2nd May 2024 | News in your area

King’s Award for Voluntary Service presentation to Surrey Heath Age Concern

On Tuesday 23rd April, The Lord-Lieutenant, accompanied by Brigadier Paul Evans OBE DL,  presented Surrey Heath Age Concern with their 2023 King’s Award for Voluntary Service at the Log in Lounge in Camberley.

Surrey Heath Age Concern is an independent charitable organisation working in Surrey Heath borough. Their mission is: “To replace loneliness and isolation with happiness and friendship, for older people in Surrey Heath Borough”. With the help of their fantastic volunteer team, they make this happen through their Visiting & Befriending service, matching a volunteer with an isolated older person, and their Rainbow Café, which is an inclusive community café.

Social events for older people include: Tea & Memories vintage tea parties, Tea & Chatter monthly tea parties for those without transport, a monthly cinema club and ‘Seated & Movement’ exercise classes.

For more information please visit https://sh-ac.org.uk/

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