Health and Wellbeing Community Hubs

FSN runs two health and wellbeing hubs with support of funding from the Hastings and Rother Clinical Commissioning Group. The Hubs run activities that support the 5 Ways to Wellbeing, making a difference by promoting healthier lifestyles and offering volunteering opportunities.

5 Ways to Wellbeing:

  • Connect

  • Be Active

  • Keep Learning

  • Give to Others

  • Take Notice


Central St Leonards Hub

The Central St Leonards Hub offers a range of activities:

  • Craft, cookery and computer courses

  • Improving confidence, self-esteem, motivation and employability skills courses

  • Volunteering opportunities 

  • Volunteer led activities including a weekly drop in and chat giving people opportunities to meet others and find out what is happening at FSN, across the Hubs and other services locally
     

Hollington Hub

The Hollington Hub offers activities from the Robsack Centre 
Activities include:

  • Dance classes

  • Martial arts

  • Exercise classes

  • Volunteer led craft workshops 

  • Courses to improve confidence, self-esteem, motivation and employability skills

To find out more about courses available at the Hubs, please see Events at FSN link or contact Michelle tel: 01424 423683 ext 24 email: mhooper@fsncharity.co.uk 

 
 

 

SuccessES


"Everyone was kind and never judged everyone"
"Sometimes I find it hard to control my feelings, actions, but I understand this now"
"It was fun and creative"
"I have got more friends now since starting the group"
"I learned that you should share your feelings"

- My Time Too children's comments

"The Community Learning courses have been a valuable resource for our clients looking to improve their mental health and wellbeing, as well as providing insight to self-management/coping strategies to build resilience. Our clients have reported they have found them interesting, informative and easy to engage with due to the welcoming and supportive staff and informal setting."

- Community Connectors, Southdown

"I started to volunteer with FSN in the Health and Wellbeing Hub in July 2018. In September I started a Level 3 course at FSN through another of their projects and I am also looking into doing a degree in psychology next year. Once I complete the degree I hope to start a new career path and help others and work towards removing the barriers to mental health. The course started me on this new path and changed my life!"

- Wellbeing Hubs volunteer

"Volunteering at the Health and Wellbeing drop ins I have supported attendees with engaging into activities, not only at FSN but in the local community. It’s great to have access to all the activities and information not only for our service users but also for myself. I really enjoy supporting the community and being part of the hub team!
“I have come along and attended various courses at FSN but also attended the computer and Health and Wellbeing drop ins. Coming here as made me in such a better place, everyone is so supportive! I feel so much more confident, I have found myself again. I love it here!"

- Health and Wellbeing Hubs

2,549 children and young people aged have been supported
561 bereaved of a father
276 bereaved of a mother
227 bereaved of a sibling
768 bereaved of a grandparent
389 bereaved of a relative or friend
423 bereaved through multiple deaths
167 bereaved by suicide
35 pre-bereaved

- Dragonflies Bereavement Project