A lack of public transport in rural areas is making life lonely for elderly people. That's according to members of the Countrymen's Club, a hands-on social group for older men which meets each week at Rylands Farm near Sherborne, Dorset.
Most Countrymen's Club members can't drive and rely on lifts from others to attend.
Many of the Countrymen's Club members are retired farmers, enjoying a trip down memory lane, and the chance to socialise with like-minded people.
Club members help out with farm work, including woodwork, maintenance and animal husbandry. They also have a singalong at the end of each session.
A poll by the charity Age UK found that nearly one in four people aged 60 and over who live in rural parts of England say lack of public transport is the biggest challenge they face living in the countryside.
The Countrymen's Club is run by Future Roots, a not-for-profit company which uses hands-on rural activity to help improve mental health. It works with children at risk of school exclusion, adults with learning disabilities, elderly people, and others.
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