Brendoncare Online Social Clubs


In addition to their Community Clubs, Brendoncare offers members the chance to join in virtually, too. Online chat groups, themed classes and exercise sessions all take place via Zoom video call, a free-to-download app for your smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer. Online meetups are a great way for members to keep connected, especially if, for whatever reason, they are unable to attend our community clubs in person. And, if a Brendoncare member goes on holiday or stays with their family for any length of time, online clubs are a fantastic way to be part of the fun and friendship.

Sessions include:
- Monday Morning Friendship Club (weekly, Monday mornings)
- Digital Drop in (4.30pm on 1st Tuesday of every month)
- Cooking for One (monthly, days vary)
- Brendoncare Monthly Quiz (monthly, Wednesday afternoons)
- Online Variety Hour (monthly, days vary)
- Monthly Quiz (monthly, Wednesday afternoons)
- Virtual Voices (monthly, Wednesday evenings)

Please check their website for more information and up to date listings.

About Brendoncare Clubs

Brendoncare Clubs is a charity, dedicated to enriching the quality of life of older people. There are a wide range of friendship and wellbeing clubs in Hampshire and Dorset, providing older people with opportunities for social interaction and to meet new friends in a welcoming and supportive environment. There are currently 90+ clubs offering fun and friendship to 1,400 members. The clubs are run by a team of dedicated volunteers, supported by a small team of locality managers.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Brendoncare membership is the only way to attend these sessions. Open to everyone, it costs £12 a month and includes a range of benefits to help get the most out of your membership.

Find out more

Brendoncare Clubs

01962 857 099



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Rushmoor Link Community Directory

Welcome to the Rushmoor Link community directory. This is the place to find very local information about activities, groups and community services. Whether you are looking for support, to improve your health and wellbeing, socialise more, get active, learn something new or find a place to meet, Rushmoor Link is a good place to start.

How to get started. Choose a category. Information is sorted into categories by service or organisation name. The directory focuses on what is available locally through statutory, community and voluntary organisations.

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