Local Charity organisation based in Beaconsfield Activities – Thursday Lunch Club (for Senior Citizens) at Curzon Centre, currently on hold due to covid
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Local Beaconsfield Womens Institute further details on their facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Beaconsfield-WI-441366756240335/ Activities – Various events throughout year for members and non members, currently taking place with virtual zoom meeting. Other activities on hold due to covid .
A Beaconsfield charity who’s aims are to improve wellbeing in the community and specifically tackle social isolation and loneliness. Activities – Services currently include a Listening Ear, online and phone help and signposting, buddy network helping with shopping and errands.
Buckinhamshire Council Access Point. Access a range of council services at our council access point within the library. For currently reduced opening times please check https://www.buckscc.gov.uk/services/libraries/find-a-library/beaconsfield/
For retired and semi-retired professional and businessmen. Activities Twice monthly meetings and talks for retired and semi-retired professional and businessmen normally held at the Revolution, Maxwell Road. See www.beaconsfieldprobus.org
Walking is a great way to get out and about and meet new people while improving your health and wellbeing. Simply Walkers are out in all weathers, smiling, talking and enjoying each others company. Our volunteer-led walks run all year, …
Booklets & print
Beaconsfield Town Guide booklet lists all the organisations in the town and key events that take place with contact details. (A5 booklet printed by Beaconsfield Town Council).
Older People’s Guide booklet which includes local activities and various support services. (A5 booklet printed by South Bucks District Council).
Best place to pick up your free copies – the Library.
There are various noticeboards in the town which are kept up-to-date, so worth a look.
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