The Wild Hub

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The Wild Hub is a community based project in West Norfolk and Fenland that aims to tackle loneliness and isolation. They run a range of activities and workshops to help people connect with others.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • it’s an opportunity to focus on your mental wellbeing with a range of activities.
  • it’s an opportunity to meet other people
  • being part of activities can help you to feel less lonely

‘I found this morning really embracing and quite powerful’

‘Really enjoyed it and felt relaxed’

‘I’m so relaxed its set me up for the day’

Meet the Wild Hub:

What to expect

Some of The Wild Hub sessions are best to book, but not essential for every session.  When you first attend, the  leader will introduce themselves and show you around if you are unfamiliar with the building.

It’s recommended that you bring a yoga mat/cushion and blanket to wellbeing hours and women’s circles – although they do have spare.

You are advised to wear some comfy clothing.

If you are anxious, nervous about attending, or just want to know a bit more then The Wild Hub are happy to have phone chats beforehand/meet outside the venue or whatever will help you.

All venues have free parking locally.

More Information:

The Wild Hub was set up by Viki who was passionate in her previous role of supporting young people leaving care. This lead her to create The Wild Hub;  a community project based in West Norfolk & Fenland to help tackle isolation and loneliness.  The group runs on donations from participants and also funding from Norfolk Community Foundation through the Love Norfolk Fund 2023.

Truly listening – This session runs from the Oasis Centre Wisbech. It’s open to anyone over 18. This session runs once once a month and will run for a year. They ask for participants to attend as regularly as they can. The group will be led by a trained positive psychology specialist who will lead you through different areas of personal development. In between each face to face group there will be a WhatsApp  group set up. There is also a separate Facebook group for participants.

These sessions are held on the last Sunday of every month at the Oasis Centre in Wisbech 12-1.30. Contact The Wild Hub to attend.




Women’s Circle – This welcoming circle is an opportunity to connect with other women, unwind after a busy week, hold space for each other and offload. It’s preferred to book but not essential

Women’s Circle at The Oasis Centre – Every 3rd Thursday of the month 6pm- 8pm.

Walpole St Peter Parish Hall – Every 2nd Thursday of the Month 10am – 11:30am

Toddler Stay and Play – Mondays 10 – 11:30am at Walpole Community Centre, this session is suitable for under 5’s to enjoy a variety of toys and activities, no need to book, but it is worthwhile checking ahead as there are some dates we won’t be running. Cost is £2.50

The Wild Hub will also be running a variety of one-off workshops, craft sessions and self-development sessions. Please see their Facebook page for upcoming sessions.

Sessions are charged on a sliding scale in order to sustain the sessions. Check with The Wild Hub for suggested donations.


Attendees can join several WhatsApp groups to connect with members between sessions.

There is a public facebook group that attendees can join and find about upcoming events.

How to contact

Social media

Where to go

The Oasis Community Centre
Saint Michael's Avenue

Walpole Community Centre
Summer Cl
Wisbech PE14 7JW

Walpole St. Peter WISBECH PE14 7NU

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