Queen Mary Centre
Phone: 01945 581444
Email: Click Here to send an email.
The Queen Mary Centre is run by The Ferry Project
working in partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council and The King’s Church Wisbech.
This website is designed and maintained by The King’s Church Wisbech, UK Charity Number 1000160
Regular Events, Courses and Meetings
Access exists to help migrants settle into their local communities. We work in partnership with stakeholders to promote community cohesion, to offer multi-lingual advice services and to provide practical support to overcome language barriers for our clients. www.accessmigrantsupport.org.uk
Blood Donation sessions are starting at the Queen Mary Centre in 2014. The NHS Blood Donation service will be paying regular visits throughout the year for blood donors new and old. Please check their website to find out when they will be here next or to sign up as a new donor. www.blood.co.uk
Counselling Drop-in Sessions: Thursdays 2-5pm and Fridays 2-4pm
Centre 33 exists to help every young person in Cambridgeshire fulfil their potential. We support and empower you to overcome your problems through a range of free and confidential services. If you are a young person in Cambridgeshire up to the age of 25 and you want some information, advice or support, you’ve come to the right place. No matter how big or how small a problem you have, we’re here to help. Our team are used to talking to young people about all sorts of issues, including housing, sexual health, family problems, bullying – whatever is on your mind, it’s always OK to talk about it with us. www.centre33.org.uk
Dance Fit is a fun, energetic dance-based fitness class, packed with funky modern routines guaranteed to get your heart pumping to the beat of your favourite pop songs! This class is suitable for all ages and is a must try!
£4 per class / just turn up!
The Queen Mary Centre is the home of a Job Cafe which happens monthly on a Friday morning from 10am until 12 noon. Lots of local employers with real jobs on offer are in attendance. If you are looking for a job, why not give it a try? Come along with copies of your CV and enjoy a free hot drink and a chat with potential employers. Check out the latest information here.
The King’s Church, Wisbech holds its weekly Sunday Service in the Main Hall of the Queen Mary Centre on Sunday mornings. Its offices are located at Octavia View (over the car park). Please visit their website for more information. www.kingswisbech.org.uk
Every Wednesday (term time) 4.00-9.00pm
& special performances / shows in the holidays
LEADA is a part time club for children and young adults based in Wisbech, Fenland and beyond. We give our members a chance to express themselves. We help our members to explore ideas through the medium of acting, voice, movement, puppetry, mask and music. Members learn about stage craft in order to turn their stories into plays, which they perform.
Whatever a child's ability or experience they are welcome at LEADA - we will work with each individual child to develop and achieve their own potential. www.leada.biz
A dynamic, county-wide charity that supports local people in their recovery from mental health issues, promotes well-being and campaigns against stigma & discrimination. Counselling appointments available 01480 470480 www.mindincambs.org.uk
Rock Choir is the UK’s largest contemporary choir, with more than 16,000 members in over 250 local communities. There are no auditions and no requirements to read music, or have any previous singing experience. Just turn up and join in! Every Tuesday evening in the Queen Mary Centre - Small Hall, 8:00pm - 9:30pm. www.rockchoir.com
Come and learn the martial art of Tae Kwon-Do in a fun, friendly atmosphere with local instructors. Get fit, flexible and confident while learning self defence at the same time. A class for all (Men, Ladies, Children and Beginners are all very welcome) Monday 6:30pm - 8pm & Friday 5:30 - 7pm evening at the Queen Mary Centre. www.mftkd.co.uk
The YMCA offers free short term counselling for 13 to 25 year olds who live in fenland by appointment only and that to request counselling a young person should ring 01733 373170 asking for Katie Sawyn or to email, firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit our website http://theymca.org.uk/counselling/
Monday Youth Groups
There’s a lot to do including free pool table, PS3, music, arts and crafts, tuck shop, cooking and sports. Lots of chances to win free entry each week including football and dodge ball tournaments, art and Fifa tournaments! First session is FREE. Membership is £1 and will then be 70p per session. Bring a friend who hasn’t been before and you both get in for FREE!
Aurora Girls Group
ADHD Support/Advice Group
Every other Wednesday 9.00-11.30am
Young People Workers
Centre4 at the Queen Mary Centre provides a regular facility for young people workers to come with their clients whilst doing 1-1 work, such as cooking, sports, playing pool, completing ASDN awards books, delivering baby sitting courses, first aid courses and many other activities that are able to support clients’ growth and development towards semi independence during adolescence.
Click here to email the Youth Support Service