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Lache Community Development Trust (LCDT)

LCDT is a well established charity which provides services for people in Lache and the wider area.

Each Monday we run activities for older people (60+ Club) at Lache Community Centre. We pride ourselves on our friendly inclusive approach and welcome any older people who would benefit from socialising and enjoying stimulating activities which are beneficial for health and wellbeing.

Members can attend for a whole day or may wish to join the group for whatever part of the programme appeals most.


 From 10:30am  -  tea, toast and socialising

 11:45am   Gentle Seated Exercise with our expert Sandra. Keeps you mobile, develops stamina, balance and co-ordination and is great fun.

 12.30pm   Lunch in the community café. Choose from the menu.

 1:45pm    Singing with Georgie our professional voice tutor. This session is excellent for improving breathing, rhythm, memory and concentration does not require any special ability – everyone  can do it!

 The day finishes at 3:15 after tea and cakes.

 This is all FREE except for the lunch, which members pay for individually as they order.

 We have a paid Supervisor as well as our tutors, and a volunteer driver and volunteer helpers during the day.

It is helpful if we are contacted in advance about potential members who have special needs.

Otherwise, just come along and enjoy the day.

Who to contact

01244 877721
ejmercer@btinternet .com

Where to go

Hawthorn House
Hawthorn Road

Hawthorn House opens daily for other community provision including community radio 

Time / Date Details

When is it on
10:30am to 3.30pm Mondays only for this provision

Other Details


If lunch is taken in community café the cost is borne by the individual. A charge of £1.00 per day is made towards the cost of morning coffee and afternoon tea. Otherwise the day is free.


Age Ranges
Areas Covered
Referral required
Referral Details

There are currently no waitintg lists 

Other notes

Members must be able to benefit from structured group activity and co-operate with others.

Support is not available on an individual basis, therefore if you require a carer or supoprt worker, you must bring one with you.

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