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Wellbeing and Activities

Find out here about activities and events taking place at Age UK Birmingham.

Client Satisfaction Survey

Already accessed our services or activities? Please do fill out the Client Satisfaction Survey 2023/24! We would be grateful to hear how you found your experience with us so we can identify what we have done well and where we need to improve so we can provide the best possible experience for people.

You can download the PDF of the Spring Newsletter (including the timetable) below, towards the bottom of the page.

Walking Netball at Old Oscott

Walking Netball is a friendly and inclusive programme. It's netball but at a walking pace where rules are slightly tweaked.


Click here to find out more!

  • Telephone Group Activities

    For those who find it difficult to get out and about, we run teleconference group activities. An ordinary landline or mobile phone is all that is needed to join and an access code enables a group of callers to join in one conversation. 

    Telephone Groups 

  • Friendship Groups

    Looking to make friends, widen your social circle or just get out of the house a bit more? Whether you’re naturally outgoing, or a little bit shy, come and relax over tea, coffee and biscuits, meet new people and chat about the things that interest you.

    Friendship Groups 

Further activities in Birmingham

The Active Birmingham website is a shared resource of activities going on around the city including free and paid for sessions, from over 50's keep fit to swim fit and even Bollywood dancing! You can search for activities in your area using the site, the link for which is here:

Power assisted exercise for older people

Unlike conventional exercise equipment, this electronic power system enables older adults to work passively or actively (and go at their own pace), with a focus on improving aerobic fitness, muscular strength, balance, flexibility and social wellbeing.