Regular Events

  Wednesdays 10.30am - 12 noon 

  Coffee Mornings in St Giles' Church. Everyone is invited for coffee in the Tower Room (or outside in the  Churchyard, if the weather is good). There is no charge - this is a social get-together, not a fundraiser.

  [Information about Church Services and other church-related events can be found here]

Tuesdays 10.00am - 11.30am

Yoga Classes in the Village Hall, suitable for all ages and abilities. Cost is £6.50 per class - more details here.

Tuesdays 7.00pm - 8.00pm

Legs, Bums & Tums in the Village Hall. All over body toning. Fun and friendly class, suitable for all ages and abilities. Mats/light hand weights provided. £5 per class/pay as you go. Contact Lorraine Sutton (07488 281 671) or see poster here.

Wednesdays 9.30am - 10.30am

Dance & Keep Fit Classes in the Village Hall, specifically tailored for individual needs... Cost is £40 per term (for a 10-week term) or £5 per week on the door. More details here.

Thursdays 9.30am - 10.30am & 10.45am - 11.45am

Pilates Classes in the Village Hall, suitable for men and women of all ages and fitness levels. Cost is £40 for 5 classes (or £5 for the first one). For more details contact Catherine Pawsey (07814 459 683) or see poster here.

Fridays 9.30am

WI Walking Club. Everybody welcome - meet outside Smudgers in Church Street

Diary Dates

 

2019

 
Friday 20 December Carols Round the Village - starting at the Village Hall at 7.00pm and followed by mulled wine and light refreshments. Poster here.
Friday 27 December Christmas Village Walk - starting from the Village Hall at 11.00am. Cost: £2.50/person – dogs & children free. Half-way drinks + refreshments. Poster here.
Saturday 28 December Winter Beer Festival & Christmas Party - in the Village Hall from 7.00-11.00pm. Tickets £16 from Julie Ingram (01787 463 637) or Ann Crisp (01787 460 216) - food & drink included. More details here.
   
2020  
Friday 10 January Pub Night – in the Village Hall from 7.30-9.30pm. Join us, unwind and enjoy an informal social evening, play Kurling (back by popular demand) or just have a chat. Bring your own drinks and nibbles. More information here.
Monday 20 January WEA Spring Course - in the Village Hall. The theme: Seven Britishers of Note - a seven-week course covering people who have had a profound effect on the deveplopment of the UK.  First complimentary session starts at 6.30pm with drinks and nibbles. More details here.
Saturday 25 January Greyhound Racing Night - in the Village Hall. Starts at 7.00pm. Tickets £12.50 (to include a Fish & Chip supper) from Martin or Jo Watson (01787 469 857). More information here.