At the Parish Hall
Church Street, Frodsham

Every Thursday 10am – 12 noon

Only £1.00 for Coffee / Tea and Biscuit

Bric-a-Brac, Books and Raffle

Warm Welcome to all!

Supporting families with a sick or premature baby
  • Meet 3rd Monday of the month 1pm - 2.15pm

Run by volunteers from the Mothers Union, supported by Bliss and the Cheshire & Merseyside neonatal network.

Tel: 01244 976210 for further information

Monthly meetings at:
Frodsham Children’s Centre
Ship St

Frodsham Drop-in Support Group

This is open to everyone with an interest in dementia, especially carers and those they care for.

We meet every 2nd Tuesday in the month between 10.30am – 12 noon.

If you would like to come along or find out more information please contact Annette or Lesley at Vale Royal Alzheimer’s Society 01606 351112 or email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We look forward to meeting you.

We are a community based charity encouraging local people to share their time and skills with older members of the community.

We organise social groups in Kingsley and the surrounding areas, as well as fundraising days and a Pilates class. Membership is free as are all services - people benefit from the companionship and knowing there is a contact for them to talk to.

We also have a lending library which helps housebound people - books are delivered to and collected from there home.

For further details phone Susan Ross-Turner on 01829 751398
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Or visit our website:

Emotional Wellbring Group supported by Mid-Cheshire Mind

Every 2nd Monday of each month

Frodsham Community Church, Main Street 1:30 - 2:30pm

Open to anyone over 18

Come along to chat - relaxed and informal.

Find out about support services available & coping strategies for stress and anxiety.

More information call: 01606 863305

Support group at Main St Community Church for people with Memory Problems and their Carers.

Wednesdays 10am - 2pm.

We provide support, activities, chances to learn or retain skills and build new relationships.

A valuable resource for carers, providing advice and guidance, and an opportunity to relax and be themselves.

A light lunch is also provided.

Chester Adult Phab is a social inclusive club for people with and without disabilities.

We meet on the second Monday of every month at Little Owl, Cousens Way, Gawer Park, Chester CH1 4DA
8.00 pm - 10.30 pm.

We have a varied social events calendar, accessible to all.

We are a volunteer user led organisation, with no paid staff we also seek volunteers.

Please see our website for further details.

Pre-school service for children to enjoy

Our large group of friendly mice hide around the church. Help find them and put them safely back in their beautiful house!

Every Thursday 1.00 - 1.30pm

Followed by food & play until 3.00pm

Helsby Methodist Church
  • Story
  • Food
  • Songs
  • Craft
  • Activities

Everyone welcome!

In Main St. Community Church every Thursday

10am - 1pm

Date : Wednesdays in term time

Start time : 7.00pm to 9.00pm

Age : 11 – 17 years

Venue : The Boshaw Centre, Former CP School, Dunham on the Hill, WA6 0LX

Dunham on the Hill & Hapsford Community Project Ltd.

Registered Charity Number 1122993 

Are you retired and looking for new social contacts?

Would you like to join Eddisbury Probus Club in Frodsham?

Eddisbury Probus is a club for retired or semi-retired men who enjoy meeting monthly to maintain and make friendships. We are always keen to welcome new members coming from Frodsham, Helsby, Runcorn and the surrounding villages.

Monthly meetings take place at the Frodsham Community Centre on the last Tuesday of the month, starting at 10am, and lasting about two hours. There is usually a guest speaker covering a wide range of topics of general interest.

Regular social activities are open to all members and their wives/partners including long and short walks, golf, theatre visits, trips to museums and occasional holidays. There are also meals-out including our Annual Dinner, less formal meals at local restaurants and pubs, and specific “ladies’ lunches” for members wives/partners.

Although club membership is restricted to men, the wives/partners of club members and widows of former members are actively encouraged to participate in these social activities.

If you are interested in learning more, or attending a meeting to see if it is for you contact:-

Eamon Kilduff Tel: 01928 564640 / E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

with Helsby Running Club member, Jane Ashbrook

Monday 9.30am Castle Park Arts centre Frodsham:
Introduction to interval and speed training, suitable for beginners of all levels.

Fun and varied session within the park.

Wednesday 6.30pm Helsby Sports Club:
4-5mile easy run 10-12 min mile pace. Supervised run that can accommodate different levels of beginners, but need to be able to run for at least 3 miles.

The groups are good fun and involve a lot of chatting and few laughs when we’re not too out of breath!!

Suitable for men and women over 16. 

Frodsham Community Centre

“Friendly, supportive classes”

Elementary – Thurs 1-3pm

Intermediate – Thurs 7-9pm

Phone now to book: Ruth 01928 739534

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Frodsham & District History Society meet in the spacious facilities at Main Street Community Church.

The Society meets at 7.45 pm on the first Monday in the month (or, the second Monday if the first is a Bank Holiday). The Society has a membership of approximately 70 and we welcome new members and visitors to all our indoor meetings. Annual Membership costs £5.00 (paid in January), plus £1.50 at each meeting you attend. The charge for visitors is £3.00 and includes refreshments. For further information please contact Kath Gee (Hon.Sec.) e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Unfortunately, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, we have taken the decision to cancel all meetings for the rest of 2020. We hope to start again in January, and hopefully 2021 will be better for all of us.

As you will have had no benefit from your membership this year, we will automatically renew it for 2021, and hope to see as many of you as can make it! We will be sending out a newsletter in November, with updates on the situation.

Keep well, and stay safe!

Vanessa Stevens: 0151 336 2156

Carole Walker: 01928 7323389

Meetings are held from September to April on Mondays at 7.30 pm at Castle Park Arts Centre, Fountain Lane, Frodsham.

Annual membership fee is £30. Further details on website: , or ring John, the Membership Secretary, on 01928 733269.

Are you visually impaired?

Do you know someone who is?

If so you are invited to join our club.

We meet in Helsby on the 2nd Tuesday of every month 2pm - 4pm

Why not come along for a chat & entertainment, cup of tea & biscuits and the occaisional outing.

Volunteer carers and taxis provided.

New friends are waiting to meet you.

Contact: 01928 723845

Frodsham Chess Club welcomes players of all abilities from complete beginners upwards.

The Club meets on Monday evenings at 7.30pm at Frodsham Community Centre.

The Club also has a junior section that meets monthly 6.15 - 7.15pm.

Contact the Secretary, Pat Ridley for more information:

Tel: 07816 200 512
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New season programme


11 Apr RED JOAN ** cancelled due to coronovirus outbreak **

Films are shown at the Community Centre, Fluin Lane, Frodsham. 7.30pm

For further details, please contact the membership secretary:

Mr Frank Hough 01928 731712 / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Frodsham Junior Football Club invites boys & girls in Reception Year (aged 5 – 6) to join us at our Sunday Academy Sessions.

These sessions, lead by FA Qualified and DBS checked coaches, are held Sundays, 11am – 12noon, on the astro at Frodsham Leisure Centre.

All abilities are welcome and the sessions are all about having fun.

If your child is interested in football and you are looking for them to play in a fun, safe and organised environment please bring them along. Simply turn up with a drink, appropriate footwear and shin pads. Each session is only £2 per player.

For more details contact: Steve Jones: 07393 384 770 | | @FrodshamJFC

Interested in joining Ladies Circle? Ladies Circle is a great club for 18 – 45 year olds and is all about friendship, having fun and doing a bit of fundraising along the way. We meet on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of every month. Why not give it a try?

For more information:
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As well as borrowing books, audio books and DVDs and using the internet, customers can access other council services and advice such as Customer Services and Skills and Training.

Regular activities:


Under fives story and rhyme time 2pm - 2.30pm, weekly in term time.

IT Buddy 2pm - 5pm, weekly. Informal one-to-one basic IT support, including help with smartphones, tablets and iPads. Drop in basis only.


Adult Colouring Club 2-3pm, fortnightly. Feeling stressed? Want to relax? Come along to our colouring group and unwind.


Opal coffee morning, open to all. 10.30am - 11.30am, weekly. Crafts on the first Thursday of each month.

Book Groups: Every second Thursday of the month 5.30pm - 6.30pm. Contact the library for details of the current book.


Online Basics Course - Starts again in September. 10am - 12 noon, weekly. Free basic IT tuition courses ranging from keyboard and mouse skills to internet and email and help with smartphones, tablets and iPads. Sessions can be booked.


Lego Club - all ages welcome. Every other Saturday 10.30am.


Telephone: 01244 977 345

A lunch club is held on the first Wednesday of the month at our Church Hall on Kingsley Road, Frodsham, WA6 6BA.

The ‘soup and pudd’ lunch is served at 12.30pm prompt, with doors open to welcome you from 12 noon. Whilst tea and coffee is served, we have an informal ‘fun quiz’. The suggested donation towards lunch costs is £3.

If you would like to come along and join us, you will be made very welcome, so why not give it a try?

To find out a little more, or to reserve a place, please ring the co-ordinator, Marg Jacks on 01928 732067.

You can see more about our Church activities by visiting our web site at:

Meet at The Arts Centre in Gallery 1 on a Wednesday Evening 7.30 - 10pm

2nd Feb, 16th Feb and every 2 weeks thereafter

A small charge of £2 is made to cover costs.

Players and non-players are all welcome

Held at the Conservative Club, Main St. Frodsham.

The Bingo is a social evening and there is a raffle. Bingo starts at 8.00pm and finishes about 9.45pm.

We look forward to meeting some new people.

01928 731493

Rehearsals Every Tuesday 8pm – 9.30pm

At Frodsham Silver Band Hall, Greenfield Lane, Frodsham, WA6 7AQ

Brand New Training Band

Tuesday's 7.15pm – 8.00pm

All ages and abilities welcome, just £1 a week.

Training and instruments provided if required.

For info email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Rehearsals / Practices

We practise every Saturday morning at Frodsham Community Centre from 9.30 a.m. to 11 a.m. There are no auditions – just come along and try us out! You will receive a very warm welcome.

For more information please get in touch or just come along to rehearsals

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Friday evenings 5pm-10pm

A range of different social activities for young people aged 10-18.

We also run Duke of Edinburgh Award, school holiday activities and other social, wellbeing and life skills groups.

Hall hire also available.

Please visit
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Every Friday morning 10am - 12 @ Frodsham Library


Are you wondering what’s so important about being online
and how it can benefit you?

This is a FREE drop in for anyone wanting to learn how to use the internet.

New Start, New Skills, New You

Unlock a world of opportunities by getting online.

Frodsham Library, Princeway

01244 977 345

Open to all girls currently in primary school years 1, 2 OR 3.

Every Friday 6pm - 7pm @ Frodsham Community Centre (Bottom Field)

Contact: Chris Jennings: 07913210504
or Andy Loyden: 07590847823

for further details.

The griffin trust is the name

Restoration is our aim... Interested?

The Griffin Trust is dependent on a group of self-motivated volunteers, giving their time freely on a regular basis.

For more details please contact

0151 327 4701 or 07745873491

Registered charity No. 702864

Habitats and Hillforts is a new project focusing on the chain of historically important hill top Iron Age forts that lines Cheshire's Sandstone Ridge, including our very own hillfort at the top of Helsby Hill.


Harmers Wood is a nine acre woodland not far from Helsby Hill, open all year round to the public for walkers, runners and rock climbers. Located off Hill Road North.

Our website is

Rehearsal Wednesday 6.45 - 8.00pm

At St Pauls Church, Helsby

New brass / woodwind players welcome

Any age or ability

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for info

As well as borrowing books, audio books and DVDs and using the internet, customers can
access other council services and advice such as Customer Services and Skills and Training.

Regular activities:


Jigsaw Mindfulness For Adults 5.30pm – 6.30pm, weekly. Jigsaws are a great way to exercise your cognitive skills, improving memory, honing coordination and developing critical thinking.


Adult Colouring Club 11am - 1pm, weekly. Join us for a cuppa and a colour. Great for relaxing and de-stressing. Colouring sheets and pencils provided or bring your own.

Rhymetime Wednesdays 2.15 pm - 2.45pm, weekly. Join us for stories and rhymes for under five's. Term time only.


Helsby Opal Club now has room for new members!

We open every Thursday at Alvanley Village Hall 10am-2pm

We offer a fun day filled with activities, a hot homemade dinner and plenty of tea and chat! Transport can be provided if needed.

If you would be interested in joining us, you are over 70 and would welcome the opportunity to get out and socialise more, please contact Zoe Blocksidge, Club Organiser on 07562 619 275

Also Volunteer Drivers Urgently Required

We provide group coaching for Juniors from beginners to the more advanced, plus coaching sessions for adults who have perhaps played in the past and wish to return to the courts and for those of us who want to improve, however good we might think we are!

We also run Ladies Evenings and Saturday coaching.

Absolute beginners are always welcome to join us, whether adults or children.

Try Before You Buy!

Please come along as a visitor a few times to see if you like us. Contact our coach Mike Herd on 07527908808 to find out the best time to come.

Do You Care About Your Local Community?
Are You Public Spirited?
Want To See Helsby A Better Place to Live In?

The Helsby Village Action Group have recently consulted about the next Phase of the Village Plan and after analysing the results have decided that the following list of Projects will be pursued.

2019/2020 Programme

October 31st 
2019 - The River Weaver - Margaret Carding

November 28th 2019 - Travels with Margaret to Japan and Nepal - Margaret Brooks

December 19th 2019 - Christmas Social evening

January 30th 2020 - Sweet Memories - Janet Bradshaw

February 27th 2020 - The work of the blood bikes - Sam Johnson

March 26th 2020 - Chester street Pastors - Michael Meynell

April 30th 2020 - AGM followed by Richie the Ranger, subject to be decided

All of the meetings take place at Helsby Community Centre starting at 7.30pm. Membership costs £10 per year which gives entry to all talks including refreshments. Non members wishing to attend a talk pay £3 which includes refreshments.


  • Do you enjoy a good sing?
  • Ever fancy joining a male choir?
  • We are looking for new members!

Our rehearsals are open to anyone who to have a go. No auditions or voice tests - Just a love of music and singing.

Rehearsals every Tuesday and Friday 7.30 to 9.00pm
Halton Methodist Church, Halton, Runcorn.
Tel: Stan - 01928 573199 or Graham - 01928 723137


Kings Church Chester Road (nr Helsby High School) 10am each Sunday: Worship service Everyone welcome - activities for all age groups of children.

Dads on Duty

9.30 - 11.30am on 1st & 3rd Saturdays of each month DOD is a play group for Dads/Grandads/Uncles etc and their pre-school aged children.

The idea for the group came out of a conversation between a few guys who thought that whilst there is a big selection of Mums & Toddler type groups in Frodsham & Helsby, why not have one just for the blokes? And that's what we have done.

So, if like us, your Saturday morning lie-ins are well and truly a thing of the past, then why not come and join us? Don't worry, we won't make you sing nursery rhymes or make animal noises! It's more just having a bacon butty, coffee and a chat with someone else who like you used to get much more sleep! (The children seem to enjoy it too!).

We also organize the odd social event just for Dads! For any further information contact Andy Pearson on 01928 732585 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Meetings every 2nd Monday in the month until May

The January meeting is on Monday 13th. The talk is “ Eat your Garden” by Jacqui Brocklehurst - create a colourful garden that tastes as good as it looks!

8pm at Kingsley Community Centre


Entrance: £8 members (join at the door & it covers you for the whole season) and £2 for guests (pay at the door).

We look forward to welcoming you.

A Warm Invitation ...

We warmly welcome anyone to come and try our monthly Lunch Club. We meet for a couple of hours on the first Wednesday of each month in Frodsham Methodist Church Hall from twelve noon, eating at 12.30.

Our light lunch of home-cooked soup and a pudding is followed by a quiz over coffee.

We have space for new folk to join us, so if you know of anyone who is on their own and may appreciate the chance to get out and have some lunch with us, please give me a ring on 01928 732067, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and I can give a bit more information.

There is no set price for lunch, but a suggested donation of £3 to cover our costs would be welcomed, although not necessary. We may be able to help with transport locally.

I’m happy to visit anyone who would like to join us to introduce myself. We would love to see some new faces joining us for what is a good chance to relax and enjoy a bit of company.

Marg Jacks
(on behalf of the Lunch Club team)

Frodsham Methodist Church,
Kingsley Road, Frodsham WA6 6BA

Anyone in North Cheshire affected by lymphoma, myeloma or leukaemia now have access to extra support. Lymphoma Action, the only charity in the UK dedicated to this particular type of blood cancer, has a support group in Frodsham that meets on the fourth Thursday of every month, 6pm to 7.30pm.

Hosted by Lymphoma Action, the group meets at The Forest Hills Hotel, Frodsham and is open to anyone affected by a diagnosis of lymphoma, myeloma, leukaemia or any other blood cancer. You don’t have to be the person diagnosed in order to attend; friends, family members and colleagues of people with blood cancer are all welcome.

Karen Bonell, Lymphoma Action’s Regional Development Manager in the North, said “I’m so pleased that to have this support group in the North Cheshire area. Many people say to us they felt isolated by their blood cancer diagnosis and that their support group is a lifeline. As well as meeting others with similar experiences, it’s a chance to hear from informative speakers and join interesting discussions – all in a safe, supportive and welcoming environment.”

Anyone interested in attending can contact Karen on:
07710 393 891 for an informal chat or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Find out more about lymphoma and the charity’s support groups and other services at

Manley Village Hall has a newly elected Management Committee. We are eager to revitalise the fortunes of our community’s central meeting place.

We aim to improve the facilities and increase its use. Please support in any way you can.

Chairperson: Ian Milburn (01928740064)
Secretary: Ruth Frood (01928 740365)
Treasurer: Juliet Compston (01928740906)
Booking secretary: Peter Gorse (01928740617)
Elaine Pinnington (01928740305)
Harry Gorse (01928740617)
Vinnie O’Brien (01928740830)

Are you interested in walking the hidden paths of Cheshire?

There are many footpaths off the beaten track waiting to be discovered!

Our Society aims to keep the footpaths in the Cheshire countryside open and accessible, and to help look after and protect the Public Rights of Way.

We have printed many local walks booklets, among them the Delamere Way, Longster Trail and Baker Way. We have also created a new long distance path , the North Cheshire Way, which runs from Lyme Park to Chester, passing through Frodsham and Helsby, signed NCW on local fingerposts. We have published a guide book with the route and points of local interest to accompany the NCW.

All of these publications are for sale in Helsby and Frodsham Post Offices, and at Castle Park Arts Centre.

Regular walks are organised in Cheshire, and a friendly welcome awaits you.

Why not join us for a walk and meet us?

Please see our website or Tel 01928 723886

Nappy Natters for Mums, Carers and Little ones

will be held on the second Monday of every month from 9:30 until 11am at the brand new Children's Centre, Weaver Vale Primary School, Ship Street, Frodsham..

Everyone is welcome!



If you’re looking for a new interest or friendly group to join, One Voice Choir may be what your looking for. We sing a wide range of music from rock and roll to pop and music from the musicals and are singing a few festive numbers too.

The aim is to promote health and well-being. All ages are welcome and we hope to develop strong friendships in the community and bonds between family members.

One Voice meets at Frodsham Community Centre on Mondays at 6:15 pm for refreshments, and rehearsal starts at 6:45 to 8:15 pm. For further details please email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. OR just turn up and join in the fun.

Every Friday 10 - 11.30am

If you are a Mum, Dad, Grandparent or carer with pre-school children you may like to drop in and join us.

  • Meet other parents and carers.
  • Enjoy a tea or coffee plus snack time!
  • Your children can play with others
  • Get information about our parenting courses
  • Relax, chat & make new friends

Details from 01928 724023

Main Street Community Church is a non-denominational church

You don’t have to talk about faith but if you want to - you can!

Tuesday nights 7.30 - 9.00pm at Churchhill Hall

We are a friendly group who meet each week singing a variety of different styles in a relaxed environment.

Churchill Hall, Cooper Street, Runcorn, WA7 1DH

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details

We put the fun in flying!

Ever fancied learning to fly model aircraft? We are a friendly club who fly every weekend on Helsby marsh.

We offer free tuition and are looking for new members.

Visit us at:

Call Paul: 01244 346179
or Bill: 01928 732715

Frodsham St Andrew’s Society welcomes you to Scottish Country Dancing

Wednesdays from September to April

St Paul’s Church Hall, Helsby

7.45 pm – 9.45 pm

Beginners welcome, no partner required.

For more information contact
Victoria: 01928 731772

Helsby and District Caledonian Society invite you to join us for SCOTTISH DANCING

In Helsby Community Centre on Monday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Beginners welcome - tuition given

Be slim for life with Slimming World

Monday - Kings Church
9:30am, 11:30am, 5:00pm & 7:00pm
Chester Road, Frodsham WA6 6XR

Saturday - Kings Church
8:30am & 10:30am
Chester Road, Frodsham WA6 6XR
Tel Hayley: 07742 792264

A Church for All.
A Church at the Heart of the Community

St Luke's offers a warm welcome to everyone who would like to join us. We have services every Sunday Morning at 9.30. Most of these are led by our vicar Rev. Graham Green, but we also have visiting preachers on occasion and one service each month is led by a lay person.

1st Sunday: Family Service
2nd Sunday: Holy Communion
3rd Sunday: Morning Prayer
4th Sunday: Holy Communion
5th Sunday: Holy Communion

Congratulations to Fr. Peter on the Golden Jubilee of his Ordination to the Priesthood, which we celebrate with him on May 23rd.

Feasts in May
. 3rd Ss. Philip & James, Apostles
Wed. 14th St. Matthias, Apostle
Sat. 24th Our Lady Help of Christians
Sat. 31st Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Saturday 10th May – Book Stall and Coffee Morning, 10.00 – 12.00
Sunday 25th May – Rogation Service and Afternoon Tea, 4.00 p.m. in the Village Hall.


For more information contact the vicar on 01928 722151
or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

First Saturday of each month, 10am at the Parish Hall, Church Street, Frodsham

Home made cake stall, extensive bookstall and good company.

Do come and join us!


Why not join our friendly walking group? The Mid-Cheshire Footpath Society leads walks of different lengths on Sundays and Wednesdays throughout the year - to keep paths open and well used. Each walk is in a different area of the county.

Meet people, make new friends, enjoy our countryside! If you are interested and want to find out more, ring Dug on 01606 883815 or Janet on 01928 723886

The Tuesday Club meet every week in Helsby Community Centre from 2pm - 4pm.

There is a very varied programme to suit everyone. Speakers, games, occasional bingo, outings and of course a cup of tea and biscuits.

Transport laid on.

No need to be lonely with nothing to do or nowhere to go.

Come and try it out for a few weeks.

We help people with disabilities to put a real and vital purpose back into their lives. We give carers regular breaks and support and make a real difference to the community.

The workshop makes a variety of things, eg. park benches, children's toys, school coat hooks, a cross for church, turned wooden bowls, bird boxes etc.

Anyone can help! Just half an hour a week to as long as you like!

Even dropping in for a chat would make a worthwhile contribution. We are now in new, improved premises; the new location is bigger and better to where we were previously - we are based in a big, former science lab attached to the old Frodsham High School. There is plenty of room for the machinery and the activities we get involved in include all forms of woodwork as well as metal work. New members are always welcome to come along and see us 'at work'.

If you would like to join us please contact Geoff Prince on 01928 731477
Or pay us a visit at Will to Work Workshop, 4 Princeway, Frodsham, Cheshire, WA6 6RP.


Every Wednesday from 2pm till 4pm at Main Street Community Church, Frodsham.

Come along and join in the various activities or just sit and chat.

£2 for tea, refreshment and activities.

To register for a place or for more information contact us on 01928 733020

Some limited transport available if required.

We also need volunteers to assist with the running of the event and transportation.

We meet every 2nd Tuesday of every month, 1pm till 3pm @ Princeway Health Centre, Frodsham.

For more information call:
07908 058 292

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