Group Co-ordinators                                  

Elaine Bass, Jacqui Hudson, and Sue Berridge.

Email: timeout@bju3a.co.uk   Mobile: 07799 233 891, or use the form below to send a message to a Coordinator.

An “open to all” group activity – offering days out, using public transport where possible. Visiting interesting places, new or revisited experiences and fun things to try.

Activities held so far in 2024:-

Tuesday 20th February      

Leicester by train

From BJ station at 10 a.m. returning for 5 p.m. – train departs at 10 a.m., leaving Leicester 4:17 p.m. – Tickets cost  £11 – £14 approx. return
Tickets – pre-book online, times above, or day return for flexibility – or can be bought on day on station. Please arrive on station by 9.45 a.m.
Visiting Options – suggestions only, everyone can choose how they spend their time in the city.
Clock Tower; Richard 111 Centre and Tourist Office; £10 annual pass, allow an hour and a half; tomb in Cathedral; visit other cultural/historical places of interest.
Shopping – The Lanes area – individual cafes and shops or High Cross shopping precinct – Beautiful John Lewis and usual shops and stores, plus many others
Eat and drink – The Lanes area or main chains, lots or cafes and restaurants to choose from; oldest pub The Globe

Tuesday 19th March

Tenpin Bowling in Nottingham

From BJ bus 10.35 a.m. or travel into town for 11-ish – returning back to BJ at time of your choice.
Bowling Lanes cost approx. £8 per person per hour, up to 6 can play per lane, less folks more bowling goes –
Options – could then go on for coffee, drink and/or eats somewhere – could maybe arrange a table booking.
And of course shopping or visiting a place of your choice.

Saturday 6th April

Kelly’s Hero’s

This 5 piece local band have been entertaining folks for many years with their Celtic tunes, songs and original material.
Mapperley Social Club – Plains Road, Mapperley – parking and bar available; Tickets £10 p.p.
Member’s Comment:- “Really enjoyed the Kelly’s Heroes gig at the Mapperley Social Club last night. Many thanks to our “Time Out” group for organising the outing. Well done! 😁”

Thursday May 9th

Fletcher’s Restaurant

20 people who joined Time Out’s trip to Fletcher’s, Nottingham College’s restaurant on May 9th. Everyone enjoyed their lunch; some had dined there previously, whilst for others it was their first experience. We then walked across the road for our Tour of the New Library premises, which again everyone found informative and enjoyed.

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