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Village Hall and Community Centre. Please take a look at our website for details.
Join us for Bright Babies Every Monday 11:15 am until 12:15 pm play, learn and grow. Toys, activities, crafts and more. Suggested ages Birth to 4 years. Sorry, no older children or siblings for this session.
The boards are out, do you fancy a game? Turn up and see if you can learn a new skill. Grab a game with someone or bring a friend with you. No need to book, although your welcome too. Its free to join in. Tuesday's…
Led by Debbi Silcock - a local multimedia artist who has shown her work in some very prestigious galleries, you will learn and hone your skills in various genres of arts and crafts: traditional crafts, modern and culturally diverse in this fascinating weekly sessionsSuitable for…
A weekly group for needle work enthusiasts.Beginners WelcomeA welcoming group who enjoy being creative with a mixture of traditional fabrics. Learn to Knit and Crochet, or begin your own sewing project. Whilst enjoying the company of like minded individuals.
Our parent / carer toddler group, aimed at 12 months to Pre-school. This is a great way to give you toddler confidence before nursery, a session packed full of play and activities, a great introduction and start into early learning. Group run by Cath our…
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…
COVID is currently affecting our service delivery. We provide a weekly creative writing group via Zoom. We also post out art packs which we follow up with monthly Zoom drop-ins. We keep in touch with people who don't have internet access by phone and post. Our arts…
Not for profit organisation ran entirely by volunteers from the local community. Proud to have revived Brereton Carnival, an annual free community event.
Bradwell Community Centre is used for many regular community activites such as exercise classes, dance classes, gardening clubs, parent and toddler sessions, theatre classes, youth clubs and much, much more. Please contact us for futher details.