Date/Time Event
Fri, November 8, 2019
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Brockenhurst Indoor Bowls Club

Catering for any level, choose one of three time slots between 9am and 3pm to come and join in with indoor bowls.


If you are interested please call Pete on 01425 621831 for more information, and to arrange a taster session.

Fri, November 8, 2019
10:00 am - 2:30 pm
Brockenhurst & Sway Day Care Centre

The Day Centre is an independent self-funding Day Centre run under the auspices of Age Concern Hampshire.

The group, for up to 15 people, who are referred through the local Surgeries, meets every Friday at the Village Hall in Brockenhurst, with various activities, entertainments and outings arranged throughout the year.

The Centre is staffed by a manager, a cook and a team of dedicated volunteers.

What does a typical day look like?

Every day is different, but you can expect it to be like this:

  • A wheelchair-accessible minibus will come and pick you up from your house to take you to our day centre. Most Age UKs offer this optional transport service.
  • Settle into the centre over a cup of tea and a chat
  • Morning activities will begin
  • A freshly-prepared hot lunch will be served by our staff
  • More activities will be organised for after lunch
  • When the day is over, the minibus will drop you back at your house at an agreed time.

Please Contact Helen Barnett for more details 07786 196414, email:


Fri, November 8, 2019
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
CLIMATE EMERGENCY MEETING - Turn challenge into opportunity

CLIMATE EMERGENCY MEETING – Turn challenge into opportunity

Climate change is the greatest challenge of our times. It is vital that action is taken to avoid dangerous climate breakdown and damage to the natural world. Yet action also brings opportunities for: energy independence, unpolluted water and air, reversing wildlife decline, better health for humans, liveable towns and cities, and jobs created in sustainable technologies.

The meeting will include:

Introduction to Climate Emergency by Kate Chapman, Local Environmental Consultant

  • Kate is a consultant to the sustainability and environmental sector. She was appointed sustainability advisor to the London 2012 Olympic Games, and has since worked as a consultant with a wide range of large and small organisations. She has recently been involved in making representations to local authorities on climate change

Address on Zero Carbon Britain by Paul Allen from the Centre for Alternative Technology, Wales

  • Paul will introduce CAT’s plan to stop using carbon fuels and achieve zero carbon by 2030 with current technology. This integrated approach explores all aspects of climate solutions, from renewable energy and energy efficiency to diets and land-use, looking at how these can work together to help us build a healthier and sustainable zero carbon world

Discussion – Action we can take

The meeting seeks to equip everyone with plans for action that will benefit them, society and the environment

The meeting is free, but to attend please click Register. You do not need to bring a copy of your registration with you, we will be checking names as people arrive

Doors open 18:30. Refreshments available



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