Diary of Events

As part of our work to improve the general well-beings as well as to increase the feelings of inclusion within society for those over 50, the Forum puts on a lively social calendar throughout the year. Activities range from social to physical to educational and enable members to meet new people, try new things and create everlasting memories.

Whether you would like to come on your own, or with a group of friends and family, our events cater for everybody.

If you would like to attend one of the events, please contact the office using the information provided here.


Our Regular Events

As well as arranging for one-off social activities, the Forum also puts on a series of regular events.

 

  Tea Dances - Every Friday, Nottingham Mechanics (1.30-3.30)

You will be given a warm welcome by our friendly host, Beth, so don't be afraid to visit if you are on your own as always makes sure that everyone gets a good dance and is well looked after.

(£2.50 for members, £2.75 for non-members)
 

  Luncheon Club - Monthly, Various Locations (12.00 for 12.30 start)

Every month we put on a Luncheon Club for our members. To find out where it is being held in a specific month, check out the 2018 calendar.

To book, please contact the office on 0115 9243009


Upcoming Events
 
    Whitby Regatta - 13 August 2018

Whitby is the oldest regatta on the North East Coast. As well as watching a series of yacht and rowing races, this trip gives you the opportunity to experience the other stalls and forms of entertainment that the regatta has to offer.
   Narrowboat and Picnic - 15 August 2018

We will be visiting the Attenborough Nature Reserve to take a look at the wildlife whilst drifting down the canal on a narrowboat. In addition to the narrowboat ride, we will also be providing a picnic to be enjoyed.
    Easton Walled Gardens - 29 August 2018

Located in Lincolnshire, not much travelling will be require to explore the gardens and woodland walks. After experiencing damage during World War II, the gardens have been restored over the past 17 years so are a sight to see.