The TN22 Club provides a warm and welcoming environment to meet and make new friends whilst enjoying a delicious freshly prepared two-course lunch. Members enjoy games, quizzes, talks, music, dancing, art and craft sessions and much more. In the winter, we have monthly Film Afternoons, and outings in the Summer on separate days. The Club is for the over 60s – meeting on alternate Wednesdays at the Hadlow Down Village Hall from 11am – 2pm. Volunteer transport can be provided, for an extra charge, if we have capacity. Cost of the session is £7. Please call Amanda to book your place. Why not join with a friend this year? (See Village Calendar for dates).
For more information on the TN22 Club please contact Amanda Callf on 07743 243828 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The TN22 Plus Club, which runs on alternate Wednesdays at Hadlow Down Village Hall and is tailored for those with memory loss/ dementia. The Club runs from 10.30am – 3.30pm with personalised activities and a high ratio of helper support. With an emphasis on friendship and fun – our members usually settle in very quickly and all enjoy the freshly cooked and nutritious lunch! Transport can be arranged on request, for an extra charge, and the cost for the day is £48. (See Village Calendar for dates.)
We can offer a Taster session if you would like to come and meet us and see what the TN22 Plus club has to offer.
For more information about the TN22 Plus club, please contact Wendy Coleman on 07961 450357.
Both clubs rely on the help of a wonderful band of willing volunteers – if you could spare a few hours once or twice a month, please contact the appropriate manager or email the charity direct on the information below.
Charitable Status Number 1175761
Activity Address Hadlow Down Village Hall
Web Site URL www.engagewealden.org.uk
From posts on the Hadlow Down Facebook Group page there seems to be increasing support for a community led initiative to help the aged and more vulnerable in our community regarding the Covid-19 Virus and ‘self isolation’.
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UK Power Networks own and run the electricity cables in most of our region and fix power cuts. They deliver the electricity which you buy through your choice of supplier. They provide a free priority service for anyone who might face extra difficulty in the event of a power cut, including households with an elderly person, young children, someone less mobile or someone with a health condition.
By registering with UK Power Networks’ Priority Services Register you will be given a priority 24-hour phone number for communication, receive extra information and regular updates during any power cut. In the event of a longer power cut you could receive hot food, hot drinks and hot water, mobile phone charging and more. Those who rely on power to run medical equipment, such as dialysis or breathing apparatus, would also receive additional help. Continue reading “Register for Extra Help in the event of Power Cuts”
Come and support your local charity Engage in their annual fund-raising quiz. All proceeds go to running the TN22 Clubs, which helps to combat social isolation and loneliness and provides a vital resource for carers.
Please join us on Saturday 16th June 12:00pm – 5:00pm
After the successful launch of the Open Gardens Project last year during the Celebrate Festival its back! With even more gardens for you to view. Teas will be served all afternoon at both Hadlow Lodge, Wilderness Lane and Springwell Cottage, Hall Lane.
The Corner Cottage, Wilderness Lane
Hardly Beacon, Wilderness Lane
Hadlow Lodge, Wilderness Lane
Gyll Hope Farm, Wilderness Lane
Rose Cottage, Hall Lane
Springwell Cottage, Hall Lane
Hastingford Lodge, Hastingford Lane
Entry is £5 per person, payable at the first garden you visit. Children under 16 free. Look out for the balloons at the entrance to each garden.
All proceeds will go to the Alzheimers Society and Engage Charity.