South Somerset Archaeological Research Group is a voluntary organisation based at Sutton Montis near Wincanton in Somerset.
The Group's aim is to support heritage and archaeological activities related to the archaeology in and around South Somerset. Members have the opportunity to take part in practical archaeological and local history research projects, as well as attend talks, outings and other events.
We hold several meetings a year at North Cadbury Village Hall. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! My name is Amanda and I run the art class which meets every Tuesday from 10am until 12pm. I introduce techniques and topics each week working mostly in pencil, charcoal, watercolour or acrylic. We explore a wide range of themes and other artists work. This is a friendly group meeting for fun and to learn new skills. We would welcome new people to the group whether you are a complete beginner or have some experience. If you are interested in joining us please email me at email@example.com or feel free to pop in and see what we do.
Camelot Short Mat Bowls Club was formed 30 years ago and is still going strong.
We meet every Monday evening from 7pm to 9.30and our members cover all abilities, from fairly new comers to quite experienced players.
If you think you might like to come along and give it a try, please do, you would be very welcome.
North Cadbury Bridge Club meet every Wednesday afternoon 2-5pm in North Cadbury Village Hall ( reading room) .
We play rubber Bridge using the ACOL system at intermediate level.
There is always a break for tea and biscuits and socialising.
We are a very friendly group who welcome all prospective new members.
Please contact Nicola Wilson on 01963 440642 for further information.
Held on the last Saturday of every month (apart from December when it is before Christmas).
This is an informal get together for coffee, tea and cake, and the monthly 200 club draw.
The Daisy Foundation offers pregnancy classes and antental education workshops as well as Baby classes. So whether it's pregnancy yoga, birth and baby education, baby massage/yoga or postnatal class for Mums, we have it all. Please contact Nici: 07791730123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
A 'walk-in' surgery is held by Dr. Taylor of Queen Camel Medical Centre on a Tuesday afternoon from 2pm.
We meet the third Wednesday of every month at 7.30 pm in the Village Hall. We are always delighted to welcome new members, so do come along and join us. Non-members and guests are welcome to join us at our monthly meetings for a fee of £2.
Contact - Chairman, Heather Keys-Toyer 01963 441657
Pilates classes are run by Karen Harris who has over 25 years’ experience in the fitness industry. They are held from 9 – 10 am on Tuesday mornings and are run on a course basis, each course being between 6 & 8 weeks long. As numbers are restricted all places need to be booked in advance.
Pilates is a form of exercise suitable for everyone. It helps to build core strength, flexibility and mindfulness. Exercises can be adapted to suit each individual as you work to your own abilities within the class. Karen can work with people who are recovering injuries or have disabilities. Most of the class is done on a mat on the floor, however, some people may need the assistance of a chair, pillow or some other kind of support.
For further information contact Karen on 07780 844485 / 01963 440522 or via email at email@example.com
Pay and Play for just £2 per session on Tuesday evenings from September through to June, from 18:15 to 20:45.
The club has 3 tournament tables - bats and balls are provided.
We play mainly doubles, as the club evenings are well attended, but some singles games are available towards the end of the sessions. We have a team in Division 3 of the Yeovil & District League.
For further information contact Carole Turner (01963 351571 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
We started the group 13 years ago, after leaving the WI.
We have approximately 20-25 members and meet in the Reading Room at 10.30 on the fourth Wednesday of the month. We have interesting speakers, monthly lunches , outings and raise money for local charities. We always welcome new members, so please drop in and have a coffee and see if you would like to join us!
North Cadbury Tennis Club is run independently to the Village Hall.
There are two hard surface all weather courts situated in the heart of the village, just behind the village hall and adjacent to the recreation area.
The club has around 100 members and has an active social and match programme.
Fees for joining are modest as we believe in the “sport for all” concept.
Club nights take place during the summer months on Monday evenings from 6pm. New members always welcome, please feel free to come along to try it out!
For membership details please contact Janet Montgomery email@example.com 07971756111 and Jane Braybon 01963 440660.
Courts are also available for hire to the public.