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If you would like to have a go at square dancing (or you can square dance already), then why not come along and join us? Blue Diamonds are a friendly bunch of people, who enjoy square dancing and are happy to welcome new members.
Village Hall and Community Centre. Please take a look at our website for details.
Backgammon Club - Beginners welcome – enjoy or learn the art of backgammon. When Friday from 2-4pm Booking No booking required Please contact us for details
Chess Club - Beginners welcome, friendly tuition provided. Just drop in When Monday afternoons, 2pm-5pm Booking No booking required Please contact us for details
For knitters, crochet or needleworkers, of all abilities When Every Thursday from 10am to 12pm Booking No booking required Please contact us for details
Four hours of gaming for over-16s. When Every Thursday from 6pm to 10pm Booking No booking required Please contact us for details
Boley Park Community Hall is located next to the Co-op Superstore on the Boley Park estate. It has one large room of approximately 180 sq metres and a fully equipped kitchen. It is used for many regular community activites such as exercise classes, dance classes…
Book Club will be at St Andrew’s Church, every first Wednesday of each month, 7.45pm. An informal get together for book lovers. No set read just an opportunity to chat about books over a coffee and biscuits. All welcome.
We provide weekly, enjoyable arts activities, in all forms, to support the health and mental well-being of regular adult participants, in and around the Staffordshire Moorlands. Participants make a small voluntary contribution (£1-2) to help with overheads. Professional artists lead the creative writing and expressive arts sessions. …
Not for profit organisation ran entirely by volunteers from the local community. Proud to have revived Brereton Carnival, an annual FREE community event.