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The SHAC Car Wash

The Perez International Church recently organised a car wash in a corner of the Mytchett Baptist Church car park (which it shares with SHAC’s office), to raise funds for Surrey Heath Age Concern. The Perez International Church meets at the Mytchett Baptist Church on Sundays at 12:00 pm, their pastor is Rev Kofi Darko. This […] Read Full Story

September Quiz Night

Quiz night at the Rainbow café is held on the third Wednesday of the month, between 7 pm and 9 pm. Our next quiz evening will be held on 18th September 2019 in the Rainbow café, please call 01252 266841 or email office@sh-ac.org.uk to book your place, please note that booking is essential. Read Full Story

Jazz Singer Entertains Tea and Memories Guests

Surrey Heath Age Concern CIO’s every popular Tea and Memories at the Rainbow café on Tuesday afternoons, continues to go from strength-to-strength! The next event at the cafe will be the monthly quiz evening on 21st August – open to all booking essential. Guests at the Rainbow Cafe’s Weekly Tea and Memories event finished off it’s […] Read Full Story

Surrey Heath Lottery

You can now support us here at SHAC by playing the Surrey Heath Lottery. The Surrey Heath Lottery was created recently by Surrey Heath Borough council, in order to raise funds for local causes, charities and community projects. Lottery players have the opportunity to choose the organisation they wish to donate to; tickets cost just […] Read Full Story

Bluebird Care Grant

Gwen, one of Surrey Heath Age Concern’s Trustees was recently delighted to accept a generous cheque for £150.00 from Bluebird Care in Camberley. The cheque was handed over by one of the companies carers and Katerina Papamichalaki, Bluebird Care Director. “This kind donation from Bluebird Care will help us set up our New Horizon Project, […] Read Full Story

Thank You – Thelma

Many of you will already be aware that Thelma, our Visiting and Befriending coordinator has recently left her position here at SHAC; she is relocating to Northumberland, to live closer to her family. Thelma worked tirelessly for SHAC’s Visiting and Befriending Service for 6 years; she did an excellent job of introducing our fantastic volunteers […] Read Full Story

Sainsburys Help out at the Rainbow Cafe

Recently three members of staff from Sainsburys visited the Rainbow Cafe to help out with the preparations for one of our very popular Vintage Tea Parties, which are held on Tuesday afternoons. Looking at the smiles on their faces, it looks like they had a wonderful time! Thank you to Katie, Claire and Toni for […] Read Full Story

Farewell to SHAC’s Manager Gill

Many of you may be aware that Surrey Heath Age Concern’s Charity Manager, Gill Gibson has recently decided to leave her position and move on. I am sure that I speak for all SHAC’s volunteers, Trustees and service users, when I say that we all would like to thank her very much for all her […] Read Full Story

Tea and Chatter Visits Mytchett Church

On Sunday the 5th May, SHAC’s monthly Tea and Chatter event was held at the ideal, if a little unusual venue of Mytchett Baptist church, T&C events are usually held at hostesses homes. Our Tea and Chatter Group was welcomed by the Pastor Kofi Darko from the Perez Church and also some of the Mytchett […] Read Full Story

Vintage Tea Party Goes From Strength to Strength

I recently decided that I was well overdue a visit to one of our Vintage Tea Parties, held at the Rainbow Cafe in Camberley from 3 pm to – 4:30 pm on most Tuesdays. If you would like to come along then please call 01252 266841 or email office@sh-ac.org.uk . I was very pleased to […] Read Full Story

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