Manor Farm Centre
Manor Farm Lane, Egham, Surrey
Telephone: 01784 435278
Manager: Mrs Maureen Butler
Centre open: 9am to 4pm
The centre is run by a friendly team of staff who are happy to give advice and assistance on issues affecting older people.
There are hairdressers on site daily and a chiropodist visits every month. We offer a bathing service Monday and Wednesday mornings by appointment.
Centre themed parties are regularly organised as are day trips.
Our shop is opened daily between 11-12 noon selling personal and household goods.
We often have impromptu piano players dropping in to entertain our clients. This can happen any day at any time.
A hot meal is served at 12.15 pm each day, or you could partake in a very reasonably priced slice of a home-made cake with a cup of coffee from our well stocked tea bar, opened daily 10-12 noon and 1.30-3pm.
We are always happy to see new faces so either pop in or give Maureen, Sue or Liza a call on 01784 435278.
Below is an outline of the daily activities held at this centre:
Monday afternoon Tai Chi session 2pm to 3pm
Tuesday and Thursday 11am - 11.30am - exercise
Monday and Wednesday afternoons - Bingo
Thursday morning - art group - join this friendly, informal group and produce a range of work in various styles from painting to pencil work.
Friday afternoon - Bingo
Friday afternoon - 1.30pm - 4pm - whist
The centre is available to hire, contact the manager for further details
All applicants for centre hire should read carefully the notes set out below which will affect the application for hire.
The hours when the centre are available for hire:
5p.m - 10.30 p.m. Monday - Friday
9a.m - 10.30 p.m. Saturdays
Sundays and Bank Holidays by arrangement.
Please note: The centre is used between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday - Friday.
No booking of the centre for any use which requires any licence or consent of any kind will be accepted unless the necessary licence or consent is first obtained.
Should films, slides or videos form part of the function, then permission from the Community Services Officer must be obtained at the time of booking.
The applicant's attention is drawn to the liabilities under the Conditions of Hire and the applicant is advised to consider what insurance cover may need to be held.
120 (closely seated)
90 (if seated at tables around room)
It is a condition of hire that under no circumstances is the maximum number permitted to be exceeded.
The hirer is advised to contact the centre manager before the booking date to finalise any arrangements if required.
At the termination of each function, the hirer is responsible to ensure that the premises are left in a clean and tidy condition.
The hirer is responsible to set out the hall as required.
Caterers who require entry into the main kitchen or tea bar to bring foodstuffs for functions prior to the event, should liaise with the centre manager.
As most buildings are adjacent to residential dwellings, noise levels must be kept to a minimum when vacating the centres and surrounding area.
The Council reserve the right to demand a deposit.
Notice of cancellation in writing must be received by the Community Services Officer at least seven days prior to booking. Failure to comply will result in the hirer being responsible for full payment of the hire.