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Hockley Parish Council
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Hockley Parish Council are pleased to support the 55+ Centre with fund raising throughout the year by assisting with some of their events and enabling them to provide refreshments at the monthly Village Market.
Hockley & Hawkwell 55+ Social Centre is going to the races!!
The fund-raising Committee has arranged a
RACE NIGHT on Saturday 21st October, 2017
at the Centre doors open 7 for 7.30pm
TICKETS @ £10 per head- including a fish or chicken & chip supper - bring your own drinks.
Available from 01702203247
Payable on receipt – first come first served
(Tables can be reserved for groups who wish to sit together)
OUR GRATEFUL THANKS TO ALL THOSE LOCAL BUSINESSES WHO SUPPORT US BY TAKING UP A SPONSOR
Hockley & Hawkwell Old People’s Welfare Committee
Reg. Charity No: 207022
Volunteers Needed: If you have a few hours to spare on a Friday the 55+ Social Centre is looking for someone to help in their office. Please contact the Centre on 01702 206208 for details.
55+ SOCIAL CENTRE LAUNCH NEW MINIBUS
Saturday 25th February 2017
Hockley Parish Councillors were invited to a Buffet Reception, along with local MP Mark Francois, the Chairman of Essex County Council, local Lions and Rotary Clubs and other sponsors to officially launch the new minibus at the 55+ Social Centre. The community have raised over £40,000 towards the cost of the new vehicle. The Centre Chairman David Turell and Vice Chairman Carole Warren thanked everyone for their support, in particular Steve Bowen and Richard Jarrard, who had driven the project (and the bus!) with the Committee. The Parish Council were pleased to have been a part of the project and awarded the Centre a Grant of £10,000 towards their fund. The council also supports the Centre in many other ways during the year. 55+ is very active and provides daily hot meals and social events for the elderly of the parishes of Hockley & Hawkwell The Centre has a team of volunteers, drivers and escorts and the specially adapted bus is a valuable asset to transport their clients to and from the centre.
55+ Centre Chairman David Turrell & Vice Chairman Carole Warren with Parish Council Chairman Cllr Roy Martin and Vice Chairman Mrs Veronica Randall
Hockley & Hawkwell 55+ Social Centre
This is a local community lunch club for those who have reached 55+ years of age. It was opened by the Duchess of Kent 25 years ago. It is staffed by volunteers and transport can be arranged for Rayleigh, Hockley, Hawkwell and Rochford. The club has a friendly atmosphere and regarded as a lifeline for those who live alone (especially if they have limited mobility).
At present it is open about 9.30am when tea, coffee and scones can be purchased.
A booking for a meal can be made by phoning at 9 am. Tel No 01702 206208.
They are open 5 days a week Monday - Friday (excluding bank holidays) .
Activities range from Bingo, Whist, scrabble, raffles plus a variety of entertainment on Thursdays. DONT BE SHY .... GIVE US A TRY :)
Hockley Parish Council are pleased to actively support the Centre