Age Exchange community hub
As from 19th July the government have ended lockdown restrictions in England. Whilst mask wearing is no longer required we are aware that infection rates remain high and that a number of vulnerable people come to Age Exchange. Staff and volunteers in the café will continue to wear masks to keep customers safe and whilst is isn’t compulsory we would request that you wear a mask if possible.
Our café is open Monday to Friday, 9am-4pm.
Our library is now open on Tuesday and Thursday. Read more about our new hours and guidance for borrowers.
Cuppa with a copper, 12pm-2pm
Tuesday 6 July
Tuesday 20 July
Thursday 12 August
Tuesday 24 August
Financial guidance from Morrison Financial Planning, 9am-4pm
Every third Thursday starting 19 August
Events coming soon
The next Book Sale will be on Saturday 14 August.
Our monthly lunchtime Trinity Laban concerts will return to the Bakehouse starting on Friday 29 October. Updates to follow in the autumn.
Caring Together Service
Our Caring Together Service has re-opened for face-to-face groups. We know the people we support have had a difficult time with long periods of shielding and without the usual support and connections that they need. We have Covid secure guidelines in place to make sure we keep people safe as they return and groups are running on slightly smaller numbers. Restarting our groups is essential in helping people to rebuild connections and to engage in creative activity.
We accept new referrals, but it is essential to contact us on 0208 380 9105 or email Aga
Inspired Caring, 12-1.30pm in the Bakehouse
Day Care, 11am-12.30pm in the Bakehouse
Artful Caring, 1.30-3pm in the Bakehouse
Chair-based movement, 2.30-4pm in the Bakehouse
Services in Lambeth
Our Lambeth services are still running on a virtual basis whilst we secure venues to get restarted we hope they will be open soon. For more information about the Lambeth groups please email Janet Clarke
Discover more about our Caring Together Service
Thanks for your support
Please donate now to help us to continue to show people living with dementia and their carers that they are not alone during these continued challenging times.