How it works | The Prince George Club, Ipswich, Suffolk | Care UK

You are here

The Prince George Club, Ipswich, Suffolk

How it works

Join our club and you can socialise with friends, enjoy a home-cooked lunch and take part in all the activities we organise.

Our specially trained and compassionate carers are always on hand to make sure your loved one has a great day out and all their social and medical needs are met. The team can also provide support for people living with Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia.

  • Open Monday to Friday 9.30am - 4.00pm*
  • Purchase by the hour or save with a day package
  • A fresh home-cooked two-course lunch included in a day package (4.5 hours or more)
  • Transportation to and from the club can be arranged (at an additional cost)

*If you require day care outside of our core hours you can discuss your requirements with the club manager who will try to accommodate your request, however we would need 48 hours’ notice. Please be aware the care may be delivered in the adjacent care home.


  • Day packages start from £35* and include a two-course lunch
  • Alternatively book by the hour – £9 per hour, add lunch for only £4.50
  • Hairdressing, laundry service, assisted bathing, pamper sessions and transport are available at an extra charge

*A full assessment will be carried out to understand each individual’s care needs and a price will be quoted accordingly, prior to booking. All prices are subject to change.

Free one day trial

When joining a new club, there’s a lot to consider for everyone involved; the new member and loved ones. Will they enjoy it? Will the club cater for their needs? This is why we offer each new member a FREE trial to experience the club and all it has to offer, meet the team and then decide for themselves.

Terms and conditions: Available for new privately funding members only. The offer cannot be used more than once. Subject to availability.

What's next

Book a viewing

Book now

Call us

0333 321 1986

What's new at The Prince George Club

Our news

Advice on celebrating New Year when a family member, neighbour or friend has dementia

Advice on celebrating New Year when a family member, neighbour or friend has dementia

December 31 2018

Dementia experts at Care UK are advising families to re-visit the past this New Year, to benefit loved ones living with dementia – and to think twice about incorporating noisy fireworks into midnight celebrations.

Read more >

Cracking Christmas conversation starters to support people with dementia

Cracking Christmas conversation starters to support people with dementia

December 21 2018

A Care UK dementia expert is advising families to thinking about how to include loved ones with dementia in conversations this Christmas.

Read more >

Care UK rejects CMA claims

Care UK rejects CMA claims

December 6 2018

Care UK does not accept the Competition and Markets Authority’s views on the matter of administration fees and will be defending any legal action the CMA may choose to take against us.

Read more >

Health news

Practicing mindfulness

Practicing mindfulness

February 19 2019

Mindfulness has been shown to help people with mental and physical health problems, from stress, anxiety and depression to chronic pain, eating disorders a

Read more >

Read more news >