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What's on this week ... 

The Saturday Company Club

Join us for a social gathering on the 1st Saturday of every month. It's the perfect way for you and the person you care for to learn something new and make new friends. Experiences include wine tasting, art, baking, gardening, pottery, and music, all accompanied by a delicious afternoon tea.

The Tuesday Lunch Club

The Tuesday Lunch Club is a weekly event at the Blue Anchor pub in Crowborough. Members are welcome between 10:30 - 14:30 for a Good Company session. Lunch, unlimited tea and coffee, and a delicious cake cost £9.95 per person, with an additional £5 for transport if needed. Good Company Hosts can also provide respite for people living with dementia in or around Crowborough, to give carers a break.

The Wednesday Supper Club

Join us for a dementia-welcoming supper and sing-along on the 3rd Wednesday of every month from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm at the Blue Anchor Pub in Crowborough. Our ever-growing songbook includes The Beatles, Neil Diamond, The Sound of Music, and Doris Day.

Come sing your heart out with us!

The Thursday Walking Club

You are welcome to join our walking group on the 4th Thursday of each month. We stroll through local parks or forests, enjoying fresh air, exercise, and good company. Walks are no more than 45 minutes, always ending at a local café or pub for a cup of tea and cake.

Dogs are always very welcome.

      Specialist Hosting
Good Company Specialist Hosting is an affordable way to get a regular break accredited by the East Sussex County Council Support With Confidence scheme.

At our weekly Tuesday Lunch Club, members can be picked up, hosted and have a pub lunch, refreshments and entertainment based on their hobbies and interests for £45 a session.

Our Specialist Hosts vetting process includes enhanced DBS and background checks, comprehensive training and regularly supervision to ensure a consistently high quality of service. 
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"I had to take painkillers after Supper Club as I laughed so hard my tummy hurt!"

~ Caryl
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