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Winchester Live At Home Scheme

A charity supporting older people in Winchester

Coming Up

Summer Closure: 15th– 28th August (Inclusive)

For two weeks in August we have decided to suspend all Live at Home activities at all venues. This gives our Staff, Volunteers and Instructors a short break so they'll be refreshed on our return to normal services in September.

The Live at Home office will still be open during this period so calls and emails will be answered however we would discourage people from visiting the office due to maintenance works at the United Church. If you do need to see us then please call to arrange a suitable time to visit.

Due to the Bank Holiday we have decided to continue with activities on Monday 14th August so that Monday groups are not missing out.

Autumn Outing: 22/09/2017

STEAM -  Swindon Rail Museum

Price £30 per person

The Steam Museum is housed in a beautifully restored Grade II listed railway building in the heart of the former Swindon railway works. The Museum tells the story of the men and women who built, operated and travelled on the Great Western Railway.famous locomotives, ‘drive’ the train simulator and even work the signals in the interactive GWR signal box!
Price includes two course lunch with hot drink, transport and museum entrance.

A non-refundable deposit of £5 is required to secure your place.

Newsletter - Summer 2017

To see our latest newsletter, please see our Newsletters page.

For more information about upcoming news and to see our calendar, please see our Activites page.

Winchester Live at Home Scheme is a charity offering support and friendship to local older people living in their own homes; helping to maintain independent living, improve well-being and reduce isolation.


Winchester Live at Home Scheme is part of Methodist Homes for the Aged, registered as a charity - No 1083995. Part of MHA Care Group.

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“ Live at Home is wonderful - it has made such a difference to my Dad's life and mine too!”

Family of Live at Home Member

- Winchester Live at Home Scheme Member

Video courtesy of Media Students from University of Winchester