Looking for a local Community Group?

Join the fun and make new friends in Broadheath!

As we get older, it can become harder to find ways to socialise and connect with others. 

That’s why we’re excited to share information about two clubs in the Broadheath, Altrincham area that offer the perfect opportunity to meet new people and make new friends.

Take-a-Break Club 

The first over 55’s Group we’d like to highlight is the Take-A-Break Group at the Devonshire Road Evangelical church Broadheath. 

This friendly group meets every Wednesday at 10:30am during term time and offers a varied programme of talks, demonstrations, quizzes, and more. 

But most importantly, they always have a cup of tea or coffee ready for you to enjoy while you catch up with old friends or make new ones. 

If you’re at a loose end on a Wednesday morning, why not come along and join in the fun? 

To find out more, just give Sylvia a call on 0161 9289364.

Broadheath Friendship Group

The second over 55’s Group we’d like to introduce you to is the Broadheath Friendship Group, hosted by Jan and Bob.

Held every Friday at 10am at the Broadheath Community Centre (behind the Bramley Farm pub) on Sinderland Road, Broadheath, this group is all about having fun and making new friends. 

You’ll find a warm welcome, plenty of conversation, and lots of activities focused around friendship. 

Whether you’re a new resident to the area or just looking to expand your social circle, this is the perfect opportunity to do so.

Benefits of over 55’s Groups for Seniors

  • Over 55’s Groups can offer numerous benefits for seniors, including socialisation, mental stimulation, and physical activity. 
  • Connecting with others in a friendly and relaxed setting can help reduce feelings of loneliness and depression, as well as provide a sense of purpose and belonging.
  • Engaging in conversations and participating in group activities can also stimulate the mind, keeping seniors mentally sharp and engaged. 
  • Additionally, getting out of the house and travelling to a coffee morning can provide seniors with a much-needed dose of physical activity and fresh air, helping to maintain their overall health and well-being. 

Overall, over 55’s Groups offer a fantastic opportunity for seniors to connect with others and enjoy all the benefits of socialisation and community involvement.

At Home Instead, we understand how important it is for older adults to stay connected to their communities and socialise with others. That’s why we’re thrilled to support these two wonderful coffee mornings in the Broadheath area. 

So why not come along and see for yourself? 

You never know, you might just make a new friend or two.