Lunch clubs

Lunch club

What does it do?

Royal Voluntary Service lunch clubs bring older people together to enjoy a hot nutritious meal and socialise with friends at the same time. There are 450 community centres and lunch clubs across England, Scotland and Wales.  Lunch clubs typically might meet once a month. The meal is just one part of the lunchtime experience. It's a social occasion as much as it is a nutritional one.

We run lunch clubs and social clubs in Rhos-on-Sea, Clwb-yr-efail, Clwb-y-Berwyn, Rhyl, Denbigh, Langar, Gwyddelwern, Holywell, Penyffordd, Penymynydd, Garth and Trevor where you can catch up with friends over a nutritious lunch time meal and stay the afternoon and enjoy some of our activities. If getting there is a problem, we can arrange transport for you.

Who it is for?

Older People

Where it is available?

Regional service (Flintshire, Wrexham, Conwy, Denbighshire).

How to access or apply for it:

Call: 0845 608 0122

Additional information:

Royal Voluntary Service encourages healthy eating. For those not used to cooking for themselves, typically men who have lost their wives, we teach one pot cooking, a nutritional solution that will provide a healthy meal for successive days.


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