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Our Services

We provide a range of services and support for older people in Dacorum


Would you like to make a difference to the older people in our community? Meet people? Make new friends? Learn new skills? Have fun? There is a wide variety of volunteering opportunities within Age UK Dacorum.

About us

Age UK Dacorum is an independent charity working across Dacorum to improve the quality of life for older people. Our mission is to promote the well-being of all older people and to help make later life fulfilling and enjoyable.


We run a number of exciting fundraising events throughout the year. Join us to help raise essential funds that will ensure our work with and for older people in Dacorum can continue

Latest News

  • AGM and Connections

    Published on 11 February 2020 10:11 AM

    Age UK Dacorum's AGM and Connections event was held on Tuesday 4th February 2020 at the David Evans Court Theatre,...

  • Foundation Stones

    Published on 27 January 2020 08:53 AM

    Foundation Stones is a project that invites us to paint a stone in remembrance of the six million Jewish men, women a...

  • AGM - Age UK Dacorum

    Published on 08 January 2020 10:11 PM

    Age UK Dacorum's AGM will be held on Tuesday, 4th February 2020 in David Evans Court Theatre at Pendley, Tring.

Handyperson Service

Do you need help with DIY, repairs and maintenance around the house? We have handypersons to help you with these household jobs. Call us on 01442 259049 for a quote.

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  • The Big Knit

    Help us raise money by knitting hats for Innocent Smoothie bottles.

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  • Combatting Loneliness

    Read more on our fight to end loneliness and reduce social isolation.

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  • Staying Safe Online

    New to the internet? 10 back-to-basic tips from Get Safe Online to help you stay safe online and more.

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  • Fighting Dementia

    Every three minutes someone in the UK develops dementia. It could be your mum, your brother, your neighbour or your best friend. But despite almost all of us knowing someone affected, two-thirds of people living with dementia report feeling isolated and lonely.

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