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The Britten Club, Lowestoft, Suffolk

How it works

Join us at the Britten Club for fun, friendship and a flexible approach to day care.

When is the day club open?

Our Lowestoft day club is open Monday to Saturday 9am-3pm.

On Mondays and Wednesdays we set aside the club for members who are living with advanced dementia, so we can focus on enabling them to get the most out of their time with us.

What does a session cost?

You can buy a package of sessions or pay by the hour – it’s completely up to you. 

Packages start from £42 and include a home-cooked three-course lunch. If you pay by the hour, the fee is £9 per hour. You can add lunch for only £4.50.

There is an extra charge for hairdressing, the laundry service, assisted bathing and pamper sessions.

Can new people try the club first?

Yes, we offer a free trial session so that your loved one can experience the club, meet the team and decide for themselves.

How do you book?

Please call us or send us a message. We will then arrange to do a full assessment so we can understand your loved one’s care needs.

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0333 321 1984

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