Every Friday from 12 noon (food served at 12.15pm)
Open to anyone over the age of 65 – £4.00 per head
Two course home-cooked meals featuring a range of traditional menus.
Roast dinners (chicken or beef)
Sausages and Mash
Gammon and pineapple
Fish (pie or fillet)
Steak and Ale Pie
casseroles and Stews
Seasonal fruit crumbles and sponges
Gateaux and cheesecakes
Our Lunch Club is served in a friendly atmosphere, and everyone is made very welcome. Visitors can help to serve meals or tea and coffee and there is plenty of time to chat and make new friends.
Opportunities and connections
We welcome older people who may be lonely, struggling with dementia or other needs.
Some of our regular guests bring carers, and they are welcome too.
Occasionally, the Lunch Club extends to other activities such as games, newspapers or even exercise routines!
We encourage all our guests to come along on Monday mornings as well to Denys Friendlies, which is a social drop-in session with all kinds of activities and fellowship.
Can you help?
St Denys Friday Lunch Club is a great way to meet people, serve the community and make new friends.
We are looking for new volunteers to help prepare food and cook meals in our church kitchen.
Experience would be helpful, but not necessary.
You will need to train for a basic online Food Hygiene certificate, and an affinity for older people is essential
If you would like to help, on a rota to suit your availability, we would love to hear from you.
Please email the office on email@example.com or call 023 8067 1757
We are sorry but St Denys Church cannot provide transport to or from the lunch Club. We are located very near to a bus stop, and there is ample parking onsite for taxis dropping off or private cars.
St Denys Church Lunch Club is run entirely by the church and volunteers. It is an independent event and not affiliated to any other group or organisation