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Genesis

A well established convivial social club which welcomes members to join in our activities including meals, theatre, sports, walking, quizzes and many other interests.

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Chilwell Circle of Friends

A group for the over 50s in Beeston, Chilwell and Attenborough.  Helps people make new friends, provides a variety of speakers and some short outings for elderly and disabled people.

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Broxtowe African Caribbean Elders

A self help support group that supports older Caribbean people living in Broxtowe to come together in a social setting.  Speakers, information/activity sessions, outings, relaxation and movement.

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Irish Centre

Welcome to the Nottingham Irish Centre! We provide facilities for many groups and activities and clubs:

  • Irish music & dancing
  • Irish Culture
  • Gaelic Sports & Irish Golf
  • Entertainment nights & celebrations

 

While our major commitment is the service of local Irish communities, the Irish Centre is very proactive in welcoming other communities.

Golden Shamrock Club - older people's club - Tuesday 11.30am-3.30pm.

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Encounter Social Support Group, Retford

A fellowship group with excursions, visiting speakers, afternoon teas and more.

Wednesdays 2pm to 4pm

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Pensioners Association - Worksop and District

Social group for pensioners, providing speakers, outings, holidays and other activities.

Meetings 2nd Wednesday in the month, 2pm-4pm at Crossing Church Worksop.

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National Council for Divorced, Separated and Widowed, Midlands Branch

Previously known as the National Council for Divorced and Separated. Mutual support and social evenings for people going through divorce, separation and the ending of relationships and for widows.  Not a dating club.  Social evenings every day where people can meet others who have been in a similar position and who know and understand how they feel.  An annual membership fee applies and there are weekly subscriptions for social activities.

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Pakistan Centre, Nottingham

Provides community members with free signposting and information as well as guidance about benefits, employment, welfare rights, immigration, interpretation and translation.  Offers information and support on health and well-being.  Will assist in the completion of forms and provide attestation where required, including visas and passports.  Community restaurant, open to all, Monday-Friday, 12noon-2pm which also does outside catering, including a meals at home service.  Youth services include a youth club (contact the lead youth worker, Javed Chaudhary, for details).  Punjabi, Miripuri and Urdu are spoken.

The Centre has level access, meetings are held on the ground floor and there is a wheelchair-accessible toilet.  There is no induction/hearing loop system.

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Retirement Group - Eastern Bassetlaw

Activities include keep fit, indoor bowls and art.

Monday 10am-3pm

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Shireoaks Over 60's Club

Bingo, dominoes and refreshments for £1 per month. 

Held Thursday's fortnightly 1.30pm-4pm

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Wednesday Club, Tuxford

A social support group welcoming people over 60 years old in Tuxford and surrounding areas.  Group meetings have bingo, dominoes and cards and tea and biscuits; also social outings three times a year.

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Goodwin Hall

Drop in Centre Monday to Saturday 10am-12.30pm.

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Age UK Notts Kindred Spirits – share good times, feel healthier, enjoy life

Are you bored? Or perhaps a little bit lonely? Put a spring in your step with over 80 things to do each month! Kindred Spirits is a great way to get out and about and make new friends and costs from just 50p per week. There is something for everyone across Nottingham & Nottinghamshire as we offer a range of activities including lots of different coffee mornings, exercise classes, ten pin bowling, table tennis, lunches, day trips, holidays, guided walks, dancing and craft groups to name but a few. Contact us for more details on: 0115 841 4473. We can send you an information pack in the post and also tell you about our monthly Welcome Mornings so you can come along and meet others, just like you, who are thinking of joining.

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University of the Third Age (U3A) - Bingham U3A

Bingham U3A is like good wine. When Peter Thompson and Lorna Wallace first planted the idea 3 years ago, it produced a wonderful harvest. The first meeting in Bingham WI Hall was full-bodied and enthusiastic, suggesting a fruitful venture was underway. Since then it has grown and blossomed, providing comfort and cheer for over 200 members.

The interest groups are as varied as wine, some sparkling like French, travel, cycling and walking. Others are smooth and warming like ambling, poetry, book reading and family history. The U3A bottle provides companionship and enables members to share educational, creative and leisure activities.

The Group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 2.00pm in the Methodist Church Hall, Union Street, Bingham.

For membership contact  Pat Selby         pselby07@btinternet.com

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OAP Association - Newark & Balderton

Monthly meetings, auctions, guest speakers, trips, parties.

Meetings are held every 2nd Tuesday in the month, from 2.00pm to 4.00pm.

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Friends of the Elderly

Our vision is that all older people should retain their independence, dignity and peace of mind. We offer high quality residential and nursing care in 14 care homes, some with dementia units.

We support older people to stay living in their own homes with a range of community services including welfare and grant giving for those in financial need, day clubs, home support, home visiting and telebefriending.

We are passionate about supporting and enhancing quality of life for older people. Whatever their situation, each individual deserves something to look forward to, and the opportunity to live life to the full.

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Prime Time

This is a group which meets twice a month on a Thursday, 2.00 pm – 4.00 pm. It is for men and women 60 and over. The group is relaxed, informative, interactive, entertaining and lots of fun. Tea, coffee and biscuits are served.

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Keyworth & District Local History Society

The group meets regularly for talks given by a range of different speakers on subject such as Lost Country Houses of Nottinghamshire and Sir Thomas Stanhop of Shelford Life in Tudor England.

Main meetings are held on the first Friday of the month (except August), beginning at 7.30pm at the Centenary Lounge in Keyworth Village Hall, Elm Avenue, Keyworth.
Members can engage in group or individual research projects, the results of which are normally published in the quarterly Newsletter. But there is no obligation on members to undertake research.

There are several excursions during the year and the Society also takes part in the annual Keyworth Show and the Keyworth Quiz.
Many members also meet socially and informally for coffee each Monday morning (except Bank Holidays) between 10.00am and 12.00 noon, again in the Centenary Lounge.

Membership costs £7.00 per year (£12.00 for couples) and there are currently about 100 members.

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Keyworth Friendship Club

Members enjoy various card games and dominoes. Bingo is played once a month. Highlights of the year are a Christmas Party and a Summer Indoor Garden Party.

We meet on Thursday from 2.00pm-4.00pm in the Centenary Lounge/Village Hall, Keyworth.

For more information contact Sylvia Bell Telephone 0115 9374360.

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Keyworth Women's Institute

Our group of ladies meet monthly to hear speakers on a variety of subjects and to enjoy social evenings together. Members take part in activities and workshops organised by Nottinghamshire Federation of Women's Institutes and also attend courses at Denman College. New members are always welcome at our meetings.

Meetings are held on the last Thursday in the month in the Centenary Lounge at 7.15pm.

For further information contact Brenda Merriman, Secretary 0115 9373415.

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