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Age Concern

Age Concern Luton has been helping older people improve their overall quality of life, receive timely practical help, get out and about and retain dignity in later life for nearly 20 years.

We know that retirement can be a great opportunity for you to do all the things you’ve dreamt of and planned.  Here at Age Concern Luton we have a host of clubs and activities on offer which have been designed with other older people and can help you make the most of your golden years!  However, we also know that being older can often make the problems you face seem much more difficult to overcome and so we have a range of practical services that can help you get the right support when you need it most.

We run a Meet and Greet hospital discharge scheme and podiatry service, Handyman and Home Support services and provide a range of advice, information, and advocacy support through our Enhancing Lives team.  We run a number of lunch clubs, a befriending scheme and a telephone friendship club.

If you are experiencing a problem or have a concern but aren’t sure if we can help please phone us for a chat. 

Being able to make friendships, socialise and play an active role locally has an amazing affect on people’s happiness. We know (because older people all tell us!) that the most important part of any club is not the venue, food or the activities but is always the company!

At our lunch clubs members can get a freshly cooked hot meal and the opportunity to sit, talk and play games with other people. All our clubs are member led which means we leave it to members to decide what activities should be offered – in the last year we’ve had sing-a-longs, arts & crafts, bingo, quizzes, dominoes, and countless other fun things to do

Age Concern Luton run five Luncheon Clubs at two sites, in Limbury and Bury Park on Monday, Thursday and Friday.

Waiting lists may apply for some clubs, For further information please contact us on the number below.

Who to contact


Where to go

Age Concern Luton
Bradbury House
39 King Street

Last updated 07/11/2017