|Activity||Project to build and manage a new village hall / community centre on George V playing fields|
|Activity||Project to build and manage a new village hall / community centre on George V playing fields|
|Activity||Members work on their own patchwork and quilting projects.|
|Details|| This is an informal and friendly group of enthusiastic people who work on their own particular patchwork projects. Members of the group will happily share their expertise and offer help and advice to anyone who wants to learn the skills and techniques involved.
Members pay £2 a week subscription.
|Contact||Pat Baker||Phone||01934 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Activity||Playing short mat bowls.|
|Details||7:30pm Mondays, October-March, at Congresbury Bowling Club. All welcome. Visit the club website|
|Activity||There is a Championship 18 hole Course, a 9 hole Lakeside Course and a 14 Bay Driving Range available to the public seven days a week.|
|Details||In addition to our golf activities our Clubhouse is able to offer Bar/ Restaurant facilities and function rooms which again are available to use and hire by the public as are our barns which have been converted into
Sunday Lunch is also available between Noon & 3pm booking is advisable tel: 01934 853080
Please visit our Web Site.
|Contact||The Secretary||Phone||01934 email@example.com|
|Activity||Camping, craft and other outdoor activities|
|Details||2nd Congresbury Guides ages 10 to 14
1st Congresbury Brownies ages 7 to 10
1st Congresbury Rainbows ages 5 to 7
|Contact||Jackie Fox||Phone||01934 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Activity||Acro gymnastics for boys and girls between 4.5 and 16 yearsTaster session for £1. Sessions are held at St Andrew’s Junior School Hall on Fridays from 4 to 5pm for general gym and 4-7pm Fridays plus 4-6pm Mondays for competition group. Coaches are BGA registered, qualified in Acro gymnastics and CRB checked.|
|Contact||Sheila Mounsdon||Phone||01934 email@example.com|
|Activity||Playing badminton. Ladies only – no coaching.|
|Details||Meets at War Memorial Hall – Monday and Thursday mornings|
|Contact||Mrs Christine England||Phone||01934 833808|
|Activity||Monthly Committee meetings open to all members. First Monday of each month.|
|Details|| Fund raising, benevolence, etc. Poppy Appeal mid October to mid November. Occasional quiz or coffee morning.
Registered welfare caseworkers Mr and Mrs C Dyer.
Any one interested in joining the RBL should contact Mr Dyer.
For information regarding the Poppy Appeal please contact Mr Irving Prowse on 01934 832004.
|Contact||Mr C E Dyer||Phone||01275 872635|
|Activity||Nature conservation events, practical work and education for all ages.|
|Details||Please visit our web site for latest programme and Newsletter.|
|Contact||Win Lowman||Phone||01934 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Activity||The Scout Association provides adventurous activities and personal development.|
|Details||The Scouts meet at the Scout Hut at Mill Leg on Monday at 7:00pm finishing at 9:00pm in the Summer and at 8:30pm in the winter months.|
|Contact||Geoff Bailey||Phone||01934 email@example.com|
|Activity||Offering all women the opportunity to take part in informal discussions, to promote confidence, friendship and a better understanding of others’ points of view.|
|Details||Feel free to air your opinions and widen your horizons. Find friendship and fun: join in our interesting discussions. NWR also offers an annual National Conference, day conferences, workshops, area meetings, local quizzes as well as Postal Book Groups, Correspondence Magazines, and a Penfriend Group. We are a registered charity and neither lobby nor raise money for any causes.|
|Contact||Liz English||Phone||01934 834333|
|Activity||Watercolour painting group. Also experimenting with acrylics, pastels and other mediums.|
|Details||A friendly group of local people who meet every Wednesday, during term-time, at The Old School Rooms, Congresbury from 10 o’clock until 1 pm. A mixed ability group ranging from beginners to more experienced painters who all learn from each other and also from tutors as and when funds allow.|
|Contact||Jenny Byett||Phone||01934 835435/td>||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Activity||Puddle Ducks offer unique baby swimming, toddler swimming and child swimming classes. Children can join the structured swimming classes at any age from birth.|
|Details||Puddle Ducks is a fun and friendly swimming programme offering unique baby swimming, toddler swimming and child swimming classes across the UK. Classes are packed full of fun with lots of music and rhyme.
Babies and children can join our small, structured swimming classes at any age from birth; developing from water babies to confident swimmers without even realising they are learning to swim. By engaging each child’s abilities and natural affinity with water, Puddle Ducks offer simple steps to a lifetime love of swimming. Children learn lifesaving, swimming and underwater skills and are often able to swim 10 metres or more before they start school.
Puddle Ducks is a national children’s franchise network. It was hatched in 2001 and teaches thousands of babies to swim, be safe and have fun every week. All teachers are fully qualified and CRB checked. Intensive Puddle Ducks training ensures incredibly high teaching standards and all our teachers are absolutely passionate and dedicated to baby swimming and toddler swimming.
Puddle Ducks Bristol and Bath was established in 2008 by Sarah Peacock. It has not taken long for the Puddle Ducks word to spread locally and classes are now being offered in
Congresbury at the club at Cadbury House. Other local classes take place in Redhill (near Bristol Airport) at the Plush Hotel and also on Sunday afternoons at The Campus in Weston super Mare.
|Contact||Sarah Peacock||Phone||0117 971 email@example.com|
|Activity||Rugby for all ages.|
|Details||Yatton is a traditional village rugby club. We currently run 3 senior men’s sides and have a full mini and junior section starting from the age of 5. In addition we also run very successful girls teams at under 15’s and under 18’s. Pop along and take a look.
Click here for Web Site.
|Contact||Ian Rudge||Phone||07872 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Activity||Variety of speakers, occasional Members’ Evenings.|
|Details||All age groups welcome. Normally between 25 and 30 attend. Meetings on fourth Wednesday of every month September to April at 7:45pm in the Methodist School Room. For the full programme – see What’s On|
|Contact||Jenny Loach||Phone||01934 email@example.com|
|Activity||The Scout Association provide Adventurous Activities and also Personal Development.|
|Details||Explorer Scouts is the fourth section of the Scout Association for those aged 14-18, male or female. Spartans are located in Sandford Scout Hut, but are linked to Congresbury, Winscombe and Banwell Scout Groups.
We meet on Mondays 7.30pm – 9.30pm, however, we don’t always meet at Sandford it depends on the Termly Programme created by the Explorers themselves.
|Contact||Gareth Thomas||Phone||01934 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Activity||Club open every evening from 5:30pm in the War Memorial Hall. Two full size tables. League play available for more serious players.|
|Details||The lights over the tables are paid for by tokens available from the Social Club bar in the War Memorial Hall.|
|Contact||Irving Prowse||Phone||01934 832004|
|Activity||Lawn green bowling from April to September for men and ladies of all ages from junior up to the most senior. Short Mat bowls is played indoors in the clubhouse from October to March.|
|Details||Please visit our Web Site|
|Activity||All sorts of children’s activities.|
Messy Stay and Play PEEP from September – December 10 weeks course
Baby Massage – Babies from 6weeks – 12 months
Inbetweenies – Group for parents with children aged 1-3years
|Contact||Vicky Winsper or Debbie Pope||Phone||01934 426643||Central.Children’sCentres@n-somerset.gov.uk|
|Activity||Non-competing brass band.|
|Details||Details An established, friendly brass band who play at village fetes, bandstands, carol services etc, raising money for charitable causes where they can. We welcome players of all standards, and have even tempted several returning players to pick up their instrument for the first time in over 10 years! We play a variety of music old and new, classical and light and seek to support any personal favourites. Practices are on a Friday evening 7.30 – 9.30 in the Methodist Church Hall, Congresbury, where we support and encourage each other to play to our best in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere that rounds off the week. There are some instruments available on a free-loan basis.|
|Contact||Stuart Lovell||Phone||07986 007829||www.congresburybrass.com|
|Activity||Bell ringing in St Andrew’s Church.|
|Details||We are a secular band of Bell Ringers who aim to develop and maintain ringing skills in a friendly environment making use of one of Congresbury’s hidden treasures – the fourth heaviest peal of 8 bells in the entire World. Three of these bells date from 1606. We ring for Church Services including Weddings as required and we practice virtually every Wednesday evening between 7.45 and 9.00pm and offer a warm welcome to visiting ringers and indeed anyone who would like to see what we do with a view to perhaps taking up bell ringing – please ring first for details.|
|Contact||John L Dunster||Phone||01934 email@example.com|
|Activity||Drop-in play session for parents, grandparents and carers with children aged 0-3 years.|
|Details||Every Thursday (term-time) between 9.15am and 11:45am in the refectory. An opportunity to meet other local parents, grandparents or carers with children. There are a variety of toys and games and children are offered a drink and biscuit/snack. CRB checked volunteers will invite children into a different room for about an hour each session to give parents a break and an opportunity to take part in a creative activity and enjoy a hot drink. (Parents do not have to leave their children if they would prefer not to). Sessions are free, but donations are welcome. Booking required on the Wednesday evening before each session on the number below.|
|Contact||Monica White||Phone||01934 833850|
|Activity||Under 5’s education – learning through play|
|Details||We are a well-established Pre-school in the village of Congresbury, founded over 25 years ago in the old school rooms. We have grown considerably over the years and are lucky to have our own portakabin building with a lovely spacious garden within the grounds of St Andrew’s Primary School. We now offer places to all children from 2 to 4 year olds. All staff have recognised childcare qualifications and years of experience in supporting children to reach their full potential as set out in the statutory framework for the Early Years Foundation stage. This states that as practitioners we must consider the individual needs, interests and stages of development of all children in our care. We provide opportunities and activities that enable the children to develop their skills in all areas of learning in line with their individual needs.|
|Contact||Teresa Turner||Phone||01934 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Details||Please visit our Web Site.|
|Contact||Kieran Palmer||Phone||01934 email@example.com|
|Activity||Monthly meetings with varied speakers and occasional visits of friendship.|
|Details||Non-political, non-religious group. Meeting second Wednesday of each month at 7:45pm at the Methodist Hall, Congresbury.
You will find more information about the W.I. on our Web Site.
|Contact||Mrs W Manning||Phone||01934 838209|
|Activity||Provides football facilities for both junior and senior players.|
|Details||Please visit our Web Site.|
|Contact||Chris Sherwin||Phone||01934 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Activity||Congresbury Footpaths Group was founded in March 1993 with the aim of ensuring that the footpaths within the village boundary were walked regularly. This is still done today, although walks are not confined to the village and the Group will often travel to neighbouring counties, especially for the Sunday walks.|
|Details||There are two walks per month – on the first Tuesday and the third Sunday. Tuesday walks are in the morning and are about 2 to 4 miles in the vicinity of the village or locations nearby. Sunday walks are planned for the day and can be from 5 to 9 miles and are further afield. Bluey, the village mini-bus is used on Sundays to transport members. Meetings are held twice a year to plan the walks programme. There is a summer outing in July to the seaside, where there is a choice of activities, from an energetic ramble to a lazy day on the beach. In the Autumn members enjoy a weekend away, for many years in Devon, but now we’ve ventured as far as Cornwall. A traditional Boxing Day walk attracts a good number of villagers and guests. Membership costs £2.50 per year and there is a small cost levied for each walk, plus a charge for Bluey, The group is covered by insurance. The winter and summer programmes and posters for each walk are posted on the 3 village noticeboards, on the village website and in the library. Details of each walk are also printed in the local newspapers, magazines and the village diary. New walkers are always welcome, and their dogs, where allowable.|
|Contact||Mary Abbott||Phone||01934 email@example.com|
|Julia Koblizek||01934 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Activity||To promote an interest in Allotments and Gardens. Encourage good practice, enjoyment and the benefits of having an allotment. Help and advise members on cultivation and sustainability. Liaise with the Parish council on matters concerning the allotments site and its environs.|
|Details||Congresbury Allotments and Gardeners Association was formed to represent the tenants of Congresbury Parish Council who rent a plot on the Bristol Road Allotments. Membership gives the opportunity to obtain 50% discount on seeds from Kings and of 10% on garden supplies purchased from the Garden Park centre, 2 miles down the A370 at the left turn for Puxton. The allotments shop will open on 4 consecutive Saturday mornings in Spring for the sale of bamboo canes, Growmore and slug pellets. Non-allotment holders are welcome to join and will enjoy the same discount benefits as allotment holders. Please visit our Web Site|
|Contact||Rod Stephens (833512). Janet Dickson (835055). Dave Miles (832893) (all 01934)|