We offer a day of activity, music, fun and stimulation in a relaxing, supportive environment for people living with dementia.
Over 55’s Club
The over 55’s club brings interactive and engaging activites to the older community. These activities can vary from dancing lessons, to arts & crafts.
Tithe Barn Dementia Trust
We provide vital support to maintain the ongoing Dementia Trust meetings, that would have otherwise foreclosed.
Lighthouse Carers Group
Come and join us at The Lighthouse Café, St Nicholas Church, Nore Road, Portishead. Tuesdays 30 Jun, 28 July, 25 Aug 2015 From 10.30 -12.30.
Portishead Stroke Club
We provide support and social interaction for those in need. We welcome anyone to our club, so please do get in touch.
Nailsea Stroke Club
Nailsea Stroke Survivors Club is a Stroke Association Voluntary Group. Members meet on Wednesdays from 10.00 to 12.00.
Portishead Memory Cafe
We proudly run twice a month, a Memory Cafe for people with memory problems. We aim to provide a setting for sufferers with dementia or Alzheimer’s disease and their carers
Rolls-Royce Retirement Club
Here at the Rolls-Royce Retirement Club, we offer a fantastic opportunity to meet new people, and we also support those most in need.
Young at Heart Club
we’re always happy to welcome new members to our club. Whether you are a Carer, Relative or live on your own, we’d love to hear from you.
Patchway Lunch Club
Are you looking after a friend or relative? Would you like to meet with other carers? Come along and pick up information and meet with other carers over a cup of tea or coffee.
Dance Voice is a charity organisation based in South Bristol. It’s the home of Dance Movement Psychotherapy in the South West.
Stockwood Stroke Club
It is the policy of the club to contribute to the community wherever possible. We often let the Hall free of charge for Charity functions / events and also offer the use of the hall to local organisations at a greatly reduced rate.
The Corner Club
Lunch and Social Club for older people of the Clifton area, held on a Monday 10:00-15:00 at the Apostle Room, Clifton Cathedral. Access for disabled people, transport may be provided.
Casson Day Centre
The Casson Centre is owned and run by Patchway Town Council. It is used on Thursdays as Patchway Day Centre for the Elderly run by volunteers.
Patchway Pensioners Club
We’re open every Thursday 14:00 – 16:00 – this can include Entertainment, Speakers, Quizzes, Raffles, Day trips etc. Members welcome from all areas as long as they can get to the meetings.
The 1920’s residents party – Alive! came in to show us how to do some Charleston moves and other 1920’s dance moves, so we could put these into practice for the party
The Southville Centre
Our Monday Club began the week in full swing, with a delicious wholesome Shephards Pie, and some great company
We deliver fun and interactive activity sessions designed to increase the happiness and the health of older people in care. Our sessions reach people on all levels
Jubilee Day Centre
The cafe is run by the Rotary Club at The Jubilee ay Centre, in Slae Road, on the first and third Tuesday of the month, from 2.15-3.45pm
The Pill Lunch Club
We provide frienship, advice, activites a hot lunch and transport for older people. Our lunch club provides our residents with locally sourced food and great company.
Trinity Day Centre
We recently held our weekly lunch over at Trinity House. After over-indulging in chocolate fudge cake and ice cream, we hosted a live exotic animals show