A couple of seated women talking together indoorsThe positive living service gives a more active and stimulating experience to our service users who need minimal support but want to enjoy later life.

As we get older, physical frailty may mean that we are no longer able to enjoy the social company and activity that we are used to.

Our positive living community day centres in St Helens offer companionship, activities and general support during the day, with refreshments, lunch and transport also available. Everyone is encouraged to join in where possible and our essential and valued volunteers are always on hand to encourage and support if needed.

Available each weekday, our Positive Living Community Day Centres are suitable for older people (generally 55+). These groups provide an opportunity for people to enjoy fun-filled sessions in a warm and friendly atmosphere. They provide a great way to meet old friends and make new ones.

The Positive Living Community Day Centres are run from The Mansion House (Victoria Park, City Road) and at Billinge Methodist Centre in St Helens.

 

St Helens

Mansion House

Sessions at Mansion House are held on Monday,Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

 

The Methodist Hall

Sessions at the Methodist Hall at Main Street in Billinge run on a Wednesday.

 

There is a charge for this service; however, our Positive Living Community Day Centres offer great value for money at just £15.00 for a day full of companionship, activities, group discussion, reminiscence and general support. This fee also includes a 4-course seasonal lunch with refreshments throughout the day. Only £3 per day for local return transport (subject to availability)

For more information about the activities we run and availability, to arrange a free visit or to book a place, please call 01744 752 644. Alternatively you can email us at enquiries@aukmm.org.uk.

 

 

Can you help us?

We are looking for volunteers to help with the upkeep of the Kitchen Garden at the Mansion House and also supporting older people's groups.

If you feel you could help in any way, please email us at enquiries@aukmm.org.uk