Activities in the Church Hall

If you would like to hire our hall, please contact Naomi Parkes on (07907) 410 606 to discuss your requirement, to arrange an opportunity to see our amazing facilities and to obtain a no-obligation quote.

Mondays

  • Beavers for boys and girls aged 5¾ yrs up to 8 yrs. We meet between 6:00–7:15 pm.
    For more information, please contact the Group Scout Leader, Lee Thompson on (07907) 907 354.
  • Cub scouts for boys and girls aged 8 and 10½. We meet between 6:30 and 8:00 pm.
    For more information, please contact the Group Scout Leader, Lee Thompson on (07907) 907 354.
  • Scouts – for girls and boys aged 10½ yrs and 14 yrs. We meet between 8:00 and 9:00 pm.
    For more information, please contact the Group Scout Leader, Lee Thompson on (07907) 907 354.

Tuesdays

  • Line dancing We meet between 7:00–10:00 pm. For more information, please contact Pat on (0161) 652 4361.

Wednesdays

Thursdays

  • Rainbows (the 5th Oldham: Holy Trinity Waterhead) meet between 6:15–7:15 pm.
  • Brownies (the 5th Oldham: Holy Trinity Waterhead) meet between 6:30–7:40 pm.
  • Guides meet between 7:40–9:00 pm.
    For further details, please contact Mrs Tracy Acton on (0161) 287 3290.

Please direct all new enquiries to  https://enquiryym.girlguiding.org.uk where you can register your child for the first time. To transfer to another Unit speak to your present Leader.

Fridays

Youth club (front)Youth club meet between 6:00–7:30 pm, in the Church Hall, run with staff from the Oldham Play Action Group (OPAG).
For further details, please contact the Vicar, Paul Monk, on (0161) 624 7708.
Please click here to see some recent photographs.

 

Saturdays

Craft group

Our drop-in Craft Club meets between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm. It’s open to all the community and caters for all ages and abilities, and there are disabled facilities.

The current age range is from 92 to 10 years old, including wheel-chair users.

Activities include water-colour painting, sketching, card-making, rug-making, tapestry work, knitting and picture-framing. There are varied stages of skill and experience, and a lot of mutual help and advice, all in a relaxed atmosphere and comfortable surroundings. Or you can just drop in for coffee, cake and a chat.

Other regular activities in the Hall

Occasional Hall users

  • Local council ward surgeries, as announced.
  • PACT meetings, as announced.
  • Parties such as birthdays, or wedding and baptism receptions. If you would like to hire our hall, please contact the Vicar, Revd Dr Paul Monk, on (0161) 624 7708 for a no-obligation quote and a chance to see our facilities.