The Active Wellbeing Service
The Active Wellbeing Service from Active Suffolk provides free physical activity support to adults aged 50+ living in Eye or registered to Eye Health Centre.
With the support of a local Physical Activity Advisor, you will be able to discuss your motivations to become more active and how to overcome any barriers, issues or concerns you might have. You will also be able to find out about the many different options that are available to you locally. The service is focused on you as an individual and your local Physical Activity Advisor will support you through consultations, phone calls, emails and on-going reviews to provide support, motivation and advice.
To book an appointment: (contact your local Project Officer – Health and Wellbeing, Mair Potter):
M: 07557 633824, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, please complete a short self-referral form: www.activesuffolk.org/active-wellbeing-in-eye
Suffolk Family Carers – Eye Outreach
Suffolk Family Carers supports people caring at home, and consider this to be someone of any age whose life is restricted because they are looking after a relative, friend, partner or a child who cannot manage without help because of illness, age, physical disability or mental health problems.
The Outreaches are held at the Eye Bowls Club on Brome Avenue , which has a spacious main room with outside seating and ample parking. Outreaches are held on the first Monday of every month from 1pm-3pm (revised dates for bank holidays).
For more information about Outreach or other support we offer please visit our Website www.suffolkfamilycarers.org or phone our Helpline – 0844 225 3099.
Eye Grammar School Fund
This Trust Fund exists to provide grants to young people, aged under 25 years, and to educational establishments in the parishes of Eye, Athelington, Bedfield and Horham. The funds are available to meet the cost of books, clothing, tools, instruments, or course fees for educational purposes or for entry into a trade. For more information and an application form contact Sara Muldoon by email email@example.com
Eye Opportunity Group
The Eye Opportunity Group offers support and guidance to families whose under fives have a wide range of special needs and provides facilities and links which aren’t readily available in this rural area. The children attend with their parents/carers and any pre-school siblings to experience group play. We tailor our activities to suit individual children’s needs and aim to stimulate their development while supporting the parents.
Location: 26 Castleton Way, Eye, IP23 7AG (between Hartismere Hospital and Hartismere High School).
Contact: Sanchia Brandreth
Hartsimere Playscheme aims to provide safe, fun sport and art/craft activities for Primary School age children during the Summer Holidays. If you would like more information about the Playscheme or to put your name forward for our committee, please contact: Caroline on firstname.lastname@example.org or Tracy on email@example.com
Fressingfield/Stradbroke Medical Centre
Coronavirus (COVID-19) – for latest information please click on this link: www.fressingfield-medical-practice.co.uk