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Adult Functional Fitness Classes - via Zoom Functional fitness means doing movements that mimic everyday actions, incorporating multiple muscles groups at the same time. This builds strength, stability and mobility across the body, making us more efficient human beings not only inside the gym but…
Sessions held once monthly on the last Wednesday 6:30 - 8:30pm held at PICL Centre, King street, Newcastle.Other social activities are also planned on a regular basis for example meals out, bowling and many more.The aim of the club is to promote confidence and independence. Please…
Age UK Stafford and District offers a wide range of services including; daycare services social activities Lunch club home support and personal care services information and advice Volunteering opportunities Please get in touch with us on 01785 607060 for details.
Age UK Staffordshire is an independent local charity. We are the largest voluntary sector provider for older people in Staffordshire and have been working in the local community to help older people for over 40 years through a wide range of services, activities and events.A…
Age UK Staffordshire offers a wide range of physical activities to help older people stay active and love later life across Stoke on Trent. Exercise classes Gentle, seated / chair based exercise sessions aimed at older residents to increase physical activity, improve mental wellbeing and reduce…
COVID-19 Update - please book in advance. We offer educational and recreational activities for people disadvantaged by disability, special needs or illness, who are welcomed and supported whatever their capability. Activities include: fishing, craft and horticulture
A long established Club catering for friendly and social bowling as well as ladies, mixed and mens veterans teams. Club afternoons Mondays and Wednesdays at 2pm.
Leisure services are available at Alleyne's Sports Centre All leisure centres are run by Freedom Leisure.
We are an amalgam of several bequests to benefit residents in our villages suffering hardship or distress, the first in 1692, united in 1934 into Alrewas United Charities. We changed our name in 2014 and widened our remit to support any charitable purpose in our…
A variety of different activities and groups take place weekly in the village hall. Please see our website for details.