Getting older is no reason to stop enjoying activities and days out with friends and family. Some aspects of old age do make it more difficult though – that’s why we’ve put together these guides to enjoying older age in Kent which take in to account accessibility every step of the way. From cultural activities, to family days out, to the best places to enjoy an afternoon tea, we’ve got you covered.
Joining a lunch club is a great way for older people to keep sociable, eat healthily and check-in regularly with members of their local community. Use the button below to find a lunch club near your relative.
Dover Castle is a brilliant day out for all the family, young and old. You can walk around the castle and grounds, see the Great Tower and underground bunkers, and then sit down to enjoy afternoon tea by the famous white cliffs!
Getting out and about becomes more difficult as people get older, especially when you stop driving and feel less confident using public transport.
Thankfully, Kent has a fantastic number of community transport schemes, including dial-a-ride, voluntary car sharing, and community buses for older people. Use the button below to find out more.