Tea & Talk - West Croydon 

Would you like to meet people of different ages in your neighbourhood?

Tea and Talk is an exciting initiative aimed at enabling people of all ages to meet and chat informally at a local café in the suburb of West Croydon. 

When: Every Thursday between 9.30am and 11.00am

Where: Joy of Flora Café, 10 Rosetta St, West Croydon (100% plant based cafe). 

Look for the Tea & Talk sign and our friendly Uniity team members will be there to welcome you. This is a free activity. You are invited to purchase a drink and/or food of your choice from the café menu.

Shop & Talk - Frewville 

Shopping can sometimes be a solitary activity. Shop & Talk at Frewville Foodland provides shoppers with the chance to change this by offering friendly conversation and companionship. Shop & Talk is hosted in the glamours Mr Nick’s Kitchen and Coffee Bar at the entrance to Foodland. It occurs on the second Wednesday of each month. People of all ages are welcome to drop in anytime between 10.00am and 11.30am. Look for the Uniity sign. Food and drink available for purchase at own expense.  

Find Your Village Morning Tea

We know it can take a village to raise a child. Join us at our friendly morning tea to meet people of different generations who value family-style connections. Children welcome and are encouraged to attend, play & interact. (In partnership with 19 On Green). 

Where: 19 on Green, 19 Green Street, Brompton 

When:  10am-11.30am

First Friday of the month
RSVP – Marigold on 0466 260 098 

Or email: marigold@uniity.com.au

Connections Across Generations

Uniity has created a new series of events and activities that bring people together to connect and get to know each other over common interests including, books, arts, culture, food and children. CLICK HERE to view the exciting new programs.

Connections Across Generations (CAG) aims to increase people's well-being and positively impact mental heath through engaging in fun activities, that also allow for conversations, and people to get to know each other. The consequent forming of friendships can empower people to understand their own mental health and be supportive of others. This series is supported by an Australia Post Community Grant 2020. 

"Our community grants program is an extension of the important role we play in connecting Australians right across the country. The program allows us to work with organisations that are making a difference in their local areas through projects that help their communities thrive". Read more HERE.


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