Our management committee is discussing ways to continue supporting our members through outreach services, while they self-isolate in their own homes.
We will update our members, their families and carers as soon as possible via the website, facebook and directly via email, phone calls etc.
We send our love and best wishes to all our members and their families at this difficult period and we hope we can continue to support you in a safe manner.
Discover what BeSocial@theCentre has to offer - and it could mark the start of a new way of life.
Our courses, classes, activities and events are open to the whole community - whatever your age. We offer everything from gentle exercise, sport, beauty treatments and language classes, to a monthly lunch, Tea Dance and Dance with Parkinson's & MS classes.
You'll find our tutors are experienced and welcoming and really know how to get the best from their students. Many of our classes are held at our BeSocial Centre in Langley Road, Winchcombe, others take place in venues around the town.
To see full details of what we offer, where, when and who to contact, see our Timetable of events.
We also run the popular BeSocial Club for older members of the community (formerly the Day Care Centre).
Members join us for up to three days a week and enjoy activities, entertainment and outings. It's a chance to socialise, meet new friends (and old ones), and be supported in a welcoming and safe environment with tasty hot lunches and regular refreshments included.
The benefits of becoming a BeSocial Club member are many and varied. To find out more, or to register a friend or relative for a free trial day, please visit our Members page.
If you are a tutor or instructor and would like to share your subject with others, please get in touch about running classes at BeSocial@theCentre.
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Email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
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This new group to support those living with dementia and their carers will be launched as soon as life returns to normal to provide advice, support, refreshments and engaging activities.
Future dates to be advised. Please help look out for older neighbours, particularly those who are less able and live alone. A friendly phone call can really cheer up their day.
We will advise of a reopening date as soon as the current crisis has passed.
It's a gentle exercise class for the more mature man and woman! Watch this clip and see the timetable for more details: Move it or Lose it