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N M  L T N 01425 616 361 www.newmiltontalkingnews paper.org.uk Our free, weekly Talking Newspaper for the partially‐sighted is on memory stick and on our website. Articles mainly from The New Milton Advertiser and Lymington Times. Adam Singfield: editor@newmilton talkingnewspaper.org.uk


O: T C C 01590 677 198 www.thecoatescentre.co.uk The Coates Centre is situated in the grounds of Oakhaven Hospice, for those whose lives have been impacted by illness. It is for people who have been newly diagnosed with any illness, living with long term condions, caring for someone who is ill, or has been bereaved. We are a drop in service, open Monday to Friday 9am ‐ 5pm. Please see our website for the list of events held at The Coates Centre


P’ UK N F B 01425 638224 We meet at Boldre War Memorial Hall in Pilley on the 3rd Thursday of each month from 2pm ‐ 4.30pm G C B E For Parkinson sufferers every Tuesday at 10.30am £3.50 Ronni: 01590 688 887


P U C at Court Lodge, every Friday at 2.30pm. Free tea & cake. Make new friends over Scrabble & your favourite card game. All very welcome. 01590 673 956


S provides free home visits for older people in the Lymington area to discuss any worry or anxiety affecng their health or prevenng them from enjoying life to the full. Our trained volunteers discuss their problems, suggesng possible soluons, which Silverlinks can help to arrange, so they feel beer and more in control. Problems covered include lack of social contact, low income, ulity bills, housing issues, using computers, form filling, accessing health care or just talking things through. 07825 16 83 64 silverlinkslymington@gmail.com


S M’ C  P 01590 672896 www.stmarks‐pennington.org.uk S C C 1.30pm on 2nd and 4th Tuesdays each month. C M 10.15am every Wednesday. Church Centre, off The Square, Pennington. S N, P 01590 673484 Vintage Fitness, seated exercise to music Tuesdays & Thursdays 10.30am S T' C, L 01590 676 194


M L C provides a friendly welcome, good company and excellent food for older people. Delicious two course lunch with coffee/tea for £4 per person. Lunch served at 12.30pm in St Thomas’ Hall. V C The friendly Vistas Café operates on most weekday mornings in St. Thomas’ Church Hall, providing coffee, cake and biscuits. Wednesdays: 12noon to 1pm we offer a lunch menu which includes freshly made sandwiches, drinks and soup.


T S A www.salvaonarmy.org.uk/lymington I T ‐ Every Tuesday from 2pm ‐ 4pm at The United Reformed Church, Lymington. A recreaonal me for anyone who would like to drop in. There are table games, jigsaws, quizzes and entertainment amongst other things – occasional live music from ‘Just Us’. There is no charge for this and refreshments are served at a very moderate cost.


W’ I L www.hampshirewi.org.uk/wi‐page/lymington‐wi/ 01590 671427 lymwi2@gmail.com We are a reasonably large group of acve and very friendly ladies who meet once a month at the Lymington Community Centre. We offer a variety of interesng groups to whet your appete; drama, book club, skiles, oungs, walking etc. Come and give us a go; you will be warmly welcomed.


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