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Social Activities


Arts Group (MK Arts for Health)

Arts for Health (Milton Keynes) uses arts and creativity to improve health and wellbeing. Join the team for this drop-in session every Monday in the Main Hall between 2-4pm. Sessions are just £2 per week and everyone is welcome.

Milton Keynes Country Market:

The Country Market is a co-operative. Every Friday from 9am to 1pm (excluding January), local producers display their handmade craft items, baking, honey, preserves, plants and more, plus a cafe.

Wolverton Community Fridge:

Community initiative offering a simple solution to wasting less through the sharing of good quality food. You can join the team every Wednesday from 6pm and Saturday from midday in the outdoor space by the foyer door. Everyone is welcome. There is no charge but donations are accepted. Check out the website for more details about how community fridges operate.

Children’s Groups


Baby College:

Baby College classes offer parents the tools to be their little ones best teacher. The team run fun, interactive & informative classes that help to stimulate your little ones both physically and mentally through singing, dancing, crafting, signing, sensory play, cognitive games and physical exercises. Mondays mornings (term time only)

Cha Char Chimps:

Cha Char Chimps offers a weekly young children’s interactive music show with props , puppets & refreshments provided.  Tuesdays (term time only) from 10am-11am in the Main Hall.  Parents, carers, grandparents and childminders – all welcome!

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Health & Well-being


The Wolverton Yoga Group

A friendly, mixed ability group of local people who enjoy practicing yoga together. It is open to everyone – you don’t need to be fit or flexible! Why not come and join on a Tuesday evening from 8.00 – 9.15pm

Bipolar UK Milton Keynes Support Group 

A support group for everyone affected by bipolar including individuals, family, friends and carers. Offering guidance, information, social activities and an opportunity to meet others. The group meet on the second Tuesday of each month, 7-9pm in the meeting room. Contact: Paul or Bernard on

Halsa Pilates

Small, friendly classes suitable for those who are new to Pilates or have previous experience. We will work at your pace ensuring that you are confident in the exercises whilst building strength and tone in your body.

• strengthen your core muscles and stomach
• increase tone, flexibility, stability
• build confidence
• recover and protect from injury
• improve posture and balance
• reduce stress

Places are limited. To book your place please email Beth at or

Postnatal Pilates 

A specialist physiotherapy led postnatal class aimed at new Mum’s who have been cleared to exercise by their GP at their 6-8 week check, or Mum’s at any stage who want to return to exercise. This is a less intense class, focussing on rebuilding posture, core and pelvic floor strength. Exercises will be progressed at your own pace and babies are welcome up until they are crawling! Places must be booked in advance.

Drug and Alcohol Family Support (DAFS)

DAFS is a caring support group created for parents and family members of loved ones suffering from drug and/or alcohol addiction. The group is run by volunteers, all of whom have lived experience of dealing with an addicted loved one.

They run sessions fortnightly on a Monday by appointment only. For further information contact Val or Lynn on 07598 346244 or 07874 849659 or email

Sports & Fitness


Stantonbury Judo Club: 

Judo lessons from age 5 years to adults, beginners to advanced. Sessions run on Friday evenings, in the main hall, 6pm for younger members, and 7.15pm age 12 years – adult. Over 30 years experience, fully insured coaches and a friendly atmosphere. Contact Carole on
01908 220748 after 6.30pm to book your free trial session.

Zumba Gold: 

Julia’s class focuses on all elements of fitness: cardiovascular, muscular conditioning, flexibility and balance! Entry level dance, low Intensity workout using latin rhythms. £5 per session every Thursday from 11.30am.

Beginners Pilates with Sue-Anne: 

Beginners Pilates with Sue-Anne at 10.30 on Tuesday mornings is a mat based system of exercise suitable for complete novices or people in the early stages of a Pilates practice.
Pilates is performed with precision & control, improves posture, balance, mobility & flexibility, along with strengthening the core muscles vital for wellness.
Booking is via
Phone 07845743911

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Dance Groups & Classes


Cuban Salsa and Bachata Lessons

The dance instructors from Salsa Rica UK deliver all levels and a new structure of Cuban Salsa and Bachata Lessons every Thursday.
​7:30pm – Salsa beginners & Improvers
8:15pm – Bachata all levels
9:00pm – Cuban Salsa Intermediate/Advanced
£5 per lesson / £3 Students

Diamond Majorettes

Established in 1997 the troupe ranges from aged 6 upwards. Performing baton, flag and pom pom routines across the country to competition standard.

Fusion Bellydancing Classes:

Foundation level bellydancing class including a cardio warm up, technique break down, choreography and a full stretch to finish.  Every Tuesday evening at 8pm in the Dance Studio.

Mary Quist Bellydancing

Mixed level Bellydance, suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Class learns various styles of Bellydance technique and basic choreography.There is always a thorough warm up and cool down stretch. We are a small friendly, welcoming class done in the privacy of the dance studio.

The Arts


Heart and Music

Formed in July 2010 to sing concerts to raise funds for good causes, the choral group comprises 13 singers and a conductor; and the services of great accompanists. The group sing a variety of music: musical theatre, traditional songs, folk songs, pop songs, religious songs and fun pieces too. Membership is by invitation.

Crochet and Chat

A friendly and informal space for total beginners to learn a new craft, or the more experienced to share their skills and improve. And a great way to make new friends!
£8 for 2 hours
To find out more contact Willeke at or

Wolverton Town Band:

Wolverton Town Band is a non-contesting traditional brass band. A friendly and mixed ability group who enjoy making music and supporting the local and wider community by performing at various events and staging our own concerts. It is presently free to join, and we have some spare instruments for those that may not have their own.

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