Local services and support
Cambridgeshire Hard of Hearing Club
Local meals on wheels service.
Care and Support
Information from Cambridgeshire County Council.
Student visiting service for the elderly and housebound in Cambridge.
Developing new and useful opportunities in libraries for people over 50 years old.
St Martin's Day Centre
Day Centre serving the south east of Cambridge.
Cambridge Online online tutorial
How to use the internet.
Where to buy computers, and people who will mend them for you.
Cambridge Adult Education and Lifelong Learning
Community education, courses, educational establishments, etc.
University of the Third Age in Cambridge
Educational and social activities for those no longer in full-time employment.
Advice and ways to volunteer, both locally and beyond.
Local and national websites about sheltered housing and nursing homes.
On Cambridge City Council website.
A non-competitive, recreational rowing club in Cambridge for over 50s.
Events for Senior Citizens
Various events, including Tea Dances. In the Guildhall, Market Square, and elsewhere.
Fenland Fillies of Guyhirn Red Hat Society
How to grow old disgracefully. Guyhirn is south of Wisbeck, but the members come from a wider area.
Free bus passes
Council application form for bus pass for pensioners.
Mayor's Day Out
Annual day out for senior citizens of Cambridge.
Museums and places to go in Cambridgeshire and East Anglia.
16-25, Family and Friends, Senior, Disabled Persons and Network railcards.
Bus, train, bike, car, plane, foot.
Sells mobility scooters and other equipment for the elderly. In Seymour Street.
Transport for those with a Disability
Help with transport for those with a disability, such as Blue Badge, Shopmobility, etc.
Local and online information about benefits.
General money matters, including pensions.
Including information about the state pension.
Includes useful fact sheets on a variety of issues.
Age UK Cambridgeshire
Working with and for older people in Cambridgeshire.
Woodland burial ground, between the villages of Barton and Comberton.
Meaningful final resting places for cremation ashes, inspired by the ancient burial mounds of our prehistoric ancestors. Near St Neots.