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Every week we run dozens of exercise sessions

Let's Move Together and Improve Together

We deliver a variety of community-based classes in Somerset and North Somerset. They are a great way to become fitter, healthier and to meet people. We are delighted to welcome new clients and would love to see you at our classes.

Find out more about our exercise classes

Previous Events

 

  • Our Annual Christmas Carol Service took place on Wednesday 8th December 2021, 11am, at Wells Cathedral

    Join us for our annual Christmas service with Carols at Wells Cathedral.

    After a pause of a year due to the Coronavirus pandemic we were delighted that this year's Christmas Carol Service took place!

    Info:

    All are welcome.  No tickets are required for this event. 

    Space is limited so we recommend you arrive early to get a good seat and dress warmly.

    Due to the uncertain situation with the Covid 19 pandemic please check this page again nearer the time in case of changes.  Safety is of course our paramount concern.

  • An evening with Dr Lucy Pollock, author of 'The Book about getting Older' took place on Friday 1st October 2021 at St James' Church, Taunton

    'The most important book about the second half of your life you'll ever read.’ SANDI TOKSVIG

    To mark International Older Person's Day Dr Lucy Pollock kindly agreed to talk at this event with all profits going to Age UK Somerset.  The evening was very enjoyable and raised over £1,000!

    Lucy's book is serious, funny, kind, knowledgeable, empowering and very readable. It guides us towards the essential conversations about getting older that go straight to the heart of what matters most.

    There's never been a more important time to talk about getting older.

    If you weren't able to attend the event we have organised another one on 11th February in Weston super Mare!

  • Wednesday 11th December, 11am, at Wells Cathedral

    Hundreds of singers in our audience at Wells Cathedral for our annual service of Carols made this a very special event. 

    We were also treated to wonderful performances by The Salvation Army Band and The Brue Boys.

    Next year's Carol Service will take place on Wednesday 9th December at 11am - put the date in your new diaries! 

  • Autumn Leaves Fundraising Concert

    A wonderful evening was had by all at the Autumn Leaves concert held on October 26th at St James Church, Taunton. 

    The event was put on and performed by the Taunton Male Voice Choir with guests Four Lanes Male Choir of Cornwall, in aid of Age UK Somerset.

    The event raised some much needed funds through ticket sales, the bar and a retiring collection to which the audience gave generously.  We are very grateful to everyone involved.

  • Our Annual Tea Dance

    On Thursday 3rd October, Age UK Somerset held their annual fund raising event at the Winter Gardens Pavillion in Weston-super-Mare. More than 150 dancers attended, joined by families, carers and volunteers, whirling round to ballroom, Latin and sequence dance favourites.

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  • Rotary Club Charity Golf Day

    The Rotary Club of Glastonbury and Street kindly held a Charity Golf Day in aid of Age UK Somerset on the 5th September at Wheathill Golf Club. 

    It was a smashing event and we were delighted to receive a cheque for £2,000 which will make a big difference to the lives of local people in the area.

     

  • Compton Dundon Golf Society Charity Golf Day

    Compton Dundon Golf Society held a Charity Golf Day in aid of Age UK Somerset at the Isle of Wedmore Golf Club on 30th August 2019.

    We are very grateful to the Golf Society for choosing us as their charity for the day. 

    They were doubly generous because not only did they raise £1,400 for us through entry fees, donations and a raffle, but also, they let the team representing Age UK Somerset win!  How kind ;-)