Welcome to Surrey Heath Age Concern CIO

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We are an independent, local charity working to provide services to enhance the lives of older people in the borough of Surrey Heath.


Visiting and Befriending


Would you like to light up someone’s life?

Just one hour a week of your time could completely change the life of an older person living near you! Simply click here to find out more about volunteering to help with our visiting and befriending service.

Tea and Chatter

Good photo of first tea partyCould you host a tea party in your home for six to eight older people on just one Sunday afternoon a year? All you need is a downstairs loo and a big tea pot! Just click here to find out more about volunteering to help with our Tea and Chatter parties.

Rainbow Cafe


Open from 10 am to 3 pm Monday to Saturday, we would love to have you as a volunteer to serve refreshments at our over 50’s cafe just for a couple of hours a week morning or afternoon!  Click here to find out more about volunteering to help out at the Rainbow Cafe.


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Surrey Heath Age Concern is Looking For New Trustees

We are looking for new trustees to join us on our committed team here at SHAC.  The primary aim of our charity is to ease loneliness [...]

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New Mayor Visits Tea and Chatter

The new Mayor of Surrey Heath, Cllr Dan Adams and his wife together with Cllr Ian Sams visited Frimley Green where a Tea and Chatter [...]

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Tea and Memories Visits Hayling Island Donkey Sanctuary

On a pleasantly warm and sunny Wednesday in June, a group of sixteen of our regular guests from Tea and Memories (held on Tuesday [...]

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