Monday 13th

Event:Lychee Red ‘Sharing Chinese Culture’ session.

Join our Lychee Red Chinese Elders group for a delicious Cantonese meal and a sharing of Chinese culture.

Live / Virtual : Live

Location: Beeston Village Community Centre, Beeston Park Place,
Leeds LS11 8DQ.

Date: Monday 13th

Time: 11.00am - 1.00pm

How to join : To book, phone 0113 2717231. Free to attend.

Event: Exercise 55+ with Keep Fit Julie

Exercise Class - why not come along and get involved? It's free to attend.

Live / Virtual : Live

Location: Beeston Village Community Centre, Health for All, Beeston Park Place, Leeds, LS11 8DQ

Date: Monday 6th, Monday 13th

Time: 9.30am - 10.15am

How to join : Call Julie on 07783 786776 to book your place

Event: Line Dancing Session

Join with Bramley Elderly Action at a Line Dancing session. A new group for mixed abilities. Fun way to exercise and learn new routines.

Live / Virtual : Live

Location: Bramley Community Centre, Waterloo Lane, Leeds, LS13 2JB

Date: Monday 6th, Monday 13th

Time: 3.15pm - 4.30pm

How to join : £3 per person, booking required. 
Please call Bramley Elderly Action on 0113 2361847 to advise of your attendance payment on the day. Please wear suitable footwear and clothing.

Event: Anti-Stigma Information Session

Age UK Leeds is a member of the Anti-Stigma Leeds Campaign. We want to help recruit more older people to volunteer as Mental Health Anti Stigma Champions in Leeds and need your help!!

Mental Health Anti Stigma champions are people with lived experience of mental health needs who campaign to end mental health discrimination. Attend our Anti-Stigma Information Session to find out how you can get more actively involved as a volunteer champion.

At this event we will hear from Steph Francis from Mentally Healthy Leeds who facilitates the Mental Health Anti Stigma Champions in their voluntary work. We will also be joined by established champions who will share their experiences of being part of the Anti-Stigma Campaign.

Live / Virtual : Live 

Location: Age UK Leeds, Bradbury Building, Mark Lane, LS2 8JA

Date: Monday 13th 

Time: 1.30pm - 3.00pm

How to join : To register for this event please sign up using this link
or call 0113 3893000 or 0113 3893010

Event: Come and enjoy a swim!

Come and enjoy a swim with a stunning backdrop of our beautiful Edwardian Baths. This swim session will be available to book between 12 - 1 every weekday throughout the festival. Simply quote "Age Pride Festival" to receive your discounted swim for just £2!

Live / Virtual : Live

Location: Bramley Baths, Broad Lane, Leeds, LS12 5NS

Date: Monday 6th, Tuesday 7th, Wednesday 8th, Thursday 9th, Friday 10th
Monday 13th, Tuesday 14th, Wednesday 15th, T
hursday 16th, Friday 17th

Time: 12 noon - 1.00pm

How to join : Booking required £2 per person
Please contact our reception on 0113 256 0949
or email

Event: Home-Start Leeds open day / drop in

Have you considered becoming a volunteer with Home-Start Leeds? There will be a visual slide show that showcases events that volunteers help out with, some of the work carried out by our volunteers as well as the benefits of volunteering with Home-Start Leeds. There will also be staff and current volunteers on hand to tell you more about our organisation, volunteer roles and answer any questions you may have.

Live / Virtual : Live

Location: The Courtyard, Hope House, 65 Mabgate, Leeds, LS9 7DR

Date: Monday 13th

Time: 1.00pm - 3.00pm

How to join : Although the event is a drop in booking will be essential as spaces are limited in order to comply with limiting the risks of coronavirus.
If you would like to book a place telephone the office on 0113 2442419 or telephone the event organiser direct Kacie on 07884 460041.

Event: The Purple List a gay dementia venture

After booking you'll be sent a link to watch the play on Youtube and should then join us for the live Q&A on 23rd.


It is a 35 minute, one-man play. It opens on Sam and Derek’s wedding day and goes on to explore the highs and lows of their lives as Derek’s dementia progresses.


Told from Sam’s point of view, the play is a touching, sad, yet often funny, insight into the lives of these two gay men as they navigate their way through the care system and the changes in their personal relationship. A stand-alone piece of theatre that can also be used as a training tool in a range of issues regarding dementia and diversity for those working in social care and for those caring for, or involved with people living with dementia.


The play hopes to raise awareness around the potential issues for those caring for someone with dementia in general, and the barriers to support which members of the gay community may perceive and experience. If you'd like to know more have a look on the website purplelisttheatre

This a film version of The Purple List, which will be accompanied by a live digital Q&A on 23rd September

Live / Virtual : Virtual

Location: At home

Date: Monday 13th 

Time: to suit you

Event: Asha Neighbourhood Project

We will  invite older and younger women in the community to bring some picnic food that represents their country of birth, race and ethnicity and wear traditional outfits to celebrate Age Proud. The  picnic in the park will give an opportunity for the older people to learn and create memories with a younger group to them.

We aim to celebrate the diversity of older people and to support everyone to overcome the barriers to their full inclusion and participation in our activity. The walk and picnic in the park will give an opportunity for the older people to learn and create memories with a younger peer group members.


The younger women will befriend the older women and keep the conversations flowing. Help them if they struggle to walk. Give them company if they cannot walk with the group. This will give them the time to reflect, relieve, and reassess their life, contributing to their mental and physical well-being. Improve social skills, family and friends and near neighbourhood relationships. 

Live / Virtual : Live

Location: Cross Flatts Park, Beeston, Leeds

Date: Monday 13th September

Time: 11.00am - 2.00pm

How to join : Just turn up - meet by the Pavilion cafe

Event: Digital 121 Drop-In

Having issues with your tablet, smartphone or laptop, or want to know how your device can help you improve your health, access library services and even save you money? Then come along with your device and talk to our friendly librarians at our Digital121 drop-in.


We’ll show you how to read books and magazines online, where to find apps to support your health, and answer any questions about digital you may have.

Live / Virtual : Live

Location: The Reginald Centre,, 263 Chapeltown Road, Leeds LS7 3EX

Date: Monday 13th

Time: 2.00pm - 3.00pm

How to join : Just turn up!

Event: Free Concert by City Organist Darius Battiwalla

Widor - Symphonie VI in G minor, Op 42, No 2

Fauré - Pavane

Demessieux - Rorate Coeli

Demessieux – Octaves


Our City Organist opens the Leeds Lunchtime Organ Music series with a rare chance to hear Widor’s entire Sixth Symphony. This year sees the centenary of the French virtuoso Jeanne Demessieux, and her spectacular study Octaves ends today’s recital. This concert will last approximately 50 minutes.

Live / Virtual : Both

Location: Leeds Town Hall, The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 3AD

Date: Monday 13th

Time: 1.05pm - 1.55pm

How to join : just turn up or request virtual tickets which will be available at closer to the time of the concert.

Event: Volunteering Drop-In

Interested in volunteering with Leeds Libraries? Come along to this friendly drop-in and find out more about our latest opportunity!


Reading Friends aims to connect people and start conversations through reading, providing opportunities to meet others, share stories, make new friends and have fun.

Live / Virtual : Live 

Location: Morley Community Hub,, Commercial Street, Morley, Leeds LS27 8HZ

Date: Monday 13th

Time: 11.00am - 1.00pm

How to join : Just turn up