Community Activities

Are you looking for social groups, practical support or leisure activities in Oldham and Tameside? Then you’ve come to the right place!

Action Together’s community activities directory features an ever increasing range of services delivered by local voluntary, community, faith and social enterprise organisations. To find an activity to suit your needs or those of a loved one or client, please search the community activities below.

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Hosted by: Support and Action for Women's Network
A drop-in service providing information, signposting and advice on basic money matters.

Hosted by: Support and Action for Women's Network
An appointment based service providing information, signposting and advice on basic money matters.

Hosted by: Oldham Greenhill Community Sports and Recreation Club
Every Saturday 10-11.30am boys 5-10 years old football training and skills delivered by qualified coaches small charge for the session of £3 and must fill registration form

Hosted by: Shree Ram Mandir
Tai Chi session (to include armchair exercises)

Hosted by: Shree Ram Mandir
Drop-in group for all community members. We provide opportunities for people to socialise, gain information, we invite speakers, arrange activities and share together with a meal (cooked on premises)

Hosted by: Shree Ram Mandir
Yoga session for all (easy Yoga exercises and relaxation)

Hosted by: Tameside and Glossop Diabetes Group
We support people with diabetes by organising monthly meetings. We organise speakers to talk about things related to diabetes.

Hosted by: Bloco Mente Samba
the weekly drumming session is for anyone who wants to learn a new skill and do something that is going to make you smile ! Anyone can join in regardless of musical ability and all instruments are provided. The first session is free and it is £6 per week after that. Children under 16 can join us... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Made by Mortals CIC
‘Hearts & Minds’ is an inter-generational project that brings together older and younger people to create original music theatre. During weekly workshops, groups of over 55s create touring shows aimed at younger people and community audiences. These workshops also promote using creativity as a... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Made by Mortals CIC
The Johnny Barlow Theatre Company aims to create multimedia performances that inspire social action and positive community change. We achieve this through innovative collaborations between professional artists and adults with mental health issues and/or learning difficulties in weekly workshops. We... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Made by Mortals CIC
Reshuffle provides pathways into the creative industries for young people in challenging circumstances, including special educational needs, not in education, employment or training, looked after, in the youth justice system; young carers, and/or emotional and behavioural difficulties. Through... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Activities R Us
Bringing people out of isolation especially BME women.

Hosted by: Activities R Us
We offer free English classes for ladies who speak basic or little English also those who wish to build their confidence in speaking English. Mainly women who's second language is English attend these sessions.

Hosted by: Activities R Us
we are delivering various sports coaching sessions to help women improve their health, lifestyle and develop skills.

Hosted by: 6th Ashton Scouts
Beaver Scouts are the youngest section of the Scouting family. Their activities are based around making things, outdoor activities, singing, playing games, going out on visits, investigating nature, listening to stories, learning how to be safe and most importantly, making new friends.

Hosted by: 6th Ashton Scouts
The Cub Pack is the second section of the Scout Group following on from Beavers. Cub Scouts are young people aged between 8 and 10 ½. For Cubs, excitement and adventure are key. Their programme offers a huge variety of activities surrounding areas of fitness, global and beliefs; whilst allowing... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 6th Ashton Scouts
Scouts aims to build and develop young people’s confidence, sense of adventure and outdoor skills, as well as encouraging them to explore their beliefs and attitudes and be creative. It offers them the independence to put these skills into practice at camps and even on international trips. Scouts... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 3rd Ashton Scouts
We do badge work, camping, hiking, trips, competition camps, water sports, cooking, climbing and much more. Children aged 10 1/2 - 14 1/2 years old.

Hosted by: Crossely Community Centre
people wishing to lose weight

Hosted by: Crossely Community Centre
Activities for children over half term holidays including arts & crafts, sports, puzzles and board games followed by a healthy brunch

Hosted by: Crossely Community Centre
people who enjoy or want to learn to do woodcarving

Hosted by: Crossely Community Centre
sewing for beginners or intermediate, learn about pattern cutting and sewing all types of garments

Hosted by: Crossely Community Centre
youth aged 7-14

Hosted by: UpRising Leadership
Our unique employability and personal development programme is designed to help young people navigate the tricky jobs market and find jobs they love.

Hosted by: UpRising Leadership
The Leadership Programme works with a diverse group of young people aged between 19-25 years old, who are passionate about making a difference in their city. It is a nine-month, part time programme, that supports participants in achieving new skills, such as leadership, networking and confidence,... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: UpRising Leadership
This nine-month, part time programme is for young people aged between 19-25 years old, who have a passion in the environment and making a positive change in their city. The programme connect participants with the UK’s top environmental change-makers, to gain the Leadership know-how and transform... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Infinity Initiatives
We have seized any opportunity for our café to be a safe haven and have been awarded 5 star hygiene rating from Tameside Council, it is a dementia friendly space, part of the chatty café scheme and is baby welcome / breastfeeding friendly. We are also recognised as a safe space by the local... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: IGA - Learning CIO
GA – Learning offers free English and computer classes to people who cannot for one reason or another access statutory education. We support and encourage people to be part of their community and reduce isolation and increase participation through various enjoyable activities to encourage... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hunt Lane and District Residents Association
Targeted lunch with activities for lone adults to prevent iscolation and loneliness and help them make new friends and any contacts for services that they may require.

Hosted by: Hunt Lane and District Residents Association
Targeted lunch with activities for lone adults to prevent isolation and loneliness. To help them make new friends and any contacts for services that they may require. This lunch club is initially for 12 months.

Hosted by: Delph Youth Band
Rehearsal and music tuition for groups of young people. Social activities for young people as part of their participation in the group.

Hosted by: Delph Youth Band
Rehearsal and music tuition for groups of young people. Social activities for young people as part of their participation in the group. (£12.00 per month charges apply)

Hosted by: St Peter's Partnerships
One to one adult reading sessions for adults with low level reading ability. This activity can take place at any community venue or public work space.

Hosted by: St Peter's Partnerships
Project BLOOM is open to adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities and those with long term mental health needs. It provides social and communication opportunities through a range of inclusive activities which encourage new friendships and connections. Why Choose BLOOM? - Person Centred.... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Glossop Arts Project
We currently run three free Arts for Wellbeing sessions a week in Glossopdale in the High Peak, Derbyshire, for people with long term physical and mental health conditions. We provide a regular meaningful, focused, planned activity, our aim is for people to have a sense of increased wellbeing, self... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Glossop Arts Project
We currently run three free Arts for Wellbeing sessions a week in Glossopdale in the High Peak, Derbyshire, for people with long term physical and mental health conditions. We provide a regular meaningful, focused, planned activity, our aim is for people to have a sense of increased wellbeing, self... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Glossop Arts Project
Arts, crafts, music and movement for adults with learning disabilities.

Hosted by: Droylsden Youth Centre
For all parents e.g mum's & Dad, grandparents.

Hosted by: Droylsden Youth Centre
Anybody interested in taking up the fine art of boxing, you are more than welcome to come down to the club house and speak to our resident Instructor, Charlie Grice.

Hosted by: Hurst Nook United Reformed Church
We are a well established toddler group (in our 13th year) opening weekly in the Hurst area of Ashton-Under-Lyne. Thursday mornings 10-11.30 (Term time only). Pre - School 0-5 years old. Parents are responsible for children at all times and have to attend the session also. 2 rooms and external... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
CodeUp is an opportunity for adults learning to code (for fun or business) to meet other coders and get help with any problems. Don’t be confused alone, be confused together! CodeUp sessions are a open, friendly and supportive learning environment where any adult can attain new digital skills for... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
Calling all wargamers, join us for a day at Hack Oldham where you can test your skills as a battle commander! Whether you new to wargames such as Age of Sigmar, Warhammer 40k, Flames of war etc or been playing since the early days come down and have a casual game or do some painting. People who are... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
Buckle your swashes, unsheath your D20s and get ready for an evening of roleplaying. We are proud to present the Hack Oldham Tabletop Roleplaying Group. Get in touch to find out details of current games and intake dates.

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
Calling all cosplayers, join us for a day at Hack Oldham and work on your latest creation or just sit and chat to fellow cosplayers. The bonus of having this group in the space means people will have access to tools and equipment they might not be able to afford or know how to use like: 3D printers... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
Join in the fun at our Minecraft session. Each week we have a different challenge for young people to take part in ranging from quick builds to problem solving. We also have our own survival server which is open to guests during the session and available to junior members at all times. Here you can... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
A chance to get help with your basic IT questions, bring in your device for advice and tips, or get advice on what kind of device will suit your needs. Find out how to get online, understand how to better use your phone, discover free software alternatives to Microsoft and Adobe and learn which... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
Photoholics is a photographic group for people aged 16 and over. We encourage people to learn about and practice photography, whatever type of camera they have. Our members range from complete beginners to professional photographers, and everyone is keen to share what they know with others. Free... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
Open evening for the public to come along and see what goes on at Hack Oldham.

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
Join us for our monthly table top gaming night. We’re a friendly welcoming bunch who play a wide range of games, take a look at the list below for some of our current favourites, although you are more than welcome to bring your own: ticket to ride, munchkin, x-wing, pandemic, carcassonne, Cards... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
Photoholics is a photography group for children aged up to 16. We aim to encourage them to learn about and practice photography, whatever type of camera they use. The group is supervised by experience photographers and the children are set challenges and projects to develop their skills and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
We will be hosting an casual writers group every second Wednesday evening for anyone interested in creating written works of fiction. The aim of the group is to get writers to help, support and advise one another. All are welcome, regardless of whether you are just starting out or have years of... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
A monthly meeting for users and developers of the WordPress content management system. Meeting on the second Tuesday of the month. Oldham WordPress Meetup offers help and support for both users and developers alike. Open to everyone from beginners, who want to start their first blog, to developers... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
An opportunity for members of Hack Oldham to get together and work on group or individual projects.

Hosted by: Hack Oldham
Oldham Jelly is an informal co-working event where freelancers, home workers and small/micro business owners bring their laptop or other work and work, chat and collaborate with other small business owners. Like all Jelly events the idea is that it should be accessible to all so there is no charge... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Joseph Jennings Court
This is tutor led social dance class for older people wishing to learn and/or improve their dance skills.

Hosted by: Joseph Jennings Court
Very gentle Tai Chi exercise for older people to help with balance, coordination, health and wellbeing. This is also open to people who may be experiencing mobility issues.

Hosted by: Joseph Jennings Court
A tutored class for older people who wish to learn and/or improve their quilting skills.

Hosted by: Joseph Jennings Court
A tutored/social group for people who wish to learn and/or improve their flower arranging skills.

Hosted by: Joseph Jennings Court
A tutored class for older people who wish to improve their flexibility and overall health.

Hosted by: Diversity Matters North West
Volunteer led 1-hour health walk in Hyde for 18+ women only.

Hosted by: Diversity Matters North West
Support to get a job where people can come along and see a trained Careers Adviser who will do as kills check and provide hands-on support with everything you need to go out and get a job. This include CV writing, searching for jobs online, filling in application forms and improving your... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Diversity Matters North West
A monthly tea party where you can get practical advice to help your mental health and wellbeing. We have a guest speaker every month and there is plenty of opportunities to talk and make friends too. We are a social group and we also cover topics such as information about local services.

Hosted by: Diversity Matters North West
Our badminton group meets up to socialise in a relaxed environment. Anyone joining will have lots of fun, get healthier and fitter and meet new people.

Hosted by: Diversity Matters North West
Women's group where you can come along and enjoy learning embroidery, knotting and crochet in a friendly and safe environment.

Hosted by: Diversity Matters North West
A weekly coffee morning where you can come along for tea and biscuits to meet new people and find out which local services are available for you.

Hosted by: Oldham Symphony Orchestra
We meet weekly at Werneth Park Life Long Learning Centre (in term time) £30 subs to cover a 10 week term

Hosted by: Oldham Symphony Orchestra
We welcome players of mixed musical ability to join us in playing music together. The cost is £30 to cover a 10 week term. Weekly in term time.

Hosted by: Oldham Children's Rights Service
Volunteers are linked to a young person who is looked after by Oldham Council (in a care home or foster care) and they will carry out a activity, try new things, and build a positive relationship with a young person. The activities take place in the local community.

Hosted by: Willow Wood Hospice
Care is provided for those with complex symptoms or a life limiting illness where a cure is not possible. The hospice team work with patients to treat pain and control other symptoms to ensure the best quality of life for patients and their loved ones. As a patient approaches the end of their life... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Willow Wood Hospice
Support, advice and education for people diagnosed with a life limiting illness - either on a one to one basis or through group sessions. There are dedicated sessions for particular illnesses to really focus on issues.

Hosted by: Gee Cross Community Centre
A parents and tots group for children up to age four. Toys, slides and games are available for the children to play with. The tots group is on during term time only and cost £1.50. There is also refreshments available.

Hosted by: Gee Cross Community Centre
Weekly light exercise using armchairs. This exercise is open for all ages, but because of it's gentle nature and low speed it is popular with over 70s. The class cost £2.50 per session and there are refreshments available after class.

Hosted by: Gee Cross Community Centre
Weekly game of bingo. You get to play six games of bingo for the price of £1.50. It's a nice social activity.

Hosted by: Gee Cross Community Centre
Light exercise with movement and music. Majority of people taking part are over age 60, but it is open for younger ages. The activity takes place weekly for the cost of £1.50 and there are refreshments available.

Hosted by: Gee Cross Community Centre
On the third Tuesday of every month, we have a coffee morning that is open for everyone in the community. You can buy teas, coffees, cakes and biscuits, there's also tea cake and toast available to buy.

Hosted by: Gods Amazing Puppets
Youth based puppet group teaching skills and performance.

Hosted by: Corporation Pop (Hyde) Ltd
Weekly knit and natter sessions where all ages are welcome. Novice knitters are helped by master knitters in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Patterns and wool are donated and shared. The small fee includes refreshments.

Hosted by: Friends of Catch Nature
Friends of Catch Nature offers a bubby system to customers referred to us Tameside Stroke Association. It's one buddy per stroke recoverer, when enjoying a day of fishing. Friends of Catch Nature has run this system for a few years and have had some positive feedback and results from its use.

Hosted by: Royal Mencap Society
A Traineeship is an education and training programme with work experience designed for young people (19 -24) who are motivated to work but lack the skills, experience and behaviours sought by employers. Therefore a traineeship programme is designed to support young people to develop the skills and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Friends of Bright Futures School
The Friends of Bright Futures School (FBFS) is the parent/teacher association of Bright Futures school. We meet every half term to discuss opportunities for improving experiences for the pupils. We fundraise for activities and trips for children who have autism. We also provide some support and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Roxbury and Roundthorn Community Association
To bring the community together, to work together to improve the area, reduce social isolation and to increase social cohesion.

Hosted by: Global Grooves
Weekly session for adults exploring on creative recycling. Session content varies according to project needs. Everyone welcome, particularly those wishing to learn and share skills and make new friends. Occasional use of sharp instruments and power tools etc. Not suitable for children

Hosted by: Cancer Warriors UK
We provide Cancer Support drop-in for anyone living with and beyond cancer. We also support family members who knows someone living with cancer. We provide various activities and therapies.

Hosted by: Cancer Warriors UK
We provide Cancer Support drop-in for anyone living with and beyond cancer. We also support family members who knows someone living with cancer. We provide various activities and therapies.

Hosted by: Cancer Warriors UK
We provide Cancer Support drop-in for anyone living with and beyond cancer. We also support family members who knows someone living with cancer. We provide various activities and therapies.

Hosted by: The Rough Diamonds
We are a social group that welcome everyone. We have quiz nights, themed nights, cooking, trips out and build friendships. We are a friendly bunch, open to new members and ideas. First session is free, then £1 a week subs. Refreshments included!

Hosted by: The Rough Diamonds
Our coffee morning is open to anyone and we provide breakfast and drinks. We don’t charge but ask people to pay what they can afford.

Hosted by: Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind
Anyone

Hosted by: Being There
Being there provides one to one support for people with a diagnosis of a life limiting illness such as cancer, stroke, heart and respiratory disease. Being there has volunteers who will visit a client at home to provide emotional support by active listening and carrying out light duties such as... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Slimmin' Without Women CIC
Slimmin' Without Women is run by men, for men who want to become more active and lose weight. Each session offers a friendly and informal place to motivate and inspire each other. Each week you'll be able to: weigh in, share hints and tips, learn about health issues and take part in optional... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Slimmin' Without Women CIC
Slimmin' Without Women is run by men, for men who want to become more active and lose weight. Each session offers a friendly and informal place to motivate and inspire each other. Each week you'll be able to: weigh in, share hints and tips, learn about health issues and take part in optional... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Veg in the Park
Growing, learning, gardening, selling produce and socialising. Anyone resident of Waterhead and surrounding areas.

Hosted by: Denton Park Social Bowling Group
Weekly walking group for all ages and abilities.

Hosted by: Denton Park Social Bowling Group
Club members only

Hosted by: Denton Park Social Bowling Group

Hosted by: Denton Park Social Bowling Group
Walking group get together for a cup of tea or coffee to disuses different walks.

Hosted by: Denton Park Social Bowling Group
Social day trips away.

Hosted by: Age UK Tameside
The information and advice service provides comprehensive welfare benefits advice, general legal information, housing and social care advice for the over 50's in the Tameside area. This includes benefit checks, welfare benefit information and help applying for benefits. We also help with financial... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Age UK Tameside
Our community support can help you or a loved one remain independent. We can provide support with a home visit to assess your needs and provide up to six weeks of tailored support. This could be helping you access a group in the local community, help with shopping or attending medical appointments... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Age UK Tameside
Our Independent Living Centre offers day support and activities for the over 50's. You can spend the day with us, join in with a range of activities such as; singing, craft, chair based exercise, music sessions, games, slipper soccer and more. A two-course home cooked meal is provided and we can... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Age UK Tameside
For people aged over 50 who have had a fall, have a fear of falling or may be at risk of falling and for people who would like to improve their strength and balance and remain active. The programme runs for 10 weeks and transport is included. Each week there is a guest speaker from a range of... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Age UK Tameside
Our Next Step Foward service offers a range of exercise classes for people of all abilities. Sessions are held in our purpose built exercise studio and currently include Yoga and Tai Chi. Benefits of these include increased flexibility, more energy and stamina, improved balance and increased muscle... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Age UK Tameside
Our Demential wellbeing group is a weekly session for anyone affected be Dementia or worried about their memory to relax, access support and talk about shared experiences with people who understand. We can also signpost you to further sources of support if required. We run different activities each... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: MAHDLO (Oldham) Youth Zone
Free cricket session, all disabilities welcome. Ages 12-25.

Hosted by: Community Cutz CIC
We provide low cost hair cuts & barbers for the local elderly community in a safe friendly place, its a place where people can come together socialise and meet new friends.

Hosted by: Community Cutz CIC
We offer affordable hairdressing and barbering services for over 60s in Tameside.

Hosted by: Curzon Ashton Community Foundation
This is a sports club for people with Mental Health issues. Adult ages attend this club.

Hosted by: Curzon Ashton Community Foundation
Football club for people with disabilities, age range 11-15. The session takes place at Curzon Ashton Football Club on Monday evening 5-6pm. Approx. 8-13 attend currently.

Hosted by: Curzon Ashton Community Foundation
This is The Curzon Ashton Military Football Team, who train every Friday evening 18:00 – 19:00, On Curzon Ashton’s 3g pitch. Age range is from 35 – 65.

Hosted by: Curzon Ashton Community Foundation
Community PAN disability football club, the club is for people with disabilities. The club takes place at Curzon Ashton Football Club 6-7pm on Monday evenings.

Hosted by: Trinity Church Audenshaw

Hosted by: Trinity Church Audenshaw

Hosted by: Trinity Church Audenshaw

Hosted by: Trinity Church Audenshaw

Hosted by: Trinity Church Audenshaw

Hosted by: Ashton United in the Community
We recruit, manage and train volunteers and offer them a range of opportunities that helps them improve confidence, skills and resilience to the complex issues they face whilst living in poverty and deprivation in the neighbourhood. The opportunities available include, ground maintenance, social... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Girlguiding
'Rainbows have fun! We play games and have parties and make yummy food. The best thing about Rainbows is making friends, learning new things and having adventures.' Rainbows are aged five to seven and are part of the largest organisation for girls and young women in the UK, which has over half a... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Girlguiding
Brownies do it all! They have cool things to do where they get badges, like Entertainer badge and the Brownie Holiday badge, they have sleepovers and they make heaps of friends and have lots of fun. Brownies are aged seven to ten and are part of the largest organisation for girls and young women... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Girlguiding
'Being in Guides is fantastic, hilarious, crazy, fab. You go on trips and camps and try cool things like clothes design and abseiling and you get to have a say and do stuff that makes a difference, too. But the best part is getting to hang out with you friends and be yourself. Guides are aged 10-... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Girlguiding
'At Senior Section we talk and talk, but we talk about stuff that matters too, and actually do something about it. Next year I'm volunteering overseas and I've even been helping out with a Brownie unit near my flat. Hanging out with people doing such cool stuff inspires you to do more than you... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Indian Association Oldham
Lunch Club for over 50's in Oldham, which also is a social and recreational club for those who are home bound and living in Loneliness.

Hosted by: Indian Association Oldham
Saheli (Female Friend) is a Indian Women's group started in 2009. All women members get together and carry out social, recreational and learning activities to develop confidence and build capacity to carry out various activities individually and in a group.

Hosted by: Tameside Elders Association
Luncheon club for older Asian men 50+ living in Tameside. We socialise and play games for example card playing.

Hosted by: Ashton Community Chess Club
Teaching children how to play chess - This is regardless of ability

Hosted by: Ashton Community Chess Club
Adults who want to learn to play chess and those who already can play and would like to improve.

Hosted by: Tameside East Foodbank
Foodbank; providing 3 days emergency food for people in crisis from sites in Stalybridge, Dukinfield and Ashton. Clients are referred by local statutory and voluntary agencies.

Hosted by: Tameside Armed Services Community
Community meeting, 3rd Monday each month. Since its inception in 2016, TASC has reached out to over 300 ex-servicemen, servicewomen and their families living in Tameside. With their assistance, and in association with other charities and organisations, TASC has been able to organise events such as... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside and Glossop Macmillan Information and Support Service
Session of Reiki, Reflexology, Aromatherapy and Adaptive Holistic Massage.

Hosted by: Tameside and Glossop Macmillan Information and Support Service
Offering a counselling & talking therapy service to people affected by cancer at the Tameside Macmillan Unit. Providing support and treatment for those who are experiencing symptoms such as difficulty sleeping, low mood / depression, stress, worry or anxiety, feelings of hopelessness or panic... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside and Glossop Macmillan Information and Support Service
Do you need help with the cost of cancer? When you or someone close to you has been diagnosed with cancer, money might not be one of the first things you think about. But having cancer can be expensive. You may have to pay for a special diet, child care or travel to a hospital. If you are... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Denton Methodist Church
A social activity where you are invited to bring your own lunch and join us in various activities each week, ranging from speakers, quizzes, DIY activities, and crafts. It's a weekly activity that takes place in the café and cost £1 per session.

Hosted by: Denton Methodist Church
A weekly social meeting where people can have a chat and do crafts. It takes place in the café and is mostly attended by over 50s but it is open to all ages. Refreshments are provided.

Hosted by: Denton Methodist Church
A weekly evening Keep Fit session for over 50s taking place at the bottom hall attached to the café. Refreshments are available.

Hosted by: Denton Methodist Church
Social activity - on the 1st Monday of the month a you can come along for a hot lunch. On the other Mondays of the months we serve hot soup and a sandwich. This takes place in the main church hall and the cost is £3.50 per person.

Hosted by: Denton Methodist Church
Activities for pre-schoo children during term time. Refreshments available for children and adults.

Hosted by: Denton Methodist Church
Weekly lunch club where a hot, freshly cooked meal is served to all comers. The meal is at the church hall.

Hosted by: Denton Methodist Church
A coffee morning for everybody. It's a social group so pop in for a chat, a coffee or tea and some biscuits.

Hosted by: Denton Methodist Church
A tots group for preschool aged children and their parents/carers. There will be play and toys provided. Tea/coffee and biscuits are provided for the parents and carers and the children get a sandwich and a yoghurt. This is a term time activity and it's £1.50 per child and £1 per additional child...

Hosted by: Chadderton Together
Working in partnership with our local Primary School we provide a 5 course weekly meal in the schools community room for over 55's. There is an opportunity to socialise and engage in a variety of activities e.g. card making, armchair exercise, talks. Any person not well enough to attend has a meal... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Chadderton Together
The main participants are over 55. We provide various activities to engage in such as knitting, painting, craft, discussion, talks, quiz. There is a light lunch served with tea or coffee. The activities are open to anyone who wants to participate or just to come along for a natter. We also work in... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Northern Alsatian and All Breeds Training Society
Training for dogs and dog owners: Obedience (Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme - Foundation (Puppies), Bronze, Silver to Gold); Ringcraft; Rally-O; Agility and Flyball.

Hosted by: Community Transport
Bus service for Oldham residents driving a specific route but also as and when by order at a highly discounted rate for the customer.

Hosted by: Community Transport
Minibus hire with a driver for all social groups planning activities e.g. scouts, respite centre trips, etc.

Hosted by: Community Transport
Self hire minibus for all social groups planning activities, e.g. scouts, respite centre trips, etc.

Hosted by: Community Transport
Based near the market in Oldham. Allows older / disabled customers to be able to access shops and purchase goods. Also have a daily hire and weekly hire service for days out and holidays. Promotes independence and independent living.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A daily drop-in for anyone seeking support for their own Mental Health or that of friends, families and carers. We provide information regarding local services and signpost to other agencies where appropriate. An informal setting with refreshments. For ages 18+.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A friendly, sociable group for knitters and characters of all abilities to share ideas and learn new skills. New beginners welcome. For ages 18+.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A relaxing self-guided meditation group with many benefits for your mental wellbeing. For ages 18+.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A peer support group for anyone affected by suicide. For ages 18+. Refreshments included.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A peer support group for people who hear voices and/or have visions. We are an affiliate members of the Hearing Voices Network. For ages 18+. Refreshments provided.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
Small, supportive group suitable for people with mental health issues. Suitable for crafters with some experience. For ages 18+.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
An informal peer support group for people with alcohol addiction who have been stable for some time. This is not intended to replace other forms of support. 18+, £1 includes refreshments.

Hosted by: Tameside Citizens Advice Bureau Ltd
Our staff are trained to give information on virtually any issue, including: • Welfare Benefits • Debt Advice • Financial Capability • Employment • Consumer Rights • Housing • Neighbourhood Disputes • Education and Healthcare • Immigration and Residency Issues (OISC Level1 - advice and assistance... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Citizens Advice Bureau Ltd
Our staff are trained to give information on virtually any issue, including: • Welfare Benefits • Debt Advice • Financial Capability • Employment • Consumer Rights • Housing • Neighbourhood Disputes • Education and Healthcare • Immigration and Residency Issues (OISC Level1 - advice and assistance... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Citizens Advice Bureau Ltd
Our staff are trained to give information on virtually any issue, including: • Welfare Benefits • Debt Advice • Financial Capability • Employment • Consumer Rights • Housing • Neighbourhood Disputes • Education and Healthcare • Immigration and Residency Issues (OISC Level1 - advice and assistance... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Citizens Advice Bureau Ltd
Our staff are trained to give information on virtually any issue, including: • Welfare Benefits • Debt Advice • Financial Capability • Employment • Consumer Rights • Housing • Neighbourhood Disputes • Education and Healthcare • Immigration and Residency Issues (OISC Level1 - advice and assistance... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Citizens Advice Bureau Ltd
Our staff are trained to give information on virtually any issue, including: • Welfare Benefits • Debt Advice • Financial Capability • Employment • Consumer Rights • Housing • Neighbourhood Disputes • Education and Healthcare • Immigration and Residency Issues (OISC Level1 - advice and assistance... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Citizens Advice Bureau Ltd
Our staff are trained to give information on virtually any issue, including: • Welfare Benefits • Debt Advice • Financial Capability • Employment • Consumer Rights • Housing • Neighbourhood Disputes • Education and Healthcare • Immigration and Residency Issues (OISC Level1 - advice and assistance... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Citizens Advice Bureau Ltd
Our staff are trained to give information on virtually any issue, including: • Welfare Benefits • Debt Advice • Financial Capability • Employment • Consumer Rights • Housing • Neighbourhood Disputes • Education and Healthcare • Immigration and Residency Issues (OISC Level1 - advice and assistance... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Khushamdid
We provide a bi-weekly luncheon club for older women 50+. We prepare all our food fresh in the kitchen at Holy Trinity as well as meet to eat and socialise. Occasionally, we invite guest speakers from different organisations including Be Well, Community Response and Adult Services.

Hosted by: Crompton FC
Training and playing football in an organised environment for girls. All coaches are fully DBS checked and have passed the Emergency Aid Course. The coaches are all registered FA Level 1 coaches with up to 20 years experience in the local area.

Hosted by: Crompton FC
Training and playing football in an organised environment for girls. All coaches are fully DBS checked and have passed the Emergency Aid Course. The coaches are all registered FA Level 1 coaches with up to 20 years experience in the local area.

Hosted by: Crompton FC
Training and playing football in an organised environment for girls. All coaches are fully DBS checked and have passed the Emergency Aid Course. The coaches are all registered FA Level 1 coaches with up to 20 years experience in the local area.

Hosted by: Crompton FC
Training and playing football in an organised environment for girls. All coaches are fully DBS checked and have passed the Emergency Aid Course. The coaches are all registered FA Level 1 coaches with up to 20 years experience in the local area.

Hosted by: Crompton FC
Training and playing football in an organised environment for girls. All coaches are fully DBS checked and have passed the Emergency Aid Course. The coaches are all registered FA Level 1 coaches with up to 20 years experience in the local area.

Hosted by: Crompton FC
Training and playing football in an organised environment for girls. All coaches are fully DBS checked and have passed the Emergency Aid Course. The coaches are all registered FA Level 1 coaches with up to 20 years experience in the local area.

Hosted by: Choice Support and Transport
Choice Support and Transport provide a high quality support and transport service for adults with support needs.

Hosted by: Choice Support and Transport
We are open to all adults with support needs who enjoy meeting people whilst participating in enjoyable, beneficial, educational activities. Monday's activities include Holistic Therapies, Hot Lunch, and Out in the Community. Contact us for more details!

Hosted by: Choice Support and Transport
We are open to all adults with support needs who enjoy meeting people whilst participating in enjoyable, beneficial, educational activities. Tuesday's activities include Bowling Group (AM/PM) and Out in the Community. Contact us for more details!

Hosted by: Choice Support and Transport
We are open to all adults with support needs who enjoy meeting people whilst participating in enjoyable, beneficial, educational activities. Wednesday's activities include Drama session with Oldham Chrysilis Theatre, In House Yoga, Out in the Community. Contact us for more details!

Hosted by: Choice Support and Transport
We are open to all adults with support needs who enjoy meeting people whilst participating in enjoyable, beneficial, educational activities. Thursday's activities include Cinema at Showcase Cinema. Contact us for more details!

Hosted by: Choice Support and Transport
We are open to all adults with support needs who enjoy meeting people whilst participating in enjoyable, beneficial, educational activities. Swimming Group, Shopping and Out in the Community and Pub Lunch. Contact us for more details!

Hosted by: Asian Mens Group Drop in
For men, between 18 - 65 years old, with mental and emotional difficulties to have a chat and a brew.

Hosted by: Oldham Personal Advocacy Limited (OPAL)
Women, Get Set Go! meet every Tuesday afternoon and is run by and for women with learning disabilities to meet and make friends, have fun and learn new skills. Members decide on the activities which include things like games, bingo, healthy eating and staying healthy, guest speakers, visits out,... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Oldham Personal Advocacy Limited (OPAL)
The Alltogether Group meets every Wednesday afternoon and is run by people with learning disabilities to meet and make friends, have fun and learn new skills. Members decide on the activities which include things like games, bingo, healthy eating and staying healthy, guest speakers, visits out,... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Oldham Personal Advocacy Limited (OPAL)
Your Day Your Way is a small day service open to people with learning disabilities. It is open Monday - Friday from 10am - 4pm. At OPAL we can help you have the type of day you want and always include you in the planning and making decisions around the activity of the day. Activities include things... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: New Life Church
Treasured Tots is our weekly tots group which opens its doors to many parents, grandparents and childminders. The children have access to a range of toys and crafts during the first part of the session, leading on to 'tea and toast' in the back room, and finishing with a nursery rhyme circle time.

Hosted by: New Life Church
Treasured Tots is our weekly tots group which opens its doors to many parents, grandparents and childminders. The children have access to a range of toys and crafts during the first part of the session, leading on to 'tea and toast' in the back room, and finishing with a nursery rhyme circle time.

Hosted by: New Life Church
We are a group for parents/carers and their babies! We meet every Thursday, term time only, from 10am-11.30am at the New Life Centre. At 11am we have a singing session for everyone to join in with. At various points throughout the year we have craft activities held during the session which are at... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: New Life Church
The members of NLC are all part of various smaller groups that meet in people’s houses most weeks. The aims of house groups are to learn more about our faith through bible studies and other forms of study. Another key part of the house groups is to create fellowship and to get to know one another.

Hosted by: New Life Church
We are a group comprising of children aged 5-10 years old that explore the bible using innovative ways that teach us the relevance of knowing Jesus in our lives today! We get together during the Sunday service to enjoy DVD's, craft and games. We encourage you to join us, we love having new members... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: New Life Church
Little Wonders is a fun, lively and interactive group where 3 to 5 year olds learn the first principles of what being part of a ‘Church family’ really means. They learn to care and share for each other whilst at the same time through prayer, study, stories, the use of media, play and crafts have... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: New Life Church
We are a new group of young people aged 10-18 years at New Life Church. We get together monthly to make friends, do fun activities, go on trips, and learn new things. We find out about God and get the chance to talk about things important to us. Nxt Generation also meet during the service on a... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: New Life Church
Sunday afternoon fun for families with children - with crafts, games, music, talks - all with a twist of faith. Food is also provided.

Hosted by: New Life Church
Family feast is for local families in Tameside to come together and have a hot meal along with other families. For those families who need a hot meal, company, or a bit of extra support. Space for homework and activities

Hosted by: New Life Church
A hot meal for adults - anyone who needs a meal, company or extra support.

Hosted by: New Life Church
This is a breakfast club for adults - free breakfast; cereal / beans on toast and unlimited hot drinks for anyone who feels they may need some food, company or some extra support.

Hosted by: New Life Church
At the Family Cinema we show the latest family movies on a big screen in the church. Entry is FREE, just bring pennies for the tuck shop. There is no limit on age. Free tea and toast

Hosted by: New Life Church
Provision of food parcels for those in crisis. Max 3 parcels per household in 6 months. Must obtain a voucher from a local agency.

Hosted by: New Life Church
For local groups that wish to provide transport to their members at an affordable cost. Groups need to apply for section 19 permit and driver to be 30 - 70 years old with a clean licence. Cost = £60 on off us or £300 for the year.

Hosted by: New Life Church
For families with children (at least one child) under the age of 12, to provide one to one support with challenges, feeling isolated and managing problems. A mentor can work with a family up to one year - meeting in a weekly basis, being a "friend with purpose" offering practical help and mentoring... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: The Jam Club
Music - playing, writing and recording Art - painting & drawing, mixed media For adults with long term mental health issues living in Oldham and beyond. Please call Peter to arrange a visit.

Hosted by: Firwood and District Residents Association
Working in partnership with our local Primary School we provide a 5 course weekly meal in the schools community room for over 55's. There is an opportunity to socialise and engage in a variety of activities e.g. card making, armchair exercise, talks. Any person not well enough to attend has a meal... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Firwood and District Residents Association
A variety of activities, quiz, refreshments, knitting, crosswords, painting/colouring, conversation, trips out. The group is for ladies over 55. There is also a cookery class for those with dementia and their carers.

Hosted by: Firwood and District Residents Association
Physical activities for men with dementia and their carers also widowed and single men over 55. Table Tennis, pool, carpet bowls, curling, hockey, table football, crafts and music. There is also a quiet room for conversation and refreshments. This group is supported by the NHS and will be group led... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Gift of a Wedding
We are a distinctive UK charity which provides free weddings to people with a terminal illness, regardless of age, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation. We hope you find our charity worthy of your support and we look forward to sharing the dreams and memories of some very special people.... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Friends of Weavers Lodge
Monthly buffet with entertainment and raffle with prizes.

Hosted by: Water Adventure Centre
Young women's evening for 13-19 years old.

Hosted by: Water Adventure Centre
Youth group for school years 7-9 years.

Hosted by: Water Adventure Centre
Youth group for 7-13 years old.

Hosted by: Water Adventure Centre
Sunday Funday is a junior youth club for children and young people aged 8 - 13 years. A wide variety of activities take place, including canoeing, water play and adventure, music and art projects, day trips, plus many other exciting things.

Hosted by: Water Adventure Centre
This weekly session is open to all young women from any area. Young women can take part in a variety of activities, including canoeing, project work, games, discussions, cooking and workshops. Both the young women and the workers decide what activity will take place but this is dependent on what... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Water Adventure Centre
Pure Adventure is a detached youth project based around canoeing and adventurous outdoor fun. It is predominantly for young people (aged 8-19) from the Mersey Bank estate, although other young people are welcome to access the project. It doesn’t cost anything and you will have a great time taking... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Water Adventure Centre
Thursday evenings are a mixed youth club, it provides a variety of things to do including canoeing. There is also a coffee bar area where young people can relax with friends and chat to youth workers. There are also plenty of opportunities for the young people to take part in day trips, special... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Christians Against Poverty Oldham and Saddleworth
We help people who find themselves in unmanageable debt by stepping between them and the people they owe money to and negotiate repayments with the creditors on the clients behalf. If you live in a postcode covered by a CAP Debt Centre, phone the freephone number. After you call CAP, a Debt Coach... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Oldham Unity
The Destitution Food Project This is held every Thursday afternoons, (for customers 12:30 – 2:30pm. This is open to all refugees but they must bring documentary evidence that their UKBA support has been stopped We aim to offer a choice of food to the value of about £10. We work in conjunction with... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Stamford Park Veterans (Bowling Club)
Learn to bowl Saturday mornings April to September. Open for anybody / any age who would like to learn or play for a team.

Hosted by: Shree Bharatiya Mandal - Indian Association Tameside
Luncheon Club for elderly over 50's. Provision of lunch at the centre Provision of meals on wheels for those who are unable to come to the centre Exercise for elderly by health professionals Leisure trips to the seaside and visit other temples Invite health professionals to advise and talk on... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Shree Bharatiya Mandal - Indian Association Tameside
Gujrati is one of the languages spoken in Srare of Gujarat in India. There are over 2000 Gujrati speaking families in Ashton. At our Centre we teach Gujrati from the age of 6 to any age who are interested in learning. Gujrati is taught up to GCSE. Our Centre is registered to take GCSE examination... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Shree Bharatiya Mandal - Indian Association Tameside
TEIFC is a self sustained group of 90 registered members. The exercise group runs on Thursday morning. The actvitiy include cardiovascular exercises ending with Yoga. Regular attendance is between 35 and 40 members. Women Yoga classes run on Thursday evenings and the average attendance is 10.

Hosted by: The Primrose Centre
Accredited ESOL classes for anyone who wants to learn English. Free to those receiving benefits

Hosted by: The Primrose Centre
Pattern-making and textiles. Free to those receiving benefits.

Hosted by: The Primrose Centre
Fitness classes for all ages.

Hosted by: The Primrose Centre
Get-together over a 'cuppa' to learn new skills, including knitting, crocheting, card making, beading and quilting.

Hosted by: The Primrose Centre
Activities for young people with disabilities.

Hosted by: The Primrose Centre
Youth club for 8 - 12 year-olds.

Hosted by: Hyde Ladies Probus Group
Meet 1st and 3rd Wednesday for various activities. Have a range of activities including speakers, lunches out and an annual day trip. It's £16 per annum for membership. Then it's £1 per session for members, £2.50 for non-members. Refreshments included.

Hosted by: Breathe Easy Tameside & Glossop
Self Help support group for patients with respiratory disease and their carers. Advice, support, information, education and mutual support from both volunteers and health professionals.

Hosted by: Ashton Martial Arts
We deliver community based martial arts, twice per week. Children are welcome 5+ up to young adults. We teach self defence and fitness as well as community cohesion and tolerance.

Hosted by: Planet Mercy
Food kitchen and food bank for anyone that requires a hot meal and food parcel in Clarksfield, Oldham

Hosted by: Planet Mercy
Food kitchen and food bank for anyone that requires a hot meal and food parcel in partnership with Oldham Baptist Church, Oldham Town Centre

Hosted by: Planet Mercy
Youth Club for girls aged 8-18 in Clarksfield Oldham

Hosted by: Planet Mercy
Youth Club for boys aged 8-18.

Hosted by: Planet Mercy
Legal Advice Service for anyone that requires it. Provided by a qualified, bi-lingual solicitor in Clarksfield Oldham

Hosted by: Planet Mercy
A series of 1 day workshops on Mental Health and Wellbeing for adults in Clarksfield Oldham. In partnership with Aurora Wellbeing

Hosted by: Planet Mercy
Basic English Classes for adults with languahe barriers in Clarksfield Oldham. 24 week course - certified. In partnership with Powering Education.

Hosted by: Oldham Roundthorn Salvation Army
This service is open to all. Friday from 10:00 to 13:00 We offer a free cooked meal and support and advice We also run a food bank and make referrals to our Charity Shop

Hosted by: Oldham Roundthorn Salvation Army
This activity is open to all. We have access to 6 computers with internet access and a variety of training programmes. Our volunteers are willing to offer support to those who need it.

Hosted by: Oldham Roundthorn Salvation Army
The lunch club is open to all. It provides a set meal each week - 2 courses for £4.50 or courses for £5.50

Hosted by: Oldham Roundthorn Salvation Army
A meeting for those over 50. We spend an hour doing activities and chatting about a subject before concluding with a spiritual thought and a hymn.

Hosted by: Oldham Roundthorn Salvation Army
An hour of singing - just for fun. This is an activity designed by The Salvation Army for work with, but not exclusively for, those with dementia. We sing songs both sacred and secular from people's youth or childhood.

Hosted by: Impact Community Project
Your local CAP Job Club is friendly place where you will get practical help as you seek employment. It's a relaxed environment with the chance to meet other job seekers, get support and gain the tools you need to find work.

Hosted by: Impact Community Project
Here at Impact, we love a good cuppa and a nice chit chat. Everyone is welcoming so why not come and join us. The kettle is brewing. (Please contact the project to confirm if this activity is currently running)

Hosted by: Impact Community Project
We are here to serve you. If you are in need and are receiving benefits then we could possibly help. If you think you could benefit from a food parcel please pop in for a chat and sign up!

Hosted by: Impact Community Project
Open to all young people aged between 8-16 years old to come along and meet other young people and get involved in activities and projects.

Hosted by: Impact Community Project
Come and join our Community Garden Project. An activity that is open all members of the community. Come & learn how to grow, produce, and help to maintain the gardens. (Please call the project to confirm start date and time)

Hosted by: Block Lane Tenants and Residents Association
We regularly hold summer play activities for local children, arts and crafts in partnership with Oldham Play Action Group who provide the resources. (This activity is ran over the summer holidays, please contact us via Action Together to check if this has started running)

Hosted by: Block Lane Tenants and Residents Association
We deliver summer play days in partnership with Oldham Play Action Group. This takes place on the corner of Agnes Street and Robinson Street (Grassed Area) Children are welcome to join in the activities.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
This is an afternoon for everyone to enjoy bingo and snooker.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
a lunch in club who meet to have lunch at the Britannia Pub. Welcome to all residents to enjoy a lunch together.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
An afternoon activity for everyone to join and have a go at snooker, darts, cards. Have a pint or tinned beer

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
An afternoon to come together and enjoy a lunch together. Options include afternoon tea or chippy lunch with option for games afterwards.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
computer class open to all residents with free wifi access and support to learn how to use computers.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
Dementia drop in service, available to anyone affected by dementia. Workers are available to offer support.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
Come and meet others and enjoy a game of bingo (small charge applies for playing games).

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
Open to anyone who is affected by dementia and anyone who would like to talk to other people with a brew, activities include guitar, sing-a-long and quiz.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
A chance to socialise and make new friends. This group takes place every 2nd Wednesday of the month.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
Line dancing for beginners and a chance to play a variety of games.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
Come and meet other people and enjoy playing a range of games.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
Breakfast club open to anyone to come along and have breakfast with other people.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
IT session to develop digital skills.

Hosted by: Housing & Care 21
Music group

Hosted by: Indian Culture and Social Centre
Weekly social get together with options to play badminton, open to women, young people and older people.

Hosted by: Ramblers Association, Oldham Group
A long established walking group for people of all ages, gender and who live in the Borough of Oldham and beyond. (This only takes place between April to October) Generally takes within a 2 mile radius of Oldham. Coach excursions to North Wales, Lakes, Yorkshire Dales. Shorter walks within a 30... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ramblers Association, Oldham Group
A long established walking group for people of all ages, gender and who live in the Borough of Oldham and beyond. Generally takes within a 2 mile radius of Oldham. The walks are open to the public, and no payment is required initially, but expect membership fees to be paid if a person comes on a... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ramblers Association, Oldham Group
Oldham group helps local people enjoy walking and protect the places we all love to walk.

Hosted by: Ramblers Association, Oldham Group
A long established walking group for people of all ages, gender and who live in the Borough of Oldham and beyond. Generally takes within a 2 mile radius of Oldham. The walks are open to the public, and no payment is required initially, but expect membership fees to be paid if a person comes on a... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Autism Ambassadors
Autism group for those aged over 16.The group provides many activities including ten pin bowling, cooking, holistic therapies, social inclusion, friendship, relationships and job support .

Hosted by: Asian Men Keep Fit Association
Regular physical activity can improve the blood supply to the heart muscle. This helps reduce the risk of angina and heart attack. It is open to all especially BME Males 50+, Refugees/Asylum and Veterans.

Hosted by: Asian Men Keep Fit Association
Regular physical activity can improve the blood supply to the heart muscle. This helps reduce the risk of angina and heart attack. It is open to all especially BME Males 50+, Refugees/Asylum and Veterans.

Hosted by: Anglo West Indian Sports and Social Club
Dancing, Music and Games. (small charge for non members) Wednesday 5.30pm - 12.30am Friday 9am-2pm Saturday 9am-2pm Sunday 6.30pm-12.00am.

Hosted by: Anglo West Indian Sports and Social Club
A social gathering for people aged 50+. Takes place last Sunday of each month. Includes games and activities.

Hosted by: Anglo West Indian Sports and Social Club
Luncheon club open to anyone

Hosted by: Andys Man Club Oldham
We are a talking group for men. We provide a place for men to come together in a safe environment to talk about the issue or problems they have faced or are facing. It is for any man over 18.

Hosted by: King Kombat Systems
Green belts & above

Hosted by: King Kombat Systems
King Kombat Systems is a new martial arts system which covers a wide spectrum of training techniques. The gym is fully equipt with mats, wall bags, training pads and gloves, toilets and changing rooms. King Kombat Systems has been designed in such a way that no movement is ever wasted, using... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: King Kombat Systems

Hosted by: King Kombat Systems
King Kombat Systems is a new martial arts system which covers a wide spectrum of training techniques. The gym is fully equipt with mats, wall bags, training pads and gloves, toilets and changing rooms. King Kombat Systems has been designed in such a way that no movement is ever wasted, using... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: King Kombat Systems

Hosted by: King Kombat Systems
King Kombat Systems is a new martial arts system which covers a wide spectrum of training techniques. The gym is fully equipt with mats, wall bags, training pads and gloves, toilets and changing rooms. King Kombat Systems has been designed in such a way that no movement is ever wasted, using... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 6th Ashton-under-Lyne (Christ Church) Scout Group
We do camping, sleepovers, days out, outdoor activities, hikes, crafts, games and much more. It is for children aged 6 - 8 years old.

Hosted by: 6th Ashton-under-Lyne (Christ Church) Scout Group
We do camping, sleepovers, days out, outdoor activities, hikes, crafts, games, shooting, canoeing, climbing, swimming, athletics, football and much more. It is for children aged 6 - 8 years old.

Hosted by: 6th Ashton-under-Lyne (Christ Church) Scout Group
We do winter camping, sleepovers, days out, outdoor activities, hikes, crafts, games, shooting, canoeing, climbing, swimming, athletics, football, dragon ball racing, self development learning, axe throwing and axe skills, first aid, badge work, computer skills, roller skating and much more. It is... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 6th Ashton-under-Lyne (Christ Church) Scout Group
We go on international trips, camps, adventurous activities, shooting, run and shoot, athletics and much more. It is for children aged 14 - 18 years old.

Hosted by: 2nd/1st Hurst Scouts - Scouts
We do fun games and adventurous activities. We do outside activities including air rifle shooting, camping, hiking, cooking, sports activities and much more. We tailor the activities for the children and age is taken into consideration. It's for children aged 6 - 8 years old. Our programme of... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 2nd/1st Hurst Scouts - Scouts
We do fun games and adventurous activities. We do outside activities including air rifle shooting, camping, hiking, cooking, sports activities and much more. We tailor the activities for the children and age is taken into consideration. It's for children aged 8 - 10 1/2 years old. Our programme of... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 2nd/1st Hurst Scouts - Scouts
We do fun games and adventurous activities. We do outside activities including air rifle shooting, camping, hiking, cooking, sports activities, international trips and much more. We tailor the activities for the children and age is taken into consideration. It's for young people aged 14 - 18 years... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 12th Ashton Scouts
We do activities including painting, model making, indoor camping and more. It's for children 5-8 years old. Based in Ashton-under-Lyne.

Hosted by: 12th Ashton Scouts
We do activities including outdoor camping, pioneering, badge work, fire lighting, and much more. For children aged 8-10 1/2 years old.

Hosted by: 12th Ashton Scouts
We do adventurous activities including fire lighting, outdoor camping, orienteering (map reading), hiking and much more. For children aged 10 1/2 to 14 1/2 years old.

Hosted by: Droylsden Lively Minds Club
Droylsden Lively Minds Club The Lively Minds Club offers speakers and workshops as well as the chance to meet new people and try different things. Monthly-first Wednesday of each month

Hosted by: Droylsden Lively Minds Club
Monthly community meeting where we have speakers and activities and offer an opportunity for people to meet up, meet new friends and have a chat over a cup of tea and a biscuit. Our group is aimed at the over 55’s predominately, but we are an open group for anyone to attend. We meet on the 1st... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Christ Church, Denton
Community coffee morning for the local people of Denton

Hosted by: St Georges Church, Dane Bank
Coffee morning for the local community, currently lead by 8-12 ladies. we envisage linking with other groups to use the building more in the community.

Hosted by: Making Space
Activities for people with Dementia and their carers and advice and information. (This activity will be taking place at this temporary address until Spring 2018)

Hosted by: Making Space
A weekly drop in for Carers and people living with Dementia for support and advice.

Hosted by: Making Space
A weekly drop in for Carers and people living with Dementia for support and advice

Hosted by: Making Space
An opportunity for carers and people with Dementia to come and enjoy activities and a coffee together.

Hosted by: Making Space
A group for people with dementia and their carers to come and play with Musical Instruments.

Hosted by: Making Space
A chance for people affected by dementia to come together and enjoy making food, eat together and socialise.

Hosted by: Making Space
Carers Support group offering support to carers of people with Dementia. This group takes place every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month.

Hosted by: Making Space
Carers Support group offering support to carers of people with Dementia. This group takes place every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month.

Hosted by: Liberty Farm CIC
Sessions are available for anyone with a chronic illness, or for residents of Greater Manchester and the surrounding areas. Sessions are 90 minutes each and booked at a suitable time for the client. We do not provide counselling or psychotherapy, and will decline sessions for a person who we feel... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: St Stephen & All Martyrs Parish Church
Weekly group engaged in maintenance of church grounds - trees and grassed area. Open to all volunteers. Lunch provided.

Hosted by: St Stephen & All Martyrs Parish Church
Monthly After School Club for Beevers Primary School (& others) - for children & parents/carers. Games - Food - Tea/Chat - Giveaways - Craft work.

Hosted by: Holy Trinity Parish Church Coldhurst
Drop-In offering a safe space - to meet friends & discuss any concerns. Various activities include craft/art work, board games, local newspapers - a range of free refreshments.

Hosted by: People First Tameside
This service is only available to people with learning disabilities over the age of 18 years old. Wear comfortable clothes. Meet at the Kitchen, People First Tameside, Ashton.

Hosted by: People First Tameside
The Drop In is a great place to meet new and old friends. There are many activities including outdoor sports, a pool table and crafts as well as many friendly people to chat with. Light refreshments are on sale. This service is only available to people with learning disabilities over the age of 18... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: People First Tameside
Choir practice for people with learning disabilities over the age of 18.

Hosted by: People First Tameside
Craft and Gardening activities for people with learning disabilities over the age of 18. Bring a packed lunch if required.

Hosted by: People First Tameside
Pub night for people with learning disabilities over the age of 18. Meet at Ashton Bus Station 347 stand H. Bring at least £10 for food and drink.

Hosted by: People First Tameside
Walk to Dovestones for people with learning disabilities over the age of 18. Free to attend, wear comfortable shoes, bring travel pass & food/drink

Hosted by: People First Tameside
Bowling for people with learning disabilities over the age of 18. £3 for one game, bring extra money for food/drink

Hosted by: Coldhurst Sports Club
Indoor and outdoor Cricket sessions taking place. we also travel away to play sometimes as well as inviting other teams to play with us. (We play every Sunday indoors and if the weather is suitable, we play outdoors at Clayton Playing Fields, Broadway, Royton, Oldham, OL2 5DN)

Hosted by: Ashton Fencing Club
Fencing instruction for all abilities. Over 8 years old. Equipment provided for those just starting

Hosted by: Oasis Hub Oldham
Community cookery group where volunteers come together to cook food for the local community and whilst they are doing this learning new skills, recipes and developing friendships.

Hosted by: Oasis Hub Oldham
Oasis Hub Oldham supports a variety of youth clubs working in partnership with Mahdlo and Oldham Athletic Football Clubs. Clubs range from 8 years up to 15 and host a variety of activities this week. Great for anyone who enjoys working with young people and would like to share their skills and time...

Hosted by: Oasis Hub Oldham
Oasis Community Farm hosts a small holding within Oasis Academy Oldham and are looking for adults of any age to help look after the animals especially evenings and weekends. People will need experience of looking after anilamls and a passion for keeping animals.

Hosted by: Oasis Hub Oldham
Community cookery group where volunteers come together to cook food for the local community. Whilst they are doing this, learning new skills, recipes and developing friendships.

Hosted by: Oasis Hub Oldham
Oasis Community Farm hosts a small holding within Oasis Academy Oldham and are looking for adults of any age to help look after the animals especially in the evenings and weekends. People will need experience of looking after animals.

Hosted by: Fatima Womens Association CIO
It is for women who are looking to increase their prospect of volunteer work or paid employment. It is to increase their communication, reading and writing skills. The work club skills incorporates improving your I.T. skills and personal development throughout. Most of the women need to improve... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Fatima Womens Association CIO
To provide communication sessions for 2 hours per session. These are interactive sessions based on real life situations. It is for language acquisition and a greater sense of belonging in individuals communities. Gain confidence in communication in different situations e.g. school visits, Doctors... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Fatima Womens Association CIO
To improve your vocabulary and spoken English techniques. It is for women of all ages.

Hosted by: Fatima Womens Association CIO
Fatima Women's Association has a very active group for the over 50s. The range of activities provided are therapeutic therapies, exercise, art and craft, health awareness sessions, health living and lifestyle techniques. It is open to women from the Oldham area. Light lunch is provided during most... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Fatima Womens Association CIO
Sessions for young people aged 11 to 18 years old. It is open to individuals of all backgrounds. Throughout the year the children and young people will take part in homework and revision project , health and wellbeing course, multi sports, arts and craft and many outdoor trips. The children and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Fatima Womens Association CIO
This is for women who are looking to increase their prospects of volunteering or paid employment. It is to increase their communication, reading and writing skills. The work club skills incorporates improving your IT skills and personal development throughout. Most of our women need to improve... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Fatima Womens Association CIO
Fatima Women's Association has a very active group for the over 50s. The range of activities provided are therapeutic therapies, exercise, arts and crafts, health awareness sessions, healthy living, and lifestyle techniques. It is open to women from the Oldham area. A light lunch is provided during... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Fatima Womens Association CIO
Young people ages 8-11 years old are welcome to join in activities such as Arts and Crafts.

Hosted by: Fatima Womens Association CIO
Sports activities for children aged 5-11 years old. open to all children regardless of background. We meet at Fatima Women's Association and travel to alternative venue depending on the activity.

Hosted by: Crossley Centre
A ladies sewing class that teaches basic hand sewing and sewing machine skills, pattern making and cutting, stitching, making cushions, etc.

Hosted by: Crossley Centre
people wishing to lose weight

Hosted by: Crossley Centre
Wood carving design for beginners or experienced woodcarvers - figures and designs created from odd bits of wood.

Hosted by: Crossley Centre
Zumba exercise for anyone interested in getting fit

Hosted by: Crossley Centre
Anyone interested in getting fit, especially suitable for older people as the exercise is gentle.

Hosted by: Noah's ART
Anyone who likes Animals. An Animal themed café style atmosphere set up to cater for people with Dementia and their carers. Open to people with social anxiety with quiet room for one to one work and animal contact possibly used as graded exposure care plan suitable for young children with special... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Noah's ART
1. Animal welfare training to people with special needs e.g. Learning Disabilities, Autism, Mental Health Recovery etc. 2. Animal assisted therapy training for care professionals.

Hosted by: Noah's ART
Suitable for all ages / anyone who likes animals, we take our dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, rats and mice to visit various facilities across Greater Manchester. The sessions can vary depending on the needs of the group e.g. playing as therapy, mindfulness, education about animal welfare, arts and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Lindley Educational Trust
We run a Monday night drop in session at Holy Trinity Community Centre (St Peter’s Ward) where between 15-25 local young people attend. We educate young people and have done projects around anti-social behaviour and drugs and alcohol abuse. We also provide activities especially things like table... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Lindley Educational Trust
Wednesday night is a more focused group session where we work with certain groups on a yearlong project. We take young people on expeditions to Scotland, residentials, camping and mainly carry out outdoor pursuits. Wednesday evenings usually take place at Holy Trinity Community Centre.

Hosted by: Lindley Educational Trust
On a Friday night we run a sports session which is based at Curzon Ashton Football Club. We get a turnout of about 50-60 young people.

Hosted by: Lindley Educational Trust
Local women lack confidence and tend to be quite isolated. Our main aim is to empower young females within the community and help them make new friends. We will take them on trips, walks, residentials, sports and cooking etc.

Hosted by: HOPE Methodist Church
Open to all crafters, this is a relaxed session where our crafters can bring their own crafts and work on them while enjoying company and cake. (This activity is currently taking place at a Temporary address until Spring 2019)

Hosted by: HOPE Methodist Church
A support group facilitated by Making Space for all of those with memory problems and their concerns. Enjoy music, craft and companionship. The session is followed by a soup lunch, served by our congregation. It is a small donation for a bowl of freshly made soup and bread roll. (This activity is... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: HOPE Methodist Church
Our youth and family worker runs a music and movement session for the under 4s and their carers. (This activity is taking place at this temporary address until Spring 2019)

Hosted by: HOPE Methodist Church
A gentle exercise class ran with Age UK qualified instructor. The exercises are mostly chair based and are open to anyone over the age of 50. (This activity is taking place at this temporary address until Spring 2019)

Hosted by: HOPE Methodist Church
Indoor Carpet Bowling for all, including beginners. Equipment Provided. (This activity will be taking place after Spring 2019 back at Hope Methodist Church)

Hosted by: Oak Community Development
The raising Achievement Club provide tuition and mentoring support to children and young people of BME heritage who are underachieving in core subject areas Maths and English to get extra help and support. The received one to one support from qualified tutors to help them better understand and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Oak Community Development
The raising Achievement Club provide tuition and mentoring support to children and young people of BME heritage who are underachieving in core subject areas Maths and English to get extra help and support. The received one to one support from qualified tutors to help them better understand and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Cartmel Crescent Allotment Association
communal tidy days and individual plots tended by plot holders

Hosted by: Hollins Methodist Church
Pre school children can entertain themselves in a safe and fun environment with a selection of toys, while parents exchange ideas, share problems, drink tea and chat

Hosted by: Hollins Methodist Church
Brownies opens up a world of exciting challenges and the opportunity to try new things and make brilliant friends. Through regular meetings, special events, day trips, sleepovers, Brownies learn new hobbies, play music, explore other cultures and get adventures outdoors. Brownies are girls aged... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hollins Methodist Church
Girlguiding is unique. We offer a safe, welcoming girl only space for girls and young women to try new things, help other people and discover their passions and talents. All while having fun with a group of ready made friends. We're dedicated to girls leading the way - they choose activities,... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hollins Methodist Church
Rainbows is for all girls aged 5 to 7. Rainbows learn by doing - they get their hands dirty, do sports, arts and crafts and play games. Being a Rainbow is all about having space to try new things. Through taking part in a range of different activities with girls their own age, Rainbows develop self... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hollins Methodist Church
A chance to have a coffee and meet with other people - all welcome

Hosted by: Mencap (Ashton)
Social club for people with learning disabilities in Tameside. Activities include Pool, Crafts, Karaoke, Bingo, Trips and Holidays.

Hosted by: The Dream Centre carers group

Hosted by: Sun Valley Patient Participation Group
Coffee morning for patients of Sun Valley Medical Practice

Hosted by: Crafts 2U
St Martin's is starting a new weekly event on Thursday 14th June as part of the Places of Welcome scheme. Starting on Thursday 14th June, St Martin's on Greenside Lane, Droylsden is going to be open every week from 10-12noon for the whole community. Come along and chat with other local people over... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: The Wooden Canal Boat Society
This was set up to give Wellbeing Canal Trips for people with Mental health problems, but it is not restricted to this. - 2 Hour Wellbeing Trip: £75.00 (£6.25 per person) - ½ Day Wellbeing Trip: £150 (£12.50 per person) - Full Day Wellbeing Trip: £250 - Team Building: £200 (Lock Training) - 1 Night... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: The Wooden Canal Boat Society
We take Hazel (The Wellbeing Boat) for a 1 hour trip up to Droylsden. We knock on doors around Droylsden and collect usable items that people donate. We have lunch on the other side. We come back to Ashton, unload on to a van and then this is taken back to our charity shop. We don't collect... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Saturday Evening Social
Improve the social integration of older people with learning disabilities and people with mental health issues. Bingo, Quiz's, Music, Entertainment board games etc. (Free activity, however donations welcome!)

Hosted by: Springboard - Oldham Dementia Carers Group
To help people with dementia and their carers to come together to support each other. Activities include bingo, musical bingo, quizes, occassional arts and crafts and Reiki. We also have occassional days out.

Hosted by: Community Lived Experience Organisation
We meet every two weeks to deliver on an agreed social programme. Social activities include chess, games, bingo, quizes, arts and crafts.

Hosted by: The Growing Hub
Come and join in at our community growing hub based on Lower Lime Road between houses 131 - 133. Work with out growing ambassador on fun activities such as: how to grow a range of fruit and veg make new friends learn new or refresh your skills help with growing tasks learn how to cook and eat what... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: OL8-Oldham
Currently working on an heritage project -funded through Limehurst Arts Society

Hosted by: OL8-Oldham
Weekly bingo group - come and enjoy meeting other people and enjoy a game of bingo.

Hosted by: Get 2 Together
Drop in coffee morning for anyone to come in and enjoy

Hosted by: Get 2 Together
Drop in coffee afternoon for anyone to come in and enjoy

Hosted by: Werneth Park Veterans Club
Weekly group of veterans participating in activities with bowling in the summer and indoor activities in the winter. Activities include bowling, darts, dominoes and snooker.

Hosted by: The Caribbean Community Group
We are a self help group for all pensioners.

Hosted by: Outta Skool
Intensive 12 week lifestyle changing program for anyone who is suffering from any ailments such as: Type 2 Diabetes, PTSD, High BP, Overweight, inactive, isolation, depression etc. referrals from GP. Free access to Mentor, Personal Trainer, over 60 exercise classes per month including Yoga, Zumba... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Holliwood Work Club
Hollinwood Work Club is a place where residents of Hollinwood and the wider community come together to get help finding work, attend training and find out about volunteer opportunities. We welcome anyone wanting to find work whether unemployed or just looking to change jobs. We meet once a week on... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Oldham Diabetes Voluntary Support Group
We provide diabetes awareness education, advice and practical support for sufferers of diabetes, their families, friends and carers, GP surgeries, faith and social groups, lunch clubs, companies and Greater Manchester Police.

Hosted by: Chadderton Community Church
Providing food parcels to people struggling financially through a friendly café environment.

Hosted by: Chadderton Community Church
Going Strong is a social group for retired people. It provides a range of activities including, mat bowls, craft, table tennis, pool, jigsaw. It also includes lunch.

Hosted by: Chadderton Community Church
Craft /Friendship Group open to all adults and people with disabilities/carers.

Hosted by: Chadderton Community Church
An small informal craft group where people can try a variety of craft activities.

Hosted by: Groundwork in Bolton, Bury, Oldham and Rochdale
Aged 16 - 25? Unemployed? Unsure of your future? We have something to get you going... What's in it for you? Uncover hidden talents and increase your confidence Develop team working and communication skills Gain work experience and a reference Get support with your CV, careers advice and help with... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Groundwork in Bolton, Bury, Oldham and Rochdale
Groundwork's Graduate Volunteer Project Assisant (VPA) has helped over 2,000 people take their first steps into professional careers. Our graduate work experience scheme started in the early 90's as a way to provide unemployed graduates with real project management experience and to break the cycle... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Groundwork in Bolton, Bury, Oldham and Rochdale
Complete modules in landscaping Conservation and horticulture and get a level 1 qualification in 'Practical Countryside Skills' and CSCS card with the Groundwork Land Team Employability support / work placement / maths and english. Open to unemployed 19 to 24 year olds. Travel expenses covered

Hosted by: Groundwork in Bolton, Bury, Oldham and Rochdale
Develop the skills you need to kick start your career in construction and get a level 1 qualification in multi trade skills. Employability support / work placement / maths and english. Open to unemployed 19 to 24 year olds. Travel expenses covered.

Hosted by: Groundwork in Bolton, Bury, Oldham and Rochdale
An education and training programme with work experience to prepare you for a career in youth work. Open to unemployed 19 to 24 year olds. Level 1 Youth Work qualification. Support with next steps. Travel expense covered.

Hosted by: Walkers Road Tenants Hall
Bingo session, open to all to join in a game of bingo. £2.50 for bingo books, with 20p additional charges for drinks.

Hosted by: Walkers Road Tenants Hall
A group playing darts, learn and practice darts, and compete in local leagues.

Hosted by: Walkers Road Tenants Hall
A get together for local people to join in bingo and other activities and meet new people. Members also participate in a birthday club where they receive a card and scratch cards on their birthday. This group also arranges day trips, Christmas meals and entertainment. £1 charge for activities.

Hosted by: Walkers Road Tenants Hall
A lunch in club open to all. The meal is cooked in partnership with the Probation Service who cook and serve the food. Menu includes: £4.00- Full Meal £3.25- Dinner/Soup £2.50- Just Dinner £1.50- Dessert and Soup 75p- Soup or Sweet

Hosted by: Droylsden Cricket Club
Cricket skills, games and training development, all sessions are for the local community.

Hosted by: The Parish of Christ Church, Chadderton
Toddler group for young children and their parents, involves play, craft, singing + Christian story time.

Hosted by: The Parish of Christ Church, Chadderton
Coffee morning and food store for those in need within the local community

Hosted by: The Parish of Christ Church, Chadderton
A welcoming coffee morning open to the local community to come along and have a cup of coffee and chat to other people. There is also opportunity for prayers.

Hosted by: The Parish of Christ Church, Chadderton
Luncheon Club for those struggling financially in the Parish area. Along with 'One Stop Shop' advice from Ancora Project Worker.

Hosted by: The Parish of Christ Church, Chadderton
Group for mature members of the community to come along and have some tea and cake. A chance to talk to other people and socialise.

Hosted by: European Islamic Centre
Operate a food bank offering food parcels to people who need assistance.

Hosted by: European Islamic Centre
Youth Club for young people to attend, various activities, gym, pool table, table tennis. Suitable for 5 years old and above. Fridays 5pm-6pm (students) Saturdays 12pm-1pm (non students)

Hosted by: European Islamic Centre
The work club is a great opportunity to improve your skills, employment prospects, gain knowledge, skills and qualifications needed to secure sustainable employment and support your health and wellbeing. Free internet access for work search. Free telephone to call employers. Complete CV and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: European Islamic Centre
Come along to our memory support group for story sharing, conversation and activities, with staff from Making Space and AKSA Homes. The group is a place we can all learn from each other.

Hosted by: Upturn Enterprise Limited
Intensive 1 to1 support for 18-24 year olds to help with wellbeing, training, volunteering, and employment for young people with multiple barriers or who haven't done anything for 12 months+.

Hosted by: Chadderton Historical Society
Guest speakers talking on all aspects of local history in the Greater Manchester area. Also talks by our own members on Chadderton's history. Annual themed parties, visits to places of historical interest, rambles around Chadderton indicating points of historical interest. (Membership Fees apply)

Hosted by: Rainbow Room
Meet at Hollinwood Methodist Church once a week on Thursday 9.30am-11.30am term time only. We meet to socialise/interact with others not just for children but adults too. £2 per adult and 50p per each extra child.

Hosted by: The Rotary Club Oldham
Weekly meeting for members only to decide what the club will be doing and activities taken forward.

Hosted by: Chadderton Book Club
Relaxed and informal book club, all ages and genders welcome.

Hosted by: Mills Hill Baptist Church
Speakers and Social Events

Hosted by: Mills Hill Baptist Church
Working with 'Making Space' Cooking, eating, talks, crafts, games and chat

Hosted by: Mills Hill Baptist Church
Our Wednesday coffee mornings in the church are for everyone from the oldest to the youngest. You are invited to join us any time between 10:00am and 12:00 noon. We have toys, fun and singing for babies and pre-school children plus the opportunity to relax and chat for everyone

Hosted by: Mills Hill Baptist Church
Working in partnership with our local Primary School we provide a 5 course weekly meal in the schools community room for over 55's. There is an opportunity to socialise and engage in a variety of activities e.g. card making, armchair exercise, talks. Any person not well enough to attend has a meal... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Disabled Swimming Club

Hosted by: Guide Bridge Theatre
The Johnny Barlow Theatre Co. A Therapeutic Drama Group Promoting Health and Well-being New Members Welcome Supported by Tameside Arts Supported by Paul Hines

Hosted by: Guide Bridge Theatre
Bringing the West End to the North West.

Hosted by: Oldham Cancer Aid Network
We are an organsation who assist people diagnosed with cancer and their carers/family. We offer one to one councelling, information, social outing, therapies and food. Membership fee applies

Hosted by: New Fields Allotment Society
Members of the Allotment Society - membership is £60 per year. Volunteer welcome to help with cleaning, digging and weeding

Hosted by: Chadderton Knitters
Knitting group for people to come together, learn to knit, progress with their knitting and socialise. Solve problems together.

Hosted by: Dipak Dhristi (Light of Vision)
We do mind stimulating and creative activities including arts and crafts, music, dance, storybook and games. These activities help the members to develop confidence, value themselves and to maintain / improve their memory. We do yoga / chair-based exercise to promote a healthy lifestyle and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Haughton Green Community Forum
Open to everyone over 16. All variety at crafts, makes hats, scarves & gloves for homes less, toys for charity. Come and join in, or just come and have a drink and a chat. Very sociable group, free group including refreshments.

Hosted by: East Manchester Community Boat
Providing an educational historical and fun day out on our narrow boat "community spirt2" sailing from Portland Basin, Ashton-Under-lyne for up to 12 people for those with disabilities. EMCBP is a run entirely by volunteers and trips are provided free of charge.

Hosted by: Hearts & Minds
Music & Minds

Hosted by: Tameside Striders Denton Walking Football Group
Walking Football Tuesday 10:00am-11:00am & 11:00-12:00pm Thursday 10:00am-11:00am

Hosted by: Medlock Football Tennis Club
Football Tennis over 55 2 teams playing over a net, following rules of tennis.

Hosted by: Denton Town Twinning Associaton
Monthly meeting at Denton Town Hall. First Monday of each month. 6.50pm-7.50pm Do not meet in August or December.

Hosted by: St Lawrence Church Denton
Social chat Simple home made food available Knitting flock Different visiting speakers / activities All visitors welcome

Hosted by: Haughton Green Healthy Walking Group
‘A’ Walks are more physically demanding: they are generally conducted at a brisker pace, and cover hillier terrain and greater distances (generally between 5 and 8 miles).

Hosted by: Haughton Green Healthy Walking Group
B’ Walks are more leisurely and cover less distance (generally between 3 and 5 miles) than ‘A’ Walks. Additionally, our walks tend to be more locally based during the winter months.

Hosted by: Rotary Club Denton & Audenshaw
We support local charity/groups by asking for a presentation to the club members, who decide on financial help.

Hosted by: St Johns Mossley Brass Band
Tuition and training to anyone who wants to learn to play or return to banding

Hosted by: Joanna Farnworth
Tots groups with refreshments, play and activities for all pre-school children with a parent/carer

Hosted by: Joanna Farnworth
Gentle exercise for anyone of any ability

Hosted by: Joanna Farnworth
Monthly lunch club for over 60s

Hosted by: Joanna Farnworth
Monthly meeting for women with speakers, quizzes, social activities.

Hosted by: Joanna Farnworth
Monthly meeting for men with speakers, quizzes, social activities

Hosted by: Joanna Farnworth
The Craft Group meets to stitch or knit and socialise with refreshments