Situated in the heart of Windsor, the King George VI Day Centre was purpose-built by the Windsor Old People’s Welfare Association, a registered charity, as a lunch and social club for older Windsor residents. The Centre was opened in 1958 by H.R.H. Queen Elizabeth II.

The King George VI Day Centre aims to provide a safe and friendly environment, where members are encouraged to maintain their independence and wellbeing through activities and social interaction. 

Join us as a member, a volunteer or just a helper


  • Getting there

    Each morning our minibus picks up members from all over Windsor
    while others make their own ways to the centre.

  • Tea or Coffee with your biscuits?

    Coffee, tea and biscuits are served by our volunteers while everyone
    catches up on news and gossip.

  • Lunch

    Lunch is a high point every day, with a freshly cooked, nutritious and delicious three course meal prepared in our own kitchen.
    Naturally we cater for special dietary needs.

  • SMILE on Tuesdays

    S.M.I.L.E. (So Much Improvement with a Little Exercise) visits on Tuesdays to provide some gentle pre-lunch exercise and offers social events for S.M.I.L.E. attendees across the borough.

  • Looking good

    Our hairdresser is available every Thursday in a purpose-built salon to make you look good.

  • Feel like you are walking on air.

    Every six weeks our foot health specialist treats members' feet and toenails by appointment.

Members enjoying lunch