Luncheon Centre commenced on 6th June 1996 after discussions with Social Services, Care workers and the local clergy. The centre is for people living on their own, over the age of 75 years, to offer the opportunity to meet their peer group and enjoy a hot home cooked meal. At the moment we have 36 members in this category. 10 volunteers cook and entertain every Monday. For more details telephone Sheila Brocklehurst on 01433 650636.
This is a venture that was born out of the vision and generosity of Churches Together in Hathersage and the Hathersage Nursing Association that has been a charity in the village since 1901. Based in an office in the Methodist Church CareLine offers a free daily telephone call to anyone in our community who may feel isolated, vulnerable, lonely, or perhaps may be recently bereaved or discharged from hospital. All calls are made in complete confidence and consist of a friendly chat with one of the trained volunteers. If you are interested yourself, or know someone who may benefit from this service, or are thinking of becoming a volunteer then please contact Pam Cripps on 01433 650549.
The 1st Hathersage Guide Unit meet in the church hall most Tuesdays in term time, between 7.00pm and 8.30pm, for an evening of “educational fun”, which includes games, crafts, physical activities etc. we also go on indoor weekends away, camps etc. If you would like to join as a guide or a leader, or be registered on the waiting list, please contact Haidee Rastall on 07968546224 or 01433650324, firstname.lastname@example.org For more information on Guiding click on the Logo.