William & Patricia Venton Centre
The William and Patricia Venton Centre was donated to AGE Concern Eastbourne and opened in November 2000, and
ever since it has been used as a place for older people in Eastbourne to socialise, enjoy lunch, partake in a variety of
activities, and seek information, advice and guidance.
Our activities include, tai chi, creative writing, art class, computer lessons, dancercise and more. All designed to promote independence and wellbeing, and to enhance later life. Visit the Venton Centre for an up-to-date activity timetable.
Information and advice on health, welfare benefits, consumer issues, and local concerns can be obtained at the centre. We also offer a number of free services, providing professional legal advice, will-writing (conditions apply), and pension assistance.
The Pantry, our modern coffee shop cafe, is open to anyone of any age, and offers a selection of delicious snacks and
sandwiches freshly made on the premises. These are accompanied by a selection of speciality teas, coffees and homemade cakes.
The Venton Centre is located opposite Formula One AutoCentres car service centre in Junction Road, and can be easily accessed from the Beacon Centre, by the exit next to Sainsbury’s.
Mon to Fri 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.