A packed programme of activities and support is helping bring vulnerable and isolated people together at New Brighton Community centre after lockdown restrictions eased.

Chair Tony Jones said: "After what the community has suffered over the last 17 months, we are providing an range an endless array of fun things to do, both indoor and outdoor.

"This is really helping to bring the community together".

Pictures show a variety of activities and events at the centre, including older residents with mobility problems being lifted back onto the Wirral Narrowboat Trust boat 'The Pot of Gold' after a trip to Chester.

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The Narrowboat Trust has been helping the centre's older members with trips to places of interest over the last couple of years. https://wcnt.org.uk/

An ever-popular afternoon Tea Event was also arranged in the presence of the Mayor of Wirral, Cllr George Davies, with musical entertainment provided by the Homebirds.

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Finally, Wirral's Community Connectors are shown chatting with the art class members, which is held every Wednesday morning and afternoon due to its ever increasing popularity.

For more details about the activities go to: www.newbrightoncommunity.uk