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New look Community Hub opens doors for activity day

OPen day posterIndian head massage, exercise and craft classes, reflexology, and even a musical performance are just some of the fantastic activities on offer at the Community Health and Wellbeing Hub Open Day on Tuesday 22 September.

Taking place at Wallace House on Windermere Road, we’ve organised the Open Day to celebrate the newly refurbished Community Health and Wellbeing Hub and you’re invited to come along and see that transformation for yourself!

From 11am to 3pm we’re welcoming the whole community to come along to meet staff and sample some of the activities the Hub offers to older and disabled people across Cheltenham.

Throughout the open day demonstrations and free taster sessions will be taking place including:

  • 11am -1pm & 1:30-3pm: Experience the benefits of The Bowen Technique
  • 11am – 1pm & 1:30-3pm: Indulge in your taster session of either an Indian Head Massage, Hand Massage, Reflexology & Mini Manicure
  • 12 – 12.45pm: ‘Move It Or Lose It’ seated exercise
  • 1-1.45pm: Performance by Gloucester Strings Ukulele Club
  • 1-3pm: Knit and Natter * AND * Art & Craft Club
  • 2-2.45pm: Egyptian Spirit Belly Dance

Also coming along to provide information and advice to visitors will be Managing Memory 2Gether Service, Gloucestershire Deaf Association, Healthy Lifestyles, ‘Get Ready for Winter’, and Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust.

Light refreshments will be provided.

Wallace House is easily accessible by the D Bus route, with a bus stop right outside.

The Wallace House Community Health and Wellbeing Hub currently offers a range of activities including: lunch clubs, knit & natter, art & craft club, singing & music therapy, emotional wellbeing courses, gentle Yoga, Pilates, Tai Chi & ‘Move It Or Lose It’ seated exercise classes and a therapy room for salon holistic and health services.

Early booking for taster sessions is recommended to avoid disappointment. Please call 01242 774610 or email:


Notes for editors

Cheltenham Borough Homes:

  • CBH is one of the top rated ALMOs (Arms Length Management Organisations) in the country. ALMOs are not for profit companies that run social housing services for their local council
  • Currently CBH manage and maintain around 5,000 tenant and leasehold properties with high satisfaction and performance levels, when compared nationally with other housing providers
  • CBH put their customers at the heart of what they do; working with them to shape services and ensure the company focuses on local need
  • CBH deliver more than high quality core landlord services: they have an ongoing programme building new homes and regenerating communities; they support people to find work and employment; work to improve financial inclusion and develop stock to make it more energy efficient

Press contact: Catherine Best e: t: 01242 775317  


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