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From 7th October Daisy chain is moving to the Yateley Village Hall, Old School Lane, Yateley, GU46 6NG

Open every Monday (except Bank Holidays) 2:30 - 4:30pm

* Same Volunteers

* Same sort of routine

*Same good fun and actitivites

*More space & a large free car park

For further information email: or

look on Facebook Daisy Chain Café - Yateley



Support Groups

Arthritis - North Hampshire Arthritis Support Group whether you have arthritis or care for someone who does, join the group to share your experiences and meet other people living with arthritis. For more information, call 020 7612 9537 or email

Next 3 datesThursday 25th April 2019, Thursday 25th July 2019, Thursday 31st October 2019 1:30pm - 3:30pm.  In the Function Room, Harlington Centre, 236 Fleet Road, Fleet GU51 4BY.

Daisy Chain Cafe for people living with dementia or memory loss and their family and friends. Call Yateley Town Council on 01252 872198 or email

Eating Disorders - Hampshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) Specialist Eating Disorders Team Email:   Tel: 0300 304 0062

Family Line 0808 8005678 - talk to us about family problems. children's behaviour, teenagers, adult relationships, school problems, grandchildren, step-parenting issues, separation/divorce

Hearing Champions:  Free Local Service for people with NHS Hearing Aids includes:

Basic Maintenance, Battery Supply, Cleaning & re-tubing, Trouble shooting, advice

Click here for details: Hearing Champions Service

Youth Counselling Service 0345 600 2516 or 07827 992764 Email:

Meningitus Research (24 hour Freephone) 080 8800 3344

Multiple Sclerosis Support & Therapy Group 01252 875119 (Anne)

Stroke Line 0845 130 7172

Victim Support Hampshire & IOW 0845 0703002

Hart Families Mental Health & Wellbeing For tips on a range of topics relating to stress, sleep and mental wellbeing, as well as signposts to local support, view the special edition of the Newsletter for Hart Families.

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