waterskingWater Skiing
During August, Activeyes will be running two exciting Water Ski courses
with Dudley Water Ski Club at Netherton Reservoir.
The first course will take place over Wednesday 6th & 13th August and
the second on Wednesday 20th & 27th August.
Each course is limited to 5 people and costs £20 per session.

featured-carveryOddfellows Pub Lunch
Thursday 7th August 12.30pm
Join us for lunch at this popular venue. The menu is varied,
good value and the service we receive is excellent.
Coffee Morning
Come and meet up for a coffee and a chat on
Friday 8th August 10.30am at St Peters House,
Exchange Street, Wolverhampton.

fishingFishing at Albrighton Moat
Monday 11th August 10.00am
We will be leaving the Beacon Centre by mini bus for a fun day of fishing
at the Moat. It is fully disabled friendly with all the equipment ready for you
to use. The cost of fishing for the day will be £12 which includes travel.
Please bring a packed lunch, tea and coffee facilities are available on site.

golfBantock Park Walk & Golf
Tuesday 12th August 11.00am
Meeting outside the front of the house, we will split into two groups those
who wish to walk around the grounds and those who want to play golf on
the chip & putt course, we will then meet in the tearooms afterwards.
farm walksBumble Hole Walk
Thursday 14th August 11.15am
Bumble Hole Nature Reserve, Netherton
Meeting at Halesowen Road/Washington Street bus stop which is serviced
by the 244 & 243 buses every 20 minutes. The walk time is approx
walking630x210West Park Walk
Tuesday 19th August 11.00am
West Park Walk, Wolverhampton
We meet outside the tearooms, the walk is suitable for all and lasts
approx one hour. Afterwards we stop for light refreshments.

swimmingSwimming
Fancy cooling down this Summer and taking a dip.
Come along and join our swimming group, we meet every Monday at the Bert Williams Leisure Centre in Bilston from 3pm – 4pm it would be great to see you there.

cricketVisually Impaired Cricket
For those of you who came along to Wolverhampton Cricket Club in April
to try your hand at Cricket we have been given another fantastic
opportunity to get involved.
On Thursday 21st August 4pm you will have a training session at
Wolverhampton Cricket Club run by a fully qualified coach on
how to play visually impaired cricket.
Then on Sunday 7th September 2pm you will be able to test your new
skills out in a game against the Lancashire Lions visually impaired team.
If you would like to attend or for more information please get in touch.
alto 2Appy Hour
Join us for Appy Hour at the Light House in Wolverhampton Friday 22nd August 1.00pm, come and meet new people and learn how apps can benefit you. Did you know you can use your Smartphone to detect the colour of your shirt? To order and pay for a taxi? Use GPS to find your way around?
And lots, lots more! Come and join us in a relaxed atmosphere and let’s get talking tech!

judoJudo
Activeyes is offering you the fantastic opportunity of a Free 8 week Judo Course run by the British Judo Association here at Beacon.
Many people will have seen judo at the London 2012 Olympic and
Paralympic Games. It is an exciting sport, where a split-second can
mean victory or defeat as athletes aim to score the ultimate ippon.
All those who take part for more than four weeks get a free judo suit,
gradings and record book. All worth over £100 each if you had to buy it!
If the course is successful our long term goal is to set up a Visually
Impaired Judo Club here at the Beacon Centre.
The sessions will take place every Thursday for 8 weeks from 28th August at 2pm in Beacon’s Recreation room.
For more information or to book a place, get in touch.
curry nightCurry Night
Our next Curry Night will take place on Thursday 28th August 7.00pm
Cafe Champagne, Bilston Road, Monmore
If you would like to attend or find out what’s on the menu, please get in
touch. A fun night is always had with great food.
talking bookTalking Book Club
Friday 29th August, Training Room, Beacon Centre 1.45pm
This month’s chosen book is House Rules by Jodi Picoult. Last month’s
book London Bridges by James Patterson, had mixed reviews at our last
meeting but did give us all plenty to talk about.
If you would like to join our club, or for more information
about accessing books, get in touch.

 

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