Talk Hubs

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What is the Talk Community Hub Project?  

Talk Community Hubs is a project that has been introduced and managed by Herefordshire Council to bring residents together and connect them to services in the local community.  A Talk Community Hub is a place or scheme where local people can access information and activities to support their wellbeing and independence.  Although at the moment, government restrictions have limited how people are able to meet physically, virtual platforms are being explored by the council as a means of keeping Herefordshire’s communities connected.

What does a Talk Community Hub look like?

Each hub is ‘unique’ depending on what their community looks like.  At The Huddle Hub, we operate the Talk Hub alongside the opening hours of the café as a drop in service, however you will also be able to book a private appointment in the New Year.

Who runs the Talk Community Hub? 

The Talk Community Hubs are supported by Herefordshire Council, but are run by staff or volunteers from the local community or a combination of both. The staff or volunteers are trained to guide residents towards a wide range of wellbeing related information.  

What are the benefits of having a Talk Community Hub in your area?  

It can strengthen communities, build friendships and help people to support one another through knowledge of local and countywide services.

Training & Volunteering Opportunity

If you're interested in receiving some training and becoming a Volunteer Talk Hub advisor - please contact us at volunteers@thehuddlehub.co.uk

About Us

Opening Hours: (Subject to change)

  • Mon: CLOSED
  • Tue: 10 -2
  • Wed: 10 - 2
  • Thur: 11 - 2 & 5-7
  • Fri: 11 - 2 & 5 -9.30

Come visit us, make friends, exchange stories, experiences and skills.

Address: Wigmore Village Hall, Wigmore, HR6 9UW

Phone: 01568 770144

Email: admin@thehuddlehub.co.uk

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