Find out here about activities and events taking place at Age UK Hythe and Lyminge.
Age UK Hythe and Lyminge run a programme of events for fundraising, information and fun.
Please also see our Facebook site for the most up-to-date information.
Most people come to Age UK Hythe and Lyminge for the companionship, fun and opportunity to take part in activities.
Both centres have cafes (open 9.30am - 4.00pm), serving refreshments and homemade cakes, so you can pop-in for a snack, attend an activity of your choice or stay all day and include a full two-course lunch!
If you choose to stay all day we can provide door-to-door transport. The charge for a full day, including transport and lunch, is £13.50 for people in our catchment area. If you drop-in under your own steam, there is a £3.10 charge to take part in an activity and lunch is £5.50.
Our two Centres run the following social activities - please always call first to check arrangements - 01303 269 602. Click here to see our weekly chart of activies.
There are no waiting lists for any activities - please feel free to pop in and give it a try. You will receive a warm welcome!
Convenience shop - while you are here, you can buy your basic "necessaries" from our small convenience stores.
We also organise accompanied day trips and holidays.
Regular cookery classes at both our centres with delicious hot food and friendly faces.
Want to learn how to log on, send an email, and search the internet? Join our computer classes!
We have classes for many abilities to help you stay fit and healthy in later life.
We run a T'ai Chi class at the Hythe Centre on a Tuesday. This popular form of gentle exercise is well supported and provides a venue to meet new people.
Knit ‘n’ Natter
We are constantly in need of wool for our projects as we produce a lot of goods for our chosen charities.
A sociable activity that is mentally beneficial as it keeps the brain alert and exercises attentiveness.
A stimulating class covering painting, drawing and sketching under the tuition of a trained artist. This is an informal social group suitable for beginners and more proficient pupils.
We offer both a long and short walks programme for people who are 50 and over.
Stories and poems are read aloud generating discussion, laughter and thought. All are welcome. There is no pressure to talk, read or even drink tea.