Memory Cafe

Our Memory Cafe meets on Fridays from 11:00 to 13:00.

The Memory Cafe is not just for those with dementia but also those who want to keep mind and body active. We provide a social space with refreshments, quizzes and gentle exercise in a friendly environment. There is no charge but donations are very much appreciated.

All are welcome but please be aware that there is no care element to the Memory Cafe, and so people need to be independent or have a carer with them.


Community Cafe


Our Community Cafe meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12:00 to 15:00.

Refreshments and a hot lunch are available, along with an informal food bank. The cafe is not just for those in need but anyone who wants to come and enjoy a friendly sociable space.

All are welcome and there is no charge to use the facilities, although donations are very much appreciated to enable St. Andrew's to continue to provide this valuable service to the community.

Daniel's Den

Daniel's Den, our Parent and Toddler Group, meets on Wednesdays at 9:30 to 11:00 in the Scout Hut.

If you or anybody you know is interesting in attending the group, please contact them here.

Melrose Nursery School

The first Melrose nursery was established in September 2008 and was ran by Rose and Melanie who set the standard for high quality education and care within their nursery.

Rated Outstanding by Ofsted, they offer care to children aged 3 months and over. They are located at St. Andrew's Church and you can find more information, including opening times and contact information via their website here.

Beaver Scouts

The 3rd Sudbury Scout Group is located at St. Andrew's Church. If you'd interested and would like to learn more about what the Scouts do and how they can help your child to develop, please visit their website here.

National Trust Wembley & District Centre

The Wembley & District Centre is a local volunteer group of the National Trust. We meet on the third Thursday of the month at 8pm at St Andrew’s Church.

The fees for the Wembley & District Centre are £20 per year. You don’t need to be a member of the National Trust to join our group, however, you will have to pay the entrance fee to any National Trust properties we visit on our summer coach outings. If you come as a visitor, you will have to pay £2 per meeting.

We are a very active and friendly group so come along, enjoy the lectures, have a cup of tea and biscuits, and see for yourself.

For more information call Jean 07813 660 995

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