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Haxby & Wigginton Day Centre
Margaret Turner
Telephone 764117    
 
Haxby and Wigginton Probus Club
Club Secretary: Val Whitcher
Recently retired? We meet on the first Tuesday of each month in the Methodist Church Hall to hear guest speakers on a wide range of topics. Coffee and biscuits are available from 10:00, and the meeting starts at 10:30,finishing before noon.

Click the link below to see this year's programme.
Telephone Val Whitcher on 01904 761282    vbwhit117@btinternet.com
www.oldorchard.co.uk/probus/
 
Haxby Senior Citizens Association
Telephone     
 
Keep Fit for Over 55s
Oaken Grove Community Centre
Telephone 769176    
 
Methodist Church Luncheon Club
c/o Methodist Church
Telephone     
 
The Pop Inn
Oaken Grove Community Centre
Telephone 769176    
 
U3A - The University of the Third Age
Membership Secretary - Dorothy Croft
We are a voluntary body in Haxby and Wigginton and the surrounding area set up for the benefit of people not in full time employment who like to exercise our minds and/or our bodies with others who share our interests.
some activities run by members include: Art, Bird Watching, Camera Club, Crafts, Current Affairs, French Beginners, French Advanced, History, Gardening, Mah Jong, Play Reading, Book Groups, Scrabble, Table Tennis, Walking Groups.
Website: u3asites.org.uk/haxby/wigginton
Our Monthly Meeting is usually 3rd Friday in the month at 2pm except August held in Wigginton Recreation Hall.
Admission for members is £1, non members £3

Membership costs £10 per year.
Contact Membership Secretary Dorothy Croft 01904 767392 or haxbywigginton_u3a@btinternet.com
Telephone 01904 767392    haxbywigginton_u3a@btinternet.com
www.u3asites.org.uk/haxby-wigginton
 
York 50+ Assembly
York Older People's Assembly members are all over 50 and member organisations represent the main groups working with older people in York. Our aim is to raise awareness of policy issues affecting our lives, to be well represented on the boards of the Council, Hospital Trust and Primary Care Trust through our Champions, to sit on policy-making committees, and to speak out in the press and media on local and national issues of concern to older people. We debate issues at public meetings, communicate through our quarterly newsletter, organise information fairs, and co-ordinate the York 50+ Festival in which over 7,000 people participate annually. We are part of the national initiative, Better Government for Older People, and we are working towards a sea-change in the public image of older people - from dependency to resourcefulness - which will benefit the entire community over the years to come. You are invited to join YOPA if you are over 50 and live within the City of York Council boundary. Membership is free. Click on the 'Membership' link to the left for more information about the Assembly and a membership form.
Telephone 01904 634661    yorkop.assembly@virgin.net
www.yorkassembly.org.uk