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Local 60+ clubs?

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On 1 Jun 2015 at 5:01pm Daughter wrote:
Hello,
My dear Mum is 70+ and getting a little lonely as she lives alone (Nevill area). I try to visit as much as possible but it's not always easy. Anyway, are there any clubs (daytime would be best) for the more senior of citizens? She likes dancing and crafts?
Thanks.
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On 1 Jun 2015 at 6:27pm bastian wrote:
University of the third age?
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On 1 Jun 2015 at 6:50pm Bing wrote:
Have you tried that place opposite River Lodge the Doctors Surgery, I think its like a day/community centre for the elderly?
It's in the Town though and not to close to the Nevill area if thats not a problem..
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On 1 Jun 2015 at 7:12pm CLOWSIE wrote:
Have you tried the House of Friendship on School Hill. They have lots of different classes, lunches at a very cheap price etc. Next to the Flint Owl Bakery.
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On 1 Jun 2015 at 7:39pm Monty Cute wrote:
There's the Riverside Club at St Thomas Church Hall in the Cliffe; the House of Friendship on School Hill; or, if she likes singing, the Golden Age Singers on Tuesday afternoons at the Friends' Meeting House. More detail available if you're interested.
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On 1 Jun 2015 at 8:52pm Daughter wrote:
thank you for your replies. I'll take a look at your suggestions.
I was hoping something might take place at st mary's hall on the nevill as it would be easy for her to get there.
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On 1 Jun 2015 at 11:27pm Belladonna wrote:
Here's the link to st Mary's. Looks like they have regular bingo and cribbage.
hxxp://www.stmaryssupportersclub.co.uk/index.html
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On 1 Jun 2015 at 11:33pm Belladonna wrote:
You might also check the All Saints centre for dancing and crafts, the town council website for community groups, the back pages of Lewes news which has details of lots of clubs and also talk to Age concern/ Age UK about services/activities they provide in the area. House if Friendship on school hill is bound to know of any dance classes. There's also a walking group at the leisure centre specifically for the older person who may be a bit slower or more infirm.
Hope that helps and you find something for her!
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On 2 Jun 2015 at 10:11am Daughter wrote:
Thanks Belladonna.
To the 'thumbs downers'...you are sad people.
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On 2 Jun 2015 at 10:45am A Person wrote:
There's also quite an active University of the Third Age which has interesting looking talks about all kinds of things. Also worth a look if she would like to keep her brain ticking over is the WEA courses in the town - I did a terrific philosophy course there last year. Not expensive, and a lot of the attendees are retired but mentally very active.
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On 2 Jun 2015 at 1:34pm puzzled wrote:
The house of friendship in school hill is a lot cheaper than the phoenix and the staff are really caring. You can also buy a very nice meal.
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On 3 Jun 2015 at 7:12am YMCA wrote:
Old Man, there's a place you can go ........It's fun @ the OMCA


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