What's On

Crossroads Care
Gents Pub Lunch Club
Ladies Lunch Group
Active Living Groups
Social Events
Active Living Friendship Social Support Groups
Information and Support Drop in Sessions
Active Living Advanced Dementia Day

Staff are on hand at all groups and activities to take care of any aspect of personal care or mobility should it be required. Both are tailored for those, who due to ill health, disability or illness, struggle to get out of the house unaccompanied. We ask for a donation, which goes towards transport arrangements and care support.

Don’t hesitate to contact us if you, or someone you know, would like to join us on any of our fantastic trips or activities.  You will be put in touch with one of our friendly care co-ordinators who will arrange a home visit to get to know you and make the arrangements for you to come along with us.


Forest of Dean

March 2019


Friday 1st of March – Pamper Day at Crossroads Active Living with alternative care available

Friday 8th of March – The Sunshine Girls Ladies Lunch Club – Whitemead Part, Parkend.  Lunch and Bingo

Monday 11th of March – Friendship Group Outing to Trioscape Garden Centre, Newent

Friday 15th of March – Gents Pub Club – The New Inn, Shortstanding

Friday 22nd of March – The Forest Belles Ladies Lunch Club – Whitemead Park, Parkend.  Lunch and Bingo

Saturday 23rd of March – Saturday Race Night at Blakeney British Legion – Raising money for Crossroads Social Events for Unpaid Carers

Wednesday 27th of March – Men’s Skittles Club at Oaklands Sports and Social Club, 4-7pm

Saturday 30th of March – Spring Craft Fair and Owl Experience, 1.45pm – 4pm.

Active Living - Foxes Bridge, every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday (excluding bank holidays)


March 2019

Every Monday - Active Living at Aspire Community Hub.





Take the chance to have a break from your caring role by taking advantage of our wonderful group support sessions.

Whether it is a pub club, ladies lunch or social group, attendees are empowered to take part in stimulating, achievable and meaningful activities, promoting independence, communication and their cognitive ability.

Fully trained support workers are on hand for any aspect of personal care or to assist with mobility and support to access to transport can be provided, or is on hand, at all events.

There is a small charge for these events, however, this is subsidised through continuous fundraising and donations from members of the public and Crossroads support staff.

Get in touch or pop in for a look and a coffee, where you will be warmly welcomed by the group leader. Alternatively, contact our office to book your place.

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