A warm welcome to Tenterden Social Hub (previously Tenterden & District Day Centre) . We are a registered charity originally opened in 1980 by the Countess Mountbatten of Burma.
In the intervening 40 years, the centre has gone from strength to strength and today a number of other services and activities have been implemented for all types and ages of people.
Anyone over the age of 60 who likes to be socially active
People suffering with early-mid stage dementia
Anyone over 18 that is living with a learning or physical disability
These three key groups take place within our building but we also run services out-and-about in the local community including; meals-on-wheels, Helping Hands and a Community Transport service.
The new name, Tenterden Social Hub, reflects the ‘home and community based’ ethos.
We have a whole team focus at the Social Hub with staff having the confidence and ability to work across different areas of the Charity.