Regular events for adults

The Hive is host to a number of regular events for adults. Here's a rundown of just a few:

  • Music Together for Dementia

    Fridays on 10 May, 14 June and 19 July, 11am - 12pm

    These sessions are aimed at people with dementia and their carers. When someone has dementia, music is one of the most powerful and effective ways to stimulate communication and interaction, to prompt memory and brighten mood. Music-making and singing together have many positive benefits for everyone and generally help to improve our wellbeing. The groups will run by a HCPC-registered Music Therapist who is very experienced in dementia care. Everyone is welcome to come along: no musical skill or experience is necessary to take part and it doesn’t matter if you can’t sing!

    Cost £2 (includes carer)

    Book ticket

  • BSL Book Club

    First Tuesday of every month. Starting on 8 January, 2pm - 3pm

    A book group for British Sign Language users with different levels of English. Everyone welcome including deaf and hearing people. A new theme every month.


  • Language Cafes

    Join our informal gatherings that give language learners and native speakers the opportunity to practice their language skills, meet like-minded people and make new friends in a relaxed atmosphere. Build confidence in communicating without focusing on mistakes but on understanding and being understood, in a way that encourages spontaneity and fluency.

    English - every third Thursday of the month 7pm - 9pm

    Russian - every second Tuesday of the month commencing in March, 7pm - 9pm

    Spanish and French - every first and third Monday of the month from 10am - 12pm

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    For French -

  • Computer Cafe

    Bring any computer or digital query to a group of experts (digital champions, digital PCSOs, One Digital) and gain confidence navigating the internet safely. Basic skills required. Laptops will be available, however, if you require support on/with your device please bring your device with you.

    First Tuesday of every month. Starting Tuesday 5 February, 10am – 12pm

    Book your free place

  • Job Club

    Every Wednesday 2.30 - 4pm

    Drop in session offering help with your job search: writing a CV, covering letters, using the internet, sending emails and preparing for interview.  Ask about joining MyWorkSearch when you visit Job Club.

  • Computer Basics

    Mondays 2.30 - 3.30pm
    Thursday 10 - 11am

    Free six week course covering first steps in using computers.  Just turn up to join.  The course operates as a rolling programme.

  • Creative Writers' Group

    Second Monday of every month from 7 - 9pm

    Are you an adult who enjoys creative writing? Would you like to come along to a monthly group to read out your writing and gain constructive feedback?

    Bring along a piece of your own creative writing to read out to the rest of the group for constructive comment. This could be an extract from a novel you are working on, a short story or a poem. There is no set theme. Any piece of writing you are comfortable sharing in a group environment is welcome. All those attending will be limited to 10 minutes to read out their work in order to allow sufficient time for discussion after each piece. 

    There is a small charge to just cover the cost of hiring the room per month. This is split evenly between those who attend each session.  To book a place contact: 


  • Meditation Classes for Everyone

    Most Mondays 1 - 2pm & 7.30 - 9pm
    See website for dates

    Learn how to bring meditation and daily life together in these practical classes.  No need to book, drop in to any class.  Perfect for beginners.

    Cost £6.00 / £3.50 concessions

  • New Chapter - Reading Group

    For adults with mild-moderate learning disabilities.

    Fortnightly from Monday 14 January, 10.30am - 11.30am

    The group looks at and discusses picture books designed for adults, with each member encouraged to contribute to the story by interpreting the pictures.  The titles read so far include 'Looking After Your Heart' and 'George Gets Smart'.

    All groups are free to attend and new members are always welcome.

  • Home Choice Plus Surgeries

    Every Tuesday 9.30am–12pm in The Hub. 

    The Hub also run Licensing Surgeries on Tuesdays 11.30am–1pm and Thursdays 1.30–3pm.  For advice on taxi/private hire licensing and all other licensing issues regulated by Worcestershire Regulatory Services.

  • Crafty Corner

    Every first and third Tuesday of the month.

    From 5.30pm to close.

    Informal knitting, crochet and assorted yarn-based craft group.  No booking required.

  • Health Walks

    Every Wednesday

    Approximately 1 hour walk, slow to medium pace, suitable for all ages Meet inside The Hive at 10.15am. Walk starts at 10.30am. For more information call Lin Tandy 07948 580335

  • One to One IT Support

    Want to set up an email account, get your head around online shopping or learn to create and save a Word document?

    Our digital champion volunteers are available for one hour slots Monday - Friday to help with your basic IT queries. Basic keyboard and mouse skills required.

    Speak to a member of staff at The Hive to book in with our Digital Champions.