Join our Weekly Meet Ups in Redruth
Connect with likeminded quieteers at Redruth Community Centre, every Monday from 11.30am to 1.30pm.
This weekly group is designed to help you make meaningful connections with likeminded people in a calm and gentle way that feels authentic to your true quiet self.
Whether you’re chatting and sharing stories with your fellow quieteers, enjoying a craft or wellbeing activity, or simply relaxing with a good book in the company of others, this is a safe space where your quiet voice matters - and where you can feel part of a community that truly gets you.
We can’t wait to welcome you.
Your Redruth Meet Ups leaders
We're here to greet you, guide the event and lead the optional activities, as well as answer any questions or concerns that you might have.
Click our photos below to see our stories.
What to Expect
What Quieteers are Saying
“I came to know about Quiet Connections Meet Ups through my social prescriber. I was very nervous about attending my first Meet Up in Redruth but I was reassured and felt comfortable choosing to sit there quietly doing some art and crafts. I felt relaxed there since I don’t feel any forces pushing me anywhere, I can just be my quiet self and enjoy it.”
“I am grateful for quiet connections because they give me a chance to be me, without judgement or criticism, harsh words or being made fun of. I am able to be part of a group socially, in comfort and feeling safe, for the first time in a long time with them. I have a sense of belonging and being cared about. It's just lovely.”
Where to Find Us
Redruth Community Centre
Foundry Row, Redruth TR15 1AW
- By car: There is parking at the Community Centre. Alternatively, the nearest Car Park is New Cut (0.2 miles).
- By train: Redruth Train Station is a 8 minute walk away (0.4 miles).
- By bus: There's a bus stop outside the Armed Forces Careers Office. a 2 minute walk from the Redruth Community Centre. Plan your route here.
You'll receive an email with information and photos showing where to find us when you sign up (please check your spam folder if you don't see this). If you would like any more detailed information about getting to our Redruth Meet Ups we’d be very happy to answer any questions. Just contact us on email@example.com.
How to Join a Redruth Meet Up
You don’t have to register to come along - it’s okay to simply turn up on the day. However, on the first time that you’re joining us, if you know in advance that you’re going to come along it would be really helpful if you could sign up using our booking form below. This means we can say hello and answer any of your questions before you come along, we can easily contact you if there are any changes to the schedule, and we can get feedback from you now and again to help us improve. It’s your choice though. Either way, we are very much looking forward to meeting you and welcoming you into the group.
Frequently Asked Questions
Will Redruth Community Centre be open to the general public during the Meet Up, or is it just quieteers?
Yes, the community centre will have other groups in the building so we will be sharing the toilets, but we will have a private room to ourselves between 11.30pm and 1.30pm, so it's only us quieteers there.
No, sorry, we won't be holding our weekly Meet Ups on Bank Holidays. Redruth Community Centre is closed on these days.
The Redruth Meet Ups are led by the team, pictured above, who will be there to greet you.
No, all of our Meet Ups are free to attend. We’re a Community Interest Company so funding comes from The National Lottery Community Fund. All refreshments including water, teas, coffees, hot chocolate and biscuits are provided free of charge too - although you’re very welcome to bring along your own drink if you prefer, or additional treats to share with the group.
You don’t have to book - it’s ok to just turn up on the day. However, on the first time that you’re joining us, if you know in advance that you’re going to come along it would be really helpful if you could sign up using our booking form below. This means we can say hi and answer any of your questions before you come along, we can easily contact you if there are any changes to the schedule, and we can get feedback from you now and again to help us improve.
On average, our Redruth Meet Up typically has around 5 or 6 people in attendance each week.
The space we've chosen is a cosy and welcoming space, where we aim to create an ambience that feels both calm and re-energising. We’ll often have uplifting or relaxing music playing quietly in the background. Our facilitators focus on nurturing conversations and participation that has a collective positive upwards spiral e.g. gratitude, small comfort zone stretch wins, things that bring us joy, what we’re learning etc. And there is usually a gentle mix of chatter and quieter moments.
No, Redruth Community Centre is fully accessible.
Is there *really* no expectation or pressure to join in and participate? Can I *really* go at my own pace?
We really do remove the pressure - because we’ve been there too. As quiet facilitators, we like to think that we’ve found a good balance between being attentive to the group and giving you your own space. If we sense you’re in any difficulty, we will gently make sure that you’re okay. But otherwise we will allow you to join in as much or as little as you like.
Yes. We’ll always encourage you to give yourself what you need. If at any point you feel you need to step away, you are welcome to go and make yourself a cuppa or leave for a break before rejoining the group. Our facilitators will be mindful to offer that space and a check-in chat, if needed.
All sorts! We bring along materials for optional casual activities that’ll spark creativity, start conversations and boost your wellbeing. This might be colouring, painting, crocheting, journaling and more.
Absolutely. We recognise this might be helpful as you’re settling in and getting to know the other group members.
Yes, we’d be happy to help with that. Just send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll arrange this for you.
You’re welcome to try Meet Ups in multiple locations. There’s no obligation to always go to the same one, but you’re more likely to make friends and genuine connections if you go to the same Meet Up more than once.
Whilst many do choose to attend weekly, we also have valuable members within the community who only attend as and when they can.
It’s two hours in length (every Monday from 11.30pm to 1.30pm).
We’ve included parking instructions above but feel free to email us on email@example.com if you’d like some more detailed information on this.
We’ve included travel and public transport information above but please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like some more detailed information about how to get here.
We’re always pleased to hear from lovely volunteers in our local community. If you think you might like to help us run a Meet Up or get involved with Quiet Connections in another way, please contact Hayley & Stacie on email@example.com and they’ll be in touch.