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PILATES

Small, friendly, therapy based classes taught by a Chartered State Registered Physiotherapist and fully qualified Pilates Instructor with the APPI.

Mondays (Main Hall)

9:30am
10:45am
12:00pm - seated class

Thursdays (Main Hall)

9:30am

10:40am

11:50am - seated class COMING SOON

6:15pm

7:30pm

Contact Sue Bratton for more information or the book a place 07974 343609
 

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SHORT MAT BOWLS

Short mat bowls is an indoor sport in which players attempt to score points by rolling a heavy ball along a fairly flat mat, to gain as many shots as possible by getting their bowls nearer to the jack than their opponents, and so outscore them.

 

One on our most longstanding groups, Lower Broadheath Short Mat Bowls meet weekly on Thursdays in the Main Hall between 2pm - 4pm

Contact Mike Beard for more information 01905 640139

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SWEATY MAMA

Sweaty Mama is a unique and effective way to exercise with your child - no need to organise childcare! A fab, fun workout to upbeat music both you and your child will love! Rachel is a pre and post natal fitness specialist, running classes for all fitness abilities every Friday 10.30am - 11.30am in the Main Hall. A great way to bond with your baby, toddler or preschooler while enjoying some exercise!

Contact Rachel Aslam on 07715690423 for more info!

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GARDENING CLUB

The Lower Broadheath Gardening Society usually meets in the main hall at 7.30pm on the last Tuesday of the month. Annual membership is £10 with visitor tickets available for £3. The gardening club hosts a range of guest speakers throughout the year, as well as holding Annual Spring and Autumn shows with afternoon teas.​

Contact Chairman Graham Hill on 01905 333547 for more information.

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PK YOGA

A flowing yoga practice using rhythmic breathing to support the movements and calm the mind. Suitable for all levels of ability, men and women, young and old.

Class starts at 7pm every Tuesday, followed by tea, hot chocolate or coffee (there may even be biscuits!)

Come along, get a little zen in your life and and make friends.

Mats provided, you just need comfy clothes and a bottle of water. Book here.

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WEST MIDLAND BELL ENSEMBLE

The West Midland Sunday Five-Octave Workshop meets on the first Sunday of the month in the Large Hall from 10.30am - 4pm. The current repertoire covers early classical to modern, written and arranged by leading arrangers in the handbell playing world. Anyone who wants the challenge of playing at this scale is welcome. There is no audition process; all you need is a desire to have fun, work hard and make progress.

For more information contact Richard Hartnell on 0121 526 4140 or via email.

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BROADHEATH WITH RUSHWICK WI

A group of wonderful women who love to laugh, learn and have great fun! If a daytime meeting suits you, come and find out why Broadheath with Rushwick WI were one of Worcestershire's fastest growing groups of 2017. The group meets on the second Wednesday of the month (except August) between 10.30am - 12.30pm in the small hall. Email 

broadheathwithrushwickWI@gmail.com for the latest arrangements. 

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BROADHEATH COMMUNITY
DANCE GROUP (55+)

Learning dances in a variety of styles & tempos to a range of music from past and present offers a friendly, feel-good and expressive way for women and men over the age of 55 to stay healthy and have fun. Come and join in - no partner or experience necessary!​ Fridays during term time 1pm-2pm. Contact Marie Oldaker to book 07855595287

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COFFEE AND CHAT

On the third Tuesday of every month, you are invited to pop along to the small hall between 10am and 12noon for a free hot drink and some friendly company!

You are more than welcome to bring children and dogs along with you too. No need to book, just come through the side entrance and say hello!

Organised by the West Worcester Beacon 

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WEAVERS, SPINNERS & DYERS

On the second Saturday of every month, the Worcestershire Guild of Weavers, Spinners & Dyers meet in the Large Hall from 10am - 4pm. Visitors are always most welcome and may attend one DIY meeting free of charge and a second at a cost of £3 before making a commitment to join the Guild. 

Tea, coffee and biscuits are available, for which a £2 donation is appreciated and members bring a packed lunch. 

Visit our website for more information.

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WORCESTER CHRYSANTHEMUM & DAHLIA SOCIETY

The Worcester & District Chrysanthemum and Dahlia Society are a small group of enthusiastic growers and exhibitors of flowers and vegetables. Membership to the Society is open to all, both novice and experienced gardeners, our aim is to share knowledge of growing and exhibiting flowers and vegetables. Groups meet in the Small Hall - contact Robin Pearce on 01905 640977 or email for our meeting schedule.

REGULAR ACTIVITIES

BABIES AND TODDLERS

Lower Broadheath Baby & Toddler group runs every Wednesday during term time from 10am - 11.30am. Entrance fee is £3.50 for one adult and child (plus 50p for each additional adult/child) which includes hot drinks for adults, squash & biscuits for children and quite often a craft item to take home too! Plenty of toys, books, ride-ons and play equipment, plus a baby area for the really little ones. The craft table and tuff tray offer opportunities for sensory & messy play, and sessions always finish with a sing along! For more information join the Facebook Group

RAINBOWS & BROWNIES

​Rainbows is exciting, messy, friendly and a lot of fun! Suitable for girls age 4-7, they learn by getting their hands dirty, doing sports, arts and crafts and playing games. Brownies is an adventurous journey that girls age 7-10 take with their friends as they discover the world around them. Brownies work on earning badges, learning new skills, playing games and developing new friendships. 

Rainbows and Brownies meet on Wednesday evenings, 5pm - 7.30pm

Contact Angi Stones for more information

07561 573544

ORIGIN ARTS CLASS

​Long established art class suitable for all abilities. Beginner - advanced, all levels nurtured professionally by qualified teacher and exhibiting artist Becky Newell. Classes run in the small hall on Mondays from 10am - 12pm during term times. For more information contact Becky on 07971607415 or beckynewellart@gmail.com

FIT CLUB

An indoor fun and friendly fitness class for any age and ability. 30 minute work out to music run by trained Bootcamp instructor Jess Dewey. Every Monday in the Main Hall between 6.15pm - 6.45pm.

£3 a session, just bring a mat and a water bottle! Message Jess to secure your spot 07920525676

FUTURE HOPES

Join us for a healthier you - opportunities for adults with learning disabilities! Running every Tuesday in the Main Hall from 9.30am-2.30pm. Activities include dance, movement, sports, walking, games, gardening, arts & crafts, music & karaoke, cookery classes and a monthly friends and family cafe.

Contact Justine on 0772993446 or email for more information

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