What's On

At Yesu we seek to provide a wide range of excellent projects that serve our community and meet the various needs of the diverse people around us.

Many of our projects have been running successfully for years. This enables us to develop meaningful relationships, and provide consistency and support to the many people we serve. See below for more specific details of our projects.

Parent support centre

Tues & Thurs 9.30-12.00.

A place where parents can gather to support each other and access a range of practical based workshops & information.

Dates Tues AM Drop in (9.30-12) Thurs AM Drop-in (9.30-12)
15/04 - 24/5 How we look after ourselves and our wellbeing. PM Infant feeding café. What is ADHD/ADD and how can you support children with this?
Summer Term 2 Supporting you to support your child with transition to new class / year / school. PM Infant feeding café. Practical ideas for supporting you with your child over the summer holidays and signposting to local events / activities.

Toy & Book Exchange

Drop off pre-loved toys/books and exchange for something new for your child.

Open during Parent Support Centre opening times (Tues & Thurs 9.30-12).


Infant Feeding café (Breast feeding/bottle feeding/weaning and fussy eaters)

Tues 1-3pm.
Come and relax with others and access advice and support about feeding your baby.

The Community Fridge

Tues & Thurs 10:30 – 16:00.

For more info see our community fridge page.

The Uniform Swap Shop

Tues & Thurs 9.30 - 15:30

8-11s Group

16:30-18:00 Weds.

Emerge Youth Group (Secondary School Age)

7:30-9 Fri.

Military Connect-ion

1st Weds of each month 10-12

A safe space and a listening ear to those seeking to explore past or present issues of any kind.

It’s free and open to all, whether you have served or not, including reserves and their families. The session is to provide advice, guidance and support especially around wellbeing and mental health.

The facilitator Rod Eldridge served in the armed forces for 27yrs as a senior nursing officer both in mental health and general nursing. He completed 8 Operational tours, he has worked for the RBL, as a Case Officer and Regional Outreach Officer, he has also worked for Big White Wall (now called - Togetherall), Outside the wire (Matthew Project), Walking With The Wounded and Invictus. He currently volunteers with Waterloo Uncovered who support serving personnel and veterans in undertaking archeology linked to mental wellbeing.

Rod has wealth of experience and knowledge with sound grasp of the key issues and cultural sensitivities surrounding military service and is eager to support those and theirs loved ones