Our Social Center is situated on Acre Road, off Middleton Park Avenue, next to Middleton Primary School.
We are open 6 days a week and 1 evening a fortnight.
Our lunch clubs run Monday, Tuesday, Thursdays and Fridays. Our lunch clubs are subsidised with grants from Leeds Community Foundation which means we can keep the cost to a minimum for our members.
A 2 course lunch will cost £4.00 each.
We have crafts at the centre and in the afternoon we have our Dance On class.
We have our Baking Club, Guest Speakers, Hearing aid clinic and Line Dancing in the afternoon.
We have Bacon Butties in the morning and once a month we have Live Entertainment, Tea Dance and our Memory Café. Have Trips once a month on a Wednesday. A weigh-in session on a Wednesday morning if you want to keep track of your weight weekly.
We have a Walking group weekly meeting at the centre at 11am on Wednesdays.
The centre now open on a Wednesday evening fortnightly 5.00-7.00 for a Pie & Peas evening and of course a few games of bingo. Please call and book first.
Morning we have ping pong and in the afternoon, we have quizzes and chair based games.
We now have our own in-house Hairdresser. Dawn who used to work at Partners is now joining us fortnightly on a Thursday 9am-2pm please book with us to avoid disappointment.
We have tea, toast and games in the morning. Our chair based exercise class is in the afternoon.
The Centre is now open on a Saturday; we serve a fully cooked breakfast for £3.00 in the morning; have an afternoon filled with bingo, games and a raffle. Also homemade sandwiches to order.
We have received funding from The Big Lottery Fund for a Gardening club; this will be on Saturday mornings 10-11.30am.
The centre is also selling sandwiches daily for the members to take home for their tea after they have had their 2 course meal at lunch time.
We also have an Annual holiday. We go away Monday to Friday. Please look in our newsletter for details. This year we are going to Newquay.
The centre supports people to live independent, fulfilling lives by organising activities and classes to bring people together. Also offer one to one support and advice and visit people in their homes.
If you would like to become a member it is FREE, just fill in the referral form below or call into our Social Centre for a cuppa.
You can always give us a call on (0113) 272 1050. Being a member will give you all the above benefits plus much more. You will also receive our quarterly newsletter.
We have a small staff team and a large volunteer team, without whom we could not operate without.
Thank you very much to Samantha Ely (Chief Officer) , Middleton Elderly Aid for the dialog on this blog.
To find out more and download the February Newsletter click here: middletonelderlyaid.org.uk