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Croydon 60+ Club

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Membership is £45

Open Monday to Saturday for .Activities include Reflexology , Art Group, I.T Instruction, Bingo, Quizzes, Handicraft Group, Tai Chi, Chiropody, Hairdresser, Entertainment . Snack lunches most days.

The club is based opposite Canning Road.

Now also offering a Computer Instruction for the over 60's course

We have 4 I.T instructors who are ready and willing to teach the over 60's their way round a computer. This could be the basics from turning the machine on to more advanced, and anything in between.However, there is no IT on Tuesdays.

It is on a one to one basis and costs £3 ph with club membership of £45 per annum. Lessons are available Monday & Friday. a waiting list is in operation.

Address:
Thackery House, 58 Addiscombe Road, Croydon, CR0 5PH
Umbrella org:
CNCA
Area serviced:
Croydon
Contact name:
Ellen Blackwell
Job title:
Manager
Telephone:
020 8680 0084
Opening times:
9:30am - 3:30pm Monday to Saturday
Who is it for:
Croydon residents, 60+
Disabled access:
Yes
Charges:
Annual membership £45
How to apply:
Ring, write, e-mail or drop in.
Buses:
119,198,466,194
Train/tube:
Tram Lebanon Road
Parking:
Very limited
Sector:
Voluntary

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IT can be a bit misunderstood. Some people claim to hate computers, but is this just because they scare or confuse them? When you first get started learning the basics of IT, you might start to find that doing everyday tasks with the help of your computer is really satisfying! There are many training courses available many aimed at beginners.
Entertainment and outings are provided by a number of clubs and organisations within Croydon and the surrounding areas.These can be easily accessed and more information can be obtained by contacting AGE UK or by calling the groups personally.
There are many different exercise classes available for the over 50's in the local area.These are easily accessible and other classes such as yoga and Tai-Chi can also be benefitial.
Lunch Clubs are available to elderly people where they can eat a cut price healthy meal aswell as socialise with other people who attend,who may feel isolated and in need of company.Other activities may also take place at these clubs,so look further to find any local clubs of interest.