The Villages Wednesday Club
For those finding it more difficult to get out and about than they used to, the Villages Wednesday Club provides a welcome day out and the opportunity to meet people and make new friends.
Club meets every Wednesday at Blunden Court in Bramley from 10am to 2.30pm and
is open to residents of Bramley, Shamley Green, Wonersh, and the surrounding
villages. Some members make their own way to Blunden Court or are brought by
carers, but transport is available for those who need it provided by the
Waverley Borough Council ‘Hoppa’ bus or by volunteers using their own cars.
The day starts with a welcome coffee and time to chat, followed by an activity such as a word game or quiz. At around 12pm a freshly prepared lunch is served followed by entertainment such as a musician, singer or local school choir. The day ends with a nice cup of tea. Support, information and companionship are provided and there is also the opportunity to visit the hairdresser and every other week there is a pop-up shop. The cost of the day is £5.
The day is managed by Nicola Mendelssohn, and her deputy Sue Searle, and their vital team of wonderful volunteers. If you would like more information, or to come along for a taster session, contact Nicola on 01403 372747 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Villages Wednesday Club (formerly the Four Villages Wednesday Club) was founded
in 1989 as the Four Villages Day Centre, to serve elderly and
housebound residents of Bramley, Wonersh, Blackheath and Shamley Green.
A Monthly Communion at Blunden Court will be held on the first Wednesday of every month at 10.45am. Members of the Holy Trinity, Bramley congregation are welcome to come and join in. Come to the fire door on the right, and be ready to observe appropriate measures for Covid-19.