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We run over 380 activities every week. Find out more about what’s on offer by clicking on the summaries below – you’ll open up a document, which you can print out. Or, if you want a more detailed list of all our activities, search by your area on the left.  Please note that we have a reduced number of activities running over August.  Our full programme will start back in September.

‚ÄčKensington Summary Activity Listings - April-July 2017

Hammersmith and Fulham Activity Listings - April-July 2017

Trips Listing - April-July 2017

Westminster Summary Activity Listings - April-July 2017

Discover new interests

Our activities include a wide range of physical classes, dance, creative and performing arts, IT, languages, current affairs social groups and speakers, weekly trips, tea dances plus health and taster days.

Activities are provided from around 60 different sites that include our own centres as well as church halls, community centres, libraries, sheltered housing schemes and sports centres. We even provide free facilitated groups over the phone for people who can’t get out.

Some activities are specially designed to offer unpaid carers – people who look after friends or family at home – time off and fun for themselves. These include regular trips plus social and cultural events, as well as complementary therapy sessions.

NEW! - Open Age Art Gallery Website

Please click link HERE to visit our new Open Age Art Gallery Website, or click on the image below.

How to take part

You just need to become a member of Open Age – it’s free. All our activities are either free or low cost – between £1 and £3 per hour on a pay-as-you-go basis, with no upfront or term fees. Lunch clubs, trips out and complementary therapies cost slightly more but still offer great value for money. Unless the programme says otherwise, just show up at an activity, complete a membership form and join in.

More about our classes

Most of our classes are run by independent professional tutors with qualifications and experience in the area of activity. Social and information groups are facilitated by our outreach staff or volunteers, who bring in speakers on topics of interest.

Open Age is also linked to a huge number of informal partnerships and we work with a variety of arts and cultural organisations to increase the breadth of what we offer – for example we are an ambassador to the Historic Royal Palaces.



Active Westminster Awards 2016

Open Age won 2 awards at the Active Westminster Awards  held at Lord’s Cricket Ground. The first award, ‘Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing Project’ was awarded to Open Age’s Steady and Stable programme. The second award, the most prestigious of all the awards, ‘Outstanding Contribution’ was awarded to Open Age for supporting those over 50 in Westminster into physical activity over the last 10 years.




Loneliness Initiatives

Open Age initiatives to combat loneliness features in the New York Times!  Click here for the full article. 



Campaign to End Loneliness

Open Age are delighted to be a case study in Promising Approaches to Reducing Loneliness and Isolation in Later Life developed by the Campaign to End Loneliness. (Please see page 30).