Help beat the blues with older people’s council

Readers' news

Readers' news

Have your say

Book a mood lifting, stress-beating, treatment being provided by students from City College Brighton & Hove, Beauty and Therapy course level 2 on Monday 10 March 10am – 2.30 pm Martlets Hall Burgess Hill RH15 9NN.

Treatments on offer range from basic manicure or pedicure to massage and make-up therapies.

Speak to local organisations, who can show you how to make a movie, play scrabble or chess, swap recipes and knitting patterns, hear about new books in your local library, find out about local walking groups to join, discuss current affairs, make sure your car is ready for any weather, or have an introduction to golf.

Single, married, male or female, there is plenty for you to do at this event: find out about volunteering opportunities, and get information about joining clubs and activities.

Complimentary refreshments and lunch will be available.

Contact or ring the helpline 01444 242760, if you would like to go, but need help getting there. For treatments and how to book them see enclosed.

Grateful thanks go to West Sussex County Council, the Lynn Foundation, who are contributing toward the cost of the event, and Brighton and Hove City College and their lecturers and learners, who are providing the treatments free of charge.

The Annual General Meeting of the Mid Sussex Older People’s Council will be held on Friday 25 April 2014 at 10 am

The Function Suite, Clair Hall, Haywards Heath, RH16 3DN To consider the following items of business at Notice of Meeting

Apologies for Absence

Chairman’s Address

Treasurer’s Report

Questions on Items 3 and 4

Adoption of the Annual Report

Adoption of the Treasurer’s Report

Election of the Officers and Committee

Any Other Business.

Report contributed by Pauline Wadsworth , treasurer and trustee at Mid Sussex Older People’s Council.

Back to the top of the page