Age UK Hounslow will celebrate the official opening of its new premises this weekend with a fun day, including an appearance by a mystery celebrity guest.
The charity is offering visitors to Montague Hall, in Montague Road, Hounslow, this Sunday (June 1) a free meal as part of the national Big Lunch project.
There will also be entertainment, including a performance by the street dance group Alliance Dance Unit, at the venue between 11am and 4am.
A raffle, stalls and the chance to find out more about the activities offered by Age UK complete the line-up on the day.
Age UK Hounslow moved to the council-owned building on April 1, after vacating its old home at Alexandra House, in Albany Road, Brentford, which will be used for the expansion of St Paul's CE Primary School.
As well as giving people the chance to find out more about the charity, the event is part of the Big Lunch, which was set up by the Eden Project to bring communities across the country together around the dining table.
Mark Sherred, Age UK Hounslow's contracts manager, said its new home, where it is based Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5.30pm, is an improvement on its former venue.
"A few people were disappointed we were moving from Brentford but we're more central to the borough now and the space we have here is better," he added.
"Initially there was a bit of a drop-off in visitors but our numbers are now similar to what they were in the last quarter and we're hoping they will improve further."
Since its move, the charity still runs the same services it offered before but has introduced or plans to introduce several new activities.
These include a new allotment plot in nearby Pears Road for use by members, five-a-side football and a film club, which is coming soon.