A drop-in Hearing Aid Clinic is held in the Cofffee Shop cafe on the first Wednesday of each month from 1pm-3pm.
Various Senior Citizen socials are held on weekdays with a light lunch or a tea plus a speaker. Contact Liz Twigg, Pastoral Co-ordinator for details.
Each year during August we hold a Holiday at Home for over-55s and retired people. Over two days we have a variety of activities, such as crafts, games, guest speakers and an outing. Refreshments and meals are provided. In the past we've been on a canal boat, to museums and even for rides on a miniature railway. Book your place via the Church Office.
Holiday at Home: themed craft activities are always popular.
Holiday at Home: a right Royal sing-song!
Holiday at Home: lunch time
All workers and volunteers with responsibility for work with babies, toddlers children, youth or vulnerable adults are required to have a current DBS certificate and to follow the Parish Safeguarding Policy in line with the requirements of the Diocese of Guildford in the Church of England.