All Saints Centre Kings Heath

A purpose-built centre in the heart of Kings Heath, attached to the historic All Saints Church and fronted by the newly developed Village Square.

Regular Events and Clubs

All Saints Youth Project

The project includes:

  • Youth club for mainstream young people and those with additional needs, Tuesdays and Thursdays 6:30-8:30
  • Youth Achievement Awards
  • Support moving from primary to secondary school, Wednesdays 3:30-5:30
  • After School Drop In, Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30-5:30
  • Holiday scheme for mainstream young people and young people with additional needs
  • An arts and craft parent drop-in
  • A variety of support groups for parents, families and carers

More info on the Youth Project’s own website

Parent Project

The Parent Project is part of the Youth Project.  All Saints Centre has a strong commitment to developing an inclusive project open to all young people, regardless of ability or background, to support their transition from adolescence to adulthood.  The Parent Project was created to enable us to deliver a more integrated approach by addressing the needs of the family.

Open 10am to 5pm Monday-Thursday and 10am-1pm Friday.  Drop in to find out what is going on, phone 441 4106 or 444 7877, or find out more on the Youth Project’s own website

Elders Lunch Club

Open to all older people, this club is run by church volunteers each Wednesday at 12 noon.

More info from Liz Turner, 0121 604 6086

Jubilee Club, for people over 55

This event is not currently available

The Club offers you the prospect of enjoying good company and having fun. We provide many different activities, including a gentle exercise session, supervised by friendly, experienced members of Staff.  A light lunch and refreshments are included in the charge to attend.  You will need to be able to make your own transport arrangements to and from the club.  Come and take advantage of a free taster session. If required, lunch may be ordered for a minimal fee.

For enquiries:
Telephone: 0121 483 4400
We look forward to meeting you.  You will be made very welcome.

Scouts, Cubs & Beavers

1st Midland B-P Scout Group for boys and girls, Fridays 18:45 – 21:30 in the Hall.

Beaver Scouts – six to eight years.
Cub Scouts – aged between 8 and 10½ years
Scouts and Senior Scouts – learn various skills, such as map reading, camp cooking and first aid in preparation for camp.

More info from Teanah Rowland email: tel: 07835327297

Tae Kwon Do

Tae Kwon Do for boys and girls combines combat and self-defence techniques with sport and exercise.

One group runs on Mondays 5:45 – 8:15

The other runs on Wednesdays 5:45 – 7:15

Contact 07843 046221 or email Toby

Caroline's Fitness, Weight Management and Zumba

The group meets on Friday mornings 10:00 – 11:00 in the Hall.

Email Caroline Willey for more information or call her on 441 2460

Christian Meditation

This silent meditation group has been meeting in the Moseley area for some 20 years.  It now meets at All Saints Centre on Monday evenings 19:45 – 20:45 in the Chapel Room, and welcomes new members.  For more information contact Joy Cheek on 0121 443 4625.

Seventh Day Adventists

The Seventh Day Adventists meet on Saturday mornings 09:30 – 12:00.  More info from Joy Thompson 440 1354

All Saints Badminton Club

Wednesday evenings, 8-10pm in the Main Hall

All Saints Badminton Club has been playing for over 50 years.  We are a friendly mixed ability club – we usually play mixed doubles – everyone over the age of 14 welcome.  You will usually get at least three games.

FIRST NIGHT FREE – why not give us a go, after that it’s £5 a night or £85 for the season – which ends in June 2016.

To find out more just turn up or call Des on 0121 443 5292

University of the Third Age

Moseley, Kings Heath and District U3A is part of the national network of U3A (University of the Third Age) groups across the UK.

We welcome retired or semi-retired people, irrespective of race, religion, sexuality, age or politics.  We draw upon the knowledge, experience, skills and enthusiasm of our members, learning from, and with each other.  No formal qualifications are needed, or given. 

We hold monthly meetings on a range of topics; there are around 40 different Interest Groups run by our members; and we hold social events, including cinema and theatre trips, lunches and day trips.

For further information see the website or contact our membership secretaries Chris and Greg Bellamy on 0121 449 2470 or by email

Spanish Classes for Children

This activity is no longer available


Move with Peppa

This event is currently not available.


Youth Work on the Village Square

Monday to Thursday, 3-5pm
Friday 2-4pm

Swingball, Connect 4, Giant Jenga, Badminton
Lots of fun activities all for free

Kung Fu Kickboxing

Bored with the gym?  Want to stay fit, have fun and learn something useful at the same time?  Why not try training in Kung Fu/kickboxing?  Here at Playfighter you will enjoy a friendly and relaxed atmosphere where you will be able to work hard and play harder.  Your instructor, Stefan Wilson, is a former International Kickboxing Champion teaching Kung Fu for well over 25 years.  You are in safe hands!

As you progress, you will not only become physically fit and flexible but also build up your resilience, discipline and self-awareness – and although we all work hard to push ourselves beyond our perceived limits, there is room for fun, laughter and playfulness along the way!

Classes run from 8.30-9.30pm every Thursday.  For further details email playfighter or call Stefan Wilson on 07929 262 777

Clarion Singers

Birmingham Clarion Singers were established in 1940, and continue into the twenty first Century with songs and music from a long established workers’ tradition.  They have a wide repertoire, from folk to classical, from ballads to African choral works.  They are a socialist choir, and support the road to peace, justice and equality for all.

The choir meets weekly on Wednesdays during term time.  Rehearsals run from 7:30 to 9:30 and are open to anyone – no auditions.

More details from Annie Banham, email

Rethink Mental Illness

This group no longer meets at All Saints.   More info from Debbie Wallace

Village Square Gardening Club

Collect a volunteer’s form from the Welcome Desk to join this club, which meets every Wednesday from 9:30am to 1:30pm.

Birmingham Careers Service

Birmingham Careers Service is at All Saints Youth Project to help you get fixed up.

Aged 16-19?  Struggling to find a job, apprenticeship or suitable education?  Confused about what to do next?

Drop in at the Youth Project Tuesdays 2-4pm

For further help and advice or information ring 0121 675 6105

Eduark First Class Learning

This event is not currently available


Tea, Cake and Music Afternoons

TEA, CAKE and MUSIC afternoons (TCM) on Thursdays

Aimed at anyone over 55 who is a little bit lonely and would like 90 minutes of conversation with tea or coffee and cake, with a pianist playing music.

3pm – 4.30pm Every Thursday

Reserved Tables in the Café
£1.00 per week to join the TCM “club” ( tea, coffee and home-made cake worth £3.50)
It will be your group – initially 20 places available
Just turn up or for more information call:
Des on 0121 443 5292 or Margaret on 0121 444 7767

Come along if you are over 55 and you will be welcome

This new scheme is supported by the Ageing Better Fund and All Saints Church


This activity is no longer available