Lady of the waves Church Hall or Bleachingfield Community Centre (date dependent), Dunbar
Corn Exchange or Town House
(date dependent), Haddington
Thursday 10.00 – 11.00am
Town Hall Tranent
Friday 10.00 – 11.00am
Community Centre or Town Hall (date dependent), Prestonpans
Tuesday 2.00- 4.00pm
Abbey Residential Home, North Berwick
This group meet up every week to maintain the garden of the Abbey Residential home in North Berwick, to allow the residents of the home to use their beautiful garden.
Runs March to September
Wednesday 1.00 – 3.00
Bleachingfield Community Centre
A weekly drop in group for older people living in
the Dunbar area.
Weekly meetings can include social activities and
physical activities like seated exercise and indoor kurling.
Men in Shed’s
Tuesday and Thursday
1.30 – 4.30pm
Macmerry Village Hall
The ‘shed’ is run in partnership with Strive, and is now working on community projects There are work benches and tools, which are used for members to share their skills in working with wood and other interests. It provides a haven for men to come along and socialise.
Come along and find out more about getting involved and taking part in this exciting new project.
New Age Kurling
Tuesday 10.00 - 11.30am
The Fraser Centre
New Age Kurling is a way to enjoy Curling but without the ice. It’s an activity that can be enjoyed by all levels of ability. There is no need to book, just come along for some social competitive fun.
Join us for a led walk and have fun while exercising gently. Each walk takes about an hour and all you need is comfortable shoes and a waterproof. Each walk is free but you may wish to bring a few pennies for a hot drink at the end.
Walk Some More
Second and Fourth Wednesday of every month
Various walking routes
The Walk Some More group walk in different locations and last approximately 2 hours in different locations around East Lothian, from Gullane Hill and Aberlady nature reserve, round Lennoxlove estate and down to Dunglass.
Dogs are welcome but are the responsibility of the owner and must be kept on leads at all times.
The Ageing Well project is a partnership between NHS Lothian and East Lothian Council, and is part of the Age UK national Ageing Well Network, which aims to increase the expectation of good health in later life as well as maintain and promote the physical and mental health and well being of people over 50 in East Lothian to improve their quality of life through this list of activities.
For more information contact:
Avril McKenzie, Project Coordinator : 01620 82 7240 or 07718117585
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