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Organisation Name St Oswalds Family Centre Lunch Club
Description St Oswalds Family Centre Lunch club is for older people and younger people requiring support (including people with physical impairments and/or sensory impairments, learning disabilities or mental health issues). The club provides an opportunity to mix socially in Abbeydale, Bannerdale, Carterknowle, Chancet Wood, Millhouses, Nether Edge, Norton Lees, Sharrow, Totley and Woodseats. Transport is available if required. ThelLunch club is held in S7 (Tuesday and Friday).

3 for lunch and 2 for transport (please check the price for accuracy)

How do I get there?
Car parking available. There are limited places on the clubs own transport for people with walking difficulties. Bus numbers 97 and 98 run between Ecclesfield and Totley/Totley Brook and run along Abbeydale Road and stop close to the lunch club venue. Bus number 85 and 505 run from the city centre along Carterknowle Road towards Millhouses and Abbeydale Road stopping outside St Oswald's. Bus number 87 runs along Abbeydale Road.

Local Website http://www.st-peter-and-st-oswalds.co.uk/
Contact Details
St Peter & St Oswalds Church Hall
Abbeydale Road (corner of Bannerdale Road)
South Yorkshire
S7 2BL  (Please click on the postcode link to view location on Multimap)
Disabled Access Details: Wheelchair Accessible; Wheelchair Accessible Toilet;

Contact Name: Mrs Anne Hanley
Telephone 1: 0114 274 5799
Service/Activity Details: Tuesday & Friday 12noon-2pm
Second Contact
Contact Name: VAS Lunch Club Referral Service
Telephone 1: 0114 253 6674
Email: lunchclub@vas.org.uk
Record last Amended 05/02/2015

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