Services provided in the Waverley Borough

Community Meals

The Community Meals Service is run by independent, local charitable organisations and is for people who need help to make sure they regularly have nutritious cooked meals.

You can book for a few weeks or sign up for as long as you want, it's up to you.

Contact your nearest centre

Contact the centre covering your area for details on menus and pricing. The centres providing the Community Meals Service are independent, local organisations.


Visit the Brightwells Gostrey website or telephone 01252 727280

Godalming and Farncombe

Visit the Farncombe Day Centre website or telephone 01483 426685

Haslemere, Milford and Witley

Visit the Haslewey website or telephone 01428 648716

Cranleigh, Bramley and surrounding villages

There is no local, independent provider that delivers hot meals for residents living in this area.

Alternative support

There are other food companies which deliver prepared frozen meals to your door including Oakhouse FoodsWiltshire Farm Foods and Cook.

Age UK Surrey offer a Help at Home service which includes help with light meal preparation as well as housework, changing bed linen, ironing and other household tasks. This is a paid for service. 

Visit the Age UK Surrey website or telephone 01483 503414

If you are no longer able to prepare meals for yourself, you may wish to contact Surrey County Council Adult Social Care about your overall support needs.

Home equipment finder

If you, or someone you know, struggles with daily tasks like remembering to take medication, preparing a meal or moving around your home, Surrey County Council's home equipment finder may help you to find the equipment that will help you stay well and independent at home. Visit the Home Equipment Finder website. 


The Careline alarm can help people live independently, knowing that help is at hand at the touch of a button.

Waverley Borough Council provide a local personal service to people in and around Waverley, Surrey.

Find more infomraiton on the Waverley Council website.

Community Transport 

Dial a ride

There are three dial a ride services which cover Godalming, Cranleigh and Haslemere. We offer a dial a ride service in Farnham but because of the way it is funded, it is known as Demand Responsive Transport (DRT).

You can book to be dropped off and picked up from anywhere within the zone you live. Popular destinations include local supermarkets, the library, day centres and other town centre locations.

Find out which zone you live in

Hoppa covers towns and villages in Waverley, Surrey. For efficiency, we have divided the borough into four zones. Check the quick reference guide  to find out which service covers the area where you live.

Social centres in the community

Social Centres for the Community are caring environments that offer the opportunity to socialise, exercise and take part in a wealth of activities each weekday. Centres offer a hot, freshly prepared lunchtime meal as well as a range of light refreshments and a number of onsite services such as hairdressing, beauty therapy and chiropody.

All Centres are adapted and equipped to support people with additional need and offer door to door transport to and from the venue.

Clockhouse Community Centre, Milford

The Clockhouse Community Centre
Chapel Lane
United Kingdom

Telephone: 01483 420668

The Clockhouse located in Milford provides a range of activities for the community. Age UK Surrey and the Clockhouse merged recently and are together dedicated to improving the lives of people in the community through person-centred services and activities.