South Brent & District Caring at the Old School Community Centre:

Activity Coffee mornings fortnightly on Mondays from 10.30am – 12.00noon, are very much appreciated by people who don’t get a lot of social contact and who love a chat, a game of something and a cuppa. Do drop in if you’re passing – it’s a good way to get a feel for some of the work SB&DC does.

Lunch Club fortnightly on Mondays - alternating with the coffee mornings) from 12.00-1.15pm providing lunch and company at a cost of £3.50. Ros Taylor is now co-ordinating the lunch Club - FFI contact the ‘Caring Office’ in the Old School or phone 01364 700282; email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Volunteers needed: We are on the lookout for more volunteers to help with the lunch club on a rota basis; help with transporting clients to appointments or to become part of our fundraising team. We are also looking for someone who would be willing to train as a foot care clinic volunteer to help us to meet the ever increasing demand. Please contact Viv or Jane in the office if you have any spare time and would like to help or if you would like to become a member of South Brent & District Caring (£10 per year) Phone: 01364 700282 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Visit or Facebook..

South Brent & District Caring are now hosting a Wednesday Club, every Wednesday afternoon in the Old School Community Centre from 2-4pm. The club incorporates the already popular Memory Café and Carer’s Support Group (originally held on Tuesday afternoons), offering dementia information, support and a range of structured activities from Scrabble to Singing for local people affected by dementia. Everyone is welcome - please do come along and join us!:

The Memory Cafe is an activities-based group for adults who are being cared for and is open to anyone, not just those who have been diagnosed with Dementia.

The Carers’ Support Group runs alongside the memory Café and is open to anyone who is caring for a relative/friend for whatever reason. The support group will be the chance for carers to meet others who are in a similar position to themselves, to exchange stories and ideas and gain more information on what help is available to them. All of this whilst enjoying a tea or coffee.

Monthly Quiz night in the Old School Community Centre at 7.30 – 9.30pm on the first Thursday of every month (see above)