The Foundation is delighted to announce it is expanding one of its main community programmes into Bewbush, from Wednesday 6th October.
Due to the success of its Extra Time Hubs programme, the Foundation will be delivering sessions at Bewbush Community Centre, which aims to support members of the community aged 55+ and provide opportunities to socialise and take part in a variety of activities, in a relaxed environment.
The free coffee morning, will also have Crawley Wellbeing’s Health & Falls Prevention Teams will be in attendance delivering FREE MOTs (health checks) and delivering a small talk on Falls Prevention and how they can support the community. Alongside the tea, coffee and cake, existing participants and Foundation staff will be ready to welcome those who wish to attend. Head of Foundation, Darren Ford commented on the expansion, “We are delighted to be expanding our Extra Time Hubs into the community, where we hope to continue with the success of the programme and enable members of the community to meet with others within a relaxed atmosphere. We are extremely grateful to Crawley Community Youth Services for the use of their facility and look forward to supporting the local community, when there is a need to support the older generations, who have been greatly affected during the pandemic.” Extra Time Hubs is aimed at those aged 55+ with sessions including Quizzes, Seated Pilates, Table Tennis, Walking Football, Board Games, Wellbeing Walks, Photography, Health Checks and external guests. The coffee morning is open to all aged 55+ and we look forward to seeing you at the Bewbush Community Centre, 6th October, 10 am – 12pm. For more information about Extra Time Hubs or other Foundation programmes, please contact us on 01293 410000 ext 4 or register your interest today via our website: https://www.ctcommunityfoundation.com/extra-time-hubs