Keep Warm, Keep Well – Over 50s Event (Monday 28th January 2019, 10.30am – 3.30pm)

Sefton OPERA and Sefton Council’s Affordable Warmth Team invite you to The Atkinson, Southport on Monday 28th January 2019 (10.30am-3.30pm) for the Keep Warm, Keep Well event for Sefton residents over 50.

Information stands for local residents will be available between 10.30am-12.30pm, followed by a free tea dance from 1.30pm.

Click here to download the information poster

Please contact on 0151 330 0479 or 07452 867 648 or email admin@seftonopera.org.uk for further details.

 

Time to Get Together; Sefton Opera Social Afternoons – Starting 2nd May 2018

Sefton OPERA and The Royal Hotel in Waterloo have joined forces to beat loneliness.

On the first Wednesday of every month there will be a get together at the Waterloo hotel between 2.30pm and 4pm with free coffee and tea.

In addition to the refreshments people dropping in will be treated to different activities provided by Sefton Opera including massages, gentle chair exercises, talks, games, quizzes and more.

The first social afternoon starts Wednesday, 2nd May  with the other afternoons planned for June 6th, July 4th, August 1st and September 5th.

For more details contact 0151 330 0479.

Keep Warm Keep Well Event at the Atkinson (Mon 16th January)

Sefton Council, in partnership with Sefton OPERA, are tackling fuel poverty in the area with a special Keep Warm Keep Well event, as part of the national Warm Homes Campaign.

The campaign is run by fuel poverty charity National Energy Action (NEA), which aims to raise awareness of the problem and some of the solutions available for those struggling to heat their homes affordably.

The aim is to provide advice and information (as well as freebies) to Sefton residents, to assist them to keep warm and healthy in their homes (through access to grants, increasing income and improving energy efficiency). There will be stalls from a variety of other local organisations including welfare rights and home improvements, as well as some fun activities, such as tai chi and massages.

Cllr Trish Hardy, Cabinet Member Communities and Housing, said: “Sadly fuel poverty is a serious and growing concern, with some households in Sefton unable to afford to properly heat their homes. Through the Warm Homes Campaign we hope to improve the life chances of residents who are struggling with their fuel bills and ensure they can stay warm and healthy in their homes this winter.”

Mrs P, 85, who was helped at a previous Keep Warm Keep Well event said: “I obtained some great advice and information. As well as being able to make my home warmer, my income increased as a referral made at the event was successful”.

The event takes place at the Atkinson, Lord Street, Southport from 11am-12.30pm on Monday, January 16, followed by an over 50’s tea dance from 1.30pm.

Sefton OPERA’s ‘In Stitches’ events (Wednesdays, 10am-12noon at St Matthews Church)

Are you interested in meeting likeminded people who love to knit/crochet and have a cuppa?

Held on Wednesday 10.00 a.m till 12.00 a.m at St Matthews Church, Stanley Road, Bootle.  If you would like to come along please ring us on the number or just come along and have some fun.

Please contact on 0151 330 0479 or admin@seftonopera.co.uk

Sefton O.P.E.R.A
St Matthews Church
410 Stanley Road
Bootle
L20 5AE