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What is a Tea ‘n’ Talk group?

These groups are for anyone to pull up a seat, with a drink and have a natter with others.

Who can attend?

Anyone! Whether you are on your own, with a friend, with a person you care for, a parent with a baby/ young child, young or older – all are welcome.

Do I need to book before I attend?

No, you do not need to book, just come along – look for the Tea ‘n’ Talk table signs and pull up a seat.

Read client and volunteer Ian’s blog about Tea ‘n’ Talk groups.

Where can I find my nearest Tea ‘n’ Talk group?

Cake’ole (Bradford BD1)

  • First Saturday of every month
  • 9:30am-11:30am

The Thornbury Centre (Bradford BD3)

  • Every Monday
  • 10am-12pm
  • Dementia-friendly
  • Urdu/Punjabi speakers

Manningham Mills (Bradford BD9)

  • First Wednesday of every month
  • 10am-12pm
  • Dementia-friendly

City Hub, Daisy House Farm (Bradford BD9)

  • 4th Friday of every month
  • 10am-12pm

Idle Lounge Coffee House (Idle BD10)

  • First Tuesday of every month
  • 10am-12pm

The Bothy (Shipley BD18)

  • Second Wednesday of every month
  • 2pm-4pm

Morrisons Cafe (Skipton BD23)

  • Third Monday of every month
  • 10am-12pm

The Soroptimist Rooms (Skipton BD23)

  • Third Saturday of every month
  • 2:30pm-4:30pm

Glusburn Institute Community & Arts Centre (Glusburn BD20 8FQ)

  • First Monday of every month
  • 10am-12pm

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