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Reopening of Age Concern Costa Blanca Sur

Following the State of Alarm announcement  and the gradual de-escalation process,  The Age Concern Torrevieja and Los Montesinos  shops have re-opened on the 1st June. Customers will be required to wear masks and sanitise their hands before entering in order to limit putting our clients and volunteers at risk. 

The Age Concern Centre has also reopened two days a week from the 1st June. Hours between 10.00 am to 1.00pm  limited  for the return or hire of  mobility equipment  and to receive donations.

  The days we are open in July will be 1st, 7th 9th, 13th,15th ,21st ,23rd,27th and 29th by appointment only .

Please Ring 0034 966786887  to make an appointment.

The Centre will close for the Summer from 8th August until the 1st September. 

Both Our Torrevieja  and Montesinos shops are remaining open throughout August.

Spanish lessons , the Library and our other social activities in the Centre will remain suspended until further notice and it is deemed safe to re-commence.


Age Concern are taking precautions and following the guidelines to protect our clients and Volunteers who are elderly, and probably the most vulnerable members of society.


Our telephones will continue to be manned, 0034 966786887 to respond to any problems or queries.

To send an email click on email at the top of this page. Any emails will be answered in due course.


Regional Health officials are asking people to contact the helpline number 0034 900 300 555 if they have any Coronavirus symptoms

Our Charter

  • To gain public recognition of Age Concern's aims To chart the way forward for the over 50s and secure a positive role in society for the older generation.
  • To provide help to foster inter-generational cooperation and understanding
  • To rationalise benefits/subventions for expatriates
  • To work with like minded organisations
  • To encourage integration and to develop rapport with the Spanish authorities. Age Concern is primarily concerned with the expatriate community and its well being, it favours integration with the Spanish way of life as befits foreigners in a host country.
Fundraise for US
Residential Home Visiting Team (RHVT)
Care & Mobility Aids
Keep in Touch scheme (K.i.T)
Knitting Club