What’s on – Events – Things to do and see in Aldridge & Streetly

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This is the place to add or read information about all the events and things to do in Aldridge and Streetly area ranging from local Groups and Clubs who meet regular, to the single 1 off event.

All details are Free to add and free to the local community to read here !

Each new entry added will be checked and approved to make sure it accurate and appropriate for the community to read, so don’t worry if it does not appear on the website immediately !

You will also find all REGULAR events and meetings are maintained on the Aldridge and Streetly websites respectively, which can be viewed via the following page links:

REGULAR   Events in Aldridge

REGULAR   Events in Streetly

Businesses in Aldridge & Streetly are not left out of this free publicity, they are welcome to add their details and any News or Announcements on:

Aldridge & Streetly Business Directory & News

Thanks very much Alan

63 Responses to “What’s on – Events – Things to do and see in Aldridge & Streetly”

  1. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Fitness programme for people with diabetes and other health conditions
    Walsall Council’s Health and Fitness team is delivering a number of weekly sessions for people who have diabetes.

    The programme is called PACE and is a community based programme that aims to provide opportunities for people who have diabetes to become more physically active in a safe environment.

    The aim is to provide regular sessions to enable clients to increase their levels of physical activity in order to benefit their health and either help reduce or manage their condition.

    Sessions are currently taking place locally for Aldridge and Streetly area residents at Oak Park Leisure Centre.

    Please contact the Time to Change team for an appointment and further information on 01922 658080 or email sportsdev@walsall.gov.uk

  2. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Walk On sessions in Aldridge area, take part in Walsall Council-organised walks.

    Scores of people take part in the Walk On sessions which are designed to allow people to walk, explore and meet new friends.

    2 Events take place in Aldridge area making it as easy as possible for people to sign up.

    On Tuesdays, a three mile walk takes place lasting 90 minutes with starts at Aldridge library, Rookery Lane with a 10.30am start.

    On Wednesday, Aldridge Airport, off Bosty Lane plays host to a two hour ramble from 10.30am with the meeting point the Low Hanger car park.

    Walkers are asked to prepare for wet weather, bring stout shoes or trainers and wear suitable clothing and bring a drink.

    For more information log on at http://tinyurl.com/walsallwalkon or call 01922 658080.

  3. aldridgewebsite Says:

    ALDRIDGE VILLAGE BUSINESS PARTNERSHIP
    5.45pm on Wednesday 6 Feb 2013
    The Crown

    AGENDA

    1. Introductions and Apologies

    2. Minutes of the Previous Meeting

    3. Matters Arising

    4. Business Support and Partnership Development

    5. Crime / Community Safety Issues

    6. Aldridge in Bloom / Environmental Issues

    7. Events and Marketing

    8. Regeneration Projects

    9. Any Other Business

    10. 2013 Meetings

  4. aldridgewebsite Says:

    The next Streetly Networking Meeting is:

    Thursday, 7th March

    6pm at Streetly Academy, Queslett Rd East, B74 2EX.

    for more information contact:

    John Morris

    Area Manager

    Tel: 01922 653711

    Mobile: 07852 421421

    Communities & Partnerships

    Walsall Council

    Civic Centre – 2nd Floor

    Darwall Street

    Walsall WS1 1TP

  5. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Free Event…Family Roxy Story Time and Craft Afternoon at Streetly Library on Saturday, 9th February 2.30-3.30pm.

    Please note that booking is essential
    call 0121 353 3121 to book your place.

  6. aldridgewebsite Says:

    The Latest music CDs are now available to loan at Aldridge library

    Aldridge library loan out music CDs for 4 weeks for a charge of 70p (35p for 13-17 and 60+).

    For many years, a holdback period has been imposed on libraries, so that new releases were not available to the public for 3 months after release. This holdback has now been removed for a trial period and customers will be able to loan the CDs immediately they come into stock.

  7. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Tuesday afternoon walks in the park

    Date Starting Point Walk Location

    5/2/13 Co-op, Chester Road, near Bridle Lane Sutton Park

    12/2/13 Parson and Clerk, Chester Road Sutton Park and annual meal

    19/2/13 Streetly Community Centre, Foley Road East Sutton Park

    26/2/13 Parson and Clerk, Chester Road Sutton Park path walk

    5/3/13 Co-op, Chester Road, near Bridle Lane Sutton Park

    12/3/13 Parson and Clerk, Chester Road Sutton Park

    19/3/13 Streetly Community Centre, Foley Road East Sutton Park

    26/3/13 Parson and Clerk, Chester Road Sutton Park path walk

    2/4/13 Co-op, Chester Road, near Bridle Lane Sutton Park

    9/4/13 Parson and Clerk, Chester Road Sutton Park

    16/4/13 Streetly Community Centre, Foley Road East Sutton Park

    Please note: the annual meal will be on February 12th. On this day only the walk will commence at 11am prompt, followed by the meal in the Parson and Clerk at 12.30pm.

    All other walks start at 2.15pm – they are suitable for mixed age and ability and last around 60-90 minutes. You can walk at your own pace and no-one is left behind. Please bring your mobile phone in case of any emergency. If it is raining heavily, or is dangerous underfoot (i.e. ice or snow) then the walk will not take place. For all enquiries please call 0121 353 0666 or 0121 353 4751.

    Copies of the walk plans can be obtained from Blackwood Road Library.

  8. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Streetly Local History Group – Forthcoming Events

    The next meeting will be held on:-

    · Wednesday, 27th February at All Saints Church Hall, Foley Road East, Streetly

    o From 7.00pm – 9.00pm

    o The “Bournville Carillon” by Arthur Casey

    o Admission is £2.00 including refreshments. Disabled facilities and parking available.

    · Wednesday, 27th March at All Saints Church Hall, Foley Road East, Streetly

    o From 7.00pm – 9.00pm

    o By popular request – a fun evening of songs and stories of Birmingham in the 50s and 60s and the welcome return of Laurie Hornsby – former member of Birmingham’s Raymond Froggatt Band, author of “Birmingham Rocked” and co-writer of “Wallop Mrs. Cox”, a musical about a family of Bull Ring market traders

    o Admission is £2.00 including refreshments. Disabled facilities and parking available.

  9. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Streetly Philatelic Society

    ANNUAL STAMP FAIR

    will be on Saturday 2nd March 2013

    10.00am to 4.00pm

    at

    Collingwood Centre

    Collingwood Drive

    Pheasey

    Birmingham B43

  10. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Half term holiday playscheme (18th – 22nd Feb) from Leighswood Children’s Centre in Aldridge
    Please call 01922 457186 for further information.

    We still have places available on the Holiday Playscheme which runs Mon 18th – Fr1 22nd from 8am – 6pm

    Please telephone or come into the centre to book a place – limited numbers still available.

    Regards

    Leighswood Children’s Centre

  11. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Events at All Saints Church, Foley Road East, Streetly:-

    · Tuesday, 12th February – BEETLE DRIVE

    o Commencing at 7.00pm

    o Includes fish ‘n’ chip supper

    o Caller – Sue Lloyd

    o Tickets are £6.00 / under 14’s £4.00

    o Tickets available from church office – 0121 353 3582

    · Thursday, 14th February – MESSY CHURCH

    o 3.30pm – 5.30pm

    o Enjoy fun, art, games, music and activities

    o This is a family time, all children must come with an adult

    o Short service of Worship and Prayer followed by food and refreshment

  12. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Question Time – Tuesday, 5th February – 6-8pm – Aldridge Youth Theatre

    Are you a local resident, community group or business? Do you want to learn more about Community Safety in your area? Do you have any concerns at all about the area where you live?

    Aldridge and Beacon Area Partnership invites the communities of Aldridge, Walsall Wood, Pheasey and Streetly to an event where they can meet and directly ask senior managers from Walsall Council, West Midlands Fire Service, West Midlands Police, NHS Walsall and Social Landlord(s) any questions they have about community safety or anti-social behaviour. Local councillors will also be available to meet residents and discuss any issues or concerns.

    5 February 2013 at Aldridge Youth Theatre Noddy Park Road, Aldridge

    17.30 Doors Open

    18.00 Community Meeting Begins

    18.15 Question Time Session

    20.00 Event Closes

    Refreshments will be provided with the compliments of Aldridge and Beacon Area Partnership and Safer Walsall Partnership.

  13. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Could you lend a hand at Walsall Wood Library?

    Walsall Wood library would like to invite local volunteers to assist library staff to develop extra activities in libraries.

    Volunteer opportunities are available at the library include organising a monthly reading group , which involves consulting people with what they would like from the group and publicising the group to the local community.

    Volunteers could also assist library staff in running children’s activities, while encouraging children and parents to use libraries and read books.

    Computer buddies are also needed to give one to one help to members of the public in basic computer skills and volunteers are also required to assist library staff in organising a Chatterbook group to encourage older children to enjoy the love of reading and to use the library more often.

    All volunteers will be given training and be assisted by library staff.

    “Paid library staff do a great job in providing a range of local library services which impacts all communities and volunteering gives members of the public opportunity to make this great service even better,” he added.

    To apply for a volunteer position contact Walsall Wood Library Tel 01922 655572 or e-mail infoexpress @walsall.gov.uk Closing date for applications is 16th February.

  14. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Events at Blackwood Methodist Church in February and March 2013

    PANCAKE MORNING

    Saturday 16th February from 10.30 to 12 noon.

    at Blackwood Methodist Church, Blackwood Road

    There will be pancakes, coffee and Pancake Races.

    This is for all ages – Everyone Welcome

    MESSY CHURCH

    Friday 15 March from 3.30 to 5.45pm

    at Blackwood Methodist Church, Blackwood Road

    Stories, activities and singing for children age 5 to 7

    accompanied by an adult please.

    Includes a cooked tea.

  15. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Welfare Changes Drop-in sessions.
    Are you concerned or confused by the new welfare and benefits changes that are coming in from April 2013 ?

    If you, or someone you know, is likely to be affected by these changes and you want to know more, then please attend a free of charge drop in session on Wednesday, 13th February at:-

    · Castlefort School – Castlefort Road, Walsall Wood WS9 9JP

    o Between 10am and 12 noon

    o You are welcome to drop-in, to register your attendance please call the school on 01543 452158

    · Walsall Wood Primary School – Brownhills Road, Walsall Wood WS8 7BP

    o Between 1pm and 3pm

    o You are welcome to drop-in, to register your attendance please call the school on 01543 452664

  16. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Streetly Horticultural Society events PROGRAMME 2013

    MEETINGS ARE HELD AT STREETLY COMMUNITY CENTRE

    FOLEY ROAD EAST, STREETLY 7.45 PM PROMPT

    5th February – Graham White – Creating an NGS Garden

    5th March – Marion Baxter – New Hall Mill

    Spring Bulb Competition

    2nd April – Justin Harrison – Spring Awakening

    7th May – Byron Lewis of G Scapes – A Plant Showcase

    4th June – Tony Newton – Four Seasons

    Single Rose Competition

    6th August – Stephen Ashpole – Garden Joys

    3rd September – Rob Davies – Deer on the Chase

    Competition – Five Pieces of Foliage from Member’s Own Garden

    1st October – Stephen Reynolds – Climate change – its affect on Pests

    and Diseases

    5th November – AGM and American Supper

    Photographic Competition

    3rd December – Peter Coxhead – Flowers of the Med

    ALL VISITORS MADE WELCOME

    Contact Number

    0121 353 1437

  17. Naomi Says:

    Celebrate National Libraries Day
    Sue Satterthwaite will be signing copies of “The Avion Aldridge”
    Saturday 9th February 2013
    11am -12noon
    at Aldridge Library, Rookery Lane, Aldridge
    The Avion tells the story of one of the most familiar buildings in Aldridge, a former cinema and bingo hall.
    Come along and discover what your local library has to offer.

  18. Naomi Says:

    Celebrate National Libraries Day
    Family Story Time and Craft Afternoon at Streetly Library
    Come and listen to stories read by Roxy the Dog
    ** support your local library**
    Saturday 9th February at 2.30pm
    Ideal for 3 to 7 year olds
    Booking essential – please call Streetly Children’s Centre on 0121 353 3121

  19. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Monthly ‘ We’ll Meet Again’ afternoon tea for the over 50s! At St Thomas church Fri 28th Dec. 1 til 3.

    Every last friday of the month.

    3.00 Admission inc all light refreshments and dj playing great music from the past!
    Come along and sing,dance or just chat,meet new and old friends and reminisce together!

    for more info contact Lisa 07758409923

  20. Hannah Krepski Says:

    Kids Let’s Dance – 18 months upwards*
    Starting Tuesday 8th Jan 2013, then every Tuesday 1.30-2.30pm at Streetly Childrens and Community Centre, Foley Road East (term-time only).

    Classes teach the early beginnings of dance to young children from 18 months upwards. Sessions use imagination by taking children on dance and movement adventures using stories, soft toys, stickers and lots of fun props, such as musical instruments, ribbons, hoops, the much-loved parachute and lots more.

    Classes in Jan are subsidised through the childrens centre so are FREE to attend. From Feb charges apply.

    Contact Hannah on hello@kidsletsdance.co.uk or 07821206487
    http://www.kidsletsdance.co.uk

    *Age range is given as a guide only

  21. Ladies Fitness Express Says:

    Ladies Only FULLY Equiped Gym with a wide range of equipment and classes available have a fabulous NEW YEAR, NEW YOU Offer!

    If your looking to start the New Year off on the right foot and finally achieve those New Years resolutions we all set ourselves, then look no further. Here at Ladies Fitness Express in Aldridge you will get weighed and measured, tailored programmes, Nurtitional Advice and all the help and motivation needed to get you feeling and looking great.

    So to help you get the New You, this New Year we’re offering NO JOINING FEE ( Saving you £30) PLUS a FREE Personal Training Session to put you through your paces and get those unwanted llbs and inches rid of!

    For more information or to talk to a member of the team, call us on 01922 744600. First Floor, 1 Rookery Lane, Aldridge, Walsall, WS9 8NN.

  22. Paul Hebdon Says:

    John Letters Golf Academy – Calderfields Golf & Country Club
    Golf Lessons for Christmas? 3 x 30 minutes only £50.00 – Gift Certificates are available in the Direct Golf UK shop. Tel: 01922 613675

  23. aldridgewebsite Says:

    PRESS RELEASE

    Aston Manor Road Transport Museum Ltd

    After an uncertain 12 months the Trustees of Aston Manor Road Transport Museum are pleased to announce they have been able to acquire a lease on new premises in Aldridge and are looking forward to re-opening early in the New Year.

    Thanks to Mike Cooper and Adrian Hipkins who, after reading about our plight in the Express and Star, came forward with an offer of a lease on their premises in Shenstone Drive, Aldridge.

    Both parties recognise the uncertainty of restarting a venture such as this in the current economic climate but it is hoped that with the continued local support the museum will be able to go from strength to strength.

    The Trustees are looking for volunteers to help create and staff the Museum when it opens to the public. While, volunteers with specialist skills are also needed to assist in the restoration of some of its vehicles anyone with time on their hands who feel they would like to contribute towards the project will be made more than welcome.

    The Museum would also welcome individuals, or local companies, sponsorship of either the museum or its exhibits.

    If you feel you can help the museum in anyway please contact us on 0121 308 0659 or 0121 308 4400

  24. Sally Rapson Says:

    Christmas Fair in Streetly, Sutton Coldfield.
    This is a new event organised this year in aid of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

    Perry Barr RGT ( Retired Greyhound Trust ) have been invited to bring some dogs along and run our own fund raising stall.

    Address is Burnett Road, Streetly SUTTON COLDFIELD, B74 3EJ. Just off Thornhill Rd near Streetly gate to Sutton Park.

    Event runs between 11am and 4pm.

    Anyone that can help out please contact Sally Rapson on 07837229205 or 0121 353 6204

  25. John Burns Says:

    CTC Walsall (formerly Walsall Cyclists Touring Club) meet most Sunday mornings outside the C+G in Anchor Road, Aldridge for a full or half day ride of betweeen 40 and 60 miles depending on time of year. The pace is easy with breaks for morning coffee, lunch and normally afternoon tea also. The route is always scenic with rides into Staffordshire, Shropshire, South Derbyshire etc. There is sometimes an off-road option also. For the full rides program visit the website or speak to John Burns on 0758 718 0437

  26. Aldridge Photographic Society Says:

    Aldridge Photographic Society –
    Tonight (29th Nov) Secrets of Southern India – Images and a talk by Andy Askey

    Thurs Dec 13th Ross MacKinlay – Astrophotography – Working in the Dark

    New members and visitors are welcome.
    http://aldridgeps.blogspot.co.uk/

  27. Wayne Langridge Says:

    Owen Motoring Club.
    We are a general motoring and motorsport club that is based in Aldridge. The club was formed in 1959 by employees of the Rubery Owen factories nearby, partially to support the BRM Formula 1 racing team and partially to organise local motoring events.
    Nowadays Owen MC organise a number of competitive events from fun club driving tests to rounds of British championships. We also have a very active classic car section that attends a number of shows every year including the prestigious Classic Motor Show at the NEC. We also run our very own classic car tour which is always popular.
    Owen Motoring Club meets every Wednesday evening from 9.00pm at Aldridge Social Club. Anyone interested in joining is welcome to come along for a chat no matter what their interest is as long as its to do with cars and motoring.
    http://www.owenmotoringclub.co.uk

    Many thanks

    Wayne Langridge
    c/o OMC

  28. Lindsey Smith Says:

    My name is Lindsey from the Anti Social Behaviour Unit. It is becoming more and more apparent that people do not always know where they can go to report issues of civil anti social behaviour (any case of asb that it non criminal) and I am trying to reach as wide an audience as possible to promote the Anti Social Behaviour Unit and services that it offers to the people of Aldridge and Streetly in Walsall.

    How to report Anti-Social Behaviour

    Telephone: 01922 648291

    Email: asb@walsall.gov.uk

    Texbox: 0845 111 3910

    In writing: Anti-Social Behaviour Unit, 1st Floor Challenge Building, Hatherton Road, Walsall, WS1 1YG

    All calls are treated in the strictest confidence

    Tenants of Registered Providers should report all ASB matters to their respective landlord

    ASB issues can also be reported to your local Neighbourhood Police Team on 101

    In the event of an emergency always dial 999

    Lindsey Smith

    ASB Reassurance Officer
    Public Safety
    1st Floor Challenge Building
    Hatherton Road
    Walsall, WS1 1YG

    DDI:01922 654293
    Mob: 07736 007643

    Follow us on Twitter: @WalsallASBU

    Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Walsall-Anti-Social-Behaviour-Unit/148840281919833

  29. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Football at Streetly Community Centre on Fridays

    Places are still available for our fantastic Friday evening football sessions. So if you want to improve your skills, make new friends or just simply have fun then feel free to turn up and join in.

    Venue – Streetly Community Centre , Foley Road , B74 3HR

    Age- 4-11

    Time – 5.15 – 6.15

    Cost – £4.00 per week

    Call 0845 643 1998

  30. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Weight loss group sessions in Streetly

    Take some time for yourself and let us help you to re-programme your own mind and control your cravings – it’s easy and relaxed. This 4 week course includes a unique stomach shrinking technique and you will also receive a free subliminal weight loss CD to listen to at home.

    You could lose 2-5lbs every week without any diet! Join us now, places are limited. Please call Jo or Helen on 0121 4033032, book online http://www.metaphor-therapies.co.uk/courses-and-workshops/registration/ or e-mail info@metaphor-therapies.co.uk.

    The next 4 week course starts Thursday 22 November 2012 at the Streetly Sure Start Centre from 7.30pm – 8.30pm. Cost £60.

    Streetly Sure Start Centre
    Foley Road East
    Sutton Coldfield
    West Midlands
    B74 3HR

  31. Sue Taylor Says:

    A Gift Fayre is being held at Streetly Community Hall Foley Rd East on Tuesday 27th November. There will be around 20 stalls full of interesting and affordable Christmas gift ideas. Admission is £1. Doors open at 7pm. All proceeds go to Heart Care Walsall and Streetly.

  32. aldridgewebsite Says:

    New Aldridge studio offers fascinating glimpse of times past

    A new studio in Aldridge, which houses a fascinating collection of historical maps that have been digitally reproduced directly from antique originals using state-of-the-art equipment, is set to be unveiled in the Aldridge on 1 & 2 December 2012

    The Mapseeker Studio in Aldridge High Street is the first of its kind in the area and will be hosting a special opening weekend on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December 2012 where it will be presenting a diverse and unique range of artistic and historical products for the first time.

    Located in a prime position outside the new Olympic Gold post box on the High Street, the new studio will offer visitors a rare and compelling insight into the past.

    Supported by the Aldridge Business Partnership and Walsall Council’s Town Centre Management team, the Mapseeker Studio will exhibit maps spanning the past 400 years of cartography incorporating maps of early global exploration, Britain and Europe through the millennium, war and conflict, coastal surveys, town and country surveys and road and railway routes.

    As well as offering a fresh insight into the history of Britain, the studio will also provide a fantastic facility for local schools.

    Six local artists will be based there, giving pupils the chance to talk to the artists about their work, as well as observing a range of styles and techniques through teaching workshops and demonstrations.

    A dedicated study area, linked via Wi-Fi and an interactive screen to iPad, will enable teachers and students to view over 3,000 historical maps and other resources at a detailed level.

    “Teaching our past has never been so engaging,” said Paul Leslie Line, managing director for Mapseeker Studio.

    “We see the studio as an engaging social hub for the whole community and look forward to hosting regular evening events including visiting art exhibitions, guest speakers and book signings.

    “The studio will also soon stock a wide selection of geographical-history and local history atlases alongside art and educational books, as well as offering a wide range of photo and multimedia printing services and bespoke picture framing.

    “With six local and exceptionally talented artists based here, the studio will be the place to secure that special gift, whatever the occasion”.

    Walsall Council Coalition’s portfolio holder for regeneration, Councillor Adrian Andrew said: “It’s marvellous that a studio of this kind will soon be open to the public in Aldridge.

    “This promises to be a fantastic resource tool for local people who are fascinated with history, and an excellent workshop for our local schools.

    “Warm commendation has to be extended to the Aldridge Business Partnership who, together with the council’s Town Centre Management team have worked with Paul to bring this about.”

    The six talented artists who will be based at the new studio are Anna Crook, Debbie Flenley, Kate Taylor, Lynn Hughes, Steve Lilly and Victoria France.

  33. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Latest offer, deals and menus at The Crown Carvery in Aldridge

    http://www.crowncarveries.co.uk/thecrownwalsall/offers/

  34. Colin Willetts Says:

    The Birchfield cycling club has been in existence since 1879,we meet on sunday,s and once a weekday(varying) to ride out around 40/50 mlies,we meet at the Hardwick arms at 9.00am sun.9.15 weekdays,there are ages from 9to 74,so we can cater for all abilites of riders. ring colin on 0121 358 6768

  35. Paul Mason Says:

    Goscote Greenacres ….Are on facebook and help the local community in walsall areas.
    Holding a Christmas Fatre on 7 & 8 th December
    Goscote Greenacres
    Goscote Lane
    Walsall
    WS3 1SJ
    http://www.facebook.com/#!/goscote.greenacres?fref=ts

  36. Aldridge Photographic Society Says:

    Thursday 29th November – Secrets of Southern India – Aldridge Photographic Society 8pm -10pm
    New members / visitors welcome. Entrance £2.
    Aldridge Community Centre
    http://aldridgeps.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/secrets-of-southern-india.html

  37. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Zumba Fitness in Aldridge with Debbie

    Party yourself into Shape

    Tired of your bingo wings?
    Want to tighten bum and thighs?
    Feel energised!
    Come and have fun at Zumba
    Try it you’ll love it!
    Suitable for all levels!

    Location: Leighswood school. Only £4 per session.

    Tuesday 7.30pm (Entrance at key stage 1)

    Thursday 7.30pm and again at 8.30pm (Entrance at key stage 2)

    I have over 15 years teaching experience. I am a qualified Zumba Instructor, Personel Trainer, Pre-Post Natal Instructor, Dance Instructor

  38. aldridgewebsite Says:

    The New Streetly Youth Orchestra Christmas Concert 2012

    Saturday 8th December 2012, 7.30 pm (doors open 7pm)
    United Reformed Church Sutton Coldfield

    get your tickets here https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/nsyo

  39. aldridgewebsite Says:

    A new exhibition ‘Aldridge Past and Present’ at Walsall Local History Centre is showcasing a selection of photographs, archives and local studies material from the Victorian era to the 1980s.

    Aldridge was noted for coal mining and brick making among other things. In more recent times, Aldridge has undergone considerable change, architecturally, industrially and politically.

    The exhibition which runs until the 29th December 2012 will reflect many features of Aldridge life.

  40. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Streetly Toby Carvery

    All the latest offers. deals and menus

    http://www.tobycarvery.co.uk/streetlysuttoncoldfield

  41. aldridgewebsite Says:

    The Hardwick Arms Ember Inn at Streetly

    all the latest , offers, menus and deals

    http://www.emberinns.co.uk/thehardwickarmsstreetly

  42. aldridgewebsite Says:

    The Foley Arms in Streetly

    all the latest offers, menus and deals.
    http://www.sizzlingpubs.co.uk/thefoleyarmsstreetly/offers

  43. Aldridge Photographic Society Says:

    Aldridge Photographic Society welcomes new members and visitors to events in our calendar. Find out all about us at http://aldridgeps.blogspot.co.uk

  44. Paul Hebdon Says:

    Golf for Juniors! Ages 6-14
    The award winning ‘John Letters Golf Academy’ Walsall, based at Calderfields Golf & Country Club, Aldridge Road, Walsall, offers fantastic Junior Golf classes every Saturday morning from 10.30-11.30. The price is £7 per child (includes range balls, equipment and PGA Professional tuition). Non- members are very welcome. For more details please contact Paul on 01922 613675 or email paulhebdon@johnletters.com

  45. DIANA BOSMAN Says:

    Monthly lunches to raise money for extra classrooms for a school in Ghana. Next dates are , December 16th [Christmas meal £15 minimum donation], January 20th and March 3rd [ £10 minimum donation] Phone 0121 308 2251 for further details or a ticket.

  46. aldridgewebsite Says:

    On December 8 th there will be a poignant outdoor Christmas service at Aldridge Shopping Centre held in conjunction with St Giles Hospice.

    Local people who have lost loved ones are invited to celebrate their cherished memories through the charity’s Light up a Life event.

    Each life being remembered will be symbolised by a special light that will be switched on during the service, which starts at 4pm.

  47. aldridgewebsite Says:

    The Rotary Club of Aldridge Tree of Light Appeal 2012

    Our appeal last Christmas raised a total of £1320.00 which as we promised, was shared equally between WALSALL HEART CARE (THE WALSALL CARDIAC REHABILITATION TRUST) AND SHELTER BOX, a Rotary Charity which provides much needed shelter and equipment for people made homeless as a result of major natural disasters. The ROTARY TREE OF LIGHT is now in Morrisons’, Aldridge and this year the donations WALSALL HEART CARE and to ROTARY CHARITIES, which give support to communities at home and abroad, providing education, clean water, combating hunger, improving health and the eradication of polio.

    Remembrance Dedication forms are available by the tree, which is near the Anchor Road entrance. We extend an invitation to you to “own” a light, for a suggested gift of £5. All names will be displayed around the tree and will be published on the Rotary Club of Aldridge website http://www.aldridgerotary.org.uk.

    Please include the Name(s) to be Remembered and your Dedication message.

    Together with: – Your Name

    Address

    Post Code

    Email address

    Also, please confirm as a taxpayer, that the donation can be ‘Gift Aided’ .

    Please send the Dedication, with donation, to The Rotary Club of Aldridge, Tree of Light Appeal, c/o 72, Walsall Wood Road, Aldridge, West Midlands, WS9 8QT

    Each light on the tree will remember a loved one, or commemorate a special event.

    If you would like to sponsor one or more of the lights, please include the names and dedications and return these with your donation.

    We do hope that you will be able to support us.

    The Rotary Club of Aldridge, Registered Charity No. 502899

  48. Alison Says:

    Walsall Writers Circle is moving to a new venue as from Thursday 8th November 2012.

    We will no longer use Park Hall School, instead our meetings will be held at Broadway North Centre on Broadway North, Walsall WS1 2QA (next to the Toby Carvery).

  49. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Bliss Yoga classes in Aldridge

    yoga class on a Thursday night at Leighswood school 7.30-8.45 pm

    Contact : Michelle:
    Email: Hello@blissyoga.org.uk
    Phone: 01922 624182

  50. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Fashion crosses over for church’s grand opening

    A Walsall church is to mark the grand opening of its new town centre building with a fashion show for young people.

    The Rock Church has teamed up with the Keep Growing Walsall fashion project for the fun event
    starting at 7.00pm on Saturday, December 1.

    The venue is Lichfield House, opposite the Lichfield Street branch of Morrisons.

    A five-storey office block that was home to NHS staff until December last year, the building has been used by the Rock Church since April.

    Now the church wants to formally declare its new HQ open to the community – with Walsall Young Ambassador to the Mayor and Miss Teen winner Jessica Watts set to cut the ribbon before the
    catwalk show gets under way.

    The Rock Church has been meeting in other venues around Walsall since 2008 – at one point even using an auditorium at the Showcase Cinema at junction 10 of the M6. It now has its main building on the Beechdale Estate, but wanted to establish a presence in the town centre.

    As well as Christian worship, Lichfield House is being used as a base for projects such as the food bank being developed in partnership with other churches and organisations in Walsall.

    Rock Church pastor Ian Evans said: “Since we’ve relocated our Sunday morning services here we have engaged more and more with the community as a result, and our Sunday attendance has been increasing every week. We believe in God’s favour, and this particular building is a great blessing –
    not only for the Rock Church but for other local churches in Walsall who we are working together
    with to express the Christian message.”

    Mr Evans said the involvement of Keep Growing Walsall in the grand opening night was an example of the Rock Church’s growing links with the wider community.

    KGW was formed in the summer with support from other agencies including Pertemps People Development Group, Walsall College, UnLd, and The Future Melting Pot.

    It works to help develop and support young people in different areas of fashion through social enterprises and with the
    support of local businesses and volunteers.

    KGW founder Neville Sinclair said: “We aim to turn the dreams of the young adults we work with into reality, with this being a great way to help them develop.”

    Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start, with parking available at the rear of Lichfield House.

    Further information on the Rock Church is available from its website at http://www.therockchurch.co.uk.

    Ian Evans, Senior Pastor, The Rock Church ● 07846 854123 ● info@therockchurch.co.uk

  51. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Aldridge Lions Christmas Collections.

    For the next few weekends, the Aldridge & District Lions Club will be out and about in the area collecting for their charity appeal.

    Lions President, Harry Fry, said, “This is a major opportunity during the year when we are able to collect funds for our charity work. It is potentially the largest income we are able to generate and our members are out over each weekend leading up to Christmas.”

    Aldridge and District Lions Club is part of Lions Clubs International and have raised many thousands of pounds over the years. Recent beneficiaries of donations from the Club include Marie Curie Trust, Walsall Arthritis Care and Walsall Arthritis Support Group, Cancer Research, Help for Heroes, RNLI, Aldridge Youth Theatre, Parkinson’s Disease Society and local Scouts and Guides. During the last financial year nearly thirty different organisations and individuals benefited from over £8000 of donations from the Club.

    Harry Fry added, “We really appreciate the support we have from the public throughout the year and none more so than during our Christmas collections. It may be cold and sometimes wet for the collectors but we still have fun and it is great to see the many children who come to see Santa. All the operating costs for our Club come from member fees and monies raised at social events. Every penny that goes into our buckets during our collections goes to a worthwhile charitable cause.”

    The Lions, together with Santa, can be found at:

    · Asda, Great Barr on 24th & 25th November

    · Morrisons, Aldridge on 1st & 2nd December

    · Aldridge Precinct on 8th December

    · Tesco, Brownhills on 15th & 16th December

    For more details on the work of the Lions contact Lion Harry Fry on 01922 451638

  52. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Thursday, 29th November

    10.30am Aqua Natal – Oak Park Leisure Centre, Walsall Wood

    Aqua Aerobics class delivered term-time only in water for pregnant and post natal women

    (up to 12 months post natal).

    Aim is to maintain health and physical activity levels during and after pregnancy. Subject to screening for a healthy pregnancy

  53. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Wednesday, 28th November

    7pm – 9pm – Streetly Local History Club – All Saints Church, Foley Road East, Streetly

    “The History of the Teddy Bear” by David Chaterly

    Admission is £2 including tea/coffee. Disabled facilities and car parking available.

  54. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Wednesday, 28th November

    6pm – 8pm – Walsall Wood Boxing Club Launch – Maybrook Industrial Estate, Walsall Wood WS8 7DG

    Walsall Police Amateur Boxing club will be formally opened by Chief Superintendant David Sturman

    The club has been successful in obtaining funds from Building blocks a Police charity, Rosie’s helping hands a local charity, Sported a national charity which promotes sport, Caldmore/Accord housing association and a local business.

    The club are now affiliated to the Police sporting clubs of Great Britain as well as the amateur boxing association

    You are all invited to our opening to have a look at the club to meet our head coach, fitness coach and other volunteers

  55. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Wednesday, 28th November

    5pm – 6pm Vigorboarding – Streetly Community Association, Foley Road East, Streetly

    Vigorboarding is the new and fun craze to hit the UK

    Vigorboarding helps teach children balance and gives them a cardiovascular workout at the same time

    £3.50 a session – children aged 6 – 16

  56. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Wednesday, 28th November

    1.30pm – 2pm Baby Ballet – Leighswood Children’s Centre, Broadmeadow, Aldridge

    An exciting session to introduce babies aged 6-18 months to movement, music and dance

    Fun for babies with parents and guardians
    £3 per session

  57. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Wednesday, 28th November

    10am – 12noon – Community Weight Loss Challenge – Blackwood Pavilion, Blackwood Park, Streetly

    Call Steve on 0121 218 4636 for more details

  58. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Saturday, 24th November

    8pm – late – Take It Easy (Eagles Tribute) – Pheasey Park Farm Community Centre, Hillingford Ave, Pheasey

    £5 per person entry

    see http://christowepromotions.co.uk/

  59. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Saturday, 24th November

    12 noon – 3pm – St. Martin’s Church Christmas Fair – St. Martin’s Church, Daffodil Road, Off Sutton Road

    Christmas stall, chocolate tombola, homemade cards, raffle, winter bulbs, Toiletries, bottle stall, homemade cakes, books, pick-a-bag, Coffee shop, photographer, children’s crafts, Ploughman’s lunches

    Entrance 50 pence – proceeds go to Walsall Hospice, Black Country Food Bank, St. Martin’s Building For The Future Fund

  60. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Saturday, 24th November

    11am – 3pm St. Thomas’ Church Christmas Fayre – St. Thomas Close (off Kingshayes Road), Aldridge

    20 pence Adult Admission, Children FREE

    Handmade cards, handmade gifts, fair-trade goods, book stall and lots more bargains

    Refreshments available, with lunch served from 12 noon

    Proceeds go to Tearfund

  61. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Friday, 23rd November

    11am – 1pm Drop-in Session – Blackwood Pavilion, Blackwood Park, Streetly

    Come along and talk to agencies (police / council / fire service) about issues in Streetly and find out what is happening in your area. Plus meet some of the local community groups who offer services in the Streetly area

  62. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Thursday, 22nd November

    o 10.30am Aqua Natal – Oak Park Leisure Centre, Walsall Wood

    Aqua Aerobics class delivered term-time only in water for pregnant and post natal women (up to 12 months post natal). Aim is to maintain health and physical activity levels during and after pregnancy. Subject to screening for a healthy pregnancy

  63. aldridgewebsite Says:

    Event in December. Aldridge & Beacon Area Partnership

    Health is everybody’s business – health and well-being
    in our communities

    Thursday 6th December 2012,
    2pm – 4pm (registration from 1.30pm)

    Venue: Druid’s Heath Golf Club, Stonnall Road, Aldridge WS9 8JZ

    Purpose
    To engage with local partners and communities to enhance community well-being and address health inequalities in the Aldridge & Beacon Area (Aldridge / Pheasey / Streetly / Walsall Wood).

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