Concern Wadebridge

Concern Wadebridge, formerly Wadebridge Concern for the Aged, is a small local independent charity supporting local people who are over 50.

We provide a Community Hub where people can enjoy various activities or just come and have a cup of tea or coffee and meet friends old and new.

Other local charities also use the centre throughout the week (U3A, Memory Café, Carers Support, Quakers, St Mary’s Church, Speak Ability etc.).

It is a vibrant hub where visitors are always welcome and many friendships are made whilst enjoying a cuppa!

Come and join us at The John Betjeman Centre on Southern Way – we look forward to seeing you.

Proms at the Minack 

Latest News

ccf_logoWe have received a grant from Cornwall Community Foundation enabling the purchase of three new table tennis tables plus equipment. Come and join us in the pavilion Monday nights 7pm to 9pm £2 to include coffee/tea and biscuits. Everyone welcome beginners or experienced players 

Another session of table tennis to start Friday 3 February 2017 from 9.00am to 11.30am £1 per session refreshments not included. Everyone welcome beginners or experienced players 

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Michelin Chef Paul Ainsworth becomes Patron of Concern Wadebridge

“Concern Wadebridge really does live up to its name. It’s there for people in the Wadebridge Area. It provides invaluable support to individuals andRead More...
By : Andy Lyle | Jun 21, 2017

Cornwall Show June 8th 9th and 10th

Concern Wadebridge ROYAL CORNWALL SHOW 2017  June 8th, 9th and 10th End of day 2, what a day helped so many people get aroundRead More...
By : Sid Frangleton | Apr 25, 2017
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Autumn Program

Concern Wadebridge  launches its Autumn program of activities at The John Betjeman Centre. With additional Music to Movement Activities being introduced alongside the existingRead More...
By : Andy Lyle | Sep 22, 2016
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New Month and New Activities

May again sees Concern Wadebridge developing and supporting new activities at The Betjeman Centre. With a successful open meeting supporting carers of those diagnosedRead More...
By : Andy Lyle | Apr 27, 2016