Cobham Link is now running in-person activity sessions 5 days a week, 10am-3pm.
We will still be following COVID-secure guidelines:
- All Link members will have their temperature taken upon arrival.
- Wearing of face coverings will be required by members and staff whilst inside the Centre.
- Social distancing rules will be followed during all group activities.
Cobham Link is here to support adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities or autism who want to be as independent as possible.
Our Link groups are run from Cobham Centre for the Community, Oakdene Rd, Cobham and offer daily sessions aimed to involve members in the local community.
Current Cobham Link members travel on buses we provide from Guildford, Bookham, Leatherhead, Ashtead, New Haw, Walton-on-Thames, as well as Cobham. Ask us about booking your place on the bus!
For details of our current activities, check out the latest Link Timetable.
Cobham Link is designed to help members learn new skills allowing them to be independent and confident, but they also provide a social group, offering advice, support and fun.
We provide support for our members to volunteer within the local community, giving them that much needed sense of independence.
We're sure there is an activity on offer to suit all:
- gardening and helping out at the Molesey Centre allotment
- computer group
- gym and swimming classes
- drama group*
- arts and crafts
- food preparation
- money skills
- independent skills booster
- monthly day trips
- and many more
When and where
Cobham Link runs Monday to Friday from 9.30am – 4pm at the Cobham Centre for the Community
£50 per day.
For further information on this please contact us on 01932 596 030 or email email@example.com.
*Freewheelers theatre and media group
The Freewheelers is a registered charity which works primarily with disabled adults. They visit the Cobham Centre for the Community on Thursday mornings and make films with the Cobham Link group.