From Monday to Thursday we have many groups hiring our rooms, however, we do not organise any of their membership or information for any of our hirers, but the following information may give a general guide about groups you may be interested in.

Bolton District Speaking Club meets on a Monday evening every two weeks from 7pm for a 7:30pm start.  These meetings start at the beginning of September and run until April.

Bolton Cancer Survivors Choir sing every Monday from 7:30pm.

Tai Chi classes meet each Monday evening from 6pm to 7pm.

Christian Meditation meet on Monday at 7:30pm and Thursday afternoon at 2pm.

The Soroptimists International are a womens charity regarding women’s rights and issues and meet on the first and third Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm.

The Quaker Study group, called talks and thoughts, meet each Tuesday at 7:30pm and all are welcome.

Bolton Archaeology Society meet on the third Tuesday of each month and start at 7:30pm.

Workers Educational Association, based in Liverpool, provide Maths classes on Wednesday mornings 10-12am and English classes Wednesday afternoon 1-3pm during term times.

Cardiac Support meet on the third Wednesday of each month from 7pm.

Enjoy learning provide courses from October to March which include Spanish, Italian, History and Family History taking place on Mondays and Thursdays as well as some evening classes.

Company Solutions provide Volunteer management training, social media training and funding raising training for charities and arrange dates throughout the year.

Bolton Against Racism and City of Sanctuary usually meet on a Thursday evening and this can be a first or third Thursday of each month.

Friends of the Earth meet on the 4th Wednesday of each month at 8pm.

CND stop the war meet on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 7:30pm.

Circle Dancing meet every 2 weeks from September to June on a Thursday at 7:30pm.

SOBS (survivors of bereavement by suicide) meet on the 3rd  Thursday of each month.

All other building users hire our rooms after they arranged their own delegates and attenders for their meetings.