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Shine a light on loneliness

Shine a light on loneliness

In Suffolk 15,000 older people don’t speak to a friend, family member or neighbour for a month or more.

 

Together we can make a difference..

Age UK Suffolk is here to help...

We work with and for older people in Suffolk, campaigning with them and on their behalf.

We are also a provider of direct services and support across the county. 

Find out how we can help you

Find out how you can help us

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What a difference a day makes!

Our Day Clubs provide fun activities, freshly cooked meals and a chance to make new friends.

Free taster days are available.

Find out which of our day services is nearest to you

Join us for our Charity Golf Day 30th April 2015

Join us for our Charity Golf Day

Thursday 30th April, Ufford Park, Nr Woodbridge

Four ball format, £50 per person which includes breakfast, 18 holes of golf and a two-course meal at the end of the day. For more information please contact: jo.reeder@ageuksuffolk.org 

 

 

 

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The Surviving Winter Campaign

The message from Suffolk Community Foundation and Age UK Suffolk is clear:"If you received a Winter Fuel Payment and you don’t need it, please donate it to someone who does’’

Help older people to keep warm and well this winter

Come & talk to us about volunteering opportunities - there is something for everyone!

 

 

Join our team of fantastic volunteers

Take part in our Pound-A-Mile challenge

Pound-A-Mile Challenge

In 2015 we are looking to get the county active and in the process raise much needed funds for older people in Suffolk!

We have set ourselves the target of raising £72,000 by accumulating 72,000 miles in physical activity throughout the year.

Please join our challenge and help us reach our target

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Home Service

Our friendly, local, reliable and well trained home service assistants provide a tailor made service to suit you.

Our assistants can help with:
Housework
Laundry and ironing
Shopping
Prescription and pension collection
Food preparation – where trained staff available

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Do you miss having a regular chat?

Our befriending schemes provide friendship and support for older people who feel lonely or isolated. Volunteers visit people in their own homes, normally once a week for around an hour.