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Age UK County Durham

Activities and Events


We have a range of schemes in the county that are all designed to make older life a happier and healthier experience.This might include learning a new skill, such as how to use a computer, or it might be rediscovering yo...

Contact: Age UK Durham County, Age UK House, Belmont Business Park, Durham, County Durham, DH1 1TW.

Come Eat Together


Come Eat Together is a volunteer peer support project which aims to improve older people's ability to access, cook and enjoy healthy food together. The project helps older people to be more resilient and better able to c...

Contact: Age UK Durham County, Age UK House, Belmont Business Park, Durham, County Durham, DH1 1TW.
Durham County Council

Peterlee Day Centre


We provide a range of non-age specific services for those with a physical disability and/or sensory impairment. We help people access a range of services in our day centres and, wherever possible, within the wider c...

Contact: Day Services, Peterlee Day Centre, Essington Way, Peterlee, County Durham, SR8 5AZ.
Hospital of God at Greatham

Minerva House Care Services


The Services we provide are: Day Services Guests are picked up by our minibus and the first part of the day is spent settling in and with group games and discussions.  Guests do not have to take part if they do n...

Contact: Hospital of God at Greatham, Minerva House, St. Marys Court, Peterlee, County Durham, SR8 4DQ.
Royal Voluntary Service

Social Activities


Whether you want to meet friends for a bite to eat, enjoy a hobby or interest with like-minded people or want to learn new skills, there’s something for everyone. Some of our clubs and groups take place in Royal Vo...

Contact: Royal Voluntary Service, Beck Court , Cardiff Gate Business Park , Cardiff , CF23 8RP.
Salvation Army UK

Salvation Army Lunch Clubs


We don't just provide lunch clubs and Christmas dinners, but play an important role in creating new friendships through to reducing isolation through healthy and hearty meals in a safe and caring environment. Our halls ...

Contact: Salvation Army Lunch Clubs.
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