Biggin Hill Community Care

Biggin Hill Community Care (BHCCA) provides services and activities for people over 50 living in Biggin Hill or the surrounding area. The activities are shown below but more details can be found: 

  • on our website
  • by calling our office on 01959 577400
  • by coming into our office on a Tuesday or a Thursday between 9.30am and 3pm. Our office is in St. Mark’s Centre, Church Road, TN16 3LB.

Our friendly and sociable Lunch Club welcomes new people. We meet every Wednesday at St. Mark’s Centre for a 3 course meal cooked on the premises. Tea and coffee is served afterwards in our comfortable lounge with an opportunity to socialise. The current cost is £8.

We are able to support those who are experiencing physical disability, isolation, frailty, early stage dementia and carers needing a break from their caring role. The Centre is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10.30am to 3.30pm and is based at St. Mark’s Centre, Church Road. Transport may be available for Biggin Hill residents. You can self refer if you pay for your own care or you can ask to be referred by Social Services or another professional service if they are supporting you. A free trial session is available to see if this service is right for you. There will just be a charge for the lunch.

If you enjoy painting or drawing you can meet others who enjoy the same hobby. Our friendly group meets every Wednesday at St. Mark’s Centre from 2pm. Everyone is welcome from novice to expert.

We welcome everyone - even if you can’t sing! We meet on the first Tuesday of each month from 2pm to 4pm at the New Life Church Hall, Main Road, Biggin Hill (Next to Waitrose)

If you enjoy tapestry, embroidery or cross stitch, our stitching group meets at St. Mark’s Centre on Wednesdays from 10am.

Our assisted shopping takes place every Friday morning and is for Biggin Hill residents who live independently, but need help with their weekly shop. Transport is provided to and from Waitrose and Tesco where a volunteer will help with the shopping if required. Tea and coffee is served in the New Life Church afterwards.

BHCCA is an independent, not for profit charity which has to provide its own income though the charges it makes for its services and donations. BHCCA pays rent for the use of St. Mark’s Centre through the London Borough of Bromley who hold the lease for three days a week. BHCCA has no direct link with St. Mark’s Church, but is very grateful for the practical support it receives from it.