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Supporting Endike Community Care

How to find us...

Fabulous food...

Contact us at:

Endike Community Care
(George Ashton Building)

Ashton Close

Ellerburn Avenue

Hull HU6 9RJ


Registered Charity no


Tel: 01482 809473
E-mail: eileen_eileen@hotmail.co.uk


Menu of activities...

Get involved!

 Volunteers Welcome!

Can you spare a little of your time?

Just a small amount will make a difference!


For more information call the above number.



Magical Memory Tours Trips

Silver Surfers Club ~ Computers

Meals on Wheels

Food Bank


              All quality donations welcome to our charity shop


 58 Hartoft Road, off Bricknell Avenue, Hull

         10am ~ 2pm 01482 341979

New Referrals Welcome 2018


As a Dementia friendly organisation we are here to help and support families and carers alike with our services geared towards the over 55's criteria.

Do you know of someone who is feeling isolated? Do you know of someone who is lonely? Do you know of someone who is vulnerable?

Join us for a visit any day of the week and we'll give you all the details you need.

For more information call 809473

Menu of Activities...

As a day centre provider we stand on the principle of self directed support and promote independent living within the community. As a Dementia friendly organisation we provide help and support for families and carers alike. Our services are geared towards the over 55's criteria with a varied activities  and programs to suit all needs.

In a safe and friendly environment you can enjoy social interaction, make new friends and rebuild your confidence along the way. 

Families and carers can feel safe in the knowledge their loved ones are cared for, as they themselves deserve a break from caring duties.


Christmas Pantomime 2017

Christmas Pantomime...

The Carousel Theatre Company presenting Cinderella...

What a fabulous and enjoyable afternoon with this brilliant performance of Cinderella. The festive feel of this show was sparkling with fun, excitement and laughter from three wonderful performers. They put on a superb show with everyone being captivated whilst listening to the jokes and singing along the way.

Christmas Fayre 2017 great day...

Our Christmas Fayre 2017 took place on Saturday 9th December and went really well. Refreshments were available along with other activities and the children loved Father Christmas. Just4Fun PhotoBooth took some wonderful photo's and the stalls looked vibrant and colourful with a festive feel for the Christmas season. The cake stall went particularly well with some delicious delights. Hot dogs and soup went down a treat along with mulled wine too. What a fabulous fun day this has been.

As the festive season approaches Endike Community Care are preparing for the season events. We start with our Christmas Fayre set for Saturday 9th December from 10am onwards. Father Christmas will be present along with fun activites including a Photo Booth, Crafts stall, Cake stall, Bric a Brac, Tombola and refreshments too. Our Christmas Fayre is just the beginning of our activities, so come along and join us for a festive start to the Christmas season.

EndikeC ommunity Care members are in for some festive treats this Christmas including two Pantomimes, a Christmas Party and other fun activities including the usual traditional Christmas lunch...

New Referrals Welcome

Endike Community Care is a Dementia friendly organisation offering support and help to carers and their loved ones. Our activities, projects and other services are geared towards the over 55's criteria for those with Dementia and memory impairments. Equally, if you know of someone who is lonely, isolated or vulnerable then bring them along for a free taster session. This is a wonderful opportunity for you to see how we work and the services we provide. New referrals are always welcome for weekdays and the weekends too, so come along and see us.

For more information call 809473 and a member of our team will be pleased to help you.

Harvest Festival Donations

Endike Community Care would like to take this opportunity to thank 'Sirius Academy', 'The Greenway' and 'Parkstone' schools for their generous donations to our Food Bank service. You have all been very supportive of a very needed service which can only operate  through donations.

Many thanks also to all who donate, you all know who you are...

Supporting Dementia Awareness Week 2017

Endike Community Care held a special event to promote Dementia Awareness Week. A Buffet was available followed by music from the 60' 70's 80's with everyone enjoying a sing and dance. The beauty room was open for pampering sessions and nails were done by Lindsey. Keep Fit was in progress too. A separate quiet and tranquil room was set aside for families and their carers to come together to share experiences and views of loved ones with Dementia. On site Hypnotherapist Rachel Hoe held a meditation session to help people relax and unwind followed by refreshments. What a wonderful opportunity for people to talk, open up and express their feelings. This  fabulous event was enjoyed by everyone.

 Endike's New Premises for 2017


ECCA have now relocated to the old George Ashton Building in Ashton Close. The move was a huge success and everything came together very well. To mark this occasion we held a wonderful party for our re-launch inviting John Middleton (Ashley) from Emmerdale as our special guest. The Lord Mayor, local councillors and the NHS, along with other dignitaries were in attendance including the Hull Daily Mail and Yorkshire television. What a fantastic day...

May we thank you for all your support you've been tremendous!

What a fabulous turn out for this event and John spent a couple of hours with us. He spoke with passion about Dementia Awareness and the support he has for organisations in the community who care for people with memory problems and other debilitating conditions like Alzheimer's saying "We should have more places like this to help people".

Unsung Health Hero Award 2016

'The loudest cheer of the night came when Eileen Wright, manager of Endike Community Care won the Unsung Health Hero Award. Judges said Eileen was "a friend to so many" and one of the best known  faces on Orchard Park, adding: "For no recognition or reward, she put others before herself, time after time, and was a friend to so many. Their lives have been enriched by knowing Eileen."


Food Bank Donations

 The 'Endsleigh Holy Child Academy' has made a wonderful food bank donation. The bank continues to support families on low incomes and unemployed. As long as you can provide I.D and proof of benefits you can claim a parcel for a minimal fee once a week. The bank is used  regulary and is clearly needed providing support for the needy. Many thanks to 'Endsleigh' for your support!

Equally, recent donations have been recieved from two local schools 'The Greenway' and 'Parkstone' and 'Kath'...your support has been tremendous, thank you!

For all of you donating, and you know who you are! Many thanks!

Hull City of Culture 2017

Endike Community Care has a truly amazing lady 'Maureen'  who's continued to attend the centre over many years. She's a great pleasure and privilige to work with and producing a brief video of her life story of dance and where it all began was a delight. The video has since gone viral and we are all so very proud of her. Her story has created great interest including an interview with the Hull Dail Mail and the Hull City of Culture 2017 team. Truly amazing!


Maureen still loves to dance with such beauty and elegence. Although she has Dementia she loves to socialise and interact with others at Endike Community Care and has made many freinds over the years.

Such a delightful and inspirational lady who is loved by all who meet her.

Dance, dance, dance little lady...

Maureen is a life long member of 'The Royal Academy of Dance' in recognition of her commitment and dedication to dance. Her chosen career path was set and then paved when she was just twelve years old and spanned her lifetime. Dance still inspires Mareen today and she will often dance at the centre with great pride.


Queens 90th Birthday Party Celebration

The Queens 90th Birthday Party was a spectacular event. What a brilliant and colorful day with a fantastic atmosphere. The Buffet lunch and entertainment was complimented by having Queen lookalike Margaret Southcoates in attendance. She spent the day with us and all members were mesmorized by her presence. Equally, they all loved having their photographs taken with her.

Our Tesco volunteers Trish and colleague came along for the day too helping out delivering souvenirs to all members.

Another wonderful party day which was thouroughly enjoyed by everyone who came along.



Traditional 'High Tea Party' courtesy of Tesco, Hall Rd Hull

A traditional 'High Tea Party' event took place courtesy of 'Tesco' on Hall Road Hull. Everyone enjoyed the traditional baking of Victoria Sponges, Scones, Pastries and other sweeties. This was a delightful time for everyone and the staff were so friendly and helpful. It's also the third time this event has took place so everyone had an opportunity to go. In addition this event will also become a part of our 'Magical Memory Tours' programme, as the memories of traditional baking came flooding back.

Winter warmers 2016

Endike Community Care has recieved a wonderful donation of hand knitted Hats, Scarves, Gloves and blankets courtesy of 'Claire' and her team from 'Knit-for-Nowt'. This donation is greatly appreciated and our members are sure to keep loverly and warm during the winter months. What a way for knitters to knit warm items and then donate them to the needy in local and deprived areas of Hull and across East Yorkshire. Keep up the good work ladies and thank you once again!

Partnerships and collaborative working relations with other agencies

Food Bank Donatations Urgently needed...Can you Help?


Due to high demand we need to replenish our low food stocks for the Food Bank.

This service is very much needed in the community as those on low incomes and

with families still struggle during these recession times.


DONATIONS ARE VERY WELCOME… so please make a contribution however big or small.



May we also thank all concerned for your continued support of our food bank service.




 Enjoy our beautifully painted Murals by Heraldic artist Gordon Gledhill which are displayed throughout the centre. Do you recognise any of these images?

Can you put a name to them?


Main Lounge Area

You can relax and enjoy the comfort of our main lounge area which sports a Plasma TV screen and DVD player as well as a CD player. This is also our main events room.

                                              Valentines Day Party 2014


 The Lounge and Entertainment Area

 Here you can play the morning Bingo sessions and participate in other activities too. Special events and party activities also take place in the main lounge area. Seating is comfortable so just sit back, relax and enjoy the many activities and projects we have to offer. The Valentines Day Party was a great success. Pictured are Councillors Dean Kirk, Julie Conner and Gill Kennett with Manager Eileen Wright and service users Dora and Nancy.

The main lounge area or function room has hosted many parties over the years. Christmas, Easter along with the Royal Wedding and Commemoration of World War II were brilliant events. Entertainment is excellent which included bands, singers, dancers and more.



 Another Beautiful Picture

 Courtesy of Heraldic


    Gordon Gledhill


 We have a daily menu of hot meals with your five a day vegetables. Our traditional menu is sure to delight your appetite and tickle your taste buds.



The dining area is adequately spaced for those using wheelchairs, zimmer frames and other walking aids.


 Memories of Nastalgia

A wall of historic information

Each telling a different story


We design and create new displays for different party events making them as colourful, vibrant and as big as possible for those with impaired vision. All displays are designed for individual themes around the centre.



Christmas was a fun time and our full wall displays created a festive atmosphere. Everyone commented on how nice it all looked.

Let the party begin...



The trimmings and balloons in the main lounge area were the finishing touches to complement the displays and the Cinderella theme with the seven dwarfs adorned the notice board in the main entrance for the festive period.



Feel at home in this tranquil environment with a cosy and soft atmosphere. Our team cater for every occasion and all events are recorded for the video diary. The Jubilee party was a fabulous day.


Learn Basic Computer Skills...

With a laid back atmosphere and no hard fast rules. Learn basic computer skills at your own pace with no pressure. Our Silver Surfers project is very popular.


Join us: Tuesdays  & Thursdays from 10am ~ 3.30pm. 

          For more information Tel: 809473

Visit Endike Community Care to see for yourself how we operate. We have a variety of  projects which are geared towards your needs.

Our current projects are ongoing as we create and develop new ones to provide you with a wider range of services.