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Join us at a local Planning for your future event in your area to hear more.

These events are about helping you understand what support is available and what to plan for. These are free events but booking is essential. Refreshments will be provided.

Age UK Surrey, in partnership with Surrey County Council, will be providing information and advice to help local people think about planning ahead for a time when they may need a little more support. Information will be provided on options for local support, how equipment and technology can help people stay independent, support available for people who look after loved ones, and more.

More events will be added to this calendar.

To register your interest:

Old Woking Community Centre

Wednesday 28 February, 11.00am – 1.00pm.

Leatherhead Community Association

Monday 4 March, 2.00pm – 4.00pm.

Chertsey Hall

Tuesday 12 March, 11.00am -1.00pm.

Staines Community Centre

Thursday 14 March, 10.00am - 12.00noon.

Bourne Hall Community Centre

Monday 18 March, 11.00am - 1.00pm.

Past Events:

  • Saturday 24th February, Elmsleigh Shopping Centre, Staines, (Jobs Skills Hub - located at the rear entrance of Elmsleigh shopping centre next to paystations and opposite bus station), 11.00am -1.00pm. There are two car parks accessible from South Street, Staines and further parking close to the library off Thames Street, Staines.
  • Friday 23 February, Addlestone Community Centre, 11.00am -1.00pm.
    Limited parking 18 spaces and must enter registration in the centre. Addlestone One multi-storey car park, Garfield Road KT152GQ, is a 1-minute walk away.


Some key local organisations will also be available to tell you about the support they can provide. These include:

  • Surrey County Council’s Public Health Team who will be offering health information and advice

  • Surrey Fire and Rescue explaining safe and well visits

  • Surrey Connected Care will showcase simple equipment and technology that can keep you safe and independent at home

  • Society of Later Life Advisors can help you with all later life financial matters.

  • Action for Carers Surrey can tell you about all the information and local support available to carers. You are a carer if you look after a family member, a partner, or friends in need of help because they are ill, frail, struggle with mental health or substance abuse, or have a disability. The care you provide is unpaid.

  • The Adult Social Care Information and Engagement Team who can provide lots of information about local support and the Connect to Support Surrey directory.