Community Activities

Are you looking for social groups, practical support or leisure activities in Oldham, Rochdale 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: Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind
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Hosted by: Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind
A mental health and wellbeing hub for children and young people aged 8-18 and their families. Offering a range of services to support children's mental health: Arts and Crafts group, 1-2-1 intervention, group courses and counselling. Services can be accessed by attending a drop in appointment any... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind
Families in Mind is an exciting service that we can deliver to the full family. If you are starting to struggle with things such as communication, conflicts and sharing difficult emotions, this service aims to help you to work on these issues, set goals and move towards them. Through talking,... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Richmond Street Community Centre CIO
Place of Welcome belongs to a growing network run by local community groups. The Richmond Places of Welcome activity offers friendship and hospitality, regular opening times (same time and day each week), free refreshments and local knowledge about your area.

Hosted by: Forget-Me-Not Buddies (Tameside)
Forget-Me-Not Buddies An independent Self-Funding group run by carers and volunteers for carers and cared for with a diagnosis of Dementia or Alzheimer's. Offering weekly contact, support, and get together with refreshments, entertainment, dancing and activities. Buddies also offers subsidised... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: St John the Evangelist, Hurst
Join us straight from school for fun craft activities for children. Pre-school age and upwards. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: St John the Evangelist, Hurst
Do you love to craft? Then come along and join us! We are an open and friendly group. Either bring your own project along or join in the crafts we are doing that particular evening. A chance to craft and have fun! Drop in every Tuesdays (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: St John the Evangelist, Hurst
Friendship, free refreshments, chair aerobics, counselling services, access to local agencies and fun! Open to everyone - please drop in! (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: St John the Evangelist, Hurst
Learning and fun for toddlers - must be accompanied by parent/guardian. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: St John the Evangelist, Hurst
Social club for the more mature members of our community providing refreshments and a chance to meet and chat. Regular activities including outings, talks and demonstrations - Small entry fee applicable. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: St John the Evangelist, Hurst
Come along and meet new people and enjoy a chat over a drink and good food, including toasted teacakes, bacon buttys and corned beef hash! Bring your friends! (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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: Groundwork Greater Manchester

Hosted by: Groundwork Greater Manchester
12 to 18 week courses for 19 to 24 year olds on land, youth work, construction.

Hosted by: Groundwork Greater Manchester

Hosted by: Groundwork Greater Manchester

Hosted by: Groundwork Greater Manchester

Hosted by: Groundwork Greater Manchester

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-under-Lyne, unload on to a van and then this is taken back to our charity shop. We don't... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Active Tameside

Hosted by: Active Tameside
The leisure centre has a great choice of activities to choose from, including group exercise classes, personal training, parties, swimming and gymnastics lessons and much more! For more information, visit: https://www.activetameside.com/centre/active-ashton/

Hosted by: Active Tameside
Social tea & toast morning for people in the community to access. Based at Active Oxford Park Ashton-under-Lyne.

Hosted by: Active Tameside
Active Denton is our dedicated swimming facility, offering a comprehensive programme to make swimming accessible and enjoyable for everyone. We have 2 pools; our large pool measures 25m x 12.5m (depth: 1m – 2m) and our small pool measures 12.5m x 7m (depth: 0.75m – 0.9m). Both pools are available... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Canal Boat Trust
Why not join us on board our narrow boat Still Waters, for a relaxing Boat Trip along the Historic Ashton Canal from Portland Basin, Ashton-under-Lyne? Our public trips are 40 minutes (return), long enough to see the view that you don't see from the street. While you relax on board you will learn... [READ MORE]

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: Noah's ART
Bring your dog too and become part of our therapy team for an hour or too! Our blog tells you lots more about this project. We are working with local schools to provide alternative educational experiences and supporting people with mental health problems to get work experience and maybe find paid... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside South and Longdendale Foodbank
Provide food parcels for local people in crisis.

Hosted by: 1st Denton Boys' Brigade Company
Welcome to The Boys Brigade - one of the biggest Christian Youth Organisations in the UK & Republic of Ireland.

Hosted by: St Martin's Church, Droylsden
Gentle exercise for anyone of any ability

Hosted by: St Martin's Church, Droylsden
Monthly lunch club for over 60s

Hosted by: St Martin's Church, Droylsden
Monthly meeting for women with speakers, quizzes, social activities.

Hosted by: St Martin's Church, Droylsden
Monthly meeting for men with speakers, quizzes, social activities

Hosted by: St Martin's Church, Droylsden
The Craft Group meets to stitch or knit and socialise with refreshments.

Hosted by: St Martin's Church, Droylsden
Beavers, is the youngest section of Scouting operated by The Scout Association in the United Kingdom. The core age range for Beaver Scouts is six to eight years, though exceptions can be granted.

Hosted by: St Martin's Church, Droylsden
Cubs are an age-based section of The Scout Association for young boys and girls ages 8 to 10½. This section follows on from the Beaver Scouts (6-8 year olds) and Cubs will move on to Scouts at the age of 10½. The section originally opened as Wolf Cubs in 1916

Hosted by: St Martin's Church, Droylsden
Activities for pre-school children in the church hall from 9.00am on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. School term time only. For more information, contact: Jenny Martin 0161 370 7081. These groups are free, thanks to a generous grant from Tameside4Good.

Hosted by: The Shed (Tameside)
The Shed is run by a team of experienced and enthusiastic staff and volunteers who are able to support a wide range of projects. We open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 3:00pm with a small fee (£6 for half-day and £12 full day). Monday to Thursday is men only while Friday is mixed.

Hosted by: Victoria Park Community Centre Association
A national non political, social organisation for all women, creating opportunities to build new skills by taking part in a wide variety of activities in an atmosphere of friendship and fun and campaigning on issues that matter to members and their communities

Hosted by: Victoria Park Community Centre Association
We are based on the car park on Victoria park , we are open for coffee on Monday Wednesday and Friday from 9.30 am till 12noon . We serve beverages and toast and on a Friday we serve bacon butties , the price list is available in the cafe . We are run by volunteers and it is a place where you can... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Victoria Park Community Centre Association
Victoria Park - Dementia community session. The Coffee mornings provides a safe and supportive place for you to enjoy a hot drink and spend time in the company of others

Hosted by: Victoria Park Community Centre Association

Hosted by: Umoja Foundation Trust CIO
In the interests of social welfare with the object of improving the conditions of life of such persons who are in need of such facilities by reason of their youth, age infirmity or disablement, poverty or social or economic circumstances. Unite individuals, communities, and people, build and form... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Umoja Foundation Trust CIO
Help elder people to integrate into the united kingdom, victims of crime and our families.

Hosted by: Reach Church, Stalybridge
This is a group for people who enjoy being creative to create new artwork and share ideas and art together. Refreshments (tea, coffee and toast) are provided along with a relaxing, friendly and social morning. Feel free to bring along your own art equipment or this can be provided.

Hosted by: Reach Church, Stalybridge
Each Sunday we run various groups for children and young people from 0-17 years alongside our usual Sunday Service. The activities include crafts, games and biblical teachings.

Hosted by: Reach Church, Stalybridge
Royal Rangers is a worldwide “Scouting” type organisation to over 73 countries. It caters for children and young teens (5-17 years of age) and encourages positive spiritual, social, mental and physical growth, and is designed to provide youth with challenging activities while providing them with... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Reach Church, Stalybridge
Man Up is the Men’s ministry at Revive Church. Meetings include fun social nights, film nights, “Man-Up” evening special events and men’s breakfasts with great food and encouragement. The group is growing rapidly and has drawn big crowds of guys from across the area. For more information about the... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Reach Church, Stalybridge
Women of Worth, or WOW, is the women’s ministry at Revive Church. The group meets together socially and meetings include Swishing Parties, Breakfasts, Pamper Evenings and Afternoon Tea. For more information about the next event contact: suzi.gardener@revivechurch.uk

Hosted by: Reach Church, Stalybridge
– Did you know gardening, getting outside and meeting others has lots of health benefits? There is something about nature that heals and restores our sense of wellbeing. Gardening is also fun and fruitful, literally. The Revive Community Garden is open to adults and children each week to learn... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: The Happy Bump Club
Monthly pregnancy support group for women in the area, at any stage of pregnancy. A safe place to share information and advice, and make new friends.

Hosted by: The Leap Children and Family Centre
Read for Life is 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: The Leap Children and Family Centre
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: Aldwinians RUFC
Women & Girls Rugby Session

Hosted by: Aldwinians RUFC
Mini Junior Rugby sessions u6's 7's & u16s

Hosted by: Aldwinians RUFC
Men's senior Rugby training

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: POP Hyde CIC
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: The Together Centre @ Loxley House
Survivors of stroke group support people who have had a stroke and families. The session brings people together for support and helps with information

Hosted by: The Together Centre @ Loxley House
Broad oak are a friendly group who meet in the lounge and have a tea/coffee and a chat

Hosted by: The Together Centre @ Loxley House
Reading friends is a support group that meet to look at reading techniques. The

Hosted by: Newton Women's Group
A group for women to meet and socialise and get out of the house. We do various types of activities and training such as indoor cycling, badminton, gentle exercises, and walks. We have guest speakers that do health talks and we also arrange for training and short courses such as ESOL, Food and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Khush Amdid
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. (Ashton-under-... [READ MORE]

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

Hosted by: Haughton Green Centre
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: Haughton Green Centre
If you have difficulty standing or walking, it doesn't have to mean exercise is out of the question. We offer chair-based exercises you can try at home.

Hosted by: Haughton Green Centre
Arts for Health is an arts group for people to improve their health. This group has a waiting list

Hosted by: Haughton Green Centre
This group is for anybody who would like to socialise as well as share information about books.

Hosted by: Haughton Green Centre
This is a group that provides opportunities to do crafts. This group is for people to get together and socialise whilst being crafty.

Hosted by: Haughton Green Centre
a group of people who get together to do some armchair exercise.

Hosted by: Haughton Green Centre
Citizens Advice Bureau services available on a drop in basis. for people who live in the Denton South

Hosted by: Haughton Green Centre
Bereavement group for anybody experiencing bereavement - this service is provided by MIND

Hosted by: Haughton Green Centre
Film Shows and meetings to plan activities for people aged 50 plus, some of that activities are parties, trips and social gatherings.

Hosted by: Haughton Green Centre
Haughton Green Board Games and Puzzle Club is a fortnightly activity group. Come along and enjoy playing board games and puzzles with other local people. For more information, including the time and date of the next session please contact the Haughton Green Centre

Hosted by: St Barnabas Church Hattersley
Weekly community cafe where you can have a hot breakfast and hot drinks for a low cost. There's also a stall selling second hand and nearly new clothes, household items and bric-a-brac.

Hosted by: Henshaws Society for Blind People
A free six week course which will provide you with information, advice and guidance to make living with sight loss easier. You will develop a variety of life skills to help you to live independently, including cooking tips, safety in the home, ssistve aids and equipment demonstartions, guidance on... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Henshaws Society for Blind People
Free one-to-one session looking at digital technology to help people with visual impairments.

Hosted by: Henshaws Society for Blind People
Come and join us for our games afternoon! Bingo, card games, music/general knowledge quiz and refreshments. Come build a network of support through meeting people with similar experiences.

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

Hosted by: East Cheshire Harriers and Tameside Athletic Club.
We are a local running club and are open to anyone interested in running. You are put in to running groups which is based on your ability. For more experience runners we do go on to the track to compete amongst each other. We are always looking to invite new people to join our club and are able to... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Bethel Pentecostal Church Manchester
The mother's meeting monthly discuss the integration in the united kingdom. Youth meet twice a month.

Hosted by: Kendal House Social Group
The session involves people coming together to try some gentle exercise and play different games such as curling on a carpet to work on co-ordination and ability. Its a great group to be involved in for socialising.

Hosted by: Kendal House Social Group
The Luncheon club is where people come together and meet to talk and have some lunch prepared by the team. Its a great session for building on confidence.

Hosted by: Kendal House Social Group
The quiz is organised daily for anyone to attend to have some fun and a tea/coffee in a relaxed environment. Please phone Iris for confirmation of this activity.

Hosted by: Being There Tameside and Glossop
VENUE AND NEW START DATE TO BE CONFIRMED Social group for people living with cancer, COPD, strokes, heart disease and other life limiting illnesses. Come and join us for talks, information and activities. Refreshments and help with transport provided.

Hosted by: Being There Tameside and Glossop
Face to face and telephone befriending offered on a weekly/fortnightly basis for up to 6 months. Being There is a local charity providing emotional support and practical assistance to people with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses, along with those closest to them, such as family, friends and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Being There Tameside and Glossop
Counselling support for 8 sessions online and face to face. Being Heard is a person-centred counselling service offered by Being There. Appropriate referrals from health and social welfare professionals and self-referrals are welcome from anyone with a life limiting illness, their carers or family... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Being There Tameside and Glossop
Being There has a small team of volunteer drivers who can take people with life limiting illnesses to hospital appointments, medical treatment and to our support groups. As well as driving, they are trained to listen and respond in an understanding and empathic way. We try to provide transport to... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Being There Tameside and Glossop
Online support group runs on Zoom Wednesday fortnightly 12pm-1.30pm. Our groups are informal and supported by a member of staff and volunteers. There are a range of activities including quizzes, speakers, relaxation and art sessions, as well as occasional entertainers.

Hosted by: St Mary's Church Droylsden
Pop in for a breakfast stop Wednesday, Tea and toast session is the perfect place to take 5 read a newspaper, grab a book and to meet new people.

Hosted by: St Mary's Church Droylsden
Parent and toddler groups provide a meeting place for parents and carers with babies and small children to relax and chat together while children play. ... Groups are usually run and used by volunteers from the church for grandparents, childminders and nannies as well as parents.

Hosted by: St Mary's Church Droylsden
They learn to think and act as artists, makers and designers, working creatively and intelligently. They develop an appreciation of and engagement in art, craft and design as critical consumers and audiences and an understanding of its role in the creative and cultural industries that shape and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Haughton Green Methodist Centre
A local place where everyone feels safe to belong, connect and contribute. A Plan of welcome is open to everyone and offers: - friendship and hospitality. - free refreshments - local knowledge

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

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
Best Foot Forward is 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... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Age UK Tameside
The Next Step Foward service offers a range of exercise classes for people of all abilities. Sessions are held in the 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: Age UK Tameside
We offer FREE specialist Drop-In Sessions for people who are age 50+ and who speak Urdu, Punjabi and Spanish. We offer an initial 10 - 15 minute appointment. If you need more time, then we can arrange a longer timed appointment on another day. Please come along if you have any other questions on a... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Making a Difference - Tameside
Making a difference supports people who suffer mental distress. We encourage involvement in many different activities to encourage and develop confidence and self worth, purpose and hope. The life skills centre on Stamford street consists of 4 work rooms where members participate in a range of... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Making a Difference - Tameside
The monthly Sing a Long in our cafe is for our older generation offering a social event during the day. Making a Difference - Tameside members who have passed their food hygiene serve and chat with the customers. The members and volunteers provide songs, stories and a quiz, Often a customer... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Barnardo's
Barnardo's Tameside Service supports a team of Independent Visitors, who will be trained, matched with and befriend young people in care. To befriend and visit individual children and young people in care, who have infrequent or no contact and communication with their parents. delivers issue based... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Barnardo's
An Advocacy service for; Looked after children, Young people leaving care, Children and young people on a child protection plan. An Independent Visitor service; A volunteer befriending service for Looked after children.

Hosted by: Tameside Pulmonary Fibrosis Support Group
We provide a social space for people who have Pulmonary Fibrosis. We provide information, advice and guidance on how to manage the condition. Refreshments provided.

Hosted by: Fit For Life (Greater Manchester) 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: Fit For Life (Greater Manchester) 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: 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 year long 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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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 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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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 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-school 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 visitors. 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: Denton Methodist Church

Hosted by: Denton Methodist Church
Denton Methodist weekley Luncheon Club is a great place to meet new friends, chat to old friends, and enjoy a 3-course meal!

Hosted by: St. Mary's Friendship Club
Weekly craft activities with Tameside Art. Will start putting on movies as well.

Hosted by: Homeless Friendly
We encourage GP surgeries to facilitate their own patient food bank by offering set up food bank packs to surgeries. The packs include a box complete with provisions, guidance and templates

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
Knit 'n' Natter is a friendly, sociable group for knitters and characters of all abilities to share ideas and learn new skills. Bring along your own project, no need to cook. 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. No need to book. For ages 18+.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A peer support group for anyone affected by suicide. No need to book. For ages 18+. Refreshments included.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A peer support group for people who hear voices and/or have visions. For ages 18+. Refreshments provided.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
Learn to use sewing & embroidery on your craft projects. Supportive group for people with mental health issues, 18yrs+ £2 inc basic materials & refreshments. Booking required – max 6 people

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+, includes refreshments.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A peer support group for members of the LGBTQ+ community and allies in Tameside. For people 18+.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A peer support group for family, friends, and carers of a loved one with mental health issues. For people 18+. Refreshments provided.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
Reiki with Susan (reiki-Rochdale.co.uk). Experience the healing powers of Reiki with these mini sessions (approx. 20mins), 18yrs+ £2 Booking required. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A fun session for ladies of all ages. Come along and enjoy pamper sessions, gentle chair-based exercise & other activities. No need to book, 18yrs+ £2 including refreshments.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
For young people aged 9 to 19yrs with questions, worries or concerns about their mental health & wellbeing - accompanying adults are welcome. Call in for a chat, informal support and/or take part in the activities. FREE inc refreshments. (This is a collaborative project with Off The Record,... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A self-guided, gentle exercise, suitable for people of all fitness levels. No need to book. For people 18+. Refreshments provided.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
Men’s Group – A drop-in discussion group where men can share, learn & gain a better understanding of themselves & others. This is an Opt-In (TMBC) project. For more info, contact Andy on 0161 342 2598, no need to book, 18yrs+ £1 inc refreshments

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
Guitar Jamming Session with Steve - guitar provided or use your own - pick up some tips or just for fun - suitable for all abilities. Feel free to bring along other instruments, 18yrs+ £2 inc refreshments.

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
Our art room is open for all to use. Bring along your own project to complete, or experiment with our different resources put out each week, 18yrs+ £1

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
Take advantage of our music room and equipment for a free jamming session, 18yrs+

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
Crystal healing with Meeta – Explore Crystals and the healing powers that they possess in these mini-sessions (approx. 20 mins) £3 Booking required

Hosted by: The Anthony Seddon Fund
A new project providing a space for people to talk about dying, death and bereavement. Topics will include: Planning your funeral, Making a will and Bucket lists etc.

Hosted by: Infinity Initiatives C.I.C
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: Infinity Initiatives C.I.C
Milestones is a reward based initiative aimed at clients presenting with complex needs. Milestones are rewarded when any actions benefiting the individual or wider community is completed. Examples of this include: Participation in training Attendance at in house events Completion of voluntary... [READ MORE]

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: 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: Friday Writers Circle
We are a writer club open to anybody interested in writing. We have a chair that facilitates the sessions and sets writing homework for the week. People who attend present their written homework back to the rest of the group and everyone listens. We arrange occasional trips out to festivals and... [READ MORE]

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. (Ashton-... [READ MORE]

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: Finding Rainbows
Finding rainbows is running a coffee morning once a month open to the community who feels they would benefit from bereavement support of any kind. We are here for you with an open heart and a listening ear. Please contact us to book on to the coffee morning via Facebook or our contact number.

Hosted by: Finding Rainbows
Finding rainbows is running afternoon tea once a month open to the older generation within our community who have been through the loss of a baby or child. We understand that many years ago the loss of a baby was very much a taboo subject more so than it is today. So, we want to provide a space... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Finding Rainbows
Finding Rainbows run a coffee morning once a month where we come together to be with other families who have been through the loss of their little one. Connecting with others who understand is invaluable. To help each other through and form friendships is what we are about at finding rainbows. You... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Agape Alliance Charity
As part of our providing education, we will hold conferences, seminars and workshops to meet the needs of the above groups. Football club for teens. Lunch club for over 50s Therapeutic singing for over 60s

Hosted by: Hope Community Church
Weekly afternoon of fun and frolics including monthly: chair aerobics sessions; retro cinema experience (with ice-cream interval!); visits from the local primary school; quizzes and a good hearty sing-a-long. Open to all who are able to come and local transport available where possible. All... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hope Community Church
Open in term times, the Tuesday Cafe is a lovely space to get to know the locals and enjoy a bowl of soup and a sandwich in the process. We also serve a monthly hot meal (like a hearty cottage pie). The cafe is open to all and pay as you feel!

Hosted by: Hope Community Church
Pilates class open to all. Exercise class running twice a week. £6 per session

Hosted by: Hope Community Church
All-age space with soft play area and cafe tables with toast and hot drinks. A lovely opportunity to mix and mingle with all ages! Open in term times.

K4C
Hosted by: Hope Community Church
For children aged 7-11 years old, a fabulous, fun-filled evening with some of the childrens worker from the church. Running in term times. 50p per week.

Hosted by: Hope Community Church
Silver Cord is a free befriending service currently operating in Longdendale and Denton. Using trained and DBS checked volunteers from local churches, befrienders offer a weekly visit of one hour to those who live alone or as extra support for full-time carers.

Hosted by: The Mountain of the Lord's House
Sportslike for over 50s

Hosted by: The Mountain of the Lord's House
An informal time of music and singing opened to the community.

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: Denton West End Community Library
Come along and join our community choir "The Footnotes" No experience needed, join our choir ‘The Footnotes’

Hosted by: Denton West End Community Library
Come, bring a friend and make new friend whilst having a nice cuppa!

Hosted by: Denton West End Community Library
Quiz Night: 2nd Thursday of each month. Pay on the door. Maximum 6 per team

Hosted by: Denton West End Community Library

Hosted by: Denton West End Community Library
Regular coffee mornings throughout the year. Saturday Monthly – see noticeboard for details

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

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: Lifecentre Hattersley
A weekly club running adventure activities for the benefit of our local young people and their families.

Hosted by: Ashton Church of the Nazarene
Adventurers is a club for primary school age children (5 – 11 year old) and includes games, crafts, singing, and story-telling. Fresh Ground (a coffee shop) next door is open throughout and so parents, whilst welcome to drop their children and go home, are also able to enjoy a variety of coffees... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ashton Church of the Nazarene
Happy Tots is an award-winning group for pre-school children and their carers and has become quite a thriving environment with crafts, healthy snack, story-telling, sing-along time, and a wide variety of games and toys for the children to enjoy. Many go into the coffee lounge for their lunch... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ashton Church of the Nazarene
Ashton Church of the Nazarene runs a youth group for young people aged 11 plus. There are games, sports and occasional trips e.g. cinema, bowling.

Hosted by: Ashton Church of the Nazarene
Ashton Church of the Nazarene run a monthly session for Dad's and their children to spend time together, play games and enjoy other activities. The cost is £2 per child. Sessions run the last Saturday of every month. Please contact us if you would like more information!

Hosted by: St George's Church, Stalybridge
Supporting Dementia sufferers and their carers to give them a safe, secure environment in which to interact with others and share experiences. We will provide different activities/entertainment in which to exercise their minds and cognitive reactions. The session will take place on the 1st and 3rd... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Generation Pathway
Housing young people at risk of falling into criminal activities

Hosted by: Generation Pathway
Inter-generational activities, young and old people working together to maintain fitness

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
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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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. We are based in Ashton-under-Lyne.

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

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. (Ashton-Under-Lyne)

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: New Life Church
Provision of food parcels for those in crisis. Max 3 parcels per household in six months. Must obtain a voucher from a local agency. We are based in Ashton-under-Lyne.

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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: Carrbrook Community Hub
Our Mum's and Tots group meets every Wednesday and is not just open to Mums! We welcome Mums, Dads, Carers, Grandparents etc. We ask for a donation for tea and coffee but each child gets a soft drink and a snack for free. We are based in Carrbrook Stalybridge.

Hosted by: Carrbrook Community Hub
Our tea and toast session welcomes anyone who wants to come along and meet new people, have a laugh and a brew! We sometimes do a quiz, or have a raffle, or do some crafts, but the main thing is that we offer a friendly and welcoming place for all. We ask for a donation for refreshments. We are... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Carrbrook Community Hub
Come along to our fortnightly armchair exercise sessions. Everyone Welcome. We are based in Carrbrook Stalybridge.

Hosted by: Carrbrook Community Hub
Come along to our Bingo sessions in Carrbrook! We ask for a donation. All welcome! We are based in Carrbrook Stalybridge.

Hosted by: Carrbrook Community Hub
Our Carrbrook Hub is run by local residents who volunteer their time to provide a range of activities for local residents including: •Tea and Toast and Quiz •Craft for Adults •Dance for Children •Craft Club for Children •Children’s Choir •Neighbourhood Advice •Tai Chi on Thursday •Health and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Carrbrook Community Hub
Craft club for children is aimed at fun learning carrying out arts and crafts to build skills and confidence,

Hosted by: Carrbrook Community Hub
Tai chi, also called tai chi chuan, combines deep breathing and relaxation with flowing movements. Originally developed as a martial art in 13th-century China, tai chi is now practised around the world as a health-promoting exercise.

Hosted by: Carrbrook Community Hub
Plastic band is a fun way for children to enjoy music using different items to make sound and work together

Hosted by: Carrbrook Community Hub
Sign language classes are delivered to the community to help create a sense of learning to help families communicate effectively.

Hosted by: Carrbrook Community Hub
Craft sessions for adults is a great way to bring the community together to learn new skills

Hosted by: Dipak Dristi (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: Shree Ram Mandir and Community Centre
We hold Tai Chi session (to include armchair exercises) people in the community. Tai Chi is a sequence of very slow controlled movements. It combines deep breathing and relaxation with flowing movement.

Hosted by: Shree Ram Mandir and Community Centre
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). We are based in Ashton-under-Lyne.

Hosted by: Shree Ram Mandir and Community Centre
Our Yoga sessions include breath control, simple meditation and body stretches. Yoga is a session for all (easy Yoga exercises and relaxation).

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

Hosted by: Denton Park Social Bowling Club
Club Bowling members only- To become a member please contact Tony.

Hosted by: Denton Park Social Bowling Club
his classic game of strategy is perfect for beginners and experts alike. Bridge is played by two teams of two, which makes it a perfect way to build new relationships and meet new people. The aim of the game is to score the most points through your bid or by beating the opposing pair’s bid. To... [READ MORE]

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

Hosted by: Denton Park Social Bowling Club
Social day trips away. Please contact Tony for details.

Hosted by: Dukinfield Methodist Church Addiction Support Group
The Addiction Support Group Dukinfield Methodist is based in the church two night per week. The group supports anyone suffering from alcohol related issues and helps break illness and offers support through difficult times.

Hosted by: Ashton & District Bridge Club
Bridge lessons for beginners or for those who want to improve their Bridge game. Anyone interested, or who knows someone who might be interested please get in touch.

Hosted by: Ashton & District Bridge Club
These afternoon sessions include supervised play suitable for beginners with some experience who wish to build up their confidence. A volunteer will oversee the play and advise as required. Come along with or without a partner.

Hosted by: Ashton & District Bridge Club
Duplicate Bridge are for people who have played before, you will enjoy our competitive but friendly Tuesday & Thursday evening sessions.

Hosted by: Ashton & District Bridge Club
If you have played some Bridge but do not know or are not very confident about "duplicate" you will be most welcome to this session.

Hosted by: Girl Guiding Ashton
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 5 to 7 and are part of the largest organisation for girls and young women in the UK, which has over half a million... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Girl Guiding Ashton
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: Girl Guiding Ashton
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 10-14... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Girl Guiding Ashton
'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: Zion Congregational Church
Youth group for young people aged 7 to 13 years old. We meet every fortnight at the Zion Congregational Church and offer Games, nights out, film, art + crafts. Bible exploration and discovery and lots, lots more.

Hosted by: Women and Their Families Centre
This course is facilitated by our volunteers and focuses on self-esteem and confidence building. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: Women and Their Families Centre
This group is facilitated by our volunteers and focuses on learning various coping strategies that can be used to manage mental health. This group is for women of any age living in the Tameside area. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: Women and Their Families Centre
This group is facilitated by our volunteers and is a peer support group for women who attend the Women’s Centre. This group is for women of any age living in the Tameside area. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: Women and Their Families Centre
This group is delivered by Leap. The aim of the group is to help Mum’s to see and understand the impact of domestic abuse through a child’s eye. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: Women and Their Families Centre
This is a peer support group which is facilitated by Homestart and the Early Attachment team. The group is aimed at Mum’s under 25 living in the Tameside area who may be feeling isolated. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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
Sunday Funday is a junior youth club for children and young people aged 8 - 14 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
Young women's evening for 13-19 years old.

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: 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
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
Ages: 8 to 13 Where: WAC in Droylsden What to bring: A towel, change of clothes, spare shoes and a packed lunch. 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... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Water Adventure Centre
Free kayaking sessions for groups based in Rochdale! We can organise a range of exciting water-based activities, tailored to the specific needs of your group. Bookings are available daytimes, evenings and some weekends and whilst our primary focus is on young people we do cater for older groups as... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: St John's Church, Dukinfield
The St Alban’s Project opens fortnightly on Saturday mornings with the aim of providing companionship and a place of welcome for people in need who are classed as homeless or who are vulnerable in some other way. Tea and coffee are provided throughout the opening and visitors are given a simple... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: In Stitches
We are a tutored knitting, crocheting, sewing social group. We teach people who wish to learn how to knit, crochet and sew in a friendly social setting. We are interested in improving our skills and learning new ones together. We encourage people to come along to the group who have an interest in... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Yogi Fitness Group
A Yoga group of for men who come together to exercise . The group does an exercise session for cardiac rehab working with males from the local community who have had health issues in the past. These sessions involve 45 minutes of yoga

Hosted by: Tameside Arts Ltd
Morning disco & Karaoke- for people living with support needs.

Hosted by: Tameside Arts Ltd
Drama- For people with support needs

Hosted by: Tameside Arts Ltd
Music Group- For people with support needs.

Hosted by: Tameside Arts Ltd
Relaxing Music Group- For everyone

Hosted by: Tameside Arts Ltd
The Chatterbox Theatre Company

Hosted by: Tameside Arts Ltd
Classical live violin music, relaxation and mindfulness art.

Hosted by: Tameside Arts Ltd
Stagestars drama & dance group

Hosted by: Tameside Arts Ltd
Dance for people with support needs or Dance & Exercise for everyone.

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
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
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
Green belts & above Based in Ashton-under-Lyne.

Hosted by: King Kombat Systems
Based in Ashton-under-Lyne.

Hosted by: King Kombat Systems
Based in Ashton-under-Lyne.

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Martial Arts
Kids Kickboxing, padwork for children aged 6 - 12yrs. ????

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Martial Arts
Street defence, anti bullying and anti abduction class for children aged5 - 12yrs. Bullyproofing your children to not beconme a victim. Reality class learning real life skills to help boost confidence and to prepare your children for the world ahead..

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Martial Arts
Baby warriors is for children aged 3 to 5yrs with one parent assisting (Mandatory) Learning basic vocal and visual instruction, balance, coordination and the basic fundamentals of martial arts. Relaxed surroundings all equipment is provided Only 10 places available nly 10 places per session

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Martial Arts
Muay Thai Boxing fitness Boxing and kicking pads and shields Excellent cardio to get into shape and maintain fitness. Suitable for anyone aged 8yrs to adult all levels of fitness.

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Martial Arts
Family kickboxing for kids and adults together get to train with your children in the art of kickboxing suitable for all levels of fitness. Want your kids to be safe what better way to encourage them if the parents are involved too.. Great fun equipment and drinks provided ????

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Martial Arts
For ladies aged 10yrs to Adult Zumba takes you on a journey of dance and music go at your own pace its fun and an amazing way to get in shape in a superb environment (this class contains flashing lights)

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Martial Arts
For ladies aged 10yrs to Adult Zumba takes you on a journey of dance and music go at your own pace its fun and an amazing way to get in shape in a superb environment (this class contains flashing lights)

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Martial Arts
Zumba Disco Come and have fun while getting fit in a club with lasers and disco. Includes Salsa, Tango , Bollywood dance moves. Start your feel good journey

Hosted by: The Neuro Bee Project
The Man Cave is a monthly class where Men of all ages can come and meet whilst getting creative with over 10,000 bricks and pieces.

Hosted by: Carters Arms Knit and Natter
Knit & Natter. This is an opportunity to get together with like-minded people, have a good chat, a coffee/tea and biscuits and do some knitting, crocheting or sewing at the same time. These informal groups welcome anyone interested in knitting and/or crocheting

Hosted by: Denton Brass Band + Training band
The rehearsal is for all members to practice together

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! Based in St Peter's ward Ashton-under-Lyne.

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: The Rough Diamonds
Eat in or Take Out. Pay what you can. Open to anyone. Based in St Peter's ward Ashton-under-Lyne.

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-under-Lyne. 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... [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. (... [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
We are looking for older people (crinkly or otherwise) to join us in making up and then performing our new show - ‘The Crinkly Crew’ - a story about a group of extraordinary older characters that use their unique experiences (bees, ironing, stunts, mystery and an intimate knowledge of the highway... [READ MORE]

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: Hyde Central Methodist Church
A luncheon club in Hyde that's open to all comers. 1st Monday of the month - hot lunch other Mondays - soup and sandwich It's £3.50 per person.

Hosted by: Hyde Central Methodist Church
Activities for pre-school children. Refreshments available for children and parents/carers.

Hosted by: St Peter's Church in the Parish of the Good Shephard
A Place of Welcome for Everyone. A designated Red Cross Drop-in Centre for Refugees and Asylum Seeker. Refreshments will be provided throughout the day and a basic hot meal will be provided at luch time. As part of the drop-in Red Cross will be providing grants to Refugees and Asylum seekers who... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 3rd Ashton Scouts
At 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: 3rd Ashton Scouts
At 3rd Ashton Beavers we play games, crafts, trips out, indoor camping, football competitions, sports, badge work and much more. Children aged 5-8 years old.

Hosted by: 3rd Ashton Scouts
At 3rd Ashton Cubs we play games, crafts, trips out, outdoor camping, football competitions, sports, badge work and much more. Children aged 8-10 1/2 years old. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: Association of Friends of Gorse Hall
On a Friday their is a free accessible reading club 09:00-09:30 and a toast club on a Friday 08:30-09:00 every week during school terms free for children to attend

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: Litter Bugs
Litter bugs meet once a month and clean up the local area of Mossley. The group is a social activity for people to meet and talk.

Hosted by: Mossley Dementia Cafe
The Mossley Dementia café will be a support group for people with dementia and carers. The session will offer support and guidance through a tea/coffee afternoon . The café will tackle social isolation and bring people together to support each other. 13:00-15:00 every third Thursday of the month

Hosted by: Aries UK
A peer support group held every Wednesday evening at the Anthony Seddon Building.

Hosted by: Tameside Singing Group The Songsters
We practice singing once a week at the Beau Guest in Ashton and perform exhibitions at residential homes , community centres and churches. Open to any age who would like to sing.

Hosted by: Tameside Stroke Awareness support Group
We are a social group for all who have survived a stroke for families, carers and friends. We meet on a Wednesday at 10:00am-12:00pm in Dukinfield at the Pavilion. New members are always welcome. Our aim is to enjoy life and have fun no matter what.

Hosted by: Born and Bread Dance Theatre
Join dance artist, Olivia Peers on Wednesday evenings for a dance exercise class specifically designed for ladies and gentlemen of a certain age! Build up your cardiovascular fitness by getting down with your bad self to great music whilst learning fun, easy and stylish routines. This energetic... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Born and Bread Dance Theatre
Join us on Wednesday evenings for a dance class with a difference. Progress, at you own speed, through movement exercises and original sections of choreography in a contemporary style. This class uses dance as a way to keep fit, healthy and happy, with influences from Pilates and yoga.

Hosted by: Haughton Green Bowling Club
Weekly training for both men & women. Both none and members can attend the session.

Hosted by: Haughton Green Bowling Club
Dementia Bowling, once a month.

Hosted by: St Georges Art Group
The group is a non taught session where each individual that attends can work on their own project. The group is open to all abilities and has a friendly and calming atmosphere. People attending help each other with art and also chat as a group.

Hosted by: Stalybridge Art Group
The group is a non taught session where each individual that attends can work on their own project. The group is open to all abilities and has a friendly and calming atmosphere. People attending help each other with art and also chat as a group. The group is over 60 only

Hosted by: Mossley Writers
Mossley Writers is a friendly, inclusive group that meets on the third Tuesday of the month, at The Britannia Inn, Mossley, 7.30pm-9.30pm. We welcome all kinds of writers, of all abilities. Amongst our number, we have poets, playwrights, short story writers, novelists and memoirists. Each session... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Yew Tree Singers
Yew Tree Singers meets on a Wednesday 19:30-21:30 at Baptiste church in Dukinfield. The group rehears and make music with a tea/coffee break and chat in the middle. The session is really positive and brings people together to talk.

Hosted by: Mossley Luncheon Club
The Mossley Luncheon club is a place where people can come together to tackle social isolation and meet new friends. The session is a two course meal and is open to older people over 60. The session runs 12-2 and consist of a raffle and a meal . The group always use fresh products from local... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
Parent & Toddler Every Monday afternoon we host a stay and play group for 0 – 5 year olds. It runs from 12:45pm – 2:45pm and is 60p per person to attend. Toys and activities are set out for the children; a picnic lunch alongside hot and cold drinks are available for adults and children. The... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
New Horizons runs every Tuesday from 12pm – 2pm and is a group aimed at the seniors in our community. The group has a weekly quiz or activity, two course meal and talk. The group costs £2.50 and we would love to see you there!

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
Coffee Morning runs every Thursday morning from 10am – 12pm and is a drop in session for anyone to come along for tea, toast and a chat!

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
Every Thursday evening from 5:30pm – 6:45pm we host a group for primary school aged children in our community where they play games, have refreshments and have some simple Christian teaching in a relaxed, fun and friendly environment. **Term Time Only**

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
Once a month we run Impact, a youth club for young people aged year 7 and above. We take them to do activities such as rock climbing, bowling etc to build up confidence and help them to socialise and create friendships with other people their own age whilst having fun and trying out new things.

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
Parent & Toddler Every Monday afternoon we host a stay and play group for 0 – 5 year olds. It runs from 12:45pm – 2:45pm and is 60p per person to attend. Toys and activities are set out for the children; a picnic lunch alongside hot and cold drinks are available for adults and children. The... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
New Horizons runs every Tuesday from 12pm – 2pm and is a group aimed at the seniors in our community. The group has a weekly quiz or activity, two course meal and talk. The group costs £2.50 and we would love to see you there!

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
Coffee Morning runs every Thursday morning from 10am – 12pm and is a drop in session for anyone to come along for tea, toast and a chat!

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
Every Thursday evening from 5:30pm – 6:45pm we host a group for primary school aged children in our community where they play games, have refreshments and have some simple Christian teaching in a relaxed, fun and friendly environment. **Term Time Only**

Hosted by: Dukinfield Congregational Church
Once a month we run Impact, a youth club for young people aged year 7 and above. We take them to do activities such as rock climbing, bowling etc to build up confidence and help them to socialise and create friendships with other people their own age whilst having fun and trying out new things.

Hosted by: St Thomas' Church
A drop in for any person, homeless, lonely, or looking to meet new people. Please join us for coffee, tea, and hot soup every Wednesday at the church in Hyde, It's free, although we take donations. There's also a Bible group that takes place which you can join if you wish to.

Hosted by: St Mary's Newton with Flowery Field
Open to all regardless of age or ability. Meets weekly. A chance to try a new craft or bring your own craft to do during the session. A good opportunity to make new friends and chat

Hosted by: St Mary's Newton with Flowery Field
This is a Parent and Toddler group open to all parents/carers with children and babies 0-5 years. A time to socialise and play and for parents/carers to chat and feel supported. Story times, singing. Drinks and snacks available for everyone. Birthday cake on someone's birthday.

Hosted by: St Mary's Newton with Flowery Field
Youth Club for all aged 10 - 14 years. You don't have to have a church connection to come and join us. All welcome. Just come along. Make new friends, try new activities, trips and activities, tuck shop.

Hosted by: Volunteer Circle of Friends (Denton)
We provide support for people living with a diagnosis of Alzheimer's or Dementia and their carers and family members to meet in a safe and welcoming environment.

Hosted by: Church of the Epiphany
Places of Welcome are run by local community groups who want everyone in their neighbourhood to have a place to go for a friendly face, a cup of tea and a conversation if and when they need it. Offering free refreshments (at least a cup of tea and a biscuit) and basic local information Open to... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Cascade
The Cascade drop in is open to anybody and is a place to meet and enjoy different activities that are free to all. The session is run by volunteers in the church , Tuesday 1:00pm-4:00pm. Its a great friendly atmosphere and here are some of the activities.

Hosted by: 6th Denton Scout Group
Beavers are our youngest members, and generally meet for an hour per week. They enjoy all that Scouting has to offer; being introduced to outdoor activities, having the opportunity to be creative, explore their local community and experience the excitement of a Beaver Scout sleepover with their... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 6th Denton Scout Group
Cubs, excitement and adventure are key. Their programme offers a huge variety of activities surrounding areas of fitness, global and beliefs; whilst allowing them to be creative and get involved in their local communities. Cubs are introduced to exciting outdoor skills and take part in adventurous... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 6th Denton Scout Group
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: 6th Denton Scout Group
The Beaver Colony is the first and youngest section of the Scout Group. Beaver Scouts are young people aged between 6 and 8 years old. There is core flexibility in the age range: young people can join from age 5¾, and can move to Cubs between age 7½ and 8½. It may sometimes be appropriate to... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 6th Denton Scout Group
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. There is core flexibility in the age range: young people can join from age 7½ and can move to Scouts between age 10 and 11. It may sometimes be appropriate to... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 6th Denton Scout Group
The Scout Troop is the third section in the Scout Group, above Beavers and Cubs. The Scout Section is for young people aged between 10½ and 14 years. There is core flexibility in the age range: young people can join from age 10, and can move to Explorers between age 13½ and 14½. It may sometimes... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 339th Manchester Scout Group
Beavers, is the youngest section of Scouting operated by The Scout Association in the United Kingdom. The core age range for Beaver Scouts is six to eight years, though exceptions can be granted.

Hosted by: 339th Manchester Scout Group
Cubs are an age-based section of The Scout Association for young boys and girls ages 8 to 10½. This section follows on from the Beaver Scouts (6-8 year olds) and Cubs will move on to Scouts at the age of 10½. The section originally opened as Wolf Cubs in 1916

Hosted by: Droylsden Library
Story Maker is a fun and easy way for children to create and print short stories. ... Story Maker is a fun and easy way for children to create and print short stories. An intuitive interface makes it simple for kids to add words, pictures and pages.

Hosted by: Droylsden Library
Join us for our friendly 'knit and natter' session every week at the Library. Beginners welcome or bring your own project.

Hosted by: New Horizons
The luncheon club offers a two course meal for £2.50 where older people can come together to talk and break down barriers to tackle social isolation.

Hosted by: Team Cromwell
Lunchtime Clubs Cromwell High School offers clubs each lunchtime. These currently include ICT, Art, Sports, Story, Dance and Gardening. Pupils are asked to express their preferences at the beginning of each term - with staff advocacy as necessary - and where a club is oversubscribed, pupils will... [READ MORE]

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: Willow Wood Hospice
Massage, aromatherapy, reflexology and reiki are offered to help people diagnosed with a life limiting illness. They can help with relaxation, anxiety and other symptoms, and help create a feeling of wellbeing.

Hosted by: Willow Wood Hospice
The physiotherapist will assess a patient's individual needs and give treatments to improve mobility, pain, weakness or breathlessness.

Hosted by: Willow Wood Hospice
Creative therapies for people diagnosed with a life limiting illness to help build self esteem and confidence in a socially stimulating group.

Hosted by: The Green Park Centre
Aerobics and Fitness Classes

Hosted by: St Pauls Church Stalybridge
The Luncheon Club is a two course meal with tea and coffee where people can come together and socialise

Hosted by: St Pauls Church Stalybridge
The coffee morning is a place where people can come together to talk and have a general chat.

Hosted by: St Pauls Church Stalybridge
Knit and Stitching club is a chance for people to get together and share ideas and techniques.

Hosted by: St Pauls Church Stalybridge
The Toddler group encourages young children to come together in a playful and safe environment. Tea/ coffee an d soft drinks are available

Hosted by: Mossley Youth & Community Association
African and Brazilian drumming for all abilities. Arts and crafts

Hosted by: Mossley Youth & Community Association
Luncheon club for over 55s. Games, quizzes and bingo. Light lunch included

Hosted by: Mossley Youth & Community Association
Maintain the award winning community garden at Mossley Community Centre. All abilities welcome. Brew and biscuits

Hosted by: Mossley Youth & Community Association
Weekly community café. Everything 50p

Hosted by: Park House Social Group Committee
Weekly Coffee morning

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: St Peters drop in centre
As part of the drop in red cross will be providing grants to refugees and asylum seekers who meet the eligibility requirements for their support

Hosted by: Hope United Reform Church
Weekly Coffee morning and breakfast, fairs, quizzes ect

Hosted by: Hattersley Healthy Walkers
A weekly walking group for people of all ages. We meet every Tuesday at different meeting points depending where the walk is. We walk different routs across Tameside. We update our walking list every 10 weeks, where the 10th walk is a pub walk. We usually walk between 5-7 miles, ranging from... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Moravian Church Dukinfield
Dementia Warriors café is where people effected by dementia come to together to have a cup of tea and a chat in a friendly environment

Hosted by: Moravian Church Dukinfield
Rainbows have fun! They take part in indoor and outdoor activities as part of their programme called the rainbow jigsaw. Our two rainbow units meet on Tuesday and Thursday respectively. Brownies (7-10 years) Brownies play games try new activities and can earn a wide range of badges whilst having... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Mossley Cancer Commitee
Coffee morning once a month which will include food/sandwiches/raffle tickets and is open to any age group. The cost is £1 per person

Hosted by: Richmond Residential Association
A group of residents come together to meet on a Tuesday for a cooked breakfast and chat and also on a Thursday dinner time to eat dinner and talk. Each person puts a small donation in to cover costs of all the meals for the ingredients. This community groups brings people together to talk and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Dukinfield Methodist Church
The coffee morning is where the community come together and talk over a coffee/tea or a cake

Hosted by: Dukinfield Methodist Church
Dukinfield Methodist tots is a great opportunity to bring families/carers together to enjoy structured play and learning.

Hosted by: Micklehurst Estate Residents Association
Muddy Buddies is a garden run by volunteers where young children can attend with parents/carers and have fun helping create and maintain a beautiful garden

Hosted by: St James Church Millbrook
The session is Karoke, bingo , quiz with tea and coffee. This session is open to all to bring people together

Hosted by: St James Church Millbrook
The bread of life is a community drop in to support social isolation

Hosted by: Dukinfield Cricket club
Dukinfield Cricket Club, which is situated on Clarendon Street, off King Street, Dukinfield,was founded by the people of Dukinfield in 1870. With the town hall, park and school in close vicinity it has remained a focal part of the town for the past 140 years. Our Membership totals approximately... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Holy Trinity Church
The Cascade drop in is open to anybody and is a place to meet and enjoy different activities that are free to all. The session is run by volunteers in the church , Tuesday 1:00pm-4:00pm. Its a great friendly atmosphere and here are some of the activities.

Hosted by: Holy Trinity Church
We have a new group called Alive! which will run on Wednesdays from 6.30 – 8.00pm. The group is for 9-13 year olds (school years 5/6-8) with lots of games, fun and activities so spread the word!

Hosted by: Stalybridge Baptist
parents/carers tots session is aimed at providing a environment where people can come together with small children and play, tea/coffee and toast is available.

Hosted by: St James (The Apostle) C of E Church
Scouting and Girlguiding offer young people to learn new skills and make new friends in a safe environment.

Hosted by: St James (The Apostle) C of E Church
St James Church (community Room) hosts two adult art painting classes per week. All abilities are welcome to attend.

Hosted by: St James (The Apostle) C of E Church
The help group Alcholics Anonymous aims to offer support to people in a safe environment. It is a fellowship of men and women share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

Hosted by: Haughton Green Young Peoples' Centre
The Haughton Green Young Peoples centre is based on Lancaster Road, just off Two Trees Lane in Haughton Green. The centre is a modern facility, which includes both a main room, IT Suite and sports hall. Further information on these facilities are included at the end of this profile. Information on... [READ MORE]

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

Hosted by: The Dream Centre Carers Group
May I welcome you to the Dream Centre and introduce myself to you as Pastor Anthony Higginson. The Dream Centre is a thriving church that is situated on the east side of Manchester in the town of Droylsden. During my seventeen years as a pastor I have discovered that God has a unique plan and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Mountbatten Explorers
Explorer Units are the fourth Section of the Scouting family after Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. Explorer Scouts are young people aged between 14 and 18 years old. There is flexibility in the age range: young people can join from age 13½ but cannot move to Scout Network until 18. Young people must... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Mixed Martial Arts
This class is designed for children aged 6 to 12 years old. Building confidence and strength. Learning self defence and conflict resolution strategies while getting fit in a fun and safe environment. Please aim to arrive 5 or 10 minutes when attending your first session.

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Mixed Martial Arts
Krav Maga classesBoth for kids and Adults Krav Maga / self defence.

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Mixed Martial Arts
Various speciality Hiit (High Impact Interval Training) Perfect for everyone wanting to achieve their goals. Like minded people In a fun and safe environment. Suitable

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Mixed Martial Arts
Family freestyle Kickboxing , pads and gloves aged 7 years and above.

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Mixed Martial Arts
This class is designed for children aged 6 to 12 years old. Building confidence and strength. Learning self defence and conflict resolution strategies.

Hosted by: KMMA Freestyle Mixed Martial Arts
Introduction to Martial arts . 7 to 12 years old.

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: 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: Tameside Basketball Club
Training sessions Monday, Wednesday & Thursday. Match days Saturday.

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-under-Lyne.

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. Based in Ashton-under-Lyne.

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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

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: The Chinwags
We aim to provide a safe, non-threatening and flexible environment for people to develop their confidence, self-esteem, communication skills and friendship network; where they cab offer and receive support and share information. Main beneficiaries are seen primarily as people who experience social... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 1st Denton St Lawrence Scout Group
Explorer Units are the fourth Section of the Scouting family after Beavers, Cubs and Scouts. Explorer Scouts are young people aged between 14 and 18 years old. There is flexibility in the age range: young people can join from age 13½ but cannot move to Scout Network until 18. Young people must... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 1st Denton St Lawrence Scout Group
Cubs are an age-based section of The Scout Association for young boys and girls ages 8 to 10½. This section follows on from the Beaver Scouts (6-8 year olds) and Cubs will move on to Scouts at the age of 10½. The section originally opened as Wolf Cubs in 1916.

Hosted by: 1st Denton St Lawrence Scout Group
'Scouting has given me a fantastic opportunity to do lots of activities and things that people who are not in Scouts don’t get to do. It’s about having fun with good friends.’

Hosted by: Droylsden Life Saving Club
We are a Voluntary organisation and members of and affiliated to the Royal Life Saving Society (RLSS) Our aim is to train individuals in the skills and techniques of Lifesaving, Lifeguarding and CPR, provide each individual with the opportunity to acquire one of the skills for life. Encourage those... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Droylsden Flying Club (Pigeons)
Friday race night- club members coming together for a flight night. 70p per Pigeons April- September

Hosted by: Friends of Waterloo Park
People can come along to have a chat about future horticultural based activities. It could be that you have growing, planting, landscaping skills or you just like to be outdoors! Anyone over the age 18+ can get involved in gardening. We are always looking for new volunteers and people to get... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Friends of Waterloo Park
Tea and Tech sessions for people over the age of 50. Feel more confident using your smart phone, laptop or tablet. Bring your device along, have a brew and a chat and we will show you how to use it!

Hosted by: Friends of Waterloo Park
There is lots of nattering as well as knitting. Open to anyone in the community that would like to knit over a cup of tea and have a chat. Come along and show us your knitting skills.

Hosted by: Friends of Waterloo Park
We meet up once a month to share what's going on locally especially in Ashton Waterloo. The Waterloo Community Forum is open to any voluntary and community groups, and local residents. Collectively we organise events and activities at the park. We have local Councillors, TMBC staff, Police and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Art classes are run twice a week in the Lounge. Sessions cost only £2.50 and all levels and abilities are welcome. This is a self taught drop in group, you will need to bring own resources but there is access to a sink and other lovely participants to encourage and share your work with. Tea, coffee... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Our bowling and social club play crown green bowls starting form the first week in April. The bowling social club runs events throughout the year at the club house and also has darts, cards and a snooker table. There is a £10 a year bowling membership but all are welcome to turn up to join in.

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Dancing For Fun

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Drama

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Gentle Exercise - Meeting on a Monday 10-11am in the Ballroom this is a teacher led limited mobility, chair based exercise class. The sessions aim to help participants to improve their level of stamina and fitness helping them to remain active and supple. No pre booking needed, please just turn up... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Hatha Yoga helps to increase flexibility, improving posture, circulation and well-being. Yoga includes the practice of asanas (yoga postures) and pranayama (breathing exercises). Classes cost £2.50 and run on a Monday 1:30-2:30pm, Tues 2-3pm and on a Thursday 5:45-6:45pm in the Ballroom. All levels... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Let's Sing Academy @ Ryecroft Hall on Thursdays Fun vocal group for young singers Variety of music: current pop hits, Disney, musicals, etc. Work on building confidence and developing vocal technique in a safe and fun way Opportunities for performance Our open sessions (6th & 13th September)... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
We have seven teacher led line dancing classes available at Ryecroft Hall. Our beginners group is in the Banquet room at 10-12pm on a Monday for those with an interest but little experience. For those that are more familiar with line dancing we have sessions in the Ballroom

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Modern sequence dancing is one of the most popular forms of social dancing for all ages, good music, friendly company and of course dancing! In this weekly teacher led class there is no need to have a partner, simply turn up and enjoy yourself. Offering four classes a week at the following times:

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Baby and toddler groups are a great place to meet other parents with children your child’s age, and your child can start to make new friends too. Our group provides a great play opportunity and a chance for parents/carers to make new friends too. No need to book, just turn up and make use of the... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
This is a group led, sewing, knitting and crochet craft group meet on a Monday in the Lounge 1-4pm. Bring along your current project and natter away in this friendly environment! Tea, coffee and biscuits are all covered in the £2.50 session cost.

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Tap Dancing

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Our lovely tea room serves light lunches, desserts, drinks and snacks from 12-2pm every Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. On a Wednesday we serve a delicious afternoon tea including a selection of freshly made sandwiches, cakes and clotted cream scones

Hosted by: Ryecroft Hall Community Association
Zumba Gold is perfect for active older adults who are looking for a modified Zumba class that recreates the original moves you love at a lower-intensity. The design of the class introduces easy-to-follow Zumba choreography that focuses on balance, range of motion and coordination. This teacher led... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Stroke Association Tameside and Glossop
A group for stroke survivors to meet other stroke survivors. We do arts, crafts, quizzes, gardening and have guest speakers. Please contact us for more information.

Hosted by: Stroke Association Tameside and Glossop
A group for carers that look after stroke survivors to meet other carers. We have guest speakers and holistic therapy taster sessions. Please contact us for more information.

Hosted by: Stroke Association Tameside and Glossop
Volunteer group in partnership with Friends of Catch Nature Angling Club in Denton. Please contact us for more information.

Hosted by: Stroke Association Tameside and Glossop
Communication support group for stroke survivors with aphasia. Eight workshops to help build confidence in communication following stroke. We meet at Loxley House in Dukinfield. Please contact us for more information on the next available sessions.

Hosted by: ReCreate
ReCreate- We are a group of friendly, creative people who share skills and get involved with local community projects. We like to upcycle, recycle and create new pieces. Everyone is welcome, no previous experience needed. Join us for a cuppa.

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

Hosted by: Operation Farm
The allotment is open to volunteers over the age of 55 from Hyde. We grow veg and fruit, do cooking sessions, training courses around pruning, visit other organisations through trips out and events at the park including the wider community.

Hosted by: Bradley Green Community Social Club-Bingo Group
The Bingo Club is part of the Bradley Green Community Centre Social Club. We meet once week to play bingo. We are right in the centre of the Bradley Green Community and have over 20 members. The majority of our members live locally and the majority of our members are aged 70 plus. During the... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hattersley & Mottram Community Forum Association
Teacher lead line dancing for over 50s. Friendly and sociable group of mainly women. Dancing is for all abilities, from beginners to more experienced dancers, with additional support from teacher if needed. This takes place every Monday at the Hub in Hattersley and is £2 per session.

Hosted by: Hattersley & Mottram Community Forum Association
Light exercise for women, teacher lead sessions. Friendly group, all ages welcome. £2.00 per session Wednesdays 12.00 to 13.00 at the community hub in Hattersley.

Hosted by: Hattersley & Mottram Community Forum Association
Group of friendly women who get together to enjoy a few games of curling. We meet on Wednesdays 11.00 to 12.00 ay the community hub in Hattersley, and it's £1 per session.

Hosted by: Hattersley & Mottram Community Forum Association
A friendly all ladies yoga group, for beginners as well as more experienced ladies. We do relaxation, light stretches, and mindfulness. Please wear loose fitting clothes and feel free to bring your own yoga mat if you have one, although we got a few spare ones. The session is teacher lead and takes... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hattersley & Mottram Community Forum Association
Over 50s IT class which is suitable for all levels, especially beginners who need support in how to use IT. We cover basics such as, getting online, using word, creating an email account and more. The sessions take place on Wednesdays from 13.00 to 15.00 at the IT suite at the community hub in... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hattersley & Mottram Community Forum Association
Teacher lead, dancing. We cover a variety of different styles, such as, ballroom dancing, line dancing, sequence dancing amongst a few others. It's for all levels and you can come on your own as everyone dances with everyone. We dance every Thursday from 13.00 to 15.00 and takes place at the... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hattersley & Mottram Community Forum Association
Over 60s only. A group of friendly people that get together to play Bowls. Sessions are volunteer lead. Currently running at capacity, please give the Hub a ring and ask to speak to Shnatel to find out if there’s space. Sessions run twice per week at the community hub in Hattersley, on a Monday and... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Hattersley & Mottram Community Forum Association
A group of like-minded men, who get together to play cards, pool, darts, and have a general chinwag. It's open for men of all ages (18+) and it’s to have a break from the wives! We meet every Monday from 10am to 12pm at the community hub in Hattersley, it's £2 per session.

Hosted by: Casaba carnival arts
Cabasa Carnival Arts is the North West’s leading carnival arts organisation, producing large scale, spectacular outdoor work, which keeps the community at its heart. Based in Manchester, Cabasa has been delivering high-quality carnival creations to the North-West for the past 5 years, providing a... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Cascade Baby Bundles CIO
We meet three times per week where you can help out in various ways as there's always lots to do. You can stay for one hour or as long as you want. Some of the jobs you can pick to do are; clean and make safety checks on our baby equipment, for example, prams, buggies, high chairs, etc. Clean and... [READ MORE]

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. We are based in Stalybridge.

Hosted by: St George's Church Bell Restoration Appeal
We ring eight very unique bells, cast by Taylor's of Loughborough. They are the last remaining bells ringing in Hyde and one of only four sets ringing in Tameside. Ringers range in age from 14 to 84 and we meet twice a week, Monday evenings for practice and Sundays for service. We are a... [READ MORE]

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: 4th Denton (St Annes) Scout Group
Beavers are our youngest members, and generally meet for an hour per week. They enjoy all that Scouting has to offer; being introduced to outdoor activities, having the opportunity to be creative, explore their local community and experience the excitement of a Beaver Scout sleepover with their... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 4th Denton (St Annes) Scout Group
Cubs, excitement and adventure are key. Their programme offers a huge variety of activities surrounding areas of fitness, global and beliefs; whilst allowing them to be creative and get involved in their local communities. Cubs are introduced to exciting outdoor skills and take part in adventurous... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 4th Denton (St Annes) Scout Group
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.

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 the church volunteers. We envisage linking with other groups to use the building more in the community.

Hosted by: Emmaus Mossley
We have a huge secondhand superstore at Longlands Mill in Mossley. Pop in and grab a bargain. When you visit our ‘second-hand superstore’ in Mossley, you will find two large floors packed with pre-loved items for sale.

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: Carmel Christian Centre
We have a vibrant youth group that meets together every fortnight. It is a fun learning environment where we value relationships and encourage one another to be the beset we can be.

Hosted by: Carmel Christian Centre
More than just Coffee...team of trained volunteers will endeavour to make your experience an enjoyable relaxing and helpful one. Everyone is welcome, come and try our selection of affordable food. We have a designated "chatter" table for those who would benefit from having a chat.

Hosted by: Carmel Christian Centre
A friendly group run by volunteers, welcoming gall from birth to 5 years to enjoy our playtime, crafts, story time and song time. Free tea and toast for parents, snacks for children available at a small charge.

Hosted by: Tameside Health Walks
A short easy walk aimed at encouraging people to become more active and designed to be achievable even by those who would not consider themselves fit.

Hosted by: Tameside Health Walks
A short, easy walk encouraging people to become more active and designed to be achievable even by those who would not consider themselves fit.

Hosted by: Tameside Health Walks
A short easy walk aimed at encouraging people to become more active and designed to be more achievable even by those who would not consider themselves as fit. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: Tameside Health Walks
A short easy walk aimed at encouraging people to become more active and designed to be achievable even by those who would not consider themselves fit. It starts from from Active Medlock in Droylsden with a stop for coffee at the Daisy Nook Activity Centre durng the walk.

Hosted by: St Peter's Community Gathering
We meet up once a month to share what's going on locally especially in the St Peter's ward (Ashton-under-Lyne). The gathering is open to any voluntary and community groups, and local residents. Collectively we organise events and have over the last couple of years have organised a Senior Citizen... [READ MORE]

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: 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 and 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 struggling... [READ MORE]

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

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

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: Knit and Natter (Ashton Library)
We are Knit and Natter group for people who already have an interest in knitting or would like to learn. We teach complete beginners how to knit and the beauty of the group is that people who come to the group also teach each other. Throughout the year we organise events and parties for everyone to... [READ MORE]

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

Hosted by: 2nd/1st Hurst 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
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
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: 2nd/1st Hurst Scouts
Scouting for young boys and girls 6-18 years. Volunteering for adults over 18 years in leadership and management.

Hosted by: Stalybridge Celtic Foundation
Walking Football Session for Male and Female players 50+ years old – No Running, Non-Contact, no overhead height Friendly and welcoming sessions with a bit of light hearted banter thrown in for good measure. First Session is Free, then 3.00 per person per session thereafter. (Stalybridge)

Hosted by: Stalybridge Celtic Foundation
We run three Adult PAN-Disability Teams (Stalybridge Celtic Blues, Stalybridge Celtic Whites and Stalybridge Celtic AFG) who training once a week and play in the Cheshire East Ability Counts League once a month in Stockport. First Session is Free, then1.00 per person per session thereafter

Hosted by: Stalybridge Celtic Foundation
Walking Football Session for Male and Female players 50+ years old – No Running, Non-Contact, no overhead height Friendly and welcoming sessions with a bit of light hearted banter thrown in for good measure. First session is Free, then £3.00 per person per session thereafter.

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: 1st Dane Bank Scout Group
The Beaver Colony is the first and youngest section of the Scout Group. Beaver Scouts are young people aged between 6 and 8 years old. There is core flexibility in the age range: young people can join from age 5¾, and can move to Cubs between age 7½ and 8½. It may sometimes be appropriate to... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 1st Dane Bank Scout Group
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. There is core flexibility in the age range: young people can join from age 7½ and can move to Scouts between age 10 and 11. It may sometimes be appropriate to... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 1st Dane Bank Scout Group
The Scout Troop is the third section in the Scout Group, above Beavers and Cubs. The Scout Section is for young people aged between 10½ and 14 years. There is core flexibility in the age range: young people can join from age 10, and can move to Explorers between age 13½ and 14½. It may sometimes... [READ MORE]

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: Denton Medical Health Champions

Hosted by: Denton West TLSNA
Denton Community Centre sterling group meeting.

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

Hosted by: Medlock Football Tennis Club
For over 55's. Two teams play over a net, following rules of tennis.

Hosted by: West End Tiny Tots group
We are offering a safe place for children of all ages to play and socialise whilst their carers relax over a brew. We provide all equipment, toys and activities plus refreshments for just £2 per adult (first session is free). All the resources and activities are based on the Early Years Foundation... [READ MORE]

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. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: Footytotz Tameside
Footytotz™ delivers a structured early-years play programme for children aged 18 months to five years old. It is designed to develop children's motor skills, balance, co-ordination and agility. The Footytotz™ programme is a proven way of developing a child's self-confidence and independence.

Hosted by: Footytotz Tameside

Hosted by: Footytotz Tameside
Footytotz™ delivers a structured early-years play programme for children aged 18 months to five years old. It is designed to develop children's motor skills, balance, co-ordination and agility. The Footytotz™ programme is a proven way of developing a child's self-confidence and independence.

Hosted by: Footytotz Tameside
Footytotz™ delivers a structured early-years play programme for children aged 18 months to five years old. It is designed to develop children's motor skills, balance, co-ordination and agility. The Footytotz™ programme is a proven way of developing a child's self-confidence and independence.

Hosted by: 250th Manchester (St. Mary's) Scout Group
Beavers, is the youngest section of Scouting operated by The Scout Association in the United Kingdom. The core age range for Beaver Scouts is six to eight years, though exceptions can be granted. Individual sections of Beaver Scouts, known as a Colony, are run by the local Scout Group.

Hosted by: 250th Manchester (St. Mary's) Scout Group
Cubs are an age-based section of The Scout Association for young boys and girls ages 8 to 10½. This section follows on from the Beaver Scouts (6-8 year olds) and Cubs will move on to Scouts at the age of 10½. The section originally opened as Wolf Cubs in 1916.

Hosted by: 250th Manchester (St. Mary's) Scout Group
Scouting has given me a fantastic opportunity to do lots of activities and things that people who are not in Scouts don’t get to do. It’s about having fun with good friends.

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

Hosted by: Flagship Fitness Ltd
Zumba is a popular fitness program inspired by Latin dance. Zumba is a registered trademark for the dance classes developed by Alberto "Beto" Perez, a Colombian dancer and choreographer, as a way to turn a fitness class into a dance party.

Hosted by: Flagship Fitness Ltd
Zumba is a popular fitness program inspired by Latin dance. Zumba is a registered trademark for the dance classes developed by Alberto "Beto" Perez, a Colombian dancer and choreographer, as a way to turn a fitness class into a dance party.

Hosted by: Neonatal Knitters
We knit, crochet, and sew for the neonatal units of Tameside General Hospital, St Mary's Hospital and Royal Oldham Hospital. We also give packages to community babies that are born. We do presentations to others groups regarding our activities. We also showcase our work to others within the... [READ MORE]

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

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

Hosted by: Fairfield Junior Youth Club
Junior Youth Club. We engage the local youth of Droylsden in to a social, fun and sports session on a weekly

Hosted by: Droylsden Amateur Boxing Club
Anybody interested in taking up the fine art of boxing, you're more than welcome to come down to the club house and speak to our resident Instructor.

Hosted by: 1st Haughton Green Scout Group
Beavers are our youngest members, and generally meet for an hour per week. They enjoy all that Scouting has to offer; being introduced to outdoor activities, having the opportunity to be creative, explore their local community and experience the excitement of a Beaver Scout sleepover with their... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: 1st Haughton Green Scout Group
Cubs are an age-based section of The Scout Association for young boys and girls ages 8 to 10½. This section follows on from the Beaver Scouts (6-8 year olds) and Cubs will move on to Scouts at the age of 10½. The section originally opened as Wolf Cubs in 1916.

Hosted by: 1st Haughton Green Scout Group
'Scouting has given me a fantastic opportunity to do lots of activities and things that people who are not in Scouts don’t get to do. It’s about having fun with good friends.’

Hosted by: Hurst Angling Society
We have open fishing matches on a Friday open to members and non members. This is for more experienced fisher who already know how to fish. We only have toilet facilities available for female fishers. Senior member can bring children who are 14 years and above. People who want to get involved just... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Crafty Spooners
Crafty Spooners is open to everybody who wants to come along to the group to have a chat and a coffee. Within the group people bring their own activity to complete and share with others. This can include knitting, drawing, crochet etc etc....

Hosted by: Droylsden Youth Centre
These are groups run by and for parents and volunteers with young children. They are open twice a week for twos hours a session to give parents the opportunity to meet with other parents and their children. They are open to children up to 5 years of age.

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

Hosted by: Tameside Disabled Swimming Club

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: foodbank charity
Foodbank; providing 3 days emergency food for people in crisis from sites in Stalybridge, Dukinfield and Ashton-under-Lyne. Clients are referred by local statutory and voluntary agencies.

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: Abney Orchestra
Abney Orchestra is a fun, friendly, community orchestra, playing light classics and popular film music. We are always looking for new members - no auditions - all ages and abilities welcome. Come and join our rehearsal.

Hosted by: Ashton Spiritualist Church
Spiritual healing in a relaxed atmosphere and with music. Open to anybody. Donations are welcome.

Hosted by: Ashton Spiritualist Church
Themes activities for children and young people such as gardening and raising money for the homeless.

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: Diversity Matters North West
Drop in to ask questions about a variety of things including: Benefits and how to complete a claim, Support on short forms e.g. bus passes, school meals etc, Access to local services, Support on understanding letters and other questions you may have. After the initial 10-15 minute drop in triage... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: New Hope Ashton
New Hope Men's Group meet every Wednesday at the Church of the Nazarene. We offer games, pool, table tennis and something to eat. (Ashton-under-Lyne)

Hosted by: St Gabriel's Church
We are a Place of Welcome where everyone feels safe to belong, connect and contribute. A place for people to go for conversation and a cup of tea if and when you need it. Everyone is welcome.

Hosted by: Talk Listen Change (TLC) (Jigsaw Homes Group Ltd)
Everyone affected by domestic violence in Oldham, Rochdale and Tameside.

Hosted by: Time to Talk
A social drop in at Gee X Community Centre that takes place the first Tuesday of the month. We run different activities such as, quizzes, games, small arts and craft projects and visiting speakers. We can offer a quiet space for a one-to-one chat. We meet on the first Tuesday of every month, 10am... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Time to Talk
A friendly drop-in at a social space setting in a cafe. Come along for a chat and to meet new people and to be linked in with other social activities in the area. This group welcomes and encourage those who are feeling isolated, or are in need of someone to be with because of difficulties in their... [READ MORE]

Hosted by: Tameside Youth Service
Come and learn new multimedia music skills at our drop in session. 8-19 years old.