03:00AM, Monday 21 April 2014
Villagers in Old Windsor can have their say about the future of the Day Centre in Straight Road later this month.
Age Concern Slough and Berkshire East has organised an 'open day' for Wednesday, April 30 and everyone is invited to come along and have their say.
Currently the centre is open three days a week, on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday - offering activities such as bowls, line dancing, tai chi, bingo and darts plus a two course lunch to the senior residents from the village.
But Age Concern believes it could be open more days and would welcome suggestions on what people would like to do.
It could be anything from Saturday coffee mornings to movie afternoons - all ideas are welcome.
The Open Day starts at 10am and runs through to 2pm.
There will be free refreshments, a chance to do arts and crafts with Hands on Art and a demonstration exercise class.
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