Saxon Day Centre

Welcome to the Saxon Day Centre

The Saxon Day Centre is currently closed, as required by the Government’s latest announcement on 30th October 2020. For more information on the effects of the Coronavirus Pandemic on the Saxon Day Centre’s operation please see our Coronavirus page.



The Saxon Day Centre is located in central Orpington and is a friendly, mainstream day care centre operated by Age Concern Orpington & District, a not for profit, charitable company.

We cater for elderly clients, including those who are physically frail and/or have dementia and who are in need of a day out from their home environment, or whose carers need a day of respite. We are open from Monday to Friday and currently have the capacity for up to 60 clients a day.

Our vision is to offer a thriving and affordable day care centre and to provide valued services to meet the demand of the elderly in the Orpington & District community.

Our qualified, experienced, care staff are on hand to attend to all personal care needs and provide a range of daily activities to support the physical and mental well being of our clients.

Please see our Services page for details of what we offer and costs. Contact us if you have any questions and or wish to take advantage of our services.

We believe that the Saxon Day Centre offers the best quality elderly day care in the Orpington area.

Click here to open an article in the News Shopper which captures a day in the life of those involved at the Saxon Day Centre and highlights the work we do.  

For the latest updates and news please see our social media pages – links below.

Charity

Age Concern Orpington is a not for profit, charitable company. We are a stand-alone organisation, dependant on income generated by the Saxon Day Centre. We are also immensely grateful to benefactors and members of the local community for kind donations as this makes all the difference to us.

You can make a donation by contacting our Centre Manager or via our Virgin Money Giving page (see bottom of the page for a link).

More on the history and current governance of the Saxon Day Centre can be found here.

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