We have made lots of Eco Hub companions over the years who have utilised the space in the hub, or have attended an event here.

Whilst the hub is out of action, we still wanted to provide the opportunity for you to have access to the brilliant stakeholders, community partners and charities who have and will continue to use this great space.

In the meantime, we will be sharing stakeholder partner links and information below for you to find out more about the great work/activities they are involved in.

Eco Hub Companions 💚




Dorset Blind

SeeClear Counselling

Dorset Blind host monthly Bongo Drumming sessions in the Eco Hub to provide a sensory session for the community.

With their charity shops now closed, they are hosting virtual quizzes and activities online to help fundraise for the charity.

Laura Knight is offering a vital counselling service is offering free weekly Facebook lives at 4.30pm to help people cope through this time and keep mentally strong. Find the session here: www.facebook.com/seeclearcouncelling
Click here for more info: dorsetblind.org.uk Laura is also writing blogs and posting them on her website, check them out here: www.seeclearcounselling.co.uk

Inspiration To Action

STARS Dorset (Sexual Trauma and Recovery Service)

Tara runs sessions in the Eco Hub and also has a Facebook page that aims to inspire and motivate. Check out the page here: www.facebook.com/inspirationtoaction Their telephone support line is for anyone who has been affected by sexual violence. In addition, we will be increasing the availability of their online Live Chat service, which is available through their website www.starsdorset.org 
PramaLife Friendship Line

Autism Wessex

With the current restrictions in place to slow the spread of the coronavirus, local charity PramaLife, who usually run community groups and activities for older people and carers across Poole, Bournemouth and East Dorset, have launched a new Friendship Line for those feeling lonely or who just want to talk to someone during the government imposed self-isolation.

If you would like to speak to somebody, the PramaLife Friendship Line is available every day of the week between 8am and 9pm. Simply dial 01202 022987.

If you are interested in helping PramaLife with their phoneline, you can request further information or sign up to become a volunteer by contacting Sue on 07867 354588.

Autism Wessex need your help more than ever in lockdown. Their auction is your chance to win AFC Bournemouth memorabilia.


Dorset Children’s Foundation

LiveWell Dorset

Dorset Children’s Foundation have put together a really comprehensive list of resources for families with children who have a disability during this corona virus outbreak as well as information on mental health for families on their website. Public Health and LiveWell Dorset are inviting the county to join a wellbeing challenge to take care of our health and wellbeing at this difficult time.

Taking care of your wellbeing is more important than ever. Join the #FiveWaysChallenge to plan your self-care. livewelldorset.co.uk/five-ways-challenge/


For more information on the Eco Hub, a current booking you may have or interest for the future, please contact [email protected]

In line with Government guidance relating to the COVID-19 situation, our centre is now partially re-open. Click here for more info.