We currently run a number of on-line wellbeing groups, including activities such as singing, crafting and social activities.
If you are interested in being part of any of our group sessions please contact Louise Rendle for more details on 01380 871800 or info@wsun.co.uk

Creativity On-line

** Unfortunately, this group is not currently meeting **

Creativity on-line is a creative and peer support group which meets Thursday mornings via zoom.  The sessions are for people with mental health issues, other long term conditions and carers and aim to connect people through creative sessions.

The sessions are led by an experienced art facilitator, who each week guides the group members through fun creative activities.  You certainly don’t have to be an artist to participate.

If you are interested in joining the next set of sessions please contact us to find out more information.

Find Your Voice Singing Group

A fun online singing and social group for people with Parkinson’s, other neurological conditions and long term conditions and their carers.   You don’t have to be able to sing, you don’t even need much of a voice (a whisper is fine) as we aim to help to improve the strength of your voice as well as working muscles that help with speech and  swallowing.  We also have a good laugh too! 

These sessions are weekly and are on a Monday at 1.30pm until 2.30pm, please contact us to find out more information.

Social Groups

3Ms Social Group

Do you live in the Royal Wootton Bassett or Lyneham area? Do you live with memory loss or a long term condition or do you know or care for someone with memory loss or long term conditions. We are currently running face to face meetings which meet bi-weekly at the Brandon Stoke Village Hall from 10.30am until 12 noon on a Tuesday.  We would love for you to join us, to socialise, share experiences and meet new friends.  Please contact us for more information.

AS We Are Group

The AS We Are group is a social group for adults with autism, who live in Wiltshire.

You can contact the WSUN office (info@wsun.co.uk) or Richard Conlon who has run the group since 2015 on (richardconlon@wsun.co.uk ) and ask to be put on the list. You’ll get weekly updates about what the group is doing and also about research, opportunities, surveys etc.

The groups are social, but they offer informal peer-support and knowledge-sharing. They usually take place during the daytime on a Friday and you don’t need to attend every session.

Currently, most meetings are via zoom. Once each month there will be one face to face meeting at various venues around the County. These face to face meetings may include trips to the cinema, a cafe or even a picnic.  

Walking Buddies

If you have a long-term health condition or disability, which makes it harder to connect with people and go outside, we can provide a walking buddy to accompany you on a regular walk around your local area. It’s a great opportunity to have a chat too.