Age Concern Farncombe

Age Concern Farncombe

Charity information

Age Concern Farncombe

Farncombe Day Centre is, as its name suggests, situated in Farncombe, but our volunteers, Trustees and Day Centre users live in Farncombe, Binscombe, Godalming, Ockford Ridge and Busbridge. Who may not know the Centre, a little about what we do, and in particular we would like to invite local residents to make use of our facilities.
The Day Centre is open on Mondays to Fridays from 10 until 4 and everyone aged 50 and over is welcome. We serve a hot meal at midday and light refreshments.

Founded 1988

  • Mission statement

    Farncombe Day Centre is, as its name suggests, situated in Farncombe, but our volunteers, Trustees and Day Centre users live in Farncombe, Binscombe, Godalming, Ockford Ridge and Busbridge.
    We are housed in the old St John’s School, next to St John’s Church in Farncombe. Our building is owned by Waverley and opened as a Day Centre in 1988, when it was no longer needed as a school. The Day Centre is a registered charity and is run by a management committee. We have a small number of paid staff and as many volunteers as we can find. Like most local organisations, we are always looking out for new volunteers.
    Our Day Centre is friendly and welcoming with a very warm and happy atmosphere. We hope that younger “seniors” from the locality will call in and see what we have to offer, and we hope you will also encourage your older friends and neighbours to use the Centre.

  • Aims

    Age Concern Farncombe aims to:

    • We aim to raise funds to help improve the Day centre, we are always needing new equipment and Furniture. we aim to provide a friendly environment for our users and provide them with activities.
  • Overview

    Established: April 1988

    Registered Charity Number: 801089

    Board members: 8

    Full time staff: 11

    Part time staff: 9

    Volunteers: 70

    Phone number: 01483 426685

    Address: St Johns Street Farncombe Surrey GU7 3EJ

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