Age UK Maidstone

We are a successful independent local charity registered in 1972 promoting the welfare of the older residents of the Borough. We were originally founded in 1957 as Maidstone Old People’s Welfare Committee.

Here at Age UK Maidstone, we believe older people are entitled to the help they need to improve their own sense of well being, to promote independence and to have control of their own lives.

An example of the work we do

Computer classes

If you are thinking about buying a computer or already own one, but are not sure how to get started, then our free classes are perfect for you.
All that we ask is that you are over the age of 50 and are a Maidstone Borough council taxpayer.
Each class takes place in our Mill Street office computer suite twice a week over a four-week period and can accommodate up to eight people.

In each two-hour session you will learn basic but essential skills such as mouse control, internet browsing, keyboard skills and how to create your own email address.  

Over 300 local people have completed the course so far and our classes have helped people to book holidays and tickets online, contact loved ones and interact with others on social networking sites.

If you would like sign up for our classes, please contact our Mill Street office using the details below.

Age UK Maidstone

Key people & contact details

  • Our Chief Executive is Paul Coles
  • Our Independent Living Support Service Supervisor is Linda Vince
  • Angela Kent (pictured) is our Information and Advice Manager
You can contact Age UK Maidstone by phone, email or post.

Address: Age UK Maidstone, 7 Mill Street, Maidstone ME15 6XW

Phone: 01622 753618



News about us

We are running a FREE MONTHLY hearing clinic in our Mill Street Office

Working with OWEN HEARING, we are holding a clinic every second Thursday of the Month.

The hearing clinic can:

· Service and clean all makes of hearing aids
· Test hearing
· Re-tube NHS hearing aids
· Supply private hearing aids
· Give advice and supply products to help overcome Tinnitus
· Supply batteries at just £1 per pack
DCLG announces new funding for FirstStop network
DCLG announces new funding for FirstStop network

Housing Minister Brandon Lewis took the opportunity of a visit to Age UK Norfolk this morning to publicly

Residents celebrate awards for best later life housing
Residents celebrate awards for best later life housing

The best retirement and extra care housing – decided by the votes of older people themselves - won nation

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