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The Greenspace Project is a great group for people who like being in the outdoors, making a difference in their community. We meet every Thursday morning on the village greenspace, opposite the Hall. You can choose from a variety of activities, from making paths to planting trees. We also have lighter tasks available. The group has procedures and guidelines for a Covid-safe working environment. You can enquire at the Hall about them, while Jason, the group leader will explain further…Find out more »
This friendly weekly walking group meets at The Hall every Thursday morning. The aim is to cover a guided walk in the local area. This session is great opportunity to meet new people, improve your fitness and enjoy our wonderful countryside at the same time. All levels of fitness are welcome in the walking group. To help you to get started, read this blog post on the 30 benefits of walking for 30 minutes a day. Are you looking…Find out more »
*** This group is currently suspended due to COVID precautions *** We will let you know as soon as it returns, keep an eye on our social media for the latest updates Put the fun into Friday and come and join in with this group of merry people. This lovely self help support group gives you a chance to make, create, natter and drink tea from our Community Cafe with good friends. The Friday Group hopes to bring people…Find out more »
Can you spare a few hours once a month to help out with the maintenance of our community building at 'Just Jobs Day'? This lovely volunteer group get together to tackle the various jobs and routine checks that we need to do. No experience is necessary but it will help if you are practically minded. No need to book, just come along and join in. Just Jobs Day tasks can include changing lightbulbs, checking fire exits and extinguishers, patching up…Find out more »