What’s On

Age Exchange community hub

Covid guidance

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 Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Read more about our new hours and guidance for borrowers.

Christmas opening/closing dates

Christmas Eve open 9am-2pm
27-28 December closed
Centre re-opens 29-31 December, 9am-4pm as normal
Closed 3 January and re-opens 4 January, 9am-4pm as normal

Monthly calendar of classes and courses


Rhyme with Es – note this is changing to 2-2.45pm from 1 November (no session over half-term, 25 October)
Chair Pilates
Body Orchestra


Chair Yoga Well Living
Reader Group


Art Group
Belly Dancing
Exercise with Aga


Stitch in Time


Chair Yoga

Drop in events in the centre

Monthly Financial guidance from Morrison Financial Planning, 9am-4pm
20 October
18 November
16 December

Cuppa with a Copper, monthly on a Thursday
21 October, 10-11am
18 November, 12-1pm
2 December, 12-1pm
6 January, 10-11am
27 January, 2-3pm
10 February, 10-11am

For friendly 1:1 smartphone and iPad advice please contact the Info Desk

Friends of Age Exchange events

Our Christmas Book Sale will take place on 11 December. We have lots of books to choose from for all ages that make excellent Christmas gifts.

Our monthly lunchtime Trinity Laban concerts will return to the Bakehouse starting on Friday 29 October. Final year students perform songs from the shows.

The next concert will be on Friday 26 November. Trinity students will perform as a flute quartet. Download the programme to learn more.

Radiant Massage Studio

A brand new massage studio conveniently located above the Age Exchange centre.

I am a qualified Raynor Massage Therapist. Raynor Massage originates from Australia and is a form of massage, which focuses on the muscular and subtle body energy systems. It has evolved by combining many massage traditions, including; Swedish, Shiatsu, Deep Tissue, Reflexology and Thai Massage.

Massage is an integral part of maintaining our health and wellbeing. When we devote time to looking after ourselves, we feel rejuvenated, healthy and rebalanced. I deeply believe massage has a positive ripple effect and, in our renewed state, enables us to radiate harmony to others.​


Friends of Age Exchange can now get 10% of when they book online and enter the discount code AGEEXCHANGE10

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, 12-2pm in the Bakehouse

Day Care, 11am-1pm in the Bakehouse

Artful Caring, 1.30-3.30pm in the Bakehouse

Kaleidoscope Café and Café Connect, 11am-1pm in the Bakehouse (fortnightly)
Creative Caring, 1.30-3.30pm in the Bakehouse

Chair-based movement, 2-4pm 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.

Discover more about our Caring Together Service