Do you care for someone who is becoming forgetful?
Or know a carer who needs time off?

We may be able to help.

Mid Surrey Dementia Care Trust operates The Conservatory Club at the Fairfield Centre in Leatherhead for people with memory difficulties or in the early stages of dementia.

Welcome to our website, which provides you with information about what we do and how we do it to help you get the support that you or a loved one might need. 

COVID 19 NOTICE

OUR CLUB IS NORMALLY OPEN MONDAY TO FRIDAY FROM 10am TO 3pm BUT WE ARE VERY SORRY THAT DUE TO THE GOVERNMENT’S SOCIAL DISTANCING MEASURES IN PLACE BECAUSE OF THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC, THE CONSERVATORY CLUB IS CURRENTLY NOT ABLE TO OPERATE.    WE MISS SEEING OUR MEMBERS AND AS SOON AS GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED AND WE CAN OPERATE SAFELY IN LINE WITH GOVERNMENT ADVICE, WE WILL RE-OPEN AND WELCOME BACK CURRENT AND NEW MEMBERS.

The aims of The Conservatory Club

To help people with memory difficulties to retain their communication and social skills.

To provide relief to carers from the demanding responsibilities of caring.

What support is available to members?

We assess those with memory difficulties to ensure that they will benefit from the Club's services.  Members attend the Club up to 3 days a week and participate in activities and social interaction in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

What support is available to carers?

While a member is at the Club, carers have a period of respite from the unremitting role of caring.  This respite helps many to continue caring for their loved one at home for longer than might otherwise have been possible.

How much does it cost?

Members pay £20 per day and this includes the cost of lunch and incidentals.  We understand that this may prove difficult for some people and our Club Treasurer is available to discuss and advise on alternative arrangements.

What to do now?

For further information, or to discuss a possible visit to the Club, please contact our Senior Club Manager Pauline Simons on 07913 707704.