Sustaining Your Community

Warm, Well & Connected


This will fund a range of programmes which will be delivered in partnership with local councils, health trusts, charities and the community and voluntary sector, to ensure support is directed swiftly to those most in need. The diverse support made possible by the funding will help provide access to food, access to support around period poverty and will help to keep people ‘warm, well and connected’ at a particularly difficult time of the year. It will be directly targeted at the most vulnerable, including children and young people; carers; older people; people living with a disability; and anyone who has lost income as a result of Covid-19. The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs has also contributed £100,000 to the Warm, Well & Connected programme.


TADA offer a diverse range of workshops for community groups to ensure that there is something for everyone. These workshops are set up with the intention of giving the community an excuse to come together and have a laugh. These include but are not limited to:

– Cook Alongs

– Flower Arranging

– Fitness Classes

–  Aromatherapy Classes

All workshops are provided with the materials and instructors they need to complete the session. All communities groups need to do is have fun!


TADA offers a range of training services either through ourselves or a third party which we can organise and fun. These courses will earn you recognised certificates where applicable. We understand that running a group varies greatly so will try our best to find you any training which is essential for your groups sustainability. The training courses we can cover are but not limited to:

– Good Governance

– First-Aid

– Child Protection

– Mental Health

Register Your Interest

Although we wish to give you all the help you need, it is subject to availabilty and our budget. So if you want to avail of any training or workshop then put in your details below to get your name down!

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