|1|| ||Birmingham IVC (Social activities Club)||Social activities club|| ||0||/Digital Hub/Icons/Stars_0.png||0|
|2|| ||Harborne Society||Social activities club|| ||0||/Digital Hub/Icons/Stars_0.png||0|
|3|| ||Places of Welcome||Conversation|| ||0||/Digital Hub/Icons/Stars_0.png||0|
|Growing network of hospitality run by local community groups who want to make sure that everyone in their area has a place to go for a friendly face, a cup of tea and a conversation if and when they need it.|
|Lunch clubs for older people|
|4|| ||Onneley Centre, Harborne||Lunch clubs|| ||0||/Digital Hub/Icons/Stars_0.png||0|
|Healthy Living Centre for the over 50s.
Activities include: Lunch Clubs, IT Classes, Gentle Exercise, Tai Chi, Movement & Dance, Computer Corner, Dance, Meditation, Tea Dance, Health Information & Advice Sessions, Nailcare, Whist Club, Bridge Club, Book Club, Walking Group, and Cards.
Please ring up or pop in for an up-to-date Activity Timetable.|
|5|| ||Martineau Gardens||Therapeutic horticulture|| ||3||/Digital Hub/Icons/Stars_3.png||1|
|Volunteering horticulture. Volunteers usually stay around 6 months. Work with individuals with mental health issues. No need for a formal diagnosis. Provide therapeutic horticulture for individuals with mental health needs, addiction, older people, learning disabilities, Autism/ Asperger's and physical disabilities.|
|6|| ||Midland Mencap||Activities for people with learning disabilities|| ||0||/Digital Hub/Icons/Stars_0.png||0|
|7|| ||The Kenrick Centre||Activities|| ||0||/Digital Hub/Icons/Stars_0.png||0|
|Range of services and activities open to the public including, 'Food 4 thought' restaurant, Cardiac Rehab and Chronic illness classes, Tai Chi, Yoga, singing, Pilates, Karis Neighbour senior life group, book swap, Birmingham Mind get into reading intiative, Birmingham Carer's hub, Crafty crew (knitting/ sewing/ crocheting) and the Dementia cafe|