Fundraising for local good causes and charities. For further details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07717 424619.
Ashtanga Yoga class
A strong flowing practice for mind and body (beginners to advanced): Mon 10.30-11.30am and Fri 10.30-11.45am Sherston village hall. More info – Stuart 07986 003602 email@example.com or www.pulse4life.co.uk
Sherston Baby and Toddler Group
The group is a fun way for babies, toddlers and their parents to meet and play. Meets at 10 -11.30am each Tues in the British School Rooms with toys for all stages from wrigglers to toddlers, craft activities, music and snacks for all, and a cup of tea/coffee for the deserving parent. For further details contact firstname.lastname@example.org or like us on Facebook for regular updates http://www.facebook.com/sherston.toddlers
Sherston Badminton Club
We play every Tues evening from 7.30pm in the Village Hall from Sept to the end of May. New members welcome – mixed ages (over 18) and abilities. For more information, contact. David Boyle 841587, 07740 188882 or email email@example.com
Sherston Brick Club
Brick Club is open to everyone who is a fan of LEGO, so all children of all ages, with only one rule – use your imagination to the maximum! We meet on alternate Fridays from 5.30 to 7pm in the Congregational Church, Cliff Rd. Free Entry
Meet every Weds during term time 5.45 – 7pm in the Scout Hut. All girls are welcome to join after their 7th birthday, but there is a waiting list. Visit https://www.girlguiding.org.uk and follow the parents link to register your interest, for all other queries contact Tawny Owl (Nicky) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Holy Cross Church
The Coffee Shop – Fair Trade tea and coffee with homemade biscuits and brownies – Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday 9.30am – 12 noon
Sunday services 8am Holy Communion; 1st and 4th – Holy Communion, 2nd – Worship Together – a service for all age groups preceded by breakfast at 9am, 3rd – Family Service preceded by breakfast at 9am See the Parish Life for more details
Sherston Community Choir
The community choir with conductor Trudi Baker meets at 7.30pm each Wed in term time in the British Schoolroom. £3 per session. All welcome. Further information from Sheila Cutcher email@example.com or 840067, or on Facebook.
Congregational Church – in The British Schoolroom.
11am Service, Communion every 2nd Sunday of the month led or hosted by Reverend Andrew Williams Tarling. Sunday School 10.15 – 11am use Cliff Road entrance. Alternating Mondays 8pm, Bible Study or Prayer Group Brick (Lego) Club alternate Fridays 5.30 – 7pm. Contact Minister – Andrew Williams Tarling –firstname.lastname@example.org /07921 390878 Admin/Bookings – Victoria Meheust – email@example.com Secretary.- Candi Williams Tarling – firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on Facebook.
Services every Sunday at 10.30am apart from 3rd Sunday in the month when service is held at Luckington.
For further details see the Parish Life
Church bell ringing
Practices are every Wednesday 7.30 – 9 pm. Call Geoff Martin 840375 or come along.
Sherston Magna Cricket Club
Junior and Senior indoor nets will start 3 Mar. Outdoor nets begin after Easter.
1st Sherston Cub Scout Pack
Cubs is open to both girls and boys aged between 8 and 10 ½ years old. The Pack has regular meetings on Friday nights in term times from 6.30pm to 8pm. There is a waiting list for Cubs, email email@example.com for an application form
Sherston Drama Group
The Drama group puts on plays and pantomimes in the Village Hall. If you are interested in taking part or helping out contact Sue Lehrer (Chairperson) firstname.lastname@example.org or 07780 661830
Drawing Classes in Sherston
Classes are held in the British Schoolroom during term times Weds either 10am to 12noon or 1.30 to 3.30pm. Students have individual attention and the classes are friendly and welcoming. We work on observational drawing in a range of media, pencil, watercolour crayon and pastel; subjects include plants and flowers, natural objects and still life groups. For further information please contact Heather Martin email@example.com or phone 840375
Sherston Whitewall Explorers
Explorers is open to both girls and boys aged between 14 and 18 years old, you don’t need to have previously been a member of Scouts or Guides to join us. We meet at the Scout hut on Friday nights between 8.30pm and 10pm during school term times, if you are interested please email firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain an application form
Sherston Town FC
The club plays in the Stroud league at Knockdown Park on Sat afternoons – spectators and new players welcome. For more details contact Pete Brock on 07912 777647 or email@example.com
‘Sherston Walks – a guide to local Rights of Way’, featuring 10 local walks is on sale at the Post Office. If you would like to learn more about the Footpaths Group contact Maggie Harries on 841047 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.sherstonwalks.org.uk
Independent sessions for all ages led by local outdoor learning specialist Niki Walden, that include an active after school club in Sherston and weekly curricular sessions at Luckington Community School. Occasional outdoor fun events offered too.
For further information please contact email@example.com
Fresh Air Fitness
1st Sherston Guides
Meet every Wed during term time 5.30-7.15pm at Sherston Village Hall. Girls are welcome to join after their 10th birthday, but there is a waiting list. Visit https://www.girlguiding.org.uk and follow the parents link to register your interest, for all other queries contact Fi Picton via firstname.lastname@example.org
The Hygiene Bank
Drop-off location in The Co-Op in Sherston and The George Vets, Malmesbury. The Hygiene Bank collects donations of new and unused hygiene products, which are then donated to local charities who are in desperate need of these items, for example, women’s refuges and young person’s hostels www.thehygienebank.com.
Sherston Netball Club
Training every Mon at 7.30pm at Westonbirt Leisure Centre. All ages and abilities welcome. £3 per session. For more info, please contact Lauren (07885 597429), Saara (07739 552336) or Kate (07792 064438).
Parish Council Meeting
Takes place on the 2nd Thurs each month at 7.30pm in the village hall. Minutes of meetings can be read online at http://www.sherston.org.uk. Further details contact the Clerk at email@example.com
Daytime and evening classes held in the village hall. Run by Saara Sharman, Chartered Physiotherapist. All ages and abilities welcome. For more details contact Saara on 07739 552336 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rattlebone Boules League
Consists of 48 teams playing in 3 Leagues Playing season Apr – Aug. For more information, contact Tony Towle on 840574.
1st Sherston Scout Troop
Scouts is open to both girls and boys aged between 10½ to 14 years old. We meet at the Scout hut on Tuesday nights from 7pm to 9pm during school term times. There is a waiting list for Scouts, email email@example.com for an application form
Meets at 2.30pm during summertime 2pm during winter in the British School Room, more details call Helen Quirk 840516.
Sherston Short Mat Bowls
Meet every Thursday at 7.30 p.m. in the Village Hall. New members welcome – bring flat shoes, we have the woods. For more information contact Tony Weedon 841377 or Anne Andrews 840941
Sherston Tennis Club
The tennis courts are located on Knockdown Road, next to the football pitch. If you’re interested in joining the club or using the courts, please contact Nic Riley on 840682 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherston Theatre Club
Excursions with a Sherston High Street-to-venue return coach service. Annual fee £20. See website for details www.sherstontheatreclub.co.uk or contact Helen Quirk on 840516 or email@example.com
A cycling club formed of enthusiastic road cyclists from Sherston and the surrounding area. There are regular rides each weekend morning with a fast paced group leaving first for an hour, followed by a longer club run. For membership and other information about the club, visit the website www.sherstonvelo.cc or email Mark Walsh at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherston Village Hall
Available for hire by all. Ideal for meetings, events, parties etc. For details Chris and Tony Weedon 841377 or email email@example.com
Village Hall 300+ Club
For an annual subscription of only £6, give yourself the opportunity of winning a cash prize in every monthly draw whilst supporting the Village Hall. If you would like to join, or need more information, contact the coordinator, Lin Prior on 840846 or firstname.lastname@example.org
WEA Sherston Arts, Literature and History Courses
The WEA (Workers’ Education Association) offers courses on the Arts, Literature and History in the British School Room, Cliff Road. For more information or to book a place contact Warwick or Pat Jones on 840764 or email@example.com
Sherston W.I. (Founded 1940)
Meetings on first Thurs of the month May– Sep in the Village Hall at 7.30pm and Nov – Apr in the British Schoolroom at 2.30pm. Jan & Oct no meetings but lunch/dinner. Visitors always most welcome £3.50. Further information: Secretary 07388 606785
Yoga for All
Avonvale Utd FC
The youth section trains at The Recreation Ground, Shipton Moyne every Saturday morning (from 1 Sep – 31 May) from 9.30am, with FA qualified coaches. We welcome boys and girls age 6+ of all abilities and confidences to enjoy the beautiful game, whilst developing at their own pace in a friendly and calm environment. For more details email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jo Hargreaves on 07518 017363
Boules at the Bull
Friendly boules club at the Red Bull Inn (Malmesbury Rd) – meets every Thurs at 7.15pm – any level. For the more competitive members, there is a team playing in the Cotswold Pétanque league. To enter, please contact Sue McKechnie on 840601 or email@example.com
Carer Support Wiltshire – Monthly carers café
4th Thursday each month 10.30am – 12pm at the Kings Arms Hotel, Malmesbury – come along to chat with other carers over a hot drink or two. CSW is a charity with a team of support workers who can provide information and support to carers living in Wiltshire, by phone or face to face, along with counselling and advice relating to your role. Free and confidential for anyone aged 18+. CSW offers the chance to have a break through social cafés, days out, activities, craft groups and complementary therapies. More details or to register for some support, visit www.carersinwiltshire.co.uk, email firstname.lastname@example.org or freephone 0800 181 4118 (01380 871690 from a mobile).
Castle Combe Colts Football Club
Join a charter standard club with CRB checked FA qualified coaches, fantastic playing & training facilities and a healthy inclusive culture – take a free 4week taster session. Currently recruiting for the following age groups: Mini-Kickers (Rec/Y1) U10 (Y5) U11 (Y6). Tel 837286 or email@example.com www.cccfc.co.uk
Easton Grey Parish Church
See Parish Life for details of services
Gauzebrook Church for Children
Children are welcome at all the services which are held in the Gauzebrook Group churches but there are some occasions which are particularly for them:
Junior Church is held at Court House, Hullavington at 11.00am now on the first Sunday of each month, except for August. This is for children from 3 to 11+. Any children under 3 need to be accompanied by an adult. Contact Becky Fisher 07974 030212 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Help a Hedgehog Hospital charity has a satellite hospital in Tetbury. Mary Hinton 07779 299224 www.helpahedgehog.org
Ingleburn Trefoil Guild
Meets on the 3rd Monday of the month, usually at St. Mary’s School Tetbury at 7.30 p.m. Lifts are available for non-drivers in the Sherston/Malmesbury area.
Details from Helen Price, 503187 or email@example.com
Link provides a voluntary car service for residents living in the Malmesbury area, taking those in need to hospital, the chiropodist, GPs’ surgeries and to visit sick relatives. For further information, prospective volunteers can contact the Link co-ordinator and volunteer support officer on 840861 9am-1pm
A well-established Montessori inspired Pre-School, for 2½ to 5 years old. Mon-Fri 9am-1pm, during term time. Government funding available and childcare vouchers welcome. Ofsted rated Outstanding For more information, call 840028, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
Malmesbury Area Board Meeting
For details see www.wiltshire.gov.uk/areaboards
Malmesbury Concert Band
Rehearsals on Fri evenings in Malmesbury, 7.15 – 9.15pm for performances at local bandstands. For further details see our website www.malmesburyconcertband.org.uk
or contact Tony Fleming, the Musical Director, on 575229 or email@example.com
Malmesbury Community Choir
The Malmesbury Community Choir is a non-audition performing choir that meets for rehearsals in the Old School Room at the Town Hall every Monday evening from 7.30-9.30pm. The waiting list is currently full for ladies, but we would always welcome extra men and young people between 14-21 years old. Membership is £50 per quarter, but membership for U18s is free and U21s is half price. For further information please firstname.lastname@example.org, visit the website at www.malmesburycommunitychoir.org or https://www.facebook.com/MalmesburyCommunityChoir.
Malmesbury Embroiderers’ Guild
The local branch holds monthly meetings at Little Somerford Village Hall. On alternate months there are Saturday workshops on a wide range of topics, and on the intervening dates there is a Tuesday evening talk at 7.30pm. We always welcome newcomers and occasional visitors, although pre-booking is essential for the workshops. Just turn up for the talks – non-members £5. For further information please phone Heather Martin 840375 or www.malmesburyembroiderers.blogspot.com
Malmesbury Film Society
Memorable new, classic and foreign films are shown at 7.30pm every 3rd Sunday of the month at St. Mary’s Hall, Malmesbury – no booking or membership necessary. Join us for unique films and an enjoyable evening out. See our website www.malmesburyfilmsociety.org.uk for details on all upcoming films.
Malmesbury Luncheon Club
Over 60s meet every Wednesday at midday in the Wesleyan Room of Malmesbury Town Hall for a chat and a 2 course lunch followed by tea or coffee, apart from during school holidays. £3.50 Please call Helen Churchill on 840080 if you’d like to attend. New members most welcome. Volunteers also needed to prepare and serve lunch, no washing up.
Malmesbury Rainbows, Brownies, Guides and Rangers
North Wiltshire Villages Flower Club
meets at 7.30pm on the 3rd Wed evening at Crudwell Village Hall. Members come from the surrounding villages to hear speakers and enjoy floristry demonstrations and do workshops and competitions. Further details call Margaret Stanford on 01285 770639
Rotary Club of The South Cotswolds
Meets at The Horse Guards Inn in Brokenborough each Mon at 7pm, with dinner served at 7.30pm.
Visitors are always welcome to our speaker meetings, as are guests and anyone interested in Rotary and in helping the local Community. Further details at website www.rcsc.co.uk or from Ian Pegg on 840986.
Tetbury Camera Club
Meets every Tues evening from Sept to end of May at 7.30pm in The Priory Inn, Tetbury. For more information and current programme visit http://tetburycameraclub.org.uk/ or call Liz Cooper 840482. Visitors welcome.
The walk lasts approximately 30-60 minutes – 3 levels available – and often ends with a cup of tea or coffee. Further information contact Rosie on email@example.com or 07917 599964. For a full list of walking groups in Wiltshire please visit https://www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/walkfinder/get-wiltshire-walking