03:12PM, Tuesday 16 May 2017
Male support group Men’s Matters celebrated a re-launch on Wednesday after becoming an officially registered charity.
The Windsor-based group, which aims to tackle isolation among older men, made it on to the Charity Commission on Wednesday, May 3.
The re-launch was held at the Sheet Street offices of Radian Home.
The event was attended by Royal Borough Deputy Mayor Cllr John Lenton, and Deputy Mayoress Margaret Lenton, as well as Royal Borough councillors and staff, healthcare representatives and faith leaders.
Attendees listened to speeches and presentations on the progress.
Men’s Matters chairman Tim Walker said: “We were delighted by the response to our launch.
“We will continue doing our best to help older men in and around Windsor to live with great purpose and enthusiasm.”
Men’s Matters has weekly drop-in centre meetings every Monday from 1pm to 3.30pm at All Saints Church in Dedworth Road.
Visit www.facebook.com/mens.matterswindsor for more information.
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