Clubs and Groups
Our weekly activities are listed below and an optional two course lunch is available every day!
Boccia kicks off our week on a Monday! Come and try your hand in a game of precision, skill and tactics – with some fun, a cuppy and company thrown in!
Bingo Club allows partially sighted and blind people to play this popular game in a friendly and supportive setting. The amount of noise and laughter that emanates from the clubroom during the session would indicate that those who come to this find it great fun.
Games Morning on a Tuesday is a great opportunity to have some fun and get competitive! We have a range of indoor games including bowling, curling, shuffleboard, velcro darts and bean bag toss. Judging by the hilarity that comes from the games area we believe this is a very popular activity in the Society!
Fun Drum on a Wednesday morning is a fabulous fun way of getting some exercise and getting in to the rhythm! Fun Drum involves a yoga ball, drumsticks and some rocking music.
Choir – After Fun Drum and lunch you can sing your heart out at the Choir! You don’t need to be able to hold a tune just come along and sing!
Line Dancing – on a Thursday you can get ready for the approaching weekend with our Line Dancing group – you don’t need to be co-ordinated and two-left feet are welcome! You can even just move your feet to the music whilst seated if you don’t want to dance!
Armchair Aerobics Join us for Armchair Aerobics on a Friday, a favourite with the Members. They put their all into the exercises and they have even designed tee shirts to work out in, they are known as The Ward Road Warriors!
NEW!!! Happy Feet Dancing!
Our Members who like to dance and shake their booty can come along once a month on a Friday to dance their wee feet off!!
We are aware that not all our Members have the mobility to dance so that’s the great thing about this activity – participants can either be seated or dance stood up – its up to them! Just move your feet as you feel the music!
Our Lunches offer a scrumptious 2 course meal consisting of a main and pudding. The food is lovingly prepared on the premises and made from locally sources fresh ingredients. Favourites are mince and tatties to roast joints to tasty pasta dishes as well as yummy chocolate puddings and warming hot soups. Definitely for the foodies amongst us!
All of these rely on volunteers to run them so please refer to our pages on Volunteering if you feel like becoming involved. As you can see from our pictures the one thing guaranteed is fun