The Square shopping centre, located in the heart of Camberley, welcomed members of Surrey Heath Age Concern through their doors on Monday 6th March for a ‘musical brunch’.
Surrey Heath Age Concern is a local initiative with the goal of making the lives of older people within the community that little bit brighter. The session provided opportunities for socialising and making new friends. Age Concern also offers help and support.
Their main hub in Camberley is the Rainbow Café, located by the Main Square car park in the town centre and is so popular that The Square was asked if more space could be available for an occasional bigger gathering.
The guests from the Rainbow Café visited The Square to enjoy tea and treats alongside the wonderful music of Jen Merchant, and took the opportunity to socialise. As extra activities, the attendees also enjoyed mini massages from The Massage Company for relaxation and indulgence, and Kieran from The Square’s very own Of Dice & Men board game café assisted with a variety of fun games to get involved in.
Rhoda Joseph, Centre Manager for The Square Camberley, commented “We were thrilled to welcome the members of Surrey Heath Age Concern to The Square this week. The attendees of our musical brunch had a wonderful time enjoying the fabulous music and activities, and took the time to socialise over a tea or coffee. We would love to have the group back for another event here at our centre soon!”
Further information about the services of Surrey Heath Age Concern can be found on their website.
Find out more about events at The Square on the website.