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Welcome to Age Concern
Twyford & District

The Twyford Adult Day Centre

Stimulating

A wide range of activities are available

Caring

We provide a safe, friendly and caring environment

Outreach

We reach out to the community

Social

Opportunities to make friends

 

Events

Members dancing

We hold events for our members throughout the year - musical performances at the Centre, learning events, film clubs and many, many more.

Drivers

battered car

We are always looking for drivers who can carry members to the Centre from their homes. If you can help, please call.

Meals

plate of food

We provide home cooked meals, cooked on the premises. They are healthy, nutritious and varied every day.

A thriving, lively and caring community

We are here to serve

We are a registered charity whose aim is to assist elderly residents in the area to maintain their independence and quality of life. We serve the local villages of Twyford, Hurst, Wargrave, Sonning, Ruscombe and Charvil.

We have a duty of care

Our small, friendly adult day centre is here to help those who are frail, lonely or isolated and to offer respite to their carers. We have a duty of care to our members - their happiness and wellbeing is our priority.

Situated in the heart of the village

Look round our website and get to know our thriving community based just a few minutes' walk from the centre of Twyford.

From our supporters

Just got wanted to say a big thank you to all involved in organising and helping out with the Christmas Party. My father, Geoffrey, was promptly collected by a very friendly lady called Janet Oakley - please pass on how thankful I am to her too. He really had a wonderful afternoon and was in a lovely happy mood when he got back.

I am very grateful to all involved for giving their time and care to the elderly folk and especially to my Dad who can get rather lonely at the weekends. This event cheered him up no end. Thank you!!!

Kind regards, Jo

What can I say - WOW! After a brilliant Fayre last night the village followed it up with the best ever party. Just to look around the room and see so many happy older residents, supported by so many village people. It really is what TWYFORD TOGETHER is all about. I am not going to select anyone except David Brownlow, who provided Ritz style afternoon tea and Mel and Paul from Home Instead who acted as Master of Ceremonies and provided the presents to take home.

Everyone else were equally brilliant, and to see Age Concern, Colleton, other businesses, Father Christmas, and so many volunteers working together makes all that we do very worthwhile!

Great entertainment, nice drinks and transport all added to the atmosphere!

Sorry I had to slip away - but after the Fayre on Friday, I was just a bit k.....ed, and there are still 22 days of the advent calendar to go, but we have got off to a great start!

Thanks to you all, you have made an old man very happy! Looking forward to the photos and the video!

If I have forgotten anyone, please forward on.

Cheers, Gordon