, tenors and basses).  There is no formal audition (we run a mentoring scheme) and expert tuition is given.  Contact Tessa Cotterill on 01469 533133 or email bonbymeadow@aol.com  for further information.

Venues:

Ulceby Village Hall Ulceby Village Association webite address is www.ulcebyvillagehall.org.uk, our official contact email address is ulcebyvillagehall@gmail.com.

The Hall, in the thriving village of Ulceby, consists of a large main hall and a smaller committee room, and is used by many villagers, as it provides a venue for local groups to meet, and is available for hire for private parties, training courses, etc.  It has full disabled access, and a toilet for the disabled.  There is an outdoor play area, and a large playing field behind the hall.

Bereavement Support Groups:

Jen’s Special Place is a child bereavement support group based in Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire. The group ultimately aims to support children in expressing their grief and exploring their feelings in a safe and emphatic environment; enabling them to grow through each others experiences. Parents and carers also benefit from our service; offering group adult counselling and an opportunity to speak with others in similar circumstances. Their website can be found at http://jenssplace.wixsite.com/jensspecialplace, Facebook @JensspecialP and Twitter @JensSpeciaPlace.

Social Support Groups:

YHL Circles of Support website is www.yhlcosa.org.uk. Volunteers can apply online through this website too. Email – info@yhlcosa.org.uk, Twitter – @YHLCOSA

Circles UK seeks greater public protection by working towards a substantial reduction in sexual offending by providing a range of services to local Circles of Support and Accountability Projects. Further, it aims to develop a greater public understanding of community approaches to public protection.