Please contact for further details.
Please contact for further details.
Provides a range of services for the Indian community in Nottingham and district. Services include: day care, luncheon club, stroke group, advice on welfare rights, legal advice on immigration, visa service. Hall hire for functions, conferences and weddings as well as a meals-on-wheels service.
Voluntary group and social club who raise money for charities worldwide. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month, from 7.30pm, at the Lion Hotel in Worksop.
For more information, please contact the Secretary, Anne Rial, on 01909 473340.
Ollerton and District Economic Forum (ODEF) is a charitable company that is working to regenerate the former coal mining community of Ollerton. ODEF provides a variety of public services including training, employment and community support. There have also been many regeneration projects led by ODEF that have successfully tackled local issues such as transport and the environment.
ODEF covers Ollerton and the surrounding area for an 8 mile radius.
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.
Operated by Keyworth & District Community Concern Trust. This lunch club is for any individual elderley and/or disabled person or group of older people. The club offers social, light activities such as dominoes, cards, listening to music, chat, and lunch.
Meetings are held every Tuesday (except Tuesday following bank holidays) between 10.00am and 3.00pm.
There is no membership fee, attendees pay only for lunch provided by NCC this cost is currently £4.40
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.
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.
Social group for over 60's generally. People come for coffee and chat. They play games, cards and dominoes and have a game of bingo. In the summer months we have a day out from April to September. Open to anyone in Arnold area and has around 70 members at present. We have space for more members. Members pay £1 for tea/coffee etc.
Meets as a social group with a special interest in working with beads. Members work on their own bead projects but also learn new techniques and designs from each other. Guests and teachers also occasionally visit the group.
Tea/coffee and biscuits are provided.
Meetings are held every Monday from 1.00pm 3.00pm (check on Summer holidays) at the Methodist Church on Main Street.
A small charge is made to cover the cost of the hire of the hall etc.
For more information, please contact Brenda on 01509 853585 or
Pam on 01509 820460.
An active, social and friendly group with varied activity groups which meet during the week:
Darts, lunch club, sewing group, book club, social and leisure group, rambling group.
Main meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 7.30pm, with a programme of speakers.
For more information please contact Mrs Woodhouse, In Charge of Membership, on 0115 9231470.
The Evacuees Reunion Association is a non-profit making registered charity and has its origin in the 50th anniversary of the end of the Second World War in 1995. We aim to bring together all British evacuees of the Second World War. We publish a monthly newsletter, organise reunions and provide information about the evacuees to schools, students etc.
Monday: Coffe Morning 10:30am and Dominoes 2pm
Tuesday: Lunches - Various 12.30pm
Wednesday: Table Tennis 2:30pm
The group makes banners for the local churches in the East Leake area and is attended by both church-goers and non church-goers.
The group welcomes members of all ages, although it is mainly ladies in their 50s to 70s who attend. Membership is free.
Meetings are held twice a month on alternate Tuesdays from 2.00pm to 4.00pm at the Catholic Parish Room.
For more information, please ring.
Provide social amenities for miners, ex and retired miners and their families, other workers and families, senior citizens, ladies section. Indoor sports, skittles, weddings, anniversaries, other functions, charity fund raising. Stair lift available to upstairs concert room.
Local branch of the WI. Interest in global conservation issues, and offers appropriate support to the police.
Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of the month, 7.30pm - 9.30pm.
Annual subscription is approximately £31.50.
Please contact Gedling Community and Voluntary Service for more information.
Our aim is to provide emotional and practical support to older people (over 60) living in their own homes, to reduce isolation and to enhance their quality of life and prolong their independent living. We cover Worksop & surrounding areas,
Activities and lunch clubs Monday - Friday
bingo activities, games, trips and befriending, new buffet lunch and tea dance plus plk.
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The aim of Longhurst Housing Association Ltd is to provide affordable housing of good quality for people in retirement, disabled,
prisoners/ex-offenders, first time buyers, care and repair.
We are a registered charity.
Coffee mornings are held at Gardens Court, West Bridgford, on Mondays at 10.30am, and there is Bingo at 2.30pm until 4.30pm.
Afternoon tea every Wednesday at 3pm - tea and coffee with cakes.
Please contact Shane Pombleton, Scheme Manager, for more information.
Mansfield Salvation army provides a Lunch Club every Tuesday & Wednesday, from 10.45am until 2.30pm. Good home cooked food, friendly people, and a chance to meet and socialise.
Tuesday after lunch, join in a game of dominoes or simple craft and then a short mid-week service.
Wednesday after lunch we have a Christian fellowship.
Contact Sarah Allan for more information.
The Community Centre is chiefly for elderly residents living on the Abbey Park Estate.
The centre is open for light activities including coffee mornings, bingo, fundraising events, lunch clubs, etc.
Wednesdays - Coffee morning, 10.00am - 11.00am
Fridays - Bingo, 10.30am - 12.00pm
Please contact the warden, Vicky, for more information.