Would you like to share activities and interests with like-minded men in Epsom and Ewell?
Are you 65+?
Age Concern have recently been awarded lottery funding to set up a pilot scheme to form a new Men’s Group for men living in Epsom & Ewell who are of retirement age and above.
The aim of the group is to for you to get together with other like-minded men to organise and engage in the activities of your choice.
You’ll be able to:
- choose the activities you would like to do
- share your knowledge, skills, interests and activities with others
- enjoy the company of like minded men
- learn new things
What’s on? (please get in touch to let us know you will be joining us and confirm the details)
14th – Monthly Men’s Group Meeting at The Olive Tree, Ashtead Garden Centre … Councillor ‘Eber Kington’ who has kindly contributed to The Men’s Group fund will be attending this meeting so it would be a great opportunity to meet and talk with him.
21st – Card/Board Games at a Members home 2-4 pm
10th – London Postal Museum visit in London (transport included)
12th – Monthly Men’s Group Meeting at the Olive Tree, Ashtead Garden Centre
17th – Card/Board Games 2-4 pm location TBC
Outing to Hastings or Brighton including meal/museum visit and transport. This is a free trip as this event is sponsored by the Rotary Club.
Worried about how you will travel to the group?
Don’t worry, we can help with transport if needed.
Have your say:
We are open to all suggestions for activities to include in the group and will assist members to incorporate these choices as far as we possibly can.
The aim is for members to run as much of the activity as they can independently. Skilled volunteers will be available to support the group, as needed, throughout the forming and running of the group with the emphasis being on members making decisions on the direction their group goes and having fun on the way.
The Men’s Group may well develop into several smaller groups engaging in a variety of projects.
How to contact us:
To make any suggestions or just to find out more, contact Ian Parsons at Age Concern.
Or telephone: 01372 732 463