About us

Coleridge Community Forum

We are a neighbourhood organisation for Coleridge and the surrounding area

The Forum is a volunteer-led, grass-roots organisation that aims to offer community activities to help build on our sense of local community. We are keen to hear from local people with ideas and we need more volunteers to join our committee or just to help out generally.

Coleridge Winter Warmers

We are pleased to offer Winter Warmer Sessions these have been running throughout December. In the New Year we will be teaming up with the Food Hub and the Winter Warmers will restart on Thursday 5th January 2023 and continue weekly on a Thursday evening 3-6pm

The sessions are taking place at St Thomas Hall, Ancaster Way CB1 3TT Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy a free and friendly warm space with refreshments. You can meet with others, play games or bring a book or a laptop. Children are welcome but must be supervised by an adult carer at all times - there will be some craft activities and games available.

We need volunteers to help with the Winter Warmer and to help us come up with other activities and events to help our community. Please contact us to find out more or fill in our volunteer sign up form We are grateful to the City Council for awarding us a grant to support these sessions.

Public Meeting Thursday 19th January 7.30pm St Thomas's Hall Ancaster Way CB1 3TT

You are invited to our first meeting of 2023. Please come along and help us plan our events and activities for the coming year. Find out how you can get involved or just what is going on. There will be refreshments and a warm welcome. Contact us on coleridgecf@gmail.com

Past events

Last August we arranged a coach trip to Hunstanton. For most of the people on the trip it was a rare opportunity to have a day out and we were lucky with the weather as it wasn't too hot! A City Council area grant contributed to the cost of the coach and the feedback was enthusiastic with people keen to hear about future events. We hope to be able to arrange another trip next summer subject to funding and finding more volunteers to help out.