Love Dereham is an independent charity that works in collaboration with Dereham Baptist Church, other churches in the surrounding area and wider partners within the community.
We strive to show love to the people of Dereham through a range of practical, tangible projects. We are motivated to show love because of the love of the love Jesus has shown us. We seek to display love in all its aspects.
The charity is based on a Christian ethos and principles, however it serves people of faith, different faiths or no faith it all. The charity does not discriminate on any basis; gender, race, sexuality, age, disability etc.
For more information on the range of projects run by Love Dereham, please click here
The Hub is a youth drop-in session, for those age 11-16, that is held on Friday afternoons. For more information click here
English for Speakers of other Languages are weekly classes that are held of Wednesdays evenings for those who would like to improve their English skills.
For more information click here https://www.lovedereham.org.uk/esol
Job Club is held weekly on a Tuesday morning. It offers support for those looking for work.
For more information click here https://www.lovedereham.org.uk/job-club
Dereham Community Fridge
Dereham Community Fridge is a joint venture between Love Dereham, Green Pastures Bookshop and Breckland District Council. The Fridge seeks to reduce food waste and redistribute food to those that would like it.
For more information click here https://www.lovedereham.org.uk/fridge
Life Skills is a six week series of sessions that help improve a variety of skills – including cooking, sewing, meal planning etc.
For more information click here https://www.lovedereham.org.uk/life-skills
The Restore Project
The Restore Project is a mentoring and befriending scheme that supports individuals to access and engage with the community.
For more information click here https://www.lovedereham.org.uk/restore