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Supporting Older People in Cheshire

To contact us about any of our services, please call 01606 881660 or email admin@ageukcheshire.org.uk

We are here for you.

Life has been challenging for us all over the past couple of years, but hopefully we're all getting back to doing the things we love. By continuing to take these positive actions, we can continue to go out more again and keep each other safe. If you need a little more help taking these steps, or are worried about how the pandemic is affecting you, we are here to help.

Please do give us a call on 01606 881660.

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Our Services

Age UK Cheshire offers a wide range of services offering information and advice, advocacy, dementia support, day care, social activities and advice on money and benefit entitlement.

Our Shops

We currently have six charity shops in Cheshire, selling a variety of pre-loved items including clothes, books, toys and collectables.

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Latest News

  • Safe at Home Service

    If you have had a fall, have a fear of falling or are at risk of falling we can help! If you are over the age of 65 and live in Cheshire West and Chester we can visit you for a FREE falls prevention home visit.

  • Woolly warriors needed in Cheshire for the innocent Big Knit

    The innocent Big Knit campaign has returned and Age UK Cheshire is calling on the knitters and crocheters of Cheshire to get their knitting needles out.

  • Companion Magazine

    Our Sping Companion Magazine is now available. Find out all about our latest news and campaigns!

  • Brightlife Legacy

    In March 2022, Brightlife, along with the other thirteen Ageing Better programmes across England funded by the National Lottery Community Fund, came to an end.