Sandra Trehane. Every Tuesday at 3pm. Sit and enjoy afternoon tea to the accompaniment of relaxing piano music from the wonderful Sandra Trehane.
Westbourne Together Stroke Group. Every Second Wednesday of each month 10.30am – 12.30pm. Come along to our monthly Stroke group for a friendly chat, advice and signposting to other services. Light refreshments will also be provided.
Memory Cafe. The second Thursday of every month in the Activity Room. A friendly social group with tea and biscuits. Chat and have fun with a range of engaging and stimulating activities to give your brain a bit of a workout. All welcome.
Therapeutic Singing. The last Thursday of every month at 10.30am. Hosted by Dementia Champion Megan Mackney. When memories are hard to retrieve, music is especially easy to recall. Please call to book your place.
Legal Advice. The first Friday of every month. A solicitor from Coles Miller will be here to give advice on all things legal including the preparation of will and Power of Attorney.
Mary, Lady Bankes née Hawtry was a Royalist who defended Corfe Castle from a three-year siege during the English Civil War from 1643 to 1645. She was married to Sir John Bankes, Lord Chief Justice of the Common Pleas and Attorney-General of King Charles I.
Please come and join a team and play on the 8ft x 8ft Scrabble board. This is a fun twist on a classic game. Refreshments will be provided. Please call to let us know you're coming.
Guide dogs, are assistance dogs trained to lead blind and visually impaired people around obstacles. The human does the directing, based on skills acquired through previous mobility training. The handler might be likened to an aircraft's navigator, who must know how to get from one place to another, and the dog is the pilot, who gets them there safely.
Adorable, docile and soft, alpacas are prized as pets and cattle around the world. Alpacas are domesticated versions of vicuñas, South American ruminants that live high in the Andes. Alpacas are related to llamas, which are domesticated versions of another wild Andean ruminant, the guanaco. While llamas are used as pack animals, alpacas are raised mainly for their soft wool.