A vintage-themed party which aims to combat loneliness celebrated its fifth anniversary.

The Glamour Club hosts events every other month to give people struggling with loneliness a chance to have a “great night out during the day”.

The group, which has helped 1,400 people, held a celebration for its fifth year at St Stephens Church in Worthing on October 25.

Sixty people turned up for the vintage Hollywood theme and enjoyed afternoon tea, live entertainment and socialising.

The Argus: Promedica24 has sponsored The Glamour Club for five yearsPromedica24 has sponsored The Glamour Club for five years (Image: Supplied)

One of the guests Flora Gritti said The Glamour Club gave her the “strength to say goodbye to loneliness and isolation by welcoming me with smiling faces, dancing and music”.

The event was sponsored by Promedica24, a live-in care provider.

Chris White-Smith, franchise partner for the company, said: “We know that everyone can struggle with loneliness sometimes, and this is why events like The Glamour Club, which allow people to connect and socialise with each other, are essential to the wellbeing of our community.”

Promedica24 provides carers who visit people at their own home. The carers can help with everyday tasks like cooking, cleaning and person care.