Clubs, Committees and Societies in Willersey Village.
Because of their inherent beauty, villages in the Cotswolds attract many visitors. If a village however has say too many holiday cottages or absentee landlords, then the usual activities can fade away.
Willersey fortunately does have a really vibrant commercial and social life.
As well as our churches, St Peter's &
the Methodist Church, our two pubs,
The New Inn & and
The Bell Inn,
here are some of the clubs and societies
which are important contributors to social life in Willersey and the surrounding area.
Yoga in Willersey Village Hall
Daytime classes are held in the Village Hall every Tuesday at 10:000am.
Previous experience is preferable but not essential. Full details from Roger
Gentle Exercise in Willersey Village Hall
Classes are held in the Village Hall every week.
Tuesday evening 7:30 to 8:30. Gentle Aerobics , low impact
Friday evening 5:30 to 6:30. Easy Exercise. ( Seated exercise)
For more information contact Mrs Gill O'Donoghue Tel: 01386 854830
Willersey Women's Institute
Meetings are held in the Village Hall on the second Monday of every month ( except August ) at 7:15pm.
New members and visitors are very welcome.
Willersey Village Hall Management Committee
Any meetings are held in the Village Hall.
The Chairman is Neville Jelfs
Willersey Table Tennis Club
We play on three tables in the Village Hall every Wednesday evening from from 7:00pm to 9:00pm.
and extend a warm welcome to new players of all abilities. If you are interested in playing, are 18 or over, please contact Mark Bridgeman on
852069 or 07976-111906 or email email@example.com.
Willersey Snooker Club
There is a full size snooker table in the Village Hall snooker room. If you are interested in playing snooker, are over 17
and a resident of Willersey or the surrounding area. Please contact Peter Taylor for a chat on
Willersey Pub Lunch Club
Meets on the first Tuesday each month at 12.30pm in The New Inn, Main St, Willersey WR12 7PJ and costs £5.50.
Contact: Wendy Sherwood
Willersey Friends of the School
Meetings are mostly held in the Village School.
Please contact Julie Wood.
Willersey Footlights Society
Run by a committee with Beccie Williams as the current Chairman
852011 and Mary Gittings as the current Secretary
Willersey Footlights have a
facebook page and also various videos on youtube.
Willersey Church and Village News
This is published monthly and delivered for free to every house in Willersey near the start of the month.
Paper copies are also available at St Peter's Church, the Methodist Church, Willersey Garage, The Meeting Place in Church Street and our two pubs, The New Inn & the Bell Inn and
the tourist Office in Broadway.
It is also published on this website a few days after the start of the month.
Please email items for the next edition by the 17th of the previous month to
Willersey Amateur Horticultural & Craft Show.
Held once a year in our Village Hall on the same day as our Village Fete.
Run by a committee with Mark Bridgeman as the chairman
Willersey Fete and Fun Dog Show.
Held once a year in the on our Village Greens
on the same day as the Horticultural Show.
Please contact Jess Ingles on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Weston Rural Cinema
Held in Weston sub edge Village Hall. Run by a committee with Chris Rossington and David White
Willersey Wednesday Club is an over 50s group, which meets fortnightly in the Village Hall at 2:30pm (on Wednesdays!) Any events or talks are followed by afternoon tea, sandwiches and cakes.
Usually we hold interesting events or have speakers. It's a great opportunity to get out of the house for an hour or so, and meet with other locals for a chat and social get-together.
If you are interested, come along and take a look for yourself. Terence Richardson 07527 398429
In 2001 at the 26th anniversary of its formation in 1975, Wednesday Club members enjoyed a most enjoyable talk on Quaint and Quirky Gloucestershire
by Mr Gordon Ottewell. His slides with amusing and informative commentary gave an insight into the many interesting churches, tombstones, follies and the like in the county from
the North Cotswolds to the South of the county and the Forest of Dean. Mr Ottewell was thanked by the chairman, Miss Helen Rhoden.
At the next meeting on April 11th the speaker was Mrs Rosemary Morris on Ecuador, Forests and Islands.
University of the Third Age - U3A
Meetings are mostly held in Willersey Village Hall but this U3A covers the North Cotswolds Area.
There are over 35 specialist subgroups. The Chairperson is Hilary Thornburgh.
Broadway Probus Club
Broadway Probus Club - for retired or semi retired business or professional men meets on alternate Thursday mornings - see our website for details.
The Secretary is Stephen Ward
Peter Sanderson's Rugby Tykes
Come and join the Fun! Mondays in Willersey Village Hall. For girls & boys aged 2 to 4 years 2:15 to 4:00pm and for
girls & boys aged 4 to 6 years 4:15 to 5:00pm.
Nomads Social Club
Meetings are held at The Court, Broadway.
Run by a committee with Terry Reid
Munch Bunch Lunch
Meetings are held in the Village Hall or the Methodist Church Hall.
Run by a committee. Contact Elizabeth Ingles
Brownies in Broadway
Learn more here.
Local Walks with the Cotswolds Voluntary Wardens
Meetings are held mostly outside in the country. For more information on
dates, starting point and lengths of walks, telephone
862000 or look in these Newsletters.
Thursdays in Willersey Village Hall. For children 4 to 8 years at 3:40pm.
For more about me and tennis.
Ken's Touch Tennis
Some pictures from our October event.
Croquet in Willersey
Play on the Lawn behind the Methodist Church.
Cotswold Volunteers North
Over 200 volunteers and many activities. We aim to reduce isolation and support independent living. Volunteering is enjoyable and rewarding. Some of our volunteers join us because they want to meet people,
some want to use the skills they have acquired during a lifetime of work and life experience; others want to learn new skills, perhaps to help them with future employment.
All of our volunteers want to be part of something that provides a valuable community service.
Cotswold Vale Embroidery Group
First Thursday of every month in Honeybourne Village Hall 9:30am to 12:30pm.
Contact Gillian Beale, Florizel, Lower Green on 01386 852958.
Bell Inn Golf Society
Meetings are held at various golf clubs.
Chairman Phil Bennett
Our Dementia Cafés are a great place to come along to and enjoy activities in a supportive environment.
The cafés are here to provide support and information for people living with mild to moderate Dementia, their carers, friends and family.
A Link to all our services.
Carley Edge Social Inclusion & Well Being Activities Co-ordinator
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