Weekly Lunch Menu

June 1st-3rd 2021

Monday 31st Main; Closed

Dessert; Closed

Tuesday 18th Main; Chicken Casserole with mashed potatoes and swede and carrots.

Dessert; Floating meringues

Wednesday 19th Main; Gammon steak braised with pineapple, home cooked chips,peas and baked tomatoes

Dessert; Syrup sponge pudding

Thursday 20th Main; Home made fish pie with broccoli and parsley sauce

Dessert; Lemon pots


Help Fund Us

The King George VIth Day Centre, provides a vital service to the elderly community of Windsor. The Day Centre is a safe and friendly environment, where members are encouraged to maintain their independence and well being through activities and social interaction. The Day Centre is entirely funded by charitable contributions and in the current economic environment may become the only haven in Windsor for the elderly.

We need sponsorship and/or funding that will enable us to modernise and expand our facilities and services so that the isolated and deprived elder members of our community can at least have somewhere to go for a good meal and a chat. We are happy to accept straightforward donations but if it is necessary to equate any monies to a specific objective, we have the following projects that need sponsorship:

Refurbishment and Modernisation
The day Centre was purpose built in 1958 and is therefore in severe need of redecoration and modernisation to bring the building’s infrastructure up to contemporary standards.

Mini Bus
The Day Centre runs a minibus service to pick up and return our less mobile members every day (Mon – Thus). The current service runs at a loss, due to the high cost of fuel, insurance and road tax. If you would like to help us to continue to run this service please donate some funds or voluteer as a a driver.



Volunteer NOW!

KGVI Day Centre is a registered charity under W.O.P.W.A. (Windsor Old Peoples’ Welfare Association). Our funding is largely from charitable donations and our staff are mostly volunteers.

We always need more volunteers to provide the following services:

– Driving our minibus for about 3 hours per day, 1.5 hours in the morning and 1.5  hours again in the afternoon

General Volunteering in our centre to include making tea, serving lunch, helping hand in the kitchen and generally interacting with members!


Find all contact details on our Contact Page!

How To Join

Membership of the Day Centre is open to all Windsor Residents over the age of 60.

The annual Membership Fee is £20.

The Daily charge including the 3 course lunch is £8.00 (members) and £9 (guests).

Minibus transportation charges are £1.50 single journey or £3.00 return.

First Taster Session is free of charge – so why not come on in?




Her Majesty who is Patron has returned to visit us on many occasions, including most recently in 2018. Both her Majesty and The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead are supporters of our charity.

The Windsor Old Peoples’ Welfare Association was formed in 1948 to help the widows, widowers, and elder relatives of Windsor residents that fell in both world wars.

Their aim was to build a day centre on land they bought in Clarence Road, Windsor.

Over the following 10 years they raised funds with the usual Jumble, Cake and Bring and Buy Sales and a rather innovative “Buy a Brick” scheme. In 1958 the building was completed (see our photo gallery) and HM Queen Elizabeth II granted permission for the hall to be named after her father, the late King George VI. Hence the WOPWA – King George VI Day Centre.