Social Activities and Groups for Older People
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Acoustic Voices is a mixed voice a cappella ensemble led by Lynda Rhodes who specialises in a cappella singing techniques. We sing a wide range of music with specially arranged folk and pop repertoire. We aim to sing at community events throughout the year.
Telephone: 01902 892301
Activeyes provides an inclusive and varied programme of regular leisure and social activities that is open to all with sight loss, we also like to add a few thrills, spills and a bit of spice to your life along the way. Activities include walks, audio and much more
Telephone: 01902 880111
Contact the centre for the activities.
Telephone: 01902 556680
Appreciate U C.I.C. is a Community Interest Company based in Wednesfield. Our main activities are based around befriending and mentoring services. We aim to bring people together for coffee mornings, days out, and social activities that help to reduce isolation, provide support and encourage people to build friendships
Telephone: 07866 062465 or 07783 588412
Aspiring Futures CIC is a women-led local social enterprise that aims to support women to ‘aspire for better’, through the provision of a range of health and well-being holistic services to enhance quality of life, increase economic and career prospects and improve social inclusion. Activities include swimming sessions, soft-furnishing course, cookery and fitness.
Telephone: 01902 458770
If you’re looking for a social activity, learn a new skill and make new friends then come along to our Independent Learning Centre (ILC). The ILC has over 300 places a week offering a range of activities: e.g. Gym/Recreation/Sensory Suite
Telephone: 01902 880111
Bilston Craft Gallery’s lively programme of changing exhibitions features the best of contemporary ceramics, glass, jewellery, textiles, metal, woodwork and more.
Telephone: 01902 552507
Bilston Ramblers is a Black Country Group for Black Country People. We are a new Group of the Ramblers Association only being formed in 1998. Our allocated area covers the towns of Willenhall, Bilston, Coseley, Blakenall and Tipton but people from anywhere can join us.
Telephone: 01902 633849
Bilston Town Hall is a historic grade II listed building and has activities including the Bilston Film Club.
Telephone: 01902 497222
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Walking Football is designed to help people keep an active lifestyle despite their age, as well as getting those back playing football who had to stop due to injuries.
Telephone: 01902 687039 or 07532 411166
The session provides people with a fun, easy way to exercise. The instructor will cater routines and gentle exercises to your abilities. The first session is FREE, thereafter it is £3 per session.
Telephone: 01902 687039 or 07532 411166
The Bob Jones Community Hub is the new name of the former Blakenhall Community and Healthy Living Centre. The aim of Community Hub is to bring together a number of different services under one roof to provide a better service for local communities. Facilities include a gym, badminton courts, library, indoor bowls, table tennis, café and crèche
Telephone: 01902 555460
The Citizens’ Panel is 1,300 Wolverhampton citizens who have agreed to take part in regular consultation activities. The panel gives citizens of Wolverhampton an opportunity to have their say about life in the city.
Telephone: 01902 555865
Come and be inspired to start something new or bring your own project and receive help and guidance to complete it. We offer advice and skilled training to help with Embroidery – hand & machine, Dressmaking, Bag making, Patchwork & Quilting, Applique, Wall-hangings, Soft furnishings etc.
Telephone: 07917 675002 – 07754 666354
We were established some 20 years ago by our Principal Yvette Edwards. Yvette is a fully qualified Licentiate Dance Teacher with the International Dance Teachers Association and has over 33 years’ experience. We specialise in Ballroom / Latin American / Sequence Dancing Children’s Dance
Telephone: 01902 330147
Easy Line Gyms could be the perfect place for you to kick-start your more active lifestyle. Easy Line Gyms are provided by City of Wolverhampton Council and are located in Community Hubs and Centres in various locations throughout the city.
Telephone: Wolverhampton Health Trainers : 01902 444246 or Anita Patel (Public Health): 01902 552439
The Ekta day centre offers a day service which provides a wide range of social and leisure activities for Asian elders aged 55 or over. It has space for 30 people every day who wish to meet other people, socialise and take part in activities.
Telephone: 01902 553554
We are a small, friendly, group who meet at the Smestow School Swimming Pool, Castlecroft on Sunday afternoons at 1.15 pm. The club is a great way to keep fit and active and meet new friends in the process. A qualified lifeguard is in attendance.
Telephone: 01902 764671
FIT 4 LIFE OVER 50 is an award-winning provider of Motivation and Exercise courses for people of all ages. We offer a range of courses from Gentle Exercise/ Falls Prevention and Tai Chi to Belly Dance and Bollywood. Based at Woilverhmapoton Cricket Club, Wombourne Community Centre and Newman Centre Tettenhall
Telephone: 07850 117321
The ‘Friends of West Park’ was set up in Summer 2012 and is currently evolving into an active group with the aim of preserving and enhancing the Park and its amenities.
Telephone: 01902 425527
The Friendship Clubs meets at Cafe Zest, 2nd Floor at the House of Fraser (formerly Beatties) every Tuesday and Thursday starting at 11 am. The club gives older people from Wolverhampton a place to socialise and meet new people.
Contact Age UK Wolverhampton 01902 572060
If you would like to learn how to use a computer so you can keep in touch with friends and family via the internet or learn how to access information or shop online safely and securely then the AGE UK Get Connected computer service is for you.
Telephone: 01902 572060
It’s well known that regular exercise is good for our bodies – and there’s good evidence that it improves our mental wellbeing too. But we know that having a mental health problem can reduce our desire to be physically active.
Telephone: 01384 442938
The Goldthorn Theatre Company (GTC) was established in 1997 by June and Richard Green to present plays with audience appeal in their home theatre at The Royal Wolverhampton School, Goldthorn Road, Woverhampton, West Midlands, England.
Telephone: 01902 763089 or 0789 103 5302
Greycoll Pipe Band are based in the Long Knowle Community Hub. If you are interested in learning to play the bagpipes or getting involved with the running of a local pipe band then please get in touch with us. We practise at Long Knowle every Monday evening.
Telephone: 01902 552442
The centre caters for predominantly, but not exclusively African-Caribbean older people. A transport service is available to bring service users to the premises. Day centres aim to promote the health, well-being and independence of older people by offering a range of social activities and hobbies
Telephone: 01902 352944
Himley Cricket Club was formed in 1883 with cricket being played at the Stourbridge Road ground ever since. Himley C.C. has grown rapidly over the last 15 years
Telephone: 01902 898239
The Home Library Service is part of Dudley Libraries. The service delivers a range of materials directly to the homes of individuals who are disabled or who have difficulty in getting to their local library. A member of library staff calls once every 4 weeks.
Telephone: 01384 812870
The Howling Wolves Community Choir is Wolverhampton’s very own community choir for adults 18+. We formed in 2013 and meet for rehearsals every Wednesday evening. You don’t have to be a great singer, or even have sung before.
For over 40 years, through various transformations, Interfaith Wolverhampton’s work has helped people of different faiths – and none – come to know each other better, stand up together against prejudice and those who would spread distrust and discord.
Telephone: 01902 427601
If you are interested in craft, such as knitting, crochet or sewing, our friendly AGE UK Wolverhampton Knit and Natter group meets in our Darlington Street base. New members are always welcome – for a cuppa, a chat and a chance to learn new skills.
Telephone: 01902 572060
We are a friendly group of knitters and crocheters of all ages and abilities. Wool, needles and crochet hooks are available to borrow. We can provide transport if getting to the venue is a problem. We can also provide out reach to people unable to people unable to get to sessions. St Bart’s Church on 1st and 3rd Friday of the month.
Telephone: 01902 338484 or 01902 576809 (church office)
Come and knit and chat on a Tuesday afternoon at 2pm at Ashmore Park Baptist Church, Griffiths Drive, Ashmore Park. Contact Church Office 01902 428962
Later Life Companions
The Independant Luncheon Clubs, now called Later Life Companions, are fun and sociable, offering activities such as crafts, quizzes and bingo. A delicious home cooked meal is also supplied. The clubs take place across the city and a warm and friendly welcome is offered. An assessment will be required and transport can be arranged. Referrals via Age UK Wolverhampton, Hupton House, 93-94 Darlington Street, Wolverhampton, WV1 4EX
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LGBT is an initialism that stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender. The local LGBT Network Wolverhampton prides themselves on the projects that are designed to support and strengthen the LGBT community in Wolverhampton.
Telephone: 01902 425092
Lichfield Flyball Club is the Flyball section of Lichfield and District Dog Training Society. Flyball is a team racing activity for dogs. Each dog has to run down a course over four jumps, retrieve a tennis ball from a dog friendly delivery box and return…
Life Direct is an advice service which provides information and guidance about a range of opportunities to help you make the most of later life. We are here to help and support people aged 55 and over, as well as unpaid carers.
Telephone: 0845 155 0307
LINE DANCE CLASS- BEGINNER, IMPROVER & CLASSIC DANCES Great Music and Easier Dances. Well-Known Classic Dances Taught and Revised. Learn Only the Best of New Dances. Easy-Going, Happy & Welcoming Class. No Pressure, Plenty of Laughs. Refreshments Break with Lots of Chat, Monthly Lunches. St Marks Road, Wolverhampton.
Telephone: 01902 593386
Yoga and Meditation classes are available two evenings a week at the Long Knowle Community Hub. The Tarbuck Yoga Club meets up on Thursday & Friday evening: 6.45pm to 9.00pm The classes are very popular and a great way to meet new friends and socialise.
Telephone: 01902 552442
Long Knowle Community Hub hosts a Monday Dance Club. The club is a great way to socialise, meet new people, make friends and catch up. The dance activities at the moment are mainly sequence dance, but these can be varied if requested.
Telephone: 01902 552442
Long Knowle host popular sequence, social and ballroom dancing sessions on Tuesday and Friday afternoons. The dance sessions are a great way to keep fit, meet new people, make friends and socialise.
Telephone: 01902 552442
Long Knowle host a social club for blind and visually handicapped people at the Community Hub. The club is run by Beacon Centre for the Blind. Among the activities and events on offer for the service users are quizzes, crafts, trips out and talks from guest speakers.
Telephone: 01902 880111
Mahamudra or the ‘Great Symbol’ is a form of meditative practice that is central to the teachings of the Kargyu school of Vajrayana Buddhism. The Mahamudra method is highly suited to modern urbanized living.
Telephone: 0758 724 6095
MicroPoint brings enterprising people, care and support together. Have you ever thought about offering support to older people or people with a disability?
Telephone: 01902 773761 or 07513 974962
Midlands Chorale is a long established and well renowned mixed voice Chamber Choir which performs and draws its members from all over the Midlands. Rehearsals take place on Saturday mornings in the village of Brewood in Staffordshire.
Telephone: 01902 850175
Mindspace offer a relaxing way of training the mind focused around a modern presentation of the ancient art of Mindfulness & Meditation. Practical techniques are available for you to learn how to calm & focus your mind.
Telephone: 0121 2850 844
Fun and friendship set to music. Dancing for couples of all ages. Average is 50 to 70 years. Teacher/Caller will teach you to dance by teaching a new move every week until you have learnt 60 moves/calls. St Joseph’s Church Hall, Coalway Road, Penn, WOLVERHAMPTON on Tuesday evenings.
Telephone: 01902 339139 or Mobile: 0795 259 1868
Back in 1895, we were founded with the aim of saving our nation’s heritage and open spaces. 120 years later, we’re still working hard to uphold these values.
Telephone: 0844 800 1895 or 0344 800 1895
Newhampton Arts Centre is a lively arts venue in Wolverhampton, it boasts a number of features and activities and is home to a number of local organisations. There is something to do for all age groups throughout the year. The centre has lots of fun activities, classes, fitness and dance sessions.
Telephone: 01902 572090
Nordic walking is a workout that tones the whole body. It uses poles which provide support whilst working the upper body as well as the lower. It can help people who find walking difficult due to joint problems, excess weight or balance issues.
Telephone: 01902 687039
Website: Nordic Walking UK
The Wolverhampton Over 50’s Forum is an organisation for older people run by older people who wish to see that they and the many others in the city can speak and be heard. The only two requirements for membership are that you are over the age of fifty and that you live within the City of Wolverhampton. The Forum meets on the third Wednesday of each month in Committee Room 3, Third Floor, Civic Centre Wolverhampton, WV1 1RT.
Telephone: 01902 654698
Painting in Penn is a self help group of amateur artists that range from beginners to more skilled and advanced painters. The aim of the group is to promote painting as a leisure and cultural activity for the local community.
Telephone: 01902 343528
We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson’s, their families and carers. We organise regular events and social activities. Join us – and meet other people affected by Parkinson’s in your area.
Telephone: 01902 788229 Jackie Conn (Branch and Volunteer Support Officer): 0844 225 3644
Pattingham Drama Group was set up in 1956. It is an amateur drama group based in South Staffordshire. Productions are normally held at our local village hall but we have staged shows at other venues including our parish church, pub and a prison.
Telephone: 01902 701433 or0778 559 7900
Penn and District Gardening Society is still going strong, and this year celebrates its 75th anniversary. Talks are held at Bradmore Community Centre, and trips are organised for members to various gardens and stately homes. Supplies of seeds, fertilisers, gardening products etc. can be obtained from Society’s Shop.
Telephone: 01902 345189
Penn Cricket Club was founded in 1908 and provides facilities for people of all ages to play cricket competitively or for enjoyment at all levels. We provide junior and senior cricket facilities for men, women, boys and girls from the age of 7 to 70.
Telephone: 0785 025 3671 or 01902 656378
Monthly demonstrations by recognised Nafas Flower Arrangers at the Victory Hall, Greyhound Lane, Lower Penn. At the end of the evening, the arrangements are raffled off. Occasional workshops are organised as are outings to view summer gardens or Christmas arrangements at various stately homes.
Telephone: 01902 764456
Penn Singers is a 70 member mixed voice choir based in Penn, Wolverhampton. The choir sings a wide variety of music ranging from classical to popular music via church music and songs from the shows. We organise 5 major concerts a year.
Telephone: 01902 897545
The Polish Community was founded in Wolverhampton during 1946-1948. It was set up to support and assist Polish residents who had settled in the City and choose to make Wolverhampton their new home.
Telephone: 01902 421645
The Rotary Club is one of Great Britain’s oldest clubs, established in 1921.We currently have over 60 members. The Club meets weekly on Tuesday lunchtimes at Linden House, Tettenhall.
This friendly group of local birdwatchers and wildlife lovers meets once a month in Tettenhall to enjoy an illustrated talk and also runs monthly coach trips to some of the best birdwatching venues in Britain.
Telephone: 0790 043 1820
Skills Hub offers day opportunities for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. We offer a variety of fun, interesting and engaging activities through a user-led service. Skills Hub gives people the opportunity to take part in activities, e.g. Cooking, Gardening, Arts and Craft Photography.
Contact the centre for activities.
Telephone: 01902 552451
St. Columba’s Day Centre provides a vital care service, social activities and promotes independence. The centre caters for elderly people who are in need of social stimulation and interaction. They have a fully trained care team, who offer a caring and friendly service to all.
Telephone: 01902 761192
If you live in and around Wolverhampton and you’re interested in walking and helping to preserve and extend the national footpath network, then there’s an organisation you should be keen to join.
Telephone: 01782 642872
The aim of the group is to reduce isolation and encourage the building of friendships between people over the age of 50. Service users can share their skills, expertise and knowledge in sewing, knitting, sugar/cake craft and crafts in general. Bilston Memorial Hall, Wednesday afternoon.
Telephone: 01902 250494
Tettenhall and District Horticultural Society is run by a committee of dedicated volunteers. The society was formed in 1915 to promote the cultivation and enjoyment of flowers, fruit and vegetables within Tettenhall and its surrounding districts.
Telephone: 01902 746646
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The Club was formed in 1982 and is affiliated to the Photographic Alliance of Great Britain (PAGB) through the Midland Counties Photographic Federation (MCPF). The aims of the Club are to promote photography, and photographic achievement and skills, in a relaxed, friendly and supportive atmosphere.
Telephone: 01952 596334 or 0742 516 9764
The Victory Painting Group was established in October 2004 and has 30 members of all abilities working in a variety of media. We have visiting artists every month to demonstrate their techniques. Visitors are welcomed to these events for a fee of £3.00. Held at Victory Hall, Greyhound Lane, Lower Penn, Wednesdays
Telephone: 01902 839076
Walking for Health in Wolverhampton has over 40 regular walks in different areas of the City. The walks are especially suited for people who currently don’t do much walking but who want to get healthier, fitter and be happier.
Telephone: 0800 0734242 or 01902 444246
Wednesfield Ladies Guild meet regularly at Long Knowle Community Hub. We are primarily a social club for ladies and women from the local area. We invite a variety of guest speakers to our meetings and also arrange a host of social events throughout the year.
Telephone: 01902 552442
Vocational, international and community service.
Telephone: 01746 763710
The West Midlands Faiths Forum (WMFF) offers a unique opportunity for faith communities to share and learn from one another, whilst making a major contribution to regional policy-making.
Telephone: 0121 633 5536
Woden provides a wide range of quality services which promote the health and independence of older people. The aim of the centre is to enable older people to maximise their independence by supporting them and their carers with services which are accessible.
Telephone: 01902 553494
We are based in Wolverhampton and are affiliated to GNAS (Grand National Archery Society). Our service is open to both adults and juniors.
Telephone: 0757 729 4642
We’re a friendly bunch and welcome members old and new to come and join us for a chat and share our passion and enthusiasm for the hobby of Amateur radio.
Telephone: 01902 585578
Wolverhampton Association of Disabled Sport (WADS) was formed to give disabled people the opportunity to take part in sport in a happy atmosphere together with able-bodied relatives and friends.
Telephone: 01902 753866
Wolverhampton Astronomical Society was founded in 1951, the Society has witnessed over a half a century of fantastic achievements in astronomy and space exploration. The Society is open to anyone with an interest in Astronomy including complete beginners who are more than welcome.
Telephone: 01902 342710
Our aim is to teach, promote and encourage people to play Bridge. We provide a friendly welcome to visitors; if you do not have a partner to play with we can find you one. Our facility has a member’s bar and a large car park.
Telephone: 01902 287159 or 01902 424422 (Club)
Wolverhampton Cats Protection is run entirely by volunteers who give up their free time to help cats. We work daily to rescue, rehabilitate and rehome stray and unwanted cats and kittens, as well as cpwolverhampton offering advice, information and education to the public.
Telephone: Helpline: 01902 651173
The Wolverhampton Chamber Choir is a medium sized four part chamber choir, drawn from the city and nearby. Formed in 1974, the choir has created a loyal following and occupies a unique place in the musical life of the city. Three main concerts a year.
Telephone: 01902 744564
Wolverhampton Chess Club is the oldest chess club in the City, it has been running since 1895. We seek to provide opportunities to playing chess socially and or competitively. The club runs teams in the Birmingham, Dudley and Wolverhampton leagues. Everyone is welcome from beginner to Grandmaster.
Telephone: Frank Wood (Chair) – 01902 326272
The Embroiderers’ Guild is the UK’s leading craft organisation, a self-funding educational charity and registered museum which promotes embroidery and provides access to its resources and skills for the benefit of the whole community.
Telephone: 01902 557971
Wolverhampton Film Makers was formally known as Wulfrun Camcorder Club We are a local film and video making club. Anyone who is interested in making films or using a video camera is made very welcome.
Telephone: Steve Porter 01922 406280
Friends of the Earth local volunteer groups work to improve the environment locally, nationally and internationally. We’re helping to: Connect more people with the environment. Persuade politicians, businesses and others to see things differently.
Telephone: 01902 238539 or 0790 483 9451
The Wolverhampton Friendship Centre O50 was formed in 1991 as a self-help group of over 50 year olds who felt that not all of their requirements were being catered for by other organisations. Most of the activities are run by members, for members.
Telephone: 01902 620385
Wolverhampton Photographic Society was established in 1888. We are passionate about photography, in all its forms. Stunning colour landscapes, moody and atmospheric black and whites, perfectly captured nature, or out and out creativity. Our weekly meetings are warm and sociable affairs with a friendly membership.
Telephone: 01902 790429
Based in the West Midlands of England the band was formed in the late 1960’s as the Wednesfield Sea Scout and Ranger Pipe Band. The name was changed to the Wolverhampton Pipe Band in the early 1970’s in recognition of its expanding membership.
Telephone: 01902 552442
If you live in Wolverhampton or the surrounding area and are interested in Walks/ Rambles/ Rambling/ Walking and helping to preserve and extend the National Footpath network, we are the Group for you.
Telephone: Julie on 01902-781501 or Dave on 07733976309
The aim of the society is to encourage appreciation of classical music through a wide range of illustrated presentations using all forms of media including CDs, DVDs, LPs and Tape.
Telephone: 01902 754740
Facilities: Gym Pool Workout Classes Soft Play Café Meeting Rooms
Telephone: 01902 384777
Offering swimming lessons and structured training for all ages from 4 yrs old and all abilities from non-swimmer through to National level competitive swimmer.
Telephone: 0742 815 0149
To promote competitive league table tennis in the Wolverhampton area. Any person who wishes to play in a league whether for the first time or returning to the sport. Please Note: This is NOT the contact point for beginners or coaching.
Telephone: 01902 609699
Encouraging a cycling culture across Wolverhampton, Bilston, Wednesfield, Tettenhall, Penn and beyond. Wolves On Wheels Cycle Campaign works in a number of areas:- The Campaign’s main aim is the creation a cycling culture in the Wolverhampton area.
Telephone: 01902 336383
Wombourne Ramblers lead rambles of 3 miles or 6 miles every Wednesday morning meeting at the Old Railway Station car park in Wombourne. The walks are not too demanding and the company is enjoyable. Apart from our walks we also run some social events.
Telephone: 01902 326272
We are a friendly local independent walking club, founded in 1947, based in Wolverhampton, in the West Midlands. We have 120 members coming mostly from within a ten mile radius of the city. The age range of our club is mainly 50+.
Telephone: 01902 372887
Wulfruna Ladies Choir has 25+ members whose ages range from 10 to a lot older. The choir meets every Tuesday evening at Bradmore Community Centre. The songs performed are a lively mixture of old and new music with2 and 3 part singing.
Telephone: 01902 663185 or Mobile: 0747 388 5197
Aldersley Leisure Village provides opportunities for all the community to participate in over 20 sports. The centre caters for all ages and abilities with first class indoor and outdoor facilities which include: health and fitness suite outdoor facilities: athletics track, velodrome, synthetic pitches and grass pitches.
Telephone: 01902 551010
Monthly meetings are held at 2.00pm at the Friends’ Meeting House at 8b Summerfield Road (off Bath Road), Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton WV1 4PR.
Call Chris Collins 01902 420695
Many groups and activities are offered
Wolverhampton Friendship Centre O50
Who we are
We are a group of mainly retired over 50’s who have banded together to organise for ourselves a more fulfilling and caring retirement. We organise weekly activities, and many special days out and, from time to time, holidays and theatre weekends
What we do…. Tenpin Bowling, Art, Square Dancing, Indoor Bowls, Cards, Keep Fit, Crown Green Bowls, Line Dancing, Performing Arts, Camcorders, Mixed voice choir, Tea Dances
Where we meet
- Many of our regular indoor activities are held at the prestigious Goodyear Pavilion, Stafford Road, Oxley, Wolverhampton
- Our mixed voice choir meets at Bradmore Community Centre
- Several of our activities use Fordhouses Community Centre
How to join us
Phone Margaret on 01902 620385
What will it cost me?
Our annual membership fee is presently £5.00 per year with a small charge for each event you attend
The Friendship News
This is our 4-monthly newsletter posted free to paid-up members.
It carries general news. More particularly it carries details of one-off and special events and the appropriate booking forms.
We have very active Trips Out organisers and from time to time away-weeks are also arranged
Be sure of a warm welcome, and great chat at any of the following times, all welcome.
Chapel Ash – Mondays 11am to 1pm.
Wesleyan Holiness Church, Merridale Lane, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton, WV3 9RD
Tettenhall Wood – Tuesday’s 1.30pm to 3.30pm
Christ Church, Church Road, Tettenhall Wood, Wolverhampton, WV6 8NQ
Merry Hill – Tuesdays 2 to 4pm.
St Joseph’s Church, Coalway Road, Merry Hill, Wolverhampton, WV3 7NN
Penn – Monday’s 10am to 12noon
The Oak Room, St Bart’s Church, Church Hill, Penn, Wolverhampton, WV4 5JB
Wolverhampton City Centre – Monday to Friday, 8.15am to 4pm
St. George’s Hub, St. Mark’s Road, Chapel Ash, Wolverhampton, WV3 0QH
Graiseley & Penn Fields
St Chad and St Mark’s Church, Lime Street, Wolverhampton, WV3 0EX
Wolverhampton City Centre – Monday 3.15pm to 4.45pm & Friday 2pm to 4pm
The Church @ Broad Street, Westbury Street (off Broad Street), Wolverhampton, WV1 1JD
East Park – Fridays 2.30pm to 3.30pm
Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Baitul Atta Mosque, 146 Willenhall Road, Wolverhampton, WV1 2HT
Contact Phil and Christine Core
Tab @Broad Street
Tel: 07825 536444