Local Groups, Clubs & Societies

  • 2nd Fleet Boys’ Brigade We are part of a National & International uniformed organisation for boys from the age of 5 –18 years and meet at Fleet Methodist Church, Reading Road South, during term times. Tel: 01252 653038, Email: bb-2ndfleet@hotmail.co.uk www.boysbrigade.org.uk for more information.
  • 2nd Fleet Girls’ Brigade is an international and interdenominational Christian organisation. We meet at Fleet Methodist Church on a Monday evening, and have fun playing games, making craft, and trips out. From year R to 18 we currently have spaces in all age groups. For more information email siangamble@ hotmail.co.uk
  • Accessible Boating is a charity offering opportunities for disabled people or those with access difficulties to go boating on the Basingstoke canal from Colt Hill Wharf, Odiham. Contact us on 07934 926683 or visit www.accessibleboating.org.uk
  • Air Cadets for boys and girls from 12-18 years old with a spirit of adventure and an interest in aviation. Contact Flt Lt Lynda Bradley 01252 515143 also www.2407aircadets.org/
  • Albert Social Club welcomes new members Club has Pool & snooker tables. TV on 10ft screen. Bingo on Mondays at 8.pm and poker on Wednesdays at 7.30pm. Private function room for hire. Details go to www.albertsocialclub.com or contact secretary on 07876 568617.
  • Aldershot Branch, British Model Soldier Society meets on the third Thursday of each month, except Dec., at 7.45pm at Willis Hall, Sandy Lane, Church Crookham. Call 01252 621056 or e-mail t.b.wright@btinternet.com
  • Aldershot Militaria Society We meet on the last Thursday of every month. New members welcome. We have speakers/ members giving talks on various subjects. We meet at Aldershot Military Museum, Queens Avenue GU11 2LG. Contact the chairman Colin Day on 01784 491695.
  • All Saints Ladies Group meet on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month in St Philip & St James Church Hall at 8pm for a speaker, games or quizzes. For more information contact us on 01252 627848.
  • AMICA is a friendly 50+ social group for the Hants/Berks/Surrey border communities. We extend a warm welcome to single and unattached people interested in wide-ranging weekday and weekend events. Visit www.amica.club or contact Pauline on 01483 502331.
  • Ancells Dance Club Ballroom, Latin, Sequence. New members always welcome, Tea Dance Thursdays 2 - 4pm, dance outings and holidays arranged. Contact Rosemary on 07803 047009.
  • Avondale Tennis Club Situated behind Redfields Garden Centre, Church Crookham where we have 6 floodlit all weather courts and play social and league tennis all year round. Coaching available for all ages including Mini Tennis for children 3-10. Phone 01256 702340 for membership or see website www.avondaletennisclub.co.uk.
  • Basingstoke Canal Society act as guardians of the Basingstoke Canal and welcome new members to help with maintenance and improvements, crew the ‘John Pinkerton II’ trip boat and to participate in talks and other social events. Members receive a quarterly magazine and a bi-monthly bulletin. Contact Doreen Hornsey on 01252 623591 or visit www.basingstoke-canal.org.uk
  • Bowenhurst Bridge Club Friendly, social, duplicate Bridge Club meets Thusdays 9.45am – 12.45pm at Church of Our Lady, Kings Road. New members welcome. Contact Wendy Hylden, Secretary, 01252 711919.
  • Bowling at Pyestock B.C. is fun, friendly and competitive. Located at Cody Sports & Social Club with a bar and function rooms. We welcome all ages and abilities to one of the friendliest clubs in the area. Contact Sec. Mick 01252 650916.
  • Brendoncare Clubs run 4 weekly clubs, including weekend and lunch clubs, for older people in Fleet. The clubs provide fun, friendship, activities, games, speakers, trips out and more. Call 01962 857099, email clubs@brendoncare.org.uk, or visit www.brendoncare.org.uk/clubs

  • Church Crookham Garden Society We are a friendly club for gardeners of all abilities. Two shows are held annually in the Spring & Summer including novice classes. Activities are organised throughout the year, including an annual guided RHS tour. Visit www.ccgsoc.org.uk
  • Church Crookham WI warmly welcomes visitors. A varied programme of speakers is organised. We meet on the 1st Thursday of the month at 2.15pm in the Memorial Hall Sandy Lane. Call 01252 672358.
  • Cody Farnborough Amateur Operatic Society An award winning local musical theatre company, producing two productions each year at the Princes Hall in Aldershot. We rehearse at Velmead Junior School on Tuesdays & Thursdays and always welcome new members. www.cfaos.co.uk.
  • Cody Sports and Social Club We are looking for new members and have a function/meeting room for hire. Well behaved dogs and children welcome. See www.codyssc.org.uk or contact Anna on 01252 543009.
  • Cove Brass Friendly Brass Band rehearse on Tuesday evenings from 7.30pm at Cove Methodist Church. New players welcome. Free taster lessons for beginners of any age. Contact Chris on 07790 574790 or visit www.covebrass.co.uk
  • Crondall Entertainers is a thriving dramatic group, with three productions per year (plays, revues & pantos). We rehearse in The Old Gym (behind Crondall Village Hall). See website www.crondall.com or tel 01252 616991.
  • Crondall Petanque Club A friendly club who play all year on a terrain at Bowenhurst Golf Club. New members are welcome – no experience necessary - come along for a practice session (boules provided). Call Brian Armes on 01252 650994 or visit www.crondallpetanque.org.uk
  • Crookham Street Social Club welcomes new members. Friendly Atmosphere, Snooker Room and Pool Table, Main Hall and Function Rooms available for hire. For further information contact Maureen Beagly 01252 664371.
  • Crookham Village Duplicate Bridge Club is a small friendly club and would welcome new members. We meet every Monday and Friday evenings at the Holy Trinity Church, Aldershot Road, Church Crookham. Contact Chris Harnett on 01252 546342.
  • Crookham Village WI A small friendly group, meeting on 1st Wednesday of the month, 7.45pm in WI Hall. Speakers, outings, social events, fun and friendship. Call Secretary, 012152 625259.
  • Dogmersfield Cricket Club are looking to recruit players for our senior Saturday/Sunday teams as well as all our Colts teams. A friendly club set in a picturesque village setting. Contact Jeremy 07850 279113 (Adults). Steve 07966310772 (Colts).
  • Elvetham Community Choir We are a friendly, non-auditioned choir which meets on Tuesdays, 7.45pm, at the Key Centre on Elvetham Heath. Our repertoire includes pop, folk, musicals and light classics. Call Richard 01252 642259. www.elvethamcommunitychoir.co.uk
  • Farnborough Bowling Club warmly welcomes new members. Coaching available. For details visit our website www.farnboroughbowls.co.uk, email coach@farnboroughbowls.co.uk or tel Michael Andrews 01252 811281.
  • Farnborough District Motor Club organises and promotes local club-level sporting events for road-going and specialist cars. Get involved by being a Marshal, Volunteer, Officiate, Spectator or Competitor. Family friendly & accessible to everyone, you do not need to have car. www.FDMC.org.uk
  • Farnham Geological Society holds meetings at The Maltings, Farnham every second Friday of the month at 8pm. Call to find out more contact our Membership Secretary Sally Pritchard on 02392 783465 or visit www.farnhamgeosoc.org.uk
  • Farnham Humanists meet for monthly Sunday evening talks and discussions on topics of general interest, and first Wednesday of each month for a pub drink and conversation. People from North East Hampshire are welcome. Visit www.farnham.humanist.org.uk or email info@ farnham.humanist.org.uk
  • Farnham Mixed Social Touch Rugby Club Ladies and Gents aged 18 - 60+. Wednesdays 7.30-8.30pm at Farnham Rugby Club, Monkton Lane, Farnham, GU9 9ND. No experience necessary, a great way to have fun, make new friends and keep fit. Contact: David Jeffs 01252 684858 or facebook.
  • Farnham U13 Ladies Rugby Club meets 6-7pm on Tuesdays at FRUFC, Monkton Lane, Farnham, GU9 9ND. For further details contact David Jeffs on 07786 226396 or david.jeffs1@ntlworld. com.uk. You could also visit www. Pitchero.com/clubs/Farnham, FRUFC U15 and seniors ladies rugby also available.
  • Fleet Afternoon Townswomen’s Guild Come along on the second Thursday of the month? We meet at 2.45pm in the Catholic Church Hall, 32 Kings Road, Fleet, GU51 3ST and enjoy speakers, games, fun, friendship and regular outings. Email maureenvalentine@ freeola.com
  • Fleet and District U3A is a voluntary organisation for retired people providing study groups, recreational and social activities varying from Art to Walking. For details, please access our website www.fleetu3a.org.uk or phone 0845 872 3623.
  • Fleet & Crookham AC A friendly running and athletics club for all ages 8 - 80 years. Meet at the Club HQ, Peter Driver Sports field behind the Tweseldown Pub - 7pm Tuesday and Thursdays. Organisers of the Fleet 1/2m & 10km races. For more information visit www.fleetandcrookhamac.org.uk.
  • Fleet & Church Crookham Society We promote a community spirit in Fleet & Church Crookham and take an active interest in issues that affect residents. New members welcome. www.fccs.org.uk
  • Fleet & Crookham Local History Group We provide a focus for those with an interest in the area in and around Fleet by researching, recording and preserving its history. Monthly presentations and visits are arranged, held, usually, at United Reformed Church Hall, Kings Road, Fleet. Contact: Pat Mackenzie, tel 01252617084, email patsystewart@ tiscali.co.uk, www.fclhg.org.uk
  • Fleet Art Society A society of 200 local artists, holding demonstrations and workshops for members’ advancement. An annual exhibition of their work supports Friends of Fleet Hospital, charity no.261384. www.fleetart.org.uk Secretary 01252 792542.
  • Fleet Choral Society meets every Tuesday, 8pm at All Saints Junior School, Lea Wood Road, Fleet, GU51 5AJ during term times. New members welcome. Contact details and further information see www.fleetchoralsociety.org
  • Fleet & District Dog Training Society train at Crookham War Memorial Hall on Tuesdays (for Ringcraft, show ring) and Wednesdays (for Obedience). Contact the secretary on 01252 614846.
  • Fleet and Ewshot Hockey Club is a family friendly club. We have 5 men’s and 5 ladies’ teams. Youth and junior teams and Mini’s (under 8’s & 10’s). Please go to fleethockey.comto see our training days, times and all other info. Or contact secretary@fleethockey.com
  • Fleet & Farnborough Family History Group is a group of like-minded people interested in Family History part of the Hampshire Genealogical Society. Meetings are every 2nd Thursday of the month, 7:30 pm at the United Reform Church hall in Kings Road, Fleet. Contact David Broomfield on 01344 761375 or fleetandfarnborough@hgs-online.org.uk.
  • Fleet Community Orienteering From 28th April to 14th July, Mondays 6-7 pm, various venues around Fleet. First 2 sessions at Oakley Park. For more information email Sue & Dawn at fleetorienteering@hotmail.com
  • Fleet Cricket Club Calthorpe Park are seeking new members. Seniors: contact peterwtalbot1979@gmail.com. Juniors age 7-16: contact Andy Martin 07747 118696 or fleetcc@hotmail.co.uk. Or visit www.fleet.play-cricket.com. Winter nets are run from January. Large licensed bar also for hire.
  • Fleet Cycling is friendly non-competitive cycling group which organises social cycle rides every Sunday, Thursday, Friday and some Saturdays for a range of abilities from beginner to experienced cyclist. We campaign to improve cycling infrastructure for all by working cooperatively with the town, district and county council. Contact Colin on 01252 677909 or see www.fleetcycling.org.uk
  • Fleet Falcons Junior Badminton Club is a Junior Badminton Coaching Club for young people between the ages of 9 & 16. We hold sessions on Saturday & Sunday mornings at Hart Leisure Centre in Hitches Lane. Contact us on 01252 615637 or visit www.fleetfalcons.com
  • Fleet Film Society Join us to see the very best films from around the world and for a great social experience. Screenings on alternate Mondays throughout our season at The Harlington. www.fleetfilm.co.uk.
  • Fleet Flower Club A friendly club meeting on 3rd Thursday of each month at the Crookham War Memorial Hall, Sandy Lane. We have a varied programme of events, please visit our website for more details www.fleetflowerclub.co.uk or contact 01252 852297.
  • Fleet Folk Dance Club meets on the 1st, 3rd and 4th Wednesdays of the month, from 8-10 pm at The Catholic Church Hall in King’s Road, Fleet. Contact: Secretary Fran Risius 01252 409175 or MC John Hale 01252 621692. Fleet International Folk Dance Group Term-time Tuesday evenings at URC Hall, Kings Rd. Learn some dances from Europe and beyond (no partner required), led by a friendly, experienced teacher. Contact Elizabeth on 01252 616950.
  • Fleet Jazz Club puts on monthly jazz performances from some of the UK’s finest jazz musicians on the third Tuesday of every month, in a “jazz club” environment at the Harlington in Fleet. The club has a very enthusiastic and growing membership and we are always very happy to see new people. For more information visit our website www.fleetjazz.org.uk
  • Fleet Knitting Club at Room L1, Library Block, Court Moor School, Spring Woods, Fleet GU52 7RY. As we now meet in the School we cannot always meet on 1st Tuesday of the month, so readers should check our Blogspot for latest dates. www.fleetknittingclub.blogspot.com.
  • Fleet Language Circle Chat in French, German or Spanish. Free membership for native speakers. Phone Nick on 01252 676385 or visit www.fleetlanguagecircle.org.uk
  • Fleet Lions Ordinary women and men helping the community in Fleet, raising funds & having fun! If you are interested in helping us then contact membership@ fleetlions.org.uk or see www.fleetlions.org.uk
  • Fleet Morning Townswomen’s Guild Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month (except August) at The Harlington, Fleet from 10.30am to 1pm. Contact Pam Howard 01252 624745 / Anne Baker 01252 624271.
  • Fleet Morris are looking for new dancers. We dance at festivals and pubs from April to July and practice in Yateley from October to April. Our dancers are female and we dance in the Cotswold style. Visit www.fleetmorris.org.uk or email fleetmorrisdancers@gmail.com or call 07856 153377.
  • Fleet of Foot Walking Football Club ladies’ section welcome more members. They play at Hart Leisure Centre on Thursday evening 7-8pm. Ladies of all ages are also welcome to the (mainly) mens’ sessions on Tuesday and Thursday 2-3pm. Please contact robglen37@yahoo. com for more details.
  • Fleet Orchestra is a small friendly group meeting in Fleet on Wednesday evenings. We welcome new members, particularly strings players! Contact Anna Day on 01252 672190.
  • Fleet Pond Society The active group for the protection and voluntary management of Fleet Pond Nature Reserve. Join our monthly tasks or just support our work for the Pond’s future through membership. Contact Jim Storey on chairman@ fleetpond.org.uk. www.fleetpond.org.uk
  • Fleet Social Bowling Club We are a friendly, yet competitive club, for all ages. We welcome both beginners and experienced players, and can provide coaching to assist you, whatever your ability, to learn or improve your game. An added bonus is the membership of our fully licenced club, with many activities. Lawn Bowls season: April to September. Contact 07917 798499 or fleetbowls@ virginmedia.com. www.fleetsocialbowlingclub.co.uk
  • Fleet Tennis League An easy way for men and women to play friendly, competitive singles. Players arrange their own matches at a mutually convenient time over 8 weeks and can use any court that suits them both. All standards welcome. Email info@localtennisleagues.com or call Sally or Nigel on 0750 328 1732 or visit www.localtennisleagues.com/fleet.
  • Fleet Town Girls and Ladies FC is looking for new players. If you are aged 3 – 10 why not give it a try? Training continues through the summer and there are summer tournaments as well! Contact Gary Niblett on 01252 626291 gary.p.niblett@ntlworld. com for further details or visit www.fleettowngirlsandladiesfc.co.uk.
  • Fleet United Bowling Club Whether you are a beginner or an experienced bowler you will be welcomed at our friendly Bowls club where we can offer you bowls all year round, outdoor in the summer and shortmat inside our clubhouse during the winter, free coaching is available. fleetunitedbc@yahoo.co.uk or call 01252 621069.
  • Frensham Pond Sailability For those with disabilities or long-term illnesses who would enjoy sailing. We meet every Thursday and Saturday morning between April and October at Frensham Pond. Anyone interested please contact us at sailability@sailfrensham.org.uk. www.sailfrensham.org.uk
  • Friends of Ancells Farm We aim to work towards maintaining and improving the play parks on Ancells Farm for the benefit of the local community in partnership with the local Council. www.ancellsfarm.org.uk
  • Friends of Basingbourne Park Group of local residents working with Fleet Town Council to make the park and surrounding woodlands a better place for people to visit. New members always welcome. Contact info@ basingbournepark.org.uk or visit www.basingbournepark.org.uk
  • Friends of Calthorpe Park A voluntary group made up of local residents and users of the park committed to the preservation and development of Calthorpe Park, in partnership with Fleet Town Council, for the benefit of the wider local community. www.facebook.com/FriendsofCalthorpePark
  • Friends of Oakley Park A not for-profit community group run by a committee of volunteers and funded by members’ subscriptions, plus donations and grants. www.oakleypark.org.uk
  • Fugelmere Ladies Probus Group A friendly group of semi-retired and retired ladies, who meet for lunch, followed by a Speaker, at Peppone’s Restaurant on the A287, on the third Monday of each month. Contact us on 01252 620471
  • Fugelmere Probus Club of Fleet is a friendly club for retired gentlemen. We meet for lunch, followed by a speaker, at The Lismoyne Hotel, Church Road, Fleet on the second Monday of each month. Contact our Secretary Simon Hackett on 01252 684346 or visit our website www.fugelmere.org.uk.
  • Hants North East NCT Branch is the local support network for parents and parents to be in the Fleet area. Our events and activities are open to members and non-members. Visit our facebook page ‘Hants North East NCT Branch’ for details of all our events. www.nct.org.uk/branches/hants-north-east
  • Hart Bridge Club welcomes new members on Tuesdays, 7 - 10.30pm, Fleet Methodist Church Hall, Reading Road South, Fleet. Contact Andrew Lewis at 01252 629123.
  • Hart Creative Stitches Our friendly group of embroiderers meets at 2pm on 2nd Friday of each month (excl. August) at Victoria Hall, Hartley Wintney. Beginners and experts welcome. Contact Miriam Ward 01635 867927 or Pat Roome 01252 877965.
  • Hart Decorative and Fine Arts Society members meet monthly at The Harlington to enjoy illustrated lectures by guest speakers on subjects related to the arts as well as having the opportunity to take part in guided visits to places of interest. Further information is available on our website: www.impact.nadfas.net/files/hart-dfas
  • Hart Health Walks run six Hart health walks each week. These are aimed at people who would like to walk at a gentle pace in a safe and social setting and are open to all. For further details Contact Hart Voluntary Action on 01252 815652 or visit www.hartvolaction.org.uk
  • Hart Herons (Disabled) Swimming Club meets every Sunday between 5 and 6.10pm at Hart Leisure Centre, Emerald Avenue, Fleet GU51 5EE. Friendly swimming club with exclusive use of the pool to provide a space for both individuals and families. Children have to be accompanied by an adult and those requiring additional assistance need to bring a carer, friend, or family member with them. All ages and disabilities welcome. Further information please email hartherons@gmail.com
  • Hartley Wintney Good Friends Club Come and join us for a variety of activities, guest speakers, games and other entertainment. The Baptist Church Hall, High Street, Hartley Wintney, Hampshire, RG27 8NY. Run by Brendoncare. 1st and 3rd Tuesday each month 2pm-4pm. Call 01962 857099 for further information.
  • Hart Lions Club an all-ladies group who serve the community. If you are interested in joining us please contact us on 0845 833 7353 or through our website: www.hartlions.org.uk
  • Hartley Wintney Dance Club Join us at a friendly social tea dance every Wednesday afternoon 2 - 4 pm at the Victoria Hall, Hartley Wintney. Ballroom and Sequence dancing. Singles welcome. Contact Mick 01252 843385 or Eileen 01256 768035.
  • Hart Road Runners local friendly running club which caters for runners of all abilities. Meet at Hart Leisure Centre, Hitches Lane, Fleet at 7.30pm on Tuesdays and 7.00pm on Thursdays. For more details go towww.hartroadrunners.co.uk www.hartroadrunners.co.uk
  • Hart Squash Club Now located at The Garrison Centre, Aldershot GU11 2LQ, and welcomes new members of all abilities. Contact Adrian 01252 615309. Hart Swimming Club, your local competitive swim club. New swimmers welcome from age 5–85. Trials held first Sunday of the month. For more information visit www.hartsc.org or email membership@hartsc.org
  • Hart Voices Mixed-Voice Choir directed by Roy Rashbrook. Rehearsals every Wednesday: 8pm – 10pm at All Saints Church Hall, Church Road, Fleet. New members ALWAYS welcome. Find out more at www.hartvoices.org.uk
  • Heath Hoops Netball Club Friendly and successful netball club; 3 squads playing competitively locally. Experienced players as well as returners to netball Local welcome. Please contact heath.hoops@ hotmail.co.uk for more information.
  • Heathuns WI a friendly, fun group of women who meet in The Key Centre, Elvetham Heath 3rd Weds of each month at 7.30pm. We have a varied programme of speakers & activities. www.heathunswi.weebly.com , email heathunswi@gmail. com or call 01252 504292.
  • Hook Eagle Morris Men We dance at major festivals, events and pubs from April to January and practice in Hook from October to April. No experience required. We guarantee a warm welcome and lots of fun. Visit www.hookeagle.org.uk or call John on 07900 886855.
  • Hook Kurling Club A friendly club that can get quite competitive over a game indoor kurling! We always have a laugh so come and join us. Hook Community Centre, Ravenscroft, Hook, Hampshire, RG27 9NN. Run by Brendoncare. Every Tuesday, 10.30am - 12.30pm. Call 01962 857099 for further information.
  • Jill’s Fundraising Journey (JFJ) Charity raising cancer awareness and fundraising to provide free holiday home respite. www.fb.com/jillsfundraisingjourney, www.jillsfundraisingjourney.co.uk.
  • Kindred Spirits Choir for anyone who has had treatment for Breast Cancer. Meets every Thursday, 7.30pm at Cove Methodist Church, GU14 0EL. New members welcome. Contact Lani 07530 849921 or email kindredspiritschoir@ gmail.com
  • Log Cabin Quilters We are a friendly group of ladies who meet on the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month in Hartley Wintney to make quilts, to natter and enjoy tea and cake. Contact Pepita on 01252 844337 or Brenda on 01252 660653.
  • Morris Minor Owners Club The Surrey Hants Border Branch of the MMOC now meet @ Crookham Street Social Club, The Street, Crookham Village, GU51 5SJ. 8pm 1st Monday of the Month (NOT Bank Holidays). More info Tony 01252 629575 or shbbmmoc@btinternet.com Noah’s Ark Parent and Toddler Group meet weekly during school term time from 9.45am - 11.15am every Friday at The Church on the Heath, suitable for under 4’s.
  • North East Hants Miniatures Group Need inspiration or just purchased your first dolls house? Then join our small group in Church Crookham, on the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Contact Anne Munday on 07974 422819 or anne.munday1@ ntlworld.com
  • North East Hants RSPB Local group warmly welcomes new members. Come along to our monthly indoor meetings to enjoy our experts’ nature talks and friendly company. Visit www.rspb.org.uk/groups/northeasthants for all details.
  • North Hampshire Organists’ Association A friendly association for people who enjoy playing and/or listening to pipe organ music, or maybe have a desire to learn to play. Contact the Secretary Gillian Lloyd on is 01483 570586.
  • North Warnborough & District Garden Club warmly welcomes new visitors. During the year a varied programme of speakers is organised and we meet every 4th Thursday of the month. For further details please telephone 01252 626524.
  • Parkinson’s UK Have Parkinson’s? Need help and support? Try the local branch monthly meeting at Shawfield Centre, Ash. Also Seated Pilates classes at Ancells Farm, Fleet on Tuesday afternoons and Exercise classes at Badshot Lea on Friday mornings. Contact Lyn White on 01252 657027.
  • Phoenix Probus Club is a friendly group open to retired couples and singletons who meet at North Hants Golf Club on the last Friday of the month at 12.00pm for 12.30pm for lunch followed by a speaker. Contact 07710 571310 or 01252 621164.
  • Pinewood Badminton Club is a non-league, social badminton club for experienced players (not suitable for beginners). We play every Monday evening at Hart Leisure Centre from 7.30pm. Contact Matthew on 07974 000980.
  • Railway Enthusiasts We welcome those who are actively modelling railways, wishing to know more about the subject or who have an interest in railways in general. We meet at 109 Horley Lane, Farnborough every Tuesday night from 7.30pm onward. www.rec-farnborough.org.uk
  • Reiki Healing Group All welcome to come along to enjoy a relaxing Meditation, Healing and a chat over a cup of tea. We meet fortnightly on Wednesdays 2.15pm-4.15pm at Willis Hall, Sandy Lane, Church Crookham, GU52 8LD. For further details please contact Lynn Raeside on 07748 498024 or e-mail waterfall_therapies@yahoo.co.uk
  • Rotary Club of Fleet Please visit www.fleetrotary.org.uk or email info@fleetrotary.org.uk to find out more about your local Rotary Club, where we meet, what we do and how we can help. Royal Voluntary Service organisation enriches the lives of older people. We deliver a package of services and support to help them live independently through the power of volunteers. Tel: 01264 317080 www.royalvoluntaryservice.org.uk
  • Rushmoor Synchronised Swimming Club (British Champions 2013) welcomes girls aged between 7 and 12 to join our fabulous club. To find out more visit www.rssc.org.uk or email membership@rssc.org.uk
  • Sea Cadets Farnham Fleet & Aldershot For ages 10 – 18, we meet Mondays and Fridays at Sea Cadets, TS Swiftsure, Lower Weybourne Lane, Farnham, GU9 9LG. For more info see www.sea-cadets.org/farnham or email info@farnhamseacadets.org.
  • SeeAbility’s now offers day activities. Sessions available Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Baking, drama,pottery, woodworking, music therapy, crafts. Further details please telephone 01252 815256.
  • Starburst Theatre is a local theatre company that welcomes members of all ages and performers from the age of 8 upwards. If you are interested in becoming a member of Starburst please go to our website for further details. www.starburstfoundation.com
  • The Flower Pot Club (part of Hart Voluntary Action) can help anyone with a learning disability to actively engage in a broad range of gardening and growing related activities both indoors and out. It is fully supervised and supported by experienced and friendly staff on a weekly basis. Contact Amanda Conlon 01252 815652.
  • The Pelly Concert Orchestra rehearses most Tuesday evenings from 8.00 to 10.00pm in the Community Hall at Samuel Cody Specialist Sports College), Ballantyne Road, Farnborough, Hampshire GU14 8SS. We would love to hear from any violin or viola players, grade 6 or above, French horn and tuba players of Grade 8 and above who may be interested in joining this local, friendly orchestra. Please email secretary@ pellyorchestra.co.uk or telephone 0345 269 4614 if you are interested.
  • The Royal Voluntary Service for Retired People How about coming to our friendly Lunch Club on Mondays and/or Thursdays from 12-1.30 behind The Harlington. Call our office on 01252 628634 for details.
  • Totally HooplassHula Hoop Club meets Weds Eves at Ancells Farm, 8.30pm. All welcome. Contact tel: 07818 412360.
  • URC Mother and Toddler Group Kings Road, Fleet. Drop in sessions Tuesdays and Fridays 10.00 - 11.30am every week. Open during the school holidays for under 5’s.
  • Wednesday Afternoon Fellowship meets at 2.15pm every week during term time at Fleet Methodist Church. We enjoy a wide variety of guest speakers, games and quizzes, members’ own contributions and occasional celebrations usually involving food. Interested? Just drop in for a taster. All are welcome.
  • Yateley Archers are looking for new members. We are located at Frogmore Leisure Centre, phone 07534 173153 www.yateleyarchers.org.uk