Nailsea health hub on social media

PUBLISHED: 10:00 07 September 2018

Uphill Artists Steve Buck, Anne Harrison, Diane Harrison and Val Treasure.

Uphill Artists Steve Buck, Anne Harrison, Diane Harrison and Val Treasure.


People can now find out about the activities on offer at 65 High Street in Nailsea via social media.

The health and digital hub was launched in September last year to reduce social isolation and improve the health and wellbeing of people in North Somerset by helping people to connect with family and friends online and access extra support for health conditions.

The venue provides groups with a place to meet and it is already proving popular for art and craft exhibitions and health drop-in sessions.

Town council clerk Ian Morrell said: “At the moment our core opening hours are 9.30am until noon Monday to Friday when we have volunteers helping people with digital technology like phones and tablets, but the more people who use the building, the more hours it can stay open.”

Follow the venue at or on Twitter at @65_high or via Instagram at 65highstreetnailsea

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