The Williams Club
A social and support Club for blind and visually impaired people who live in and around Farnham. Meets between 2pm and 4pm on the first Wednesday of each month (except August). All ages welcome and partners are welcome to come along. Transport provided if needed. A mixture of activities is provided such as quizzes, musical entertainment, interesting speakers, pub lunches, seaside trips and a Christmas party! The atmosphere is very friendly and informal, making the Club a popular monthly social event for our members to attend.
Farnham Baptist Church, The Hart, Farnham GU9 7HA
The Williams Club is run by a volunteer team, so new volunteers are always needed!
Phone: Bob 01252 725685 or Yvonne 01252 713671
Surrey Stroke Recovery Service
Description of service:
Surrey Stroke Recovery Service offers practical support and advice for stroke survivors, carers and their family.
How does it work?
When you’re referred to our service our Stroke Association Support Coordinators will work with you to identify your needs, and support you to rebuild your life after stroke.
• A personalised review of all your needs.
• Someone to talk to who understands.
• Tips and advice to support your recovery.
• Information about stroke and local services.
• Advice on reducing your risk of a further stroke.
• The chance to share experiences with others in a similar situation.
When stroke strikes, part of your brain shuts down.
And so does a part of you. Life changes instantly and recovery is tough. But the brain can adapt. Our specialist support, research and campaigning are only possible with the courage and determination of the stroke community. With more donations and support from
you, we can rebuild even more lives.
Donate or find out more at stroke.org.uk
0207 566 1531
C/O Northampton Resource Centre
1 Sterling Business Park
Monday to Friday
We’d love to welcome you as part of our volunteer team. To find out more, please contact us using the details above.
We are a Christian charity organisation that has just celebrated our 20th anniversary. We offer support to older people in Farnham who live alone or are carers and may become isolated from friends and neighbours. Activities we provide include weekly activity groups for men and women, outings, monthly roast community lunches, home befriending and special Church services.
Mostly free apart from pub lunches and community meals
Within 3 miles of Farnham Town Centre
The Spire Church Cafe
A community cafe with a warm and friendly welcome in a safe and comfortable environment. We welcome everyone with the intntion fo providing a safe and warm welcome for everyone
Reasonably priced food and drink
Spire Church, South Street, Farnham, GU9 7QU Opposite Sainsburys and the bus stop
Hale Community Centre
The Hale Community Centre (formerly Sandy Hill Community Bungalow) is a community resource that provides a range of services, activities and meeting spaces for people of all ages. Our aim is to provide recreational, learning, business and social activities, which are accessible and affordable. We have a commitment to wellbeing and health for our visitors. We offer free food via our Community Fridge & Cupboard (food waste prevention service), plus a Wednesday Community Cafe and a warm space also offered on Monday's) with access to information (benefits, bills etc) and help as well as wellbeing activities. We support children and young people throughout the community. From Stay and Play sessions for toddlers and family holiday activities, through to a bespoke youth centre (The Shed) offering dynamic support and activities to 11-19yr olds. We also offer regular opportunities for adults to connect with activities at the centre including a community garden and social groups for seniors.
Hale Community Centre
130 Upper Hale Road