Taking place in a café style environment, the Get Out & Get Together Club provides a valuable service for the more senior members of our community.
We meet in the Village Hall on Fridays 10.00am-2.00pm and offer a variety of activities both active- and craft-based. Those attending can take part in a game of cards, quizzes, bingo, local activities, enjoy the company of others and access information about keeping well and active. Speakers and musical events are held every fortnight. In all it's a friendly and interesting day which includes coffee, tea and biscuits and a home-cooked lunch. (If a lunch is required it must be pre-booked.) The group is run in association with Somerset County Council — Active Living.
Yes, it sounds ideal but the club is desperately short of volunteers to keep it going. The type of volunteering can be anything from organising various activities to helping prepare lunch. If you can spare a few hours even just once a month the group would love to hear from you.
For more details, please contact either Mike Mason on 01458 252076; email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Jemma Lawson on 07786 190221
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