Coffee Connections

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Coffee Connections is a warm and friendly group for older people; a chance to sit and relax, meet people and chat over a cup or coffee.

This activity is good for wellbeing because

  • it’s a chance to meet people
  • it’s relaxed and an opportunity to chat
  • there are activities to help keep your mind active

‘Coffee connect is such a friendly get together. It social, easy, you do what you want and get involved as much or as little as you want.  There’s good company and there’s always refreshments.’ – Coffee Connections attendee


Meet Coffee Connections:

What to expect?

There is a free car park at the side of the church.

The entrance is off the car park, wheelchair-accessible and will be sign-posted on the day.

You will receive a friendly greeting and there is seating in the hall.  Andrew or Kathryn usually serve refreshments whilst you seat; there are opportunities to get involved in a quiz or you can just sit and chat. Coffee Connections usually has around 10-15 people attend, however the venue comfortably seats more.

There are disabled toilets at the venue.

More information

The group meets the 2nd Thursday of each month, 10:00 to 11:30am.  It is run by Kathryn and Andrew.

No need to book, just turn up.

Kathryn and Andrew are Dementia Friends and the group welcome those with memory challenges and their carers.

View of walking into the Whittlesey Baptist Church:

Coffee Connections is free to attend.

Teas and coffees are free.

It is free to attend however you can make a donation if you wish.

How to contact

Where to go

Whittlesey Baptist Church
Gracious Street

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