In this section...

Margaret and Bernard Whitley

Margaret Whitley has been a volunteer since the doors opened in August 2013.

Margaret says “The volunteer team is a very friendly group and we pull together to hopefully make LifeTime a happy place where the over 50’s meet and enjoy themselves.  I am fortunate to have a very supportive husband and family, which enables me to give something back to the community. As a retired person, being a volunteer gives me a sense of purpose and it’s a worthwhile experience which I would recommend to any retiree”

Margaret’s husband, Bernard, is also a valued volunteer at LifeTime.

If you are interested in becoming a LifeTime volunteer, we always have room for more and can find the perfect role for you, then give us a call on 01925 246824.




Tuesday Volunteers (2) From left to right volunteers Dorothy Pritchard, Mags Bailey, Brenda Howarth and Stefan Cowley

Age is just a number to Mags Bailey who joined the LifeTime team of volunteers in October 2015

At the age of 77 Mags has no intention of slowing down just yet and likes to keep herself active and connected with others.

After several years of working in the finance department of Marks & Spencer she is now employed part time by Age UK.  Mags gives two days of her time as a volunteer in LifeTime and will turn her hand to any tasks from meeting and greeting members to helping in the café.

Mags loves the social aspect and interaction with members and says “it’s a very friendly atmosphere and we all work together as a team to ensure that people are happy and enjoying life – I have been fortunate to have had a good life myself and by volunteering can give something back to the community”

In her spare time Mags enjoys spending time with her grandchildren – a busy lady!  Come in and meet Mags and the team at LifeTime or if you would like to become a volunteer yourself, call us for a chat.