New café set to bring people together in Dudley

People aged 67 and over who have a disability are benefiting from a new monthly coffee morning in Dudley.

The Age Ability Café, which has been set up by the Queens Cross Network in partnership with Disability in Action, runs on the last Friday of every month from 10am to 1pm. Organised with support from Dudley Council, the café is held at the Queens Cross Network building on Wellington Road, Dudley.

Those attending will have the chance to enjoy food and drink with their peers and can benefit from a range of organised activities on offer during the session. There will also be information on accessing relevant support services. Councillor Nicolas Barlow, cabinet member for adult social care, said:

“Living with a disability can be isolating for some of our residents and this can especially be the case for older people, which is why we are supporting this fantastic café morning.

“With a variety of activities on offer and signposting to support services also available there, we are confident that people will truly benefit from this session.”

People who want to find out more about the Age Ability Cafe can call Colette or Tim on 01384 813460.

A number of other monthly café meetings also take place at Queens Cross Network including Deaf sign café, working age dementia group and Access in Dudley group, and Dudley MS Society.



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