Dance for Fitness sessions, supported by Shropshire Council’s Everybody Active Initiative
Tuesdays 7.00- 8.30pm
An enthusiastic group of would-be dancers who meet weekly for sessions that are fun and do wonders for fitness, serotonin levels and the brain.
New members are guaranteed a warm welcome.with plenty of time to take a breather and also do as much of the sessions suits the individual.
The session have little routines in them.
Cost - £3 for a whole session, £2 if you only want to stay for half.
Gill Kelly .... 0797 479 5877 for further information.
Broseley Amateur Dramatics Society BroADS
Broseley Amateur Dramatic Society (BROADS) was formed in 1980 and is based in the Birchmeadow centre. Along with Broseley Youth Theatre it offers theatrical events and
entertainment. It usually puts on four or five productions a year including an annual pantomime. BroADS performs in a variety of local places, indoors and
outdoors, and in support of local organisations.
BroADS are always on the lookout for new members young and old on stage, front of house, and backstage.
Sunday morning traditional music session
Also known as the ‘Broseley Buskers’, we meet between 10am and 12 noon most Sunday mornings, apart from Bank Holiday weekends. All abilities and ages are welcome, including beginners. We play a mixture of mostly Irish, English and Scottish tunes, with music from a few other countries thrown in. Tunebooks are available to buy.
A small fee of £1.50 per session goes towards payment for the room and as much tea or coffee as you can drink!
Please note that children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Reach out School of Arts
ReachOut School of Arts offer fun, engaging sessions suitable for aged
4-adult incorporating all drama, improv, singing and Musical Theatre as well as various forms of dance.
The aim is to 'build confidence creatively' whilst learning skills and techniques for performance.
ReachOut Juniors: ages 4-6
ReachOut Seniors: ages 7+
ReachOut Street Dance: ages 7+
ReachOut 'Take Flight' .... Contemporary Dance: ages
Adult Theatre 'Cabaret!': Ages 14 +
contact: Gem Bridges & Saskia Fuchs 07522412440
British Wheel of Yoga Fridays 9:30 - 10:30 am
Gentle yoga class for mixed abilities, focusing on safely moving in and out of postures. There will be some sequences of movements flowing with the breathing rhythm. Meditation and breathing techniques may be introduced.
Places are limited so please contact Caroline Glanville to secure your place
email@example.com 07736 708 277
We're an informal group of like minded people who meet once a month to discuss and display photographs and share experiences. There is no membership fee, but pay £1.50 each at meeting they attend,
to defray room hire costs.
The club offers a warm welcome to photographers of all abilities. From complete beginners to the experienced, it has something for everyone. The ‘focus’ of the club is to help members improve and enjoy all aspects of photography with advice freely offered.
Monthly sessions are made up of Workshops and Focus points. These consist of presentations of
varying subjects and techniques from the world of photography. Competitions are held monthly and quarterly, judged by other attending members. The aim of the competitions is to encourage
members to ‘go out and shoot’, keeping in mind the techniques discussed and newly acquired skills.
The Club usually meets on the last Monday of each month, with the exception of August and December, at 7.30 pm in the Pritchard Room at the Birchmeadow. As a member, you will receive a newsletter from the last meeting with links to download the latest presentations.
If you are interested in joining,
contact John Horton on 07711 696031 or visit our website
We meet on a fortnightly basis for a good-fun session.
Contact Trevor at this email address - firstname.lastname@example.org
This group meets twice monthly at the Birchmeadow Centre, at 10.00 am thru 12.00 on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month. The group's quite small and very friendly, and aims to have fun playing and singing along to 60s pop, folk, and anything else that group members prefer.
The group is aimed at beginners and intermediate players, but experienced players are very welcome. The Play Guitar sessions are focussed on group activity ... as such it is not a venue for open mike or individual playing.
The group operates under the Much Wenlock U3A organisation, and further details of the group, and a
copy of the songbook can be found at this link.