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

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.

Click the image above  to download a PDF copy of the activities timetable.

The Age UK Sandwell Spring 2023 newsletter is now available to download! The newsletter also includes a copy of the activities timetable for your convenience.

Click here to download the newsletter

 

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Walk  & Talk Weekly Group Session

Meeting Point: Sandwell Aquatics Centre - B67 7EP

Our Walk and Talk Groups are short walks designed for people who wish to gain the benefits of regular exercise, whilst talking to like-minded people. Our advertised weekly "rain or shine" walks are free, friendly, and fun. Our weekly Thursday walk sets off at the same time (1:00pm) each week exploring the local area, and is timed to finsih around 2pm with the opportunity of refreshments and connections.

Whilst anyone can attend these walks are aimed towards older people aged 65 and up.

If you would like to try one of the regular health walks or simply find out more information, please contact us:-

Telephone - 0121 437 0033

Click to email the activity team: activities@ageuksandwell.org.uk

Click to emaila General enquiry: info@ageuksandwell.org.uk 

Click here to download the leaflet

 

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Coffee Mates

Cradley Heath Library, Upper High Street, Cradley Heath, b64 5JU
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Come to our monthly library group to have a hot drink, chat and meet new people. Some weeks we have a group chat and others we have one off activities or informal guest speakers Everyone is welcome.

Held from 11:00am every 3rd Monday of the month; 17th Jun, 15th Jul, 19th Aug, 16th Sep, 21st Oct, 18th Nov, 16th Dec in 2024.

To book or find out more information please email using one of the email buttons below or call us on the number below.

Telephone - 0121 437 0033

Click to email the activity team:
activities@ageuksandwell.org.uk

Click to email a general enquiry:
info@ageuksandwell.org.uk 

Click here to download the leaflet (PDF)

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    Women First Walk & Talk - Brittania Park

    Would you like to exercise and meet new people?

    Why not come along to our women's only park walk and enjoy some fresh air and have a chat.

    Location: Britannia Park, Rowley Regis
    Meeting Point: outside the signed park entrance on Ross Road
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    11am every Thursday for roughly 1 hour.

    • Visiting professionals who support women's wellbeing.
    • Improves physical and mental health.
    • Every week - come rain or shine!
    • Meet like minded people

    To register your interest or for more information, please email the ctivities team (button below) or call 0121 437 0033

    Download the leaflet (PDF) (PDF, 3 MB)

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    activities@ageuksandwell.org.uk 

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    Women First Walk & Talk - Hydes Road Pool

    Would you like to exercise and meet new people?

    Why not come along to our women's only park walk and enjoy some fresh air and have a chat.

    Location:Hydes Road Pool, Wednesbury
    Meeting Point: by the grey gate on Woden Road next to the children's play park.
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    1:45 pm every Wednesday for roughly 1 hour.

    • Visiting professionals who support women's wellbeing.
    • Improves physical and mental health.
    • Every week - come rain or shine!
    • Meet like minded people

    To register your interest or for more information, please email the ctivities team (button below) or call 0121 437 0033

    Download the leaflet (PDF) (PDF, 3 MB)

    Download the leaflet (PNG) 

    activities@ageuksandwell.org.uk 

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    Exercise and balance for health

    Tuesdays
    Brasshouse Community Centre, Brasshouse Lane, Smethwick B66 1BA

    Join our FREE 12 week exercise and balance class, every Tuesday (from 7th June) at Brasshouse community centre.

    Booking is essential.

    10:00am - 11:15am - Risk Assessments for new members (each one should take around 20-30 mins)
    11:30am - 12:30pm - Strength and Balance Exercise class
    12:30pm - 13:00pm - Tea/ Coffee and chat (if people wish to.)

    For times and more information, please call us on 0121 437 0033 or email
    activities@ageuksandwell.org.uk

    Download the leaflet (PDF, 1 MB)

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    BINGO

    Every Wednesday 11am - 12pm (Arrive at 10:45am)
    Mecca Bingo Oldbury, 50 Halesowen St, Oldbury, B69 2AN
    £2.50

     

    Play 3 games with big prizes!

    Plus free hot drink and chat after the games, all for £2.50. Come along and join our friendly group, eyes down and win a prize!

    To join in the fun and become a member contact Wendy on phone 0121437 0033 or
    activities@ageuksandwell.org.uk

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The Stroke Community Wellbeing Project

Join this FREE 12 week program provides support for people in their stroke recovery within the local community.

The sessions will involve mix of seated exercise and social peer support (coffee and chat).

Booking is essential.

For more information contact David on 0121 437 0033 or email:

david.jones@albionfoundation.co.uk  or

activities@ageuksandwell.org.uk 

Download the leaflet.

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.