The Hub was inspired by a philosophy of collaboration, charities working together to support the local community. Our diverse range of partners share this ethos. Some are based in Tyler House, some use it every week to deliver their services and others use it once or twice a month for special events.
To find out what we can offer your charity or group, please contact our Hub Manager on 01789 332545 or email@example.com.
Stratford Samaritans have been supporting our local community since 1990. Our branch and the surrounding area including larger towns in the area like Warwick, Leamington, Alcester, Redditch and Shipston and the many dozens of smaller towns, villages and hamlets in between. Based at Tyler House.
If something’s troubling you please call 116 123, email firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07725 909090.
Lifespace is a charity that recruits and trains volunteer mentors to help young people reduce distress, build resilience and achieve more. Their small team and 60 volunteers work in schools in and around Stratford. Based at Tyler House.
St Basil’s works with young people aged 16-25 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, helping over 4,000 young people per year across the West Midlands. They started working in Warwickshire in July 2016. Based at Tyler House.
Warwickshire Community and Voluntary Action is the countywide infrastructure organisation for Warwickshire providing vital support to the volunteers, groups, organisations, enterprises and charities who are working to strengthen all of our communities across the county.
The Tyler House building is owned by the Municipal Charities of Stratford-upon-Avon formed as a result of several local charities (four providing alms houses and three grant-giving) amalgamating. The Municipal Charities has a long and detailed history of helping local people with housing and grants facilitated via a number of charities set up by well-meaning bodies, philanthropic individuals and families connected with Stratford-upon-Avon. Training sessions and social events are held at Tyler House.
Warwickshire County Council’s Adult and Community Learning offer a range of courses to help adults with learning disabilities and learning difficulties to develop new skills in a supportive environment. Dance, Drama and Music courses at Tyler House.
Caterpillar Cafe is Stratford-upon-Avon’s first dedicated family friendly cafe, based at Tyler House. Open every Friday from 10am-2pm for parents to sit and relax while your little ones expand their minds and abilities playing with our toys, doing crafts and making their own snacks.
Citizens Advice South Warwickshire offers free, confidential, impartial and independent advice for a variety of issues for all members of the South Warwickshire community, including those living in Stratford upon Avon, Leamington Spa, Warwick and the surrounding towns and villages. Training events held at Tyler House.
Doorway‘s aim is to make sure that vulnerable, homeless young people can look forward with optimism, raise their aspirations and improve their quality of life. Fortnightly drop-in on Tuesday afternoons at Tyler House.
ILEAP runs inclusive leisure opportunities in the local community offering children and adults with a mild/moderate learning disability opportunities for fun and friendship during their leisure time. Activity sessions are held at Tyler House during school holidays.
Joy Yoga classes are held at Tyler House on Mondays. Within the class, you will be encouraged to work within your own limits, so classes are suitable for beginners and students who have practiced yoga before as adjustments and modifications can be made for all abilities.
Kaleidoscope Plus Group aims to help those bereaved by suicide to start to cope with their loss and find support from others who have experienced a similar loss. Groups are facilitated by trained professionals who bring with them skills and knowledge around coping with grief, loss and bereavement. Kaleidoscope meets monthly at Tyler House.
The LEC is an educational charity which aims to advance education for the public benefit for disaffected, disengaged and/or vulnerable young people and adults. Maths and English courses are held at Tyler House.
Making Space hold regular forums and workshops which offer you opportunities to volunteer with us, and make a positive contribution to the community. The forums are a chance for users of mental health services to get together and share news and views on mental health in Warwickshire over tea and coffee. Held at Tyler House.
Prospects provides tailored education, employment, training and care products and services for people at all stages of life. Their Warwickshire team support vulnerable young people. Weekly drop-in on Wednesday mornings at Tyler House.
The Royal Association for Deaf people (RAD) provides services to Deaf people in their first language, usually British Sign Language (BSL) and supports mainstream providers to be more accessible to Deaf people. Drop-in sessions held at Tyler House.
The Recovery and Wellbeing Academy aims to support Personal Recovery and Wellbeing. The courses are open to anyone over the age of 18 living in Coventry and Warwickshire who wants to better manage or understand their Mental Health and Wellbeing. Many courses are run at Tyler House.
Safe in Warwickshire is brought to you by the multi-agency Safer Warwickshire Partnership Board. Our aim is to reduce crime and disorder and promote safety in Warwickshire by providing support, advice and leadership to our partners and communities. Training and community events are held at Tyler House.
Sunny Side Up is a community group dedicated to supporting older people who may be socially isolated or lonely – or simply wish to put fun and laughter back into their lives. Ukulele Group and Computer Club at Tyler House weekly.
Together is a national charity working alongside people with mental health issues on their journey to leading fulfilling and independent lives. Peer support takes place when people with experience of mental distress support each other towards better wellbeing, as people of equal value and on a reciprocal basis, using their own lived experience as a tool for support. Training takes place at Tyler House.
Turning Point have been providing flexible, specialist support to people with a learning disability within the community for more than 20 years. Inspiring people to achieve their own goals, live the life they want, with who they want to live with and within their chosen community, and making a real difference to those we support. Community Champs meet at Tyler House