2.15pm: British Lung Foundation Support Group
Armadillo Youth Venue & Cafe
The South Gloucestershire Support Group for people with breathing problems is now in Yate.
Meetings are held 2.15pm - 3.15pm normally the 3rd Tuesday of the month in the Coffee Bar and lounge at the Armadillo - free refreshments provided.
The support group is run by members, with talks and advice from health professionals. It can be easy to feel you are on your own with your condition, you will find others who understand. We also have other speakers, so far we have had a visit from the Police to talk about how we can keep ourselves safe and a wonderful man from Wapley Bushes Nature Reserve with ideas of places locally where we can go for a walk with ample parking facilities.
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Armadillo Youth Venue and Cafe, Station Road, Yate BS37 4FW
|Saturday||10am free film, 1-6pm|
|Sunday||Available for Cinema Parties|
The Armadillo has rooms for hire to anyone looking for an innovative space to hold meetings, parties, or community groups.
With three unique rooms to choose from and a beautiful 60-seater Cinema, any event you hold with us is certain to impress.
The Armadillo hires spaces to everyone, catering for all needs - big or small!
Please click here to download our current prices (April 2018-March 2019) contact the Events Team for more information on availability and prices on 01454 869441.
Even though this charity is called “Yate Men’s Shed”, we are not exclusively for men! The Yate Men’s Shed charity aims to be self funding and to provide a venue for older people in our community to meet up, to pursue their practical hobbies and interests and to socialise. There are many groups aimed at ladies, but few that offer things of practical interest to most men.
There are many practical ideas we wish to pursue, ranging from making bird boxes, car mechanics, fixing bikes, making electronic projects and model aircraft, to participating in larger community projects, or working with other Men’s Sheds in the local area.
An important aim is to provide social contact and opportunities to work with other like minded people. So, if you would like to join us you would be very welcome.
We meet on Thursday mornings at 10:30 for about an hour or so. We are fortunate to enjoy the kind hospitality of The Armadillo youth centre, near Yate leisure centre. Why not come along and join in?
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The Armadillo Youth Venue and Café in the heart of Yate provides a contemporary, safe environment for all young people of the locality aged between 11 and 19 to use and enjoy.
Named by local young people in recognition of its distinctive shape, and painted a vivid purple colour,the 200-capacity centre is designed to exacting environmental standards and offers high-quality facilities including a café with internet access, DJ booth, fully-equipped band area and a fantastic 60-seater cinema.
As well as fostering a spirit of enterprise among those involved in its operation, the centre aims to help tackle anti-social behaviour within the town by providing a safe and stimulating environment for local young people to socialise.
The centre is funded from a range of public and private sector sources with the majority coming from Yate Town Council and South Gloucestershire Council. Merlin Housing Association also funds young trainee staff.
At the heart of the Armadillo is the Café, which provides hot and cold food as well as a variety of refreshing cold drinks, good quality coffee, tea and hot chocolate.
The Armadillo provides a host of facilities and activities for young people to enjoy in a relaxed environment, including:
In addition to the above, the Armadillo will be offering workshops, which will give young people the opportunity to get involved with activities and learn new skills.
The Armadillo offers a spacious room for bands (maximum capacity 8 people) with brilliant high-tech equipment at realistic prices for the youth of today!
Anyone is welcome to a FREE ONE HOUR trial session.
To find out more about the Armadillo Cinema, click here.