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Age Concern Carlton & District

What we do

Local

There’s always something to do at Age Concern – from popping into our shop and tea room, to enjoying days in our day centre or spending time out and about with new friends.

Contact: Age Concern Carlton & District, 352-356 Carlton Hill, Carlton, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG4 1JB.
Age Concern Eastwood

The Colin Dyson Centre

Local

Monday to Thursday luncheon club. Our Sunday lunches cooked by a Trustee and her husband are still proving popular for our members together with wine and a winter warmer aperitif on their arrival. They have also started ...

Contact: Age Concern Eastwood, The Colin Dyson Centre, 15 Edward Road, Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, NG16 3EU.
Nottingham City Council

Acorn Resource Centre

Local

The Centre is part of the Mary Potter Centre on Gregory Boulevard. It caters for up to 60 people per day and offers interesting and varied activities. The main centre caters for people aged 18 years and over.The Cen...

Contact: Acorn Resource Centre, Mary Potter Centre, 76 Gregory Boulevard, Nottingham, NG7 5HY.
Nottinghamshire Deaf Society (NDS)

Hard of Hearing Social Group

Local

Meets on the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month from 10am-2pm at Nottinghamshire Deaf Society, 22 Forest Road West, Nottingham, NG7 4EQ.  Outings, speakers, lunches, games, and more arranged regulary as well as having...

Contact: Acquired Deafness Project, 22 Forest Road West, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG7 4EQ.
Royal Voluntary Service

Social Activities

National

Whether you want to meet friends for a bite to eat, enjoy a hobby or interest with like-minded people or want to learn new skills, there’s something for everyone. Some of our clubs and groups take place in Royal Vo...

Contact: Royal Voluntary Service, Beck Court , Cardiff Gate Business Park , Cardiff , CF23 8RP.
Salvation Army UK

Salvation Army Lunch Clubs

National

We don't just provide lunch clubs and Christmas dinners, but play an important role in creating new friendships through to reducing isolation through healthy and hearty meals in a safe and caring environment. Our halls ...

Contact: Salvation Army Lunch Clubs.
The Helpful Bureau

Activities & Trips

Local

Activities, outings, footcare service, lunch clubs, Grumpy Old Men’s Club, Movement to Music

Contact: The Helpful Bureau, Carnegie Civic & Community Centre, , Warren Avenue, , Stapleford, Nottingham, Nottingham, NG9 8EY.
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