Face to face venues


Boston logoCentenary is a Christian Church with open hands and an open heart in the Methodist tradition.

They have been loving and serving the people of Boston and the surrounding area since 1911 in their present amazing building, but Methodist work in the town started way back in the 1760s. They like to say that they're 'Steady as a Rock and Ready for Renewal'.

In a world which sometimes seems overwhelmed by bad news, they long to shine as a place and community of Good News. John Wesley, whose love and vision began the Methodist movement all those years ago urged his followers to be 'the friends of all and the enemies of none'. They think it would be wonderful if the world lived by that principle and try to play their small part.

You can find out loads more about who they are and what they stand for by clicking on the national website of the Methodist Church here. https://www.methodist.org.uk/


Gainsborough everyone active logoAt West Lindsey Leisure Centre, you’ll find all the facilities you’ll need to stay active and have fun at the same time.

The 100-station gym features state-of-the-art equipment and a running track designed to suit all fitness needs, while the two pools play host to their award-winning swimming lessons, alongside many other activities to suit swimmers of all ages and abilities.

You’ll also be able to enjoy a plethora of group fitness classes, designed to suit everyone, while the sports hall hosts table tennis, badminton and five-a-side football. They also boast a squash court, a café and have superb spa facilities too.

Lincoln - Bridge Central

Bridge Central Vision: Growing and Going…

Bridge Central Lincoln logoThey are called to be a people who are growing (Luke 2:52) and are going (Matthew 28). The full circle is that as they do this, more and more people around us will begin their own journey of growing and going as part of our church family.

They believe that the fullest possible expression of growing and going in Lincoln is to be a church that has a presence in places across the city, being rooted and consistent. This is more than running projects and activities. It is to be a community of people worshipping and serving in a particular area. One without the other is an incomplete expression of a community of faith.

Lincoln - Lincoln College

Lincoln - St Barnabas Health and Wellbeing Centre

About St Barnabas

St Barnabas Hospice is the leading charity in Lincolnshire providing palliative and end-of-life care to adults living with a life-limiting or terminal illness.

Their Vision

Their Vision is a world where dying with dignity, compassion and having choices is a fundamental part of a life.

Their Mission

Their Mission is to ensure all individuals facing the end of their life in Lincolnshire receive dignified, compassionate care when they require it and where they ask for it.

Lincoln - The Link Up

Link up, Lincoln.jpgThe Link Up is a space that can be used by the people of Lincoln to come together and connect. It's is a free space that welcomes all local groups, charities or classes.

Lincoln - Lincoln County Hospital

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust is situated in the county of Lincolnshire and is one of the biggest acute hospital trusts in England, serving a population of over 720,000 people.

This district general hospital serves the city of Lincoln and the North Lincolnshire area. It provides all major specialties and a 24-hour major accident and emergency service.

Mablethorpe - The Coastal Centre

The Coastal Centre, which is ideally situated in the centre of the town in Victoria Road, is a volunteer staffed, multi-use centre run by The Boatshed Charity.

The centre is the base for the Mablethorpe Area Partnership, The Coastal Community Team, The Young Persons Forum and The Royal British Legion have a permanent outreach centre there.

Every Tuesday, the Coastal Centre hosts The Community Hub.  This weekly drop in session sees many of the local agencies join us, providing local people who may have limited access to technology and transport an easy was yo access them.

The Coastal Centre aims to be a place where local people can access information and advice on all manner of things including House, Wellbeing, Finance, Job Search and much more.  It is now the only source of Tourist Information for the town's many visitors.

Nocton - Renew @ The Hub

Renew Wellbeing helps churches open spaces of welcome and inclusion in partnership with mental health teams to improve mental and emotional wellbeing. 

Renew spaces are simple cafe style spaces run by local churches where hobbies and activities are shared or co-produced. Each cafe space is attached to a quiet room or prayer space where inner habits of wellbeing are shared. Each church partners with a mental health professional from the local council or other suitable organisation to ensure good inclusive practices for safe spaces where it's OK not to be OK can be sustained.  

Being prayerful • Being present • Being in partnership

Renew Wellbeing provides information, inspiration, training and ongoing support to local churches as well as developing a simple national strategy for many small safe spaces to be made available through churches and councils working together. 

Spilsby - New Life Centre

Stamford - Stamford Hub

Sessions that are delivered at this venue are done so in partnership with Recovery College East (RCE) which is part of Cambridge and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust. Please be aware that as these sessions are jointly run, both colleges will have access to the names of all students who book onto the course.

Based at Ryhall Rd, the small, friendly & knowledgeable team make sure that everyone is supported to plan their days and get the most out of an interesting and varied range of opportunities. Within easy access of the town, with excellent connections and links to other organisations and community groups, they are an active part of our local community.

Working with the skills, talents, likes and needs of each person, their aim is to provide a range of meaningful and purposeful opportunities which help everyone maintain and develop new skills, try new things, and make a positive contribution to their town and community.

The building is fully accessible and welcoming, with a lovely garden, garden room, sensory space, and purpose-built hygiene suite. For a small cost each day they make sure anyone who wants one gets a hot meal. They're a resource for the whole community, and regularly welcome everyone in to join in our drop-in activities, from Knit and Natter to Gardening Club, everyone can expect a really warm welcome.

Opportunities include:

  • Healthy eating & cookery
  • Creative arts – flower-arranging, music, dance, making cards, gifts, confetti- making things to sell or exhibit. 
  • Gardening & allotment
  • Personal development & wellbeing
  • Sailing
  • Fitness and health
  • Memory & recall skills
  • Drop-in – come along and try new things.

They work with your interests and skills to help you plan a range of interesting and meaningful support that’s right for you.