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Things to do in Nottingham City

Published on 19 March 2018 01:52 PM

Would you like to build friendships, maintain your health, have fun and continue to progress in your later life?

Take a look and find out what’s available in your local community in Nottingham City. Activities include talks, walks, singing and dancing, outings, crafts, theatre and cinema, gentle exercises and lots more. There is a fantastic array of things to do on weekdays and weekends.

Why not join in for a chance to chat, chill, get healthy, have a laugh together and enjoy later life.

 

Monday

Are you bored stiff staying at home on a Monday? Would you like to get out and about in Nottingham City? Why not take a look at what you can be up to?

9am - 4pm (Monday – Thursday)
Men in Sheds @ The Stores Building, Jubilee House Compound 
A well-equipped workshop for all kinds of woodwork and socialising with other men. No experience necessary. 
£2 per session.
Call Jim Gregory 0115 920 8771 or 07872 839 570 or jim.gregory@ageuknotts.org.uk

9.30am - 2.30pm (Monday - Friday)  
Carewatch in Nottingham @ St Augustine's of England Catholic Church Hall, Westville Garden 
A friendship centre for over 55's living in the Nottingham area. Hot meals, drinks and snacks available as well as activities like easy exercise, card making, speakers and bingo.   
Contact 0115 985 6959

10.30am 
Best Foot Forward Walk - Woodthorpe Grange Park Walk (Meet at Sherwood Community Centre, Mansfield Road) 
The Grange is a 19th century Grade II listed manor which sits amidst a mix of landscapes, including formal gardens. There is also an innovative train sculpture and ‘sunken garden’ with water feature. Grade: Moderate. Walk length: 1.5 - 2 miles. Duration: 45 minutes. Terrain: Varied inclines and some steep steps. 
Free.
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011.

From 11am (3rd Monday, Monthly)
Kindred Spirits Coffee Morning @ The Pelican, Bracebridge Drive
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.  
Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

11am - 1pm 
Gaming Group @ The Dice Cup Café, 68-70 Mansfield Road 
Make new friends, boost your confidence by playing interactive board games. All ages and abilities welcome. 
£4 per session.
Call Matthew Harrison 07557 499307 or matthew.harrison@nottscc.gov.uk

Lunch time, (Monday – Friday)
Care Watch Nottingham Lunch @ St Augustine's of England Catholic Church, 47 Westville Gardens
A social group. Refreshments and cooked lunch available every week day. Also run some outings and activities. 
£3.50 for lunch, £1 for dessert.
Membership £4 per year and members get discount on lunches and drinks.
Call Linda or Roy 0115 985 6959 or carewatch-in-nottingham@btconnect.com  

1.15pm  Best Foot Forward Walk - Bestwood Walk (Meet at Southglade Access Centre, Southglade Road)  A walk offering a variety of routes around the Bestwood area. All the walks are in the Green Flag areas of Bestwood including some in Southglade Park. Grade: Easy to moderate. Walk length: 1 and 3 miles Duration: 40-90 minutes. Terrain: Fairly flat.  Free. Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011.

1 - 1.45pm 
Zumba Gold @ YMCA, Shakespeare Street 
Zumba Gold is a low impact and low intensity Latin-inspired work out designed to get your body moving and help you feel fitter! Come a long to this friendly up beat class. 
£4 per session.
Call Lucinda Browne 07402 306926 or lucinda_teresa@yahoo.com

 

Tuesday

Would you like to get out and about on a Tuesday in Nottingham City? There are plenty of things you can do.

9.30 - 11am
Qi Gong for Health @ Mapperley Methodist Church, Woodthorpe Road
A mind-body-spirit practice that improves your mental and physical health by integrating posture, movement, breathing technique, self massage, sound and focused intent.
Call for prices
Contact Jason 07941 305587 or email jason@turtlelodgehealing.co.uk

9.30am - 12 noon (1st, 3rd 4th and 5th Tuesday)  
Knit and Natter @ Basford Library 
A friendly group for knitting and chatting. 

10am - 12.15pm 
Good Companions @ Clifton Methodist Church Hall 
A friendship group for residients in Clifton, Silverdale and Wilford for people to make new friends over tea, coffee, quiz and bingo. 
Contact Beth Brown 0115 878 6182

10.30am 
Best Foot Forward - Nuthall Railway Walk (Meet at Snapewood Community Centre, Snape Wood Road) 
Part of the old Great Northern Line, this is a new footpath which passes fields of barley, rape seed and corn. Stop halfway for a coffee at Three Ponds Pub at Nuthall. Grade: Easy to moderate Walk length: 3 miles Duration: 2 hours (with a halfway stop). Terrain: Fairly flat (may include a walk across fields or woods if it is dry, for those who wish to). 
Free.
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011.  

From 11am, (1st Tuesday, Monthly)  
Kindred Spirits - Coffee Morning  @ Squares, 6-9 The Poultry 
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.  
Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

From 11am (2nd Tuesday, Monthly)
Kindred Spririts Coffee Morning @ The Stadium, Nottingham Road
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.  
Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

From 11am (4th Tuesday, Monthly)  
Kindred Spirits - Coffee Morning @ The Roebuck, 9-11 St James Street 
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.  
Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

11.30 - 1pm (Beginners), 1.30 - 3pm (Mixed ability)
Tai Chi @ Westdale Lane Community Centre, Westdale Lane, Mapperley
The Barehand Long Form of Yang style Tai Chi.
Call for prices
Contact Jason 07941 305587 or email jason@turtlelodgehealing.co.uk

11.30 - 3.30pm 
Golden Shamrock @ 4 Wilford Street  Club for older members of the Irish community. 
Call for prices 0115 947 0115.

1.30 - 3.30pm (1st Tuesday, Monthly)
Embroiderers' Guild@ The Mechanics, North Sherwood Street 
Anyone interested in stitching and textiles is welcome.   
Contact Jenny 01623 491331

2 - 4pm (During summer months)
The Meadows Bowls Team @ Bowling Green at Queens Walk Park 
Just pop along and introduce yourself to join in. Refreshments are available from the Pavilion, so even you don't want to bowl, why not just come along and watch with a cuppa and a biscuit.
Free.

4 - 5pm 
Meadows Community Choir @ Queens Walk Park Pavilion 
Do you like singing? Come along and join the Meadows Community Choir. Singalong at Queens Walk Park Pavilion. Free Social Singing. Great exercise for the lungs.

7 - 8pm
Nottingham Tai Chi @ International Community Centre
An on going friendly beginners group. New students welcome and you are never too young, too old or too unfit!
£10 per lesson
Call Shelagh Granpierre (Principal Instructor) 07765 796627 or email info@taichialliance.co.uk

7 - 9pm (3rd Tuesday, Monthly) 
Nottinghamshire Disabled People's Movement Meeting @ Voluntary Action Centre, 7 Mansfield Road 
For disabled people in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. Campaigns on local and national issues to stop discrimination and improve services and rights for disabled people. Is not a service provider but will provide information and support where possible. Current priorities include access issues, accessible transport, cuts to services both nationally and locally and charges for services to disabled people. All disabled people are welcome.  
£12 annual membership if waged, £6 if unwaged/low income. Non-disabled people can join as Associate Members.
Call Nottinghamshire Disabled People's Movement 0115 959 8168 answerphone (leave details to be called back), 08001 0115 959 8168 Text Direct or email info@ndpm.org.uk

7 - 9pm 
Nottingham Playgoers @ The Mechanics, North Sherwood Street 
A friendly group meeting to read plays, visit the theatre and discuss them afterwards. 
Contact Sue Cullen 0115 847 8423

7 - 10pm (Winter hours from 28 Oct 7 - 9pm)
Nottingham City Petanque Club @ Valley Road, Sherwood (Entrance opposite former Fiveways pub)
Play French boules. Anyone wishing to try the game are welcome. Equipment is provided, and only casual clothing required. First 3 visits free.  
Contact 07972 424052

7.30 - 9.30pm 
Bestwood Male Voice Choir @ Bestwood Village Community Centre, Moor Road 
Come to a rehearsal, no obligation or pressure.
Contact Colin Pursglove 0115 979 4842

 

Wednesday

Are you running out of ideas on what to do on a Wednesday in Nottingham City? There are plenty of activities that you can get up to. Why not give these activities a go?

8 - 11am 
Nottingham Roundabout Club @ Federation House, Claremont Road 
For people aged 50 and over who are single, divorced, separated or widowed in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire. A social club to encourage people to improve their social life and make new friends. Activities can include dancing, talks and quizzes, walks, eating out, day trips, wine circle, holidays, snooker and badminton. 
Call for prices.
Contact June (Secretary) 01773 777204.

10am - 3pm 
Together Friendship Groups for over 60's @ The Hope Centre 
Are you looking to meet new friends and join in new and varied activities?  Come along for a chance to chat, chill, have a laugh together and enjoy a two-course lunch.  
£10 (incl. of refreshments, activities and 2-course lunch). Visits extra.
Call Kim Butler 07982 422392 or kimbutler189@outlook.com

10am - 12.15pm (2nd Wednesday, Monthly) 
Civil Service Retirement Fellowship (CSRF) @ The Mechanics, Nottingham 
Friendly group meeting for a social chat, regular guest speakers and annual group outing. Although the group operates under the umbrella of the CSRF, everyone is welcome.
£3 (incl. refreshments).
Call Pam Bradley 0115 938 4676.

10am (3rd Wednesday)
City of Nottingham Probus Club @ The Mechanics, North Sherwood Street 
A club for men 65+. Meetings start at 10.30am. Interesting talks on many subjects plus optional lunch. Just turn up or call.
Contact Robin 0115 916 4774 or r.west8@ntlworld.com

10.15am (1st Wednesday, Monthly)  
Best Foot Forward - Strelley Woodland and Countryside Walk 
Meet at Broad Oak Pub, Strelley Village Taking in the stones of Monks Way, Strelley Hall and All Saints Church. A path through Oldmoor Wood takes us into open fields, before continuing up Catstone Hill to the underground reservoir. Grade: Moderate to hard. Walk length: 4 miles. Duration: 90 minutes. Terrain: Varied – open fields and hilly at times. 
Free.
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011.

10.30am
Best Foot Forward - City Parks Walk (Meet at Victoria Leisure Centre) 
A walk along the boundaries of Sneinton & St Ann’s passing through Victoria Park conservation area, King Edward Park, Stonebridge city farm and may include Green’s Windmill (depending on the walkers’ ability). Grade: Moderate to Hard. Walk length: 2 miles. Duration: 45 - 90 minutes Terrain: Varied (steep hill to Green’s Windmill). 
Free.
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011.

10.30am - 12 noon (1st Wednesday, Monthly)  
Wollaton Dementia Café @ Kingswood Methodist Church, Lambourne Drive 
A place to relax, socialise and meet other people with dementia and their carers in an informal and comfortable environment.   Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Alzheimer's Society 0115 934 3800 or email nottingham@alzheimers.org.uk

10.30am - 12 noon (Last Wednesday, Monthly) 
Coffee morning for adults with hearing loss @ The Ear Foundation 
A relaxed opportunity to meet others and enjoy an informal social. Speakers available on a variety of topics (not always hearing loss related). Email to book your place. 
Free.
Contact The Ear Foundation 0115 942 1985 or sarah.hoyle@earfoundation.org.uk

10.30am - 2pm (Wednesday, Thursday, Friday) 
Friendly Lunch @ The Bridge Centre, 49a Gregory Boulevard 
Cheap café offering lunch, refreshments and a friendly welcome. Occasional day trips and other activities from time to time.  
Call for prices.
Contact Gina Smith 0115 942 1680.

11 - 2pm 
Pew Cushions Making @ St Martin's Church Bilborough 
Friendly sociable group making pew cushions and other crafts. Come and give it a try. No need to be an expert, just willing to have a go.    
Call 07929 013447 or info@stmartinsbilborough.org.uk

From 11am, (1st Wednesday, Monthly) 
Kindred Spirits - Coffee Morning @ The Gatehouse, Tollhouse Hill 
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.   Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk  

From 11am (2nd Wednesday, Monthly)  
Kindred Spirits - Coffee Morning  @ The William Peverel, 259 Main Street 
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.   Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

12pm (3rd Wednesday, Monthly)  
Kindred Spirits - Ten Pin Bowling @ AMF Bowling Centre 
Kindred Spirits organises activities and darts matches each month for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.  
£2 per session.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk  

1pm (4th Wednesday, Monthly)  
Kindred Spirits – Darts @ The March Hare, 248 Carlton Road 
Kindred Spirits organises activities and darts matches each month for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.  
Free.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

1 - 3pm 
Knit Chicks @ Tesco Bulwell 
A friendly group for knitting, chat, crafts and crochet.    

1.30 - 3.30pm 
Meadows Dance and Social Group @ Queens Walk Community Centre 
A social dance and musical afternoon for the over 50's and anyone joining is made extremely welcome. Tuition available for Sequence, Latin and Ballroom dance by a professional ballroom dance teacher Ann Culley.

2.30pm (3rd Wednesday, Monthly) 
Kindred Spirits - Social Afternoon @ The Playhouse, Wellington Circus 
Kindred Spirits organises activities and darts matches each month for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.   Cost varies.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk  

5.30 - 7pm 
Meadows Super Kitchen @ Eden Softplay, Saviours Church 
This is run by Volunteers and offer an opportunity for those who are isolated or lonely, to come along and socialise and make new friends and get a cheap meal and nutritious meal. 
£2.50 (adults), £1.50 (child).
Call 0115 986 4118 or enquiries@edensoftplay.co.uk

8 - 11pm 
Roundabout Social Club @ Federation House, Claremont Road  For 50+ single, separated, widowed and divorced. 
Contact June 01773 777204

Evening (2nd and 4th Wednesday, Monthly) 
Nottingham Writers' Club, meet monthly in the city centre. Anyone who loves to write - aspiring, published or unpublished are welcome. All genres are catered for.   
Contact Phil 0115 938 4098

 

Thursday

Do you fancy getting out of the house and get active on Thursday in Nottingham City? Why not take a look at the list of things available to you.

Morning and afternoon 
Silver Screen @ Broadway, Nottingham 
2 daytime screenings programmed with senior citizens in mind, accessible to wheelchair users and people with limited mobility. Call for specific showtime.
£5 (incl. refreshments).
Contact Broadway Cinema 0115 952 6611.

10.30am 
Best Foot Forward - Forest and Arboretum Walk  (Meet inside Mary Potter Health Centre (North Entrance), Gregory Boulevard) 
A varied walk around ‘The Forest’ following established pathways, with extensive views of the city from lovely wooded areas. Forest Ground Park and Ride (10 mins walk) Grade: Easy to moderate. Walk length: 1.5 and 3 miles. Duration: 40 - 90 minutes. Terrain: Wooded areas. 
Free.
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011.

11 - 3pm 
Afro-Caribbean Club @ Meadows Community Centre, Queen's Walk Social Club 
African-Caribbean retired people, based in the Meadows primarily, but everyone welcome. Afro-Caribbean club, exercise, lunch and craft activities for retired people. The group has exercise in the morning, then lunch and, finances permitting, will do crafts in the afternoon.  
£4.35 for lunch and £1 for a savings club (for birthday card for each member or a bouquet of flowers for those we are sick and day trips).

1 - 3pm 
Seniors' Group @ Sherwood Community Centre 
Group for senior people (over 55's). Play bingo (4 games) and cards, have tea and biscuits and a chat.
£2.50 per session.
Call Pauline 0115 969 2689 or mamabra@mail.com

1.30 - 3.30pm 
Sherwood Tea Dance @ Sherwood Community Centre 
Tea dance organised by The Nottingham Osteoporosis Support Group with Sequence, Line and Ballroom Dancing, with a short break for tea, coffee and biscuits included. Come along and have a really enjoyable afternoon with a great group of people who make everyone welcome. 
Call for prices.
Contact Moira Holmes 0115 9118218 or m.holmes1@ntlworld.com 

1.30 - 3pm 
Crafternoon @ St John's Church Hall 
Enjoy some creative time in a relaxed group setting. Bring your own creative crafts and share your skills or try something new. 
Free.
Call Megan 0115 978 7846.

2 - 4pm (During summer months)
The Meadows Bowls Team @ Bowling Green at Queens Walk Park 
Just pop along and introduce yourself to join in. Refreshments are available from the Pavilion, so even you don't want to bowl, why not just come along and watch with a cuppa and a biscuit.
Free. 

 7 - 8pm
Tai Chi (Mixed ability) @ Mapperley Methodist Church, Woodthorpe Road
The Barehand Long Form of Yang style Tai Chi.
Call for prices
Contact Jason 07941 305587 or email jason@turtlelodgehealing.co.uk

 

Friday

Do you feel trapped at home on a Friday? Why not take a look at the activities available in Nottingham City.

10am 
Best Foot Forward - Wollaton Park (Meet at Bench at the far end of first car park, Wollaton Park) 
A number of pleasant walking routes in Wollaton Park, with its 16th Century Hall, lake and deer park. Grade: Moderate (walk is mainly off paths). Walk length: 1.5 and 3 miles. Duration: 60 minutes. Terrain: Often off footpaths so uneven ground and some inclines. 
Free.
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011.

10am - 12 noon 
Open Voices @ St Martin's Church, Trevose Gardens 
This sociable group is especially suitable for adults with learning disabilities. The music chosen will be varied, with everything from pop songs to classics. The singing session will include a break for refreshments. 
£2 per session (Free taster session).
Call Su Evans 0115 958 9312 or admin@music-for-everyone.org 

10.30am 
Ageless Grace @ Age UK Notts, Bradbury House 
Chair based exercises that exercise both the brain and body, suitable for all abilities. 
£3 per session.
Call Ali Allen 07917 204839.

10.30am 
Mapperley & District U3A - Prospective Members Meeting @ The Plainsman, 149 Woodthorpe Drive
Let U3A membership add another dimension to your life. If you are retired or semi-retired you can take part in educational, creative and leisure activities in the company of others. No qualifications are needed, and none are given. Its groups come together to develop new skills and interests on a primarily social basis. 
Free.
Contact Vic Blake and leave your message on the website https://u3asites.org.uk/mapperley/home

10.30am 
Best Foot Forward - Old Basford Walk (Meet by the Jet petrol station, Mill Street) 
A flat walk with benches at intervals. Lots of interesting wildlife can be found along the way. Grade: Easy to moderate. Walk length: 2 miles. Duration: 45 - 60 minutes (short walk option 30 minutes). Terrain: Flat. 
Free.
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011.

10.40am 
Best Foot Forward - Victoria Embankment Walk (Meet on the corner of London Rd (A60) and Victoria Embankment (city side of river Trent just before Trent Bridge)) 
This is a steady walk along the beautiful tree-lined embankment; we may include a visit to the Memorial Gardens or Wilford Village. Those wishing to do a shorter walk (20 minutes) can leave the walk when we reach the tram line at Wilford Bridge and catch the tram from the Meadows Embankment stop. Grade: Easy to moderate. Walk length: 2 and 3 miles. Duration: 60-90 minutes (short walk option 30 minutes). Terrain: Flat.  
Free.
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011.

11am (1st Friday, Monthly) 
Nottingham Oddfellows @ The Mechanics, North Sherwood Street 
Are you lonely and want to get out and meet people in a social and friendly atmosphere? Come along, all are welcome. 
Contact Karen 01949 843727 or karen.pye-smith@oddfellows.co.uk

From 11am (1st Friday, Monthly) 
Kindred Spirits - Coffee Morning @ Sherwood Manor, Mansfield Road 
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences. Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk  

From 11am (2nd Friday, Monthly) 
Kindred Spirits - Coffee Morning  @ The Peacock, Southchurch Drive 
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.   Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk  

From 11am (4th Friday, Monthly) 
Kindred Spirits - Coffee Morning @ The Woodthorpe Top, 151 Woodthorpe Drive 
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.   Refreshments available to purchase.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

12 noon - 1.30pm 
Kindred Spirits - Table Tennis @ YMCA, Shakespeare Street 
Kindred Spirits organises activities and darts matches each month for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.   £2.50 per session.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk  

12 noon - 5pm 
Clifton Super Kitchen @ Parkgate Community Centre, Chamberlain Close 
This is run by volunteers and offer an opportunity for those who are isolated or lonely, to come along and socialise and make new friends over a cheap and nutritious meal. 
£2.50 (adults), £1.50 (child).

1.30 - 4pm (3rd Friday, Monthly till July 2018)
Kindred Spirits - Film Friday @ Age UK Notts, Bradbury House, Shakespeare Street.
Films are shown with English subtitles.
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

2 - 4pm (1st Friday, Monthly)
Age UK Notts Silver Pride @ Bradbury House, Shakespeare Street 
A social group for older gay and bi-men. Offering a range of activities, walks, discussions, etc. 
£1 per session 
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

7.15 - 9pm 
The Carousel Singers @ Grangewood Church, Grangewood Road
A well-established ladies choir singing a great variety of music. No auditions, no previous experience required. 
Contact Sue England 0115 925 7928

 

Saturday & Sunday

Would you like to get out and about in Nottingham City on weekends? Take a look at what’s on locally.

 

Saturday

9.30am - 12pm 
Saturday Singers @ Belgrave Rooms, Goldsmith Street 
Singing is good for you. Come and try it out. No auditions, all are welcome. Lunch available. 
Contact 0115 931 2157

11am - 1pm (During summer months)
The Meadows Bowls Team @ Bowling Green at Queens Walk Park 
Just pop along and introduce yourself to join in. Refreshments are available from the Pavilion, so even you don't want to bowl, why not just come along and watch with a cuppa and a biscuit.
Free.

 

Sunday

8 - 10pm
Catherine Wheelers Square Dance Club @ Dunkirk Community Centre, Montpellier Road, Dunkirk, Nottingham NG7 2JW 
A dancing activity base on Modern American Square Dancing. Classes starting at intervals throughout the year.  
£2.50 per session (1st session free).
Call Paul Mee 07549 108515 or paulmee2@sky.com  

From 12pm (Bank Holiday Sunday) 
Kindred Spirits - Bank Holiday Socials @ Various locations, call for details .
Kindred Spirits organises activities for people in later life to get together, make new friends and share experiences.  
Free (may have associated costs depending on the event).
Call Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk

2 - 5pm (Winter hours from 28 Oct 1 - 4pm) 
Nottingham City Petanque Club @ Valley Road, Sherwood (Entrance opposite former Fiveways pub)
Play French boules. Anyone wishing to try the game are welcome. Equipment is provided, and only casual clothing required.  
First 3 visits free.
Contact 07972 424052

 

Various days and time

Age UK Notts Older Lesbian Network @ Bradbury House, Shakespeare Street 
Provides opportunities for older lesbians aged 55+ to meet informally. Meeting approximately every 2 months for networking, sharing and social activities. 
Contact Age UK Notts 0115 844 0011 or info@ageuknotts.org.uk