What do you do, and who for?A most popular platform for older people to socialise, enjoy traditional Chinese meals, and make new friends.
In addition to the twice-weekly luncheon activity, the members of the Luncheon Club have the opportunities to a wide range of events and activities, including Tai Chi and dance classes, trips to historical, natural and cultural attractions, seminars on various health topics, cookery classes and cultural and birthday celebrations.
The Club is sensitive to the cultural and language needs of those who use the services. The staff team and volunteers are bilingual in Chinese and English.
The Club has won the awards for its work in allotment gardening from Royal Horticulture Society and promoting diversity from Liverpool Mutual Homes.
Where to find us7th Floor, Gostins Building, 3-36 Hanover Street, Liverpool No No Other parking / public transport information Chargable public parking places available around Liverpool One area.
Other informationEligibility Criteria: Aged 50 years plus Service Hours: No Please contact the service for details. Yes Staff skills or quality marks:
All staff have undertaken the training courses in the fields of health and social care, communication skills and community work.No
Target AudiencesChinese Older People
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