The Easybreathers We meet at 1pm until 3pm every third Wednesday of the Month at the Working Men’s Club & Institute, 56a-56b Sheep Street Northampton NN1 2LZ. We are a self-help and support group of people with C.O.P.D. and get together to interact socially with members of the community that have this condition. We have various speakers…More
Pensioners Voice 2nd Monday of the month Abington Community Centre Off Briton Road,or Birchfield Road East Northampton A warm welcome Assured Variety of speakers on subjects of interest to older people and a social programme,speak to MPs and others about our concerns to try and make a difference to the lives of older people For…More
Where would I like to go for a birthday treat? How about a coach trip to Bury S Edmunds, it was an excellent choice! The sun shone, the traffic was light, the coach driver was friendly and very helpful, good company, good food in the cathedral refectory and Bury St Edmunds is lovely, the Cathedral…More
The great news for 2016 will be the long awaited rebirth of THE KETTERING FRIENDLY CYCLING CLUB. This will be for the over 50s and under the auspices of Northants Fifty Plus Network. Considerate leadership and gentle planned rides on quiet roads. Everyone starting from the meeting place in pairs at 5 min. intervals to enjoy riding…More
Meet 10.15 till noon at Abington Community Centre off Briton Road Wheatfield Rd South Short time for business appertaining to the welfare of pensioners and then a speaker on subjects of interest to members
These meetings are held on the last Friday in each month from 2pm to 4pm in Heather’s Cafe on the Kettering Road. Just an informal get together. .
The day was quite cool which meant that we needed to take our coats,however the cooler weather meant we were able to walk around more.We opted for hour boat trip from Windsor to Bray which was very relaxing and just what the doctor ordered .Some members opted to visit the Castle and spent most of…More
Sandra called into Heathers for a coffee and mentioned she was on her way to the Guildhall for a tour, Being the cheeky chap I am I asked if I could tag along as I have a long-standing interest in local history, And I am very glad I did, Kate Wills was a mine of…More
The ladies of St Albans Activity Seekers and St Albans Ladies Fellowship like to invite me along every so often to take the New Age Kurling kit.They love it and the competative spirit soon comes out.The vicar Judy enters with gusto and really celebrated when she knocked the opponents cheese off the bullseye. You can…More
Here’s a great article from the Chronicle and Echo on Over 50s in Northamptonshire enjoying slower pace of Walking Football.