No matter what our age, it is important to retain an active social life. Within the Cambridge areas, there is a rich diversity of places to go to meet new people. We have picked out a range of options for you to consider, from meeting at a café, to getting fit.
Murrow Book Cafe
Murrow Brook Café is in Wisbech, it’s a drop in social group that is wheelchair accessible. You will be able to have a cup of tea or coffee and homemade cakes are usually on sale. The group also runs a knitting meet up to knit for charity and have a chat.
For more details and contact information, visit their Cambridgshire.net listing.
Friday Lunch Club – St Paul’s
Running for 20 years, the Friday Lunch Club at St Paul’s on Hills Road is available for older people in Cambridge to meet up and enjoy Friday lunch together. There is a communion service before the lunch, however this is optional.
More details are available on the Visiting Cambridge website.
Cherry Trees Day Club
Day clubs are popular and offer a friendly environment to meet others, have a cup of tea and take part in activities such as quizzes, games and sometimes outings.
Cherry Tree Day Club is on St Matthews Street. You can view further information and contact details on the Age UK website.
Cambridge and County Bowling Club
The Cambridge and County Bowling Club has both outdoor and indoor greens so players can take part all year round. They are located on Brooklands Avenue and welcome people who are new to playing. If you are feeling competitive there is the option to join their bowling leagues.
For more information, visit the bowling club website.
Cambridge Bridge Club
The Cambridge Bridge Club holds plays at two locations; Trumpington Village Hall and St Andrews Hall in Chesterton. The club welcomes new members and provides Bridge Lessons for people who are new to playing Bridge.
More details about the club can be found on the Cambridge Bridge Club website.
Forever Active offers exercise classes for over 50s of all abilities and ages. You can try any of the 50 classes they have, they range from chair based exercises to activities for those who have more mobility and are more active. There is something to suit everyone. It’s a good opportunity to meet others while you improve your physical health.
More details can be found on the Forever Active website.