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New home for Wymondham church

Hope Community Church has recently moved into its new premises in Ayton Road, Wymondham where it is continuing the community projects started at its previous location on Fairland Street in Wymondham.

hope new building 3The new premises (pictured) have been renovated and equipped as an administration centre for the church and resource centre for the community; all Hope Church activities, except Sunday services which will continue at Wymondham High Academy for the time being, will take place there along with most of Hub Community Project activities that operated from their previous location, including Hoppers, ESOL and Cup of Caring.

Hoppers is a Toddler group for parents or carers and their children up to age 3, the group operates on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10.00am to 11.30am, and Dad’s Hoppers, specifically for Dads and their toddlers,  operates on the first Saturday of each month from 10.30am  to midday - for more details please look at

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) offers free of charge language lessons for any nationality.  The qualified ESOL tutor caters for all abilities, providing help with written and spoken English in a fun and relaxed atmosphere.  The lessons take place at 6.30 pm on Tuesday evenings, for more information please call Paula on 07983 360058.

Cup of Caring is an opportunity for carers to socialise and share experiences in a relaxed setting.  The sessions take place at 10.30 am on the 2nd and last Thursdays of the month.  For more details please call Libby on 07747 616531.

 You can find more details of all the activities of Hub Community Project that meet at The Hub at

The new site is fully equipped for disabled visitors and has ample car parking space.  There has been no change to the telephone number (01953. 798505) or email addresses, and the new address is The Hub, Ayton Road, Wymondham, NR18 0QJ

Meeting Point, the drop in group for those who are alone or isolated, now meets at the Catholic Church in Wymondham from 10.30 am on Fridays.  For more information please call Linda on 01603 812619.

To find out more about Hope Community Church have a look at the web site

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