Welcome to Age Concern – Lutterworth & District
“To promote the well-being for all those people in later life of Lutterworth and the surrounding villages, to make it a fulfilling and enjoyable experience, a Lutterworth charity working for local people.
Please look around and feel free to contact us with any questions!
Meet The Team
The shop is managed by Alison and Jane, and Lizzie.
We provide information on a variety of subjects and have leaflets on benefits, housing, insurance etc. for collection from our office, for example…
Pensions and Benefits
If you need advice on benefits or pensions Alison can arrange a visit to your home from a work and pensions advisor. There are no forms to fill in, it is all done for you – just phone us on 01455 557116.
Travelling Lunch Club
Enjoy a lunch out with friendly company, a trip through our lovely villages and countryside and on to a different pub every month to enjoy a 2 course dinner.
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How To Help
Do you enjoy meeting people and have some free time to spare ?
We are looking for volunteers to help either in our shop or out at our events or services that we run sometimes weekly or monthly.
If you’d like to help raise money for the charity, there are several ways you can help out!
If you regularly shop online, you can earn donations for us at no extra cost to yourself.
Knitters can help us out by knitting or crocheting smoothie hats for the Big Knit, and earn 25p for us for each hat donated!
We’re always grateful for whatever help we get, and would like to give a big thank you to everyone who has helped us!
We’re always in need of more donations for our shop, whether clothes, toys, bric a brac, electronics, jewellery or anything else!
The only thing we unfortunately can’t accept is large furniture due the size limitations of our shop floor.
We have active eBay and Amazon accounts so that we can sell our higher value collectible items online.
If you have anything that you think might have a value and would like to donate it to us please call or bring it straight down to the shop.
Words of Wisdom
“Ageing is not lost youth but a new stage of opportunity and strength.” Betty Friedan