The Hibernian Lunch Club (The Hibernian Society)
A chance for older citizens to get out and meet people at
The Hibernian: Lunch Club
The Hibernian Society holds a lunch club at The Reading Irish Centre 3 days a week Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Everyone over 60 are welcome.
Monday: From 12 noon onwards, we have a 3 course lunch of crusty bread, a main course and cakes for afters. We then have seated yoga followed by bingo
Wednesday: From 12 noon onwards, we a 3 course lunch preceded by a glass of sherry or orange juice. The lunch consists of crusty bread and butter, a main course, and a pudding. We have a raffle, prizes are provided by one of the five tables each week. We then play bingo, usuall 2 games this is preceded by a 'snowball' game
Friday: We have crusty bread followed by fish and chips and a pudding. We then play bingo.
Most of our service users come in by ReadiBus this can be arranged by a phone call to Ready Bus Tel: 800 345 9234
We have a Chiropodist, and a Hairdresser visit the Lunch Club the hairdresser visits fortnightly, the chiropodist monthly. this takes place in our dedicated Welfare Room
We are here for you!!!!
Monday Wednesday and Friday 12 noon
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- 01189 426 932 01189 426 932 01491 680 823 01491 680 823
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Where to go
- The Reading Irish Centre
- RG1 7HT
Directions to RG1 7HT
The lunch cub takes place Monday and Wednesday in the upstairs function room. this is accesible by a ramp at street level or steps also at street level.
On Friday we hold the lunch club downstairs, this is accesible from street level
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- 12 noon onwards
- Time of day
- Session Information
Lunch and Friendship
- 4.00 Per Session
- Charge: £4.00
- Referral required
- Referral Details
No referral is required. The only requirement is that you are over 60!
- Other notes
We cater for the over 60's
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