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Apetito

Nutritious and sustainable meals for people at home or in care

Help at home and help to live independently

Bexhill Caring Community

To give members a day to look forward to and to give carers a days break.

Day Service(s)

Brede and Udimore Lunch Club

4th Tuesday of the month

Groups and Clubs

Beulah Baptist Church

A Voluntary Day Centre in Bexhill run for the elderly who live alone or, whose carers need some time for themselves.

Day Service(s)

Sussex Community Development Association (SCDA)

Hot meal in Lewes

Day Service(s)

AGE Concern Eastbourne

A chance to meet new friends, join in a range of interesting activities, or simply relax in the Venton Centre's comfortable surroundings.

Day Service(s)

East Sussex County Council (Adult Social Care CBET)

Social events for people living with dementia and their carers

Help for people with health problems

Forest Row Parish Council & Community Centre

Tasty home cooked meals at a great price

Day Service(s)

Chailey Heritage Foundation

A vibrant meeting place in Chailey for everyone.

Day Service(s)

Families For Autism

Support group for parents/carers of someone with autism

Day Service(s)

Sussex Community Development Association (SCDA)

For the over 50s

Day Service(s)

  • Service offer - £6.00

Royal Voluntary Service (RVS)

Weekly social group meeting at Ticehurst Village Hall.

Day Service(s)

Kings Church

Monthly lunch club for over 55s in Hastings & St Leonards

Groups and Clubs

Marsham Older People's Project - MOPP

Short periods of respite to enable carers to have some time for themselves.

Day Service(s)

Ore Centre Seniors Project

Weekly get together with a range of activities and services.

Day Service(s)

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