St Annes Catholic Church BUXTON
Tel 01298 23777

SUNDAY CLUB

DUE TO THE CORONA VIRUS EPIDEMIC, THE SUNDAY CLUB IS SUSPENDED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

If you would like to be notified when meetings start again, please email sundayclubgo@gmail.com and we'll email you when it is restarting.

OVER-65s SUNDAY CLUB

St Anne's Pastoral Parish Council received funds from Foundation Derbyshire and the High Peak Wellbeing Partnership Small Grants Scheme to start a monthly 'Sunday Club' in 2019 for those in Buxton and beyond who are 65 and over and find time drags on Sunday afternoons.

There’s tea/coffee, biscuits, a free raffle entry, a presentation, demonstration or activity and, when possible, fun sports such as New Age Kurling, Boccia and Street Bowls and board games. Meetings, 2 pm-4 pm, are in St Anne’s Community Centre, Hardwick Square West, Buxton SK16 6PX

The monthly PROGRAMME is at SUNDAY CLUB.

Please email sundayclubgo@gmail.com or call Caroline Higgins on 01298 27638 if you intend to come.

You need to make your own transport arrangements. A £3 pp donation is requested to contribute to operating costs. If you are uncertain about whether you can participate in any ‘Sunday Club’ physical activity, please seek your doctor’s advice.

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Caroline

Caroline Higgins, Sunday Club Co-ordinator, receives a £510 cheque from Kelly, Waitrose Community Champion, as the Sunday Club's share from entry in the April 2019 Green Token Scheme. Thanks to all Waitrose shoppers who 'voted' for us with their tokens. The next Sunday Club meeting for those 65 and over who find time can drag on a Sunday without company, is July 14 2pm-4pm in the Community Centre. There is a talk by Police Community Support Officer (PCSO), Karen Green, 'My Role as a PCSO' plus usual activities and refreshments. Please let Caroline know if you are coming: telephone 01298 27638; email sundayclubgo@gmail.com

For more information about future meetings and activities, click on SUNDAY CLUB

St Anne's Pastoral Parish Council received funds from Foundation Derbyshire and the High Peak Wellbeing Partnership Small Grants Scheme to start a monthly  'Sunday Club' where those in Buxton and beyond who are 65 and over and on their own on a Sunday afternoon can come together for tea/coffee, biscuits and enjoy some fun activities such as New Age Kurling and board games as well as having occasional presentations by speakers.

Its first meeting was on 12 May 2019 when 16 people came together to enjoy a Tai Chi Talk & Demonstration and an opportunity to chat over refreshments as well as the Club's regular activities.

For more information about future meetings and activities, click on SUNDAY CLUB.