Our Partners

Partnership working and developing relationships with local organisations and community groups has always been - and will continue to be - a priority for us. It is by working together with the many wonderful communities, groups, businesses and organisations in Sutton that we can achieve our vision of a society in which everyone can love later life.

Working together to reach out to older people 


We're proud to be part of a vibrant and diverse voluntary sector in Sutton

  • Sutton Uplift

    We are proud to be a partner with Sutton Uplift, the well being hub in Sutton, supporting positive mental health and well being in the Sutton community

    More about Sutton Uplift

  • Sutton Mental Health Foundation

    Sutton Mental Health Foundation offers a wide range of services for people who have experienced mental distress. The opportunities we offer allow people to establish connections, learn new skills and seek and offer support

    SMHF website

  • Sutton Carers Centre

    SCC provides a range of emotional, financial and practical support that aims to enable unpaid Carers to continue in their caring role whilst protecting their own wellbeing.

    SCC website

  • Healthwatch Sutton

    Healthwatch Sutton gives people a powerful voice locally and nationally. We listen to and represent people’s health and social care views.

    Healthwatch Sutton

  • Sutton LGBT Forum

    The Sutton LGBT Forum is a volunteer run organisation created to help all lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people living in Sutton and its surrounding neighbourhoods. We have regular local social events, advice projects, workshops and a youth service.

    Sutton LGBT Forum website

Spotlight on Honeywood Museum

  • Whats on at Honeywood Museum!

    We've been working closely with Honeywood Museum to identify and promote some great activities and opportunities at the museum like their Book Club, Embroidery Club and more.

    See the full list of activities & events at Honeywood

  • Friends of Honeywood

    Friends of Honeywood have access to exclusive activities and events like the Friends of Honeywood Film Club, a special price for talks and 10% off purchases in the museum shop

    Become a Friend of Honeywood

Partnerships with local government and health

Building a community in which all can take part and take pride 

Age UK Sutton understands the importance of working together, and the value it creates by uniting the voluntary and community sector in the pursuit of an improved quality of life for local residents. 

The Age UK Sutton Liaison Group was set up to meet this aim, with a membership drawn from voluntary sector organisations, local community and interest groups and faith and belief organisations.

Meeting quarterly, the Liaison Group works to support and champion each other.  Together we: 

- relevant information and promotion of local services
- build new relationships between community groups
- deliver informal training, such as dementia, stroke awareness and safeguarding
- support groups with small grant applications 
- identify and address areas of unmet need
- work smarter, share resources to open new social opportunities
  • Share relevant information and promote of local services
  • Build new relationships between community groups
  • Deliver informal training, such as dementia, stroke awareness and safeguarding
  • Support groups with small grant applications 
  • Identify and address areas of unmet need
  • Work smarter, share resources to open new social opportunities

Be a part of the Liaison Group 

New members are always welcome! The next get together is 26 November 2015, and also serves as our end-of-year celebration. 
If you'd like to join us, or want to know more about the Liaison Group, please email centralservices@ageuksutton.org.uk or call 020 8770 5360
  • Carshalton Beeches Baptist Free Church

    At the church we welcome people of all ages and have a range of activities. For older people we specifically have a lunch every Wednesday, preceded by a short service, which people are free to attend, or simply come to the lunch.

    Go to the church website

  • The African and Caribbean Heritage Association

    The association aims to bring together in unity and friendship, people of/or who share an interest in African & Caribbean Heritage to socialise, learn, debate, discuss and take action on matters of mutual interest.

    Email the Secretary

  • Bishop Andrewes Church

    Our coffee morning is open to everyone, and is a friendly group that meet to chat, make friends and organise trips together. We meet at Bishop Andrewes’ Church, Wigmore Rd, on Tuesdays from 10-11.30, and in 2015 celebrate 25 years!

    Parish of St.Helier website

  • Sangam

    Sangam's main objectives are to improve the conditions of life and promote the social inclusion and integration of beneficiaries living in Sutton through the provision of information, advice, social functions, trips, exercise, leisure and entertainment

    Visit Sangam's website

  • Sutton Tamil Elders Group

    Sutton Tamil Elders Group meets every Tuesday at 10.00am at the Thomas Wall Centre, Benhill Avenue. Come along to meet new friends. The group has social activities, organises summer trips and much more.

    Sutton Tamil Elders Circle leaflet

  • Sutton & District Support Group

    We aim to provide information and support to people affected by osteoporosis. Serving the boroughs of Sutton, Merton, Epsom & Ewell and Kingston, regular meetings are held with speakers from health and other professionals on a range of related subjects

    Email the Sutton & District NOS Support Group

    Visit the National Osteoporosis Society website

  • The Oaks Way Centre

    We are a Community Centre for Senior Citizens, providing preventative care services for the elderly in the local community.Our activities are not only provided by our own in-house staff but also organised by a range of individual outside groups.

    The Oaks Way Centre website

  • Sutton Christian Centre

    Reaching out to seniors everywhere Sunday services and midweek pastoral visits for nursing homes and residential homes. We also host Seniors afternoon tea and chat.

    Sutton Christian Centre website

  • Carshalton Methodist Church Community Cinema

    We are community cinema in action at Carshalton Methodist Church. We show films you missed the first time round: cinema classics, musicals, dramas, and comedies.

    Visit our website

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