Our Groups


Dr Bell’s let out their facilities to the following groups – all of them are non-profit organisations, that share the goal of helping those within the local community.

Get Going

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Get going is an NHS funded programme which aims to support school aged children to have a healthy lifestyle, particularly for parents who are concerned about their child’s weight. It is free to use and you can join by clicking on the above logo, the link will also provide you with further information about what is involved.

Playbase

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Playbase Training deliver flexible and low cost courses in child development and the importance of play in the early years. Courses are for parents,carers and grandparents who want to learn how best to support their child’s learning, and for those who would like to work in an early years setting as a childcare practitioner. Click on the logo for further information.

Overeaters Anonymous

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Overeaters Anonymous (OA) offers a program of recovery from compulsive overeating, binge eating and other eating disorders. Please click the image above for further information. 

Leith Community Circle

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A warm welcome awaits you at the Leith Edinburgh Community Circle is ran by the Edinburgh Development Group. If you would like to feel more connected, offer support to other people and have people to turn to when life gets tough then click the above image for further details on how to take part.

Saheliya

Saheliya is a specialist mental health and well-being support organisation for black and minority ethnic (BME) women and girls (12+) in Scotland. Our staff are from a variety of different cultures and ethnic backgrounds and we all have an understanding of how race, gender and culture affects the mental well-being of black and minority ethnic women and girls.

Family Mediation Lothian

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Our purpose is to help and support families and children who are experiencing a break-up. The emotional fall-out from a family break-up can cause lasting pain and damage. Our role is to minimise these effects and, where possible, prevent them from happening at all. Click on the logo for further information.