Quiet Connections groups in Cornwall

Creating a community of understanding and a safe place for you to learn, grow, make friends and practise your social abilities...

Gradually growing your comfort zone
Meeting new people in a relaxed way
Exploring new places & trying new things

“I'm so glad I found you. It's so nice to know that others are going through similar things. What I like most is being able to talk to others who have similar issues, learning how to overcome those using different techniques to control anxiety. It's been a great way of making new friends with similar stories. You are an inspiration.”

- Claire

Bringing like-minded people together in a space where it's okay to talk and it's okay to be quiet too.

Calm spaces for gently connecting with people who have similar stories with no pressure to speak up or join in; you’re free to go at your own pace.

Gently grow your confidence and stretch your comfort zone with optional creative workshops, community projects, activities for recognising your quiet strengths, and trips to explore new places. Or use our supportive spaces to simply enjoy a cuppa or hot coco over a friendly chat, bring a book to read, and gift yourself some quiet you-time.

“I met some lovely people tonight and surprised myself by speaking out to the whole group! You are awesome. Thank you for this opportunity.”

- Sarah

Quiet Get-Togethers

Coming up...


Circus Funtasia, Pool

Friday 20th September | 7:30pm


Godrevy Beach, Hayle

Saturday 28th September | 2-5pm



Christmas Creative Gathering at The Sewing Studio, Redruth

Saturday 16th or 23rd November TBC


Christmas Meal at County Arms, Truro

Wednesday 11th or Saturday 14th December TBC


Bounce the January blues away at Jump4 Trampoline Park, Redruth

Date TBC


Quiet Connections Pool

Every Thursday at Heartlands, 10:30am-12:30pm

“I like the openness of the group and the way they greeted me when I first started a few months ago. They continue to show an interest and make me feel welcome.”

- Jake

“The best bit is that there’s no pressure to be anyone but yourself. Other people can relate to how hard and stressful it can be. It’s really good; a chilled atmosphere and no pressure to participate”

- Gemma

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