Activities for older people Sutton Coldfield
As we get older it is important to keep ourselves active and involved in our local community to maintain healthy living and ageing. Many activities are running in Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham suitable for older adults. Find out suggested Activities for older people Sutton Coldfield here.
Xpress-Yourself Dance CIC run a weekly Keep Dancing Sutton Coldfield dance class suitable for older adults in Sutton Coldfield. The dance class runs at Sutton Coldfield Methodist Church on a Monday 10-11 for just £2 .The class does not run on bank holidays. You will learn dances from around the world with no need for a partner. Places are limited so booking in advance is essential You can book your place here
A welcoming and relaxed drop-in group for the over 50s to enjoy socialising and conversation over light refreshments.
No booking required but if you’d like more information please contact Noran on firstname.lastname@example.org
Sutton Choral (Choir)
Sutton Choral is a friendly and sociable amateur mixed voice choir of about 50 singers, directed by Richard Mason and based in Sutton Coldfield.
They sing sacred and secular music, mainly from the baroque and classical eras but also works from later periods and perform two to three major concerts a year. Find out more information here
Four Oaks, Sutton Coldfield Women’s Institute
St.James Church Centre, B75 5BW. Every 3rd Wednesday, 10:30. Find out more information here
Alzheimer’s Society – Singing for the Brain
‘Singing for the Brain’ is a service provided by Alzheimer’s Society which uses singing to bring people together in a friendly and stimulating social environment.
Singing is not only an enjoyable activity, it can also provide a way for people with dementia, along with their carers, to express themselves and socialise with others in a fun and supportive group.
Please note that refreshments start from 10:30am, Singing for the Brain sessions run from 11am to midday. For the afternoon session refreshments start at 1:30, singing session runs from 2-3pm.
Sutton Coldfield Methodist Church, South Parade , Sutton Coldfield, B72 1QY
2nd Monday of the Month
10.30am – 12.00pm
Walking Mikes is a walking football group suitable for people over 50 who would like to give Walking Football a go. Find out more information here.
Are you someone living with dementia or a carer? Sunshine Café offers a friendly and caring environment- as well as tea, coffee and cakes and a place where you access local information, mutual support, encouragement and activities tailored to your needs. Door to door transport available. Contact Kathryn 07375416161 or Eileen 07919972104. St Chads Church, Sutton Coldfield, Hollyfield Road, B75 7SN
Shared Reading Sessions
“Shared Reading sessions take place across the UK in community spaces, libraries, care homes, hospices, prisons, hospitals, online and on the telephone, often involving people who have not read for many years. A friendly Reader Leader provides a warm welcome and something specially chosen to read. Group members may join in the reading and conversation, or just sit back and listen.” Please see the poster regarding a session at Sutton Coldfield library.
Colour and Light Art Group
A new art group is starting on Wednesday afternoon from 1-3pm in the Benedict Room behind St Nicholas church. Open to anyone who enjoys making art of all sorts and at all levels. Please refer to the poster for further details.
If you have enjoyed reading our Activities for older people Sutton Coldfield blog following following Sutton Coldfield NNS may be of benefit.