Luncheon clubs - West Wirral

What does it do?

The Council has supported a number of luncheon clubs for older people for many years; as well as providing a welcome meal, they help reduce the social exclusion that many elderly people experience.

Luncheon clubs are organised by voluntary groups and provide an opportunity for people to meet, share a meal and socialise.

Many clubs offer activities and support in addition to the provision of a hot meal.

There are luncheon clubs in many parts of Wirral, most of which are operated completely independently of the Council. They can be approached directly without the need to go through social services.

There is no central or comprehensive list of clubs at the moment, although below, we have included a table of luncheon clubs that the Council is aware of, (though you will need to contact the clubs concerned before attending as information can change).

Pensall House,
Fairview Way, Pensby (Age Concern)
Wednesday, Friday, EMI Day Care No Lunch just Soup & Sandwich
contact Shelly Ranson on 653 4404, Devonshire Resource Centre

Hoose Court, Market Street, Hoylake (Age Concern)
contact Shelly Ranson on 653 4404, Devonshire Resource Centre

United Reform Church, Meols Drive, Hoylake
contact contact Shelly Ranson on 653 4404, Devonshire Resource Centre

West Kirby Concourse , West Kirkby (Need to pay 2 weeks on 1st week)
Tuesday and Friday 12.00-1.00
£2.50 pw, £5.00
contact Hoylake CVS on 625 6078

Who it is for?

for older people

Where it is available?

Local service (Wirral).

How to access or apply for it:

You can contact the Central Advice and Duty Team for further information on (0151) 606 2006. Organisations such as Age Concern (653-4404), WRVS (0771 489 8599) and VCAW (203-2111) may also be able to help.


Info last updated:

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