Clubs & Societies

Drybrook & District Ladies Choir
Drybrook & District Ladies Choir practice every Wednesday in Drybrook Bandroom (7pm – 9pm) and welcome all ladies, or girls aged 16 or over, with an interest in music and the ability to sing in tune!
Tel: 01594 542414
Website: www.ddlc.org.uk

Clay Hill Potters
Pottery Group in Newnham-On-Severn
Website: www.clayhillpotters.co.uk

Dean Photographic Club
Season commences on 6th September 2011 at 7:30pm at Sheltered Housing Scheme, Worcester Road, Cinderford. New Members Welcomed. All ages, abilities and photographic interests.
Tel: 01594 824944 or 07796318395

The Newnham Art Group
Newnham Art Group meets every Tuesday in the Armoury Hall between 10.00 and 12.00 with the exception of short breaks at Christmas and Easter and a longer recess in the Summer. The group consists of amateur artists who simply want to take time out on a regular basis to draw and paint and exchange tips, advice and ideas. There is no annual fee, members pay a small amount (currently £2.00 to cover room hire and refreshment costs each time they attend.
Tel: 01594 516450 / 01594 516007

Newnham Garden Club
Providing a forum for all species of gardener in Newnham and the surrounding area. The club meets on the third Monday each month at 7.30pm in the W.I. Hut in Dean Road (opposite Orchard Rise). The programme is varied and includes talks from specialists and professionals; summer trips to gardens; themed evenings and a Christmas Party. Indoor meetings include a bring and buy plant stall, a raffle, a monthly competition, refreshments and a chance to talk horticulture. Members range from beginners to professionals.
Tel: 01595 823411

Newnham Players
The group welcomes new members for all aspects of drama from acting and directing to make up and construction, costume skills, props, sound engineers, front of house, etc.
For more details Click Here

Cinderford Band
Ian Tomlins – Press Secretary, Assistant Secretary and Webmaster for the Cinderford Band
Tel: 01452 723518
Email: Cinderfordband03@aol.com
Website: www.cinderfordbrassband.co.uk

Drybrook & District Male Voice Choir
Tel: 01452 830492

Newnham Youth Club
Newnham Youth Club welcomes children from Year 7 and older and meets at the Armoury Hall on Monday evenings during term time between 7:00pm and 8:30pm. The club is run by local volunteers and is seen as a benefit for both the young people of the village and for the wider community, providing a safe environment for the young people to meet, socialise and engage in fun activities. New children and volunteers are always welcome.
Tel: 01594 516742 / 01594 516287

The A. W. Parker (Drybrook) Band
Tel: 01594 543707
Website: www.drybrookband.co.uk

Soldiers & Sailors Club
1 Commercial St, Cinderford
Tel: 01594 822142

Miners Welfare Hall
Wesley Rd, Cinderford
Tel: 01594 823422

Causeway Club
Edge Hills Rd, Cinderford
Tel: 01594 822039

YMCA
High St, Cinderford
Tel: 01594 823388

Cinderford Stroke Club
The Belle Vue Centre, St Annal’s House, Cinderford
Provides an opportunity for members to socialise, share experiences and take part in activities that can help ongoing recover. For people affected by stroke including family and carers.
For details of times and activities click here Cinderford Stroke Club Poster 2011

Drybrook Memorial Hall & Social Club
Drybrook Road, Drybrook
Tel: 01594 543794

Lions Club
Hyde Lane, Newnham
Tel: 0845 833 5836

Mitcheldean Welcome Club
Tel: 01594 543986

Newnham Club
Newnham Club is a social and sports club situated in a fine building in the centre of the village. In addition to the bar and a family friendly atmosphere it offers a number of activities including skittles, darts, snooker, pool, a garden with a barbecue and an area where you can watch televised sport. It also has a large function room with a bar that can cater for a wide range of events.
Tel: 01594 516379

Xerox Sports & Social Club
Tel: 01594 846110

The Friendship Club
The Friendship Club is a social club for the over 50s which meets fortnightly in the Armoury Hall in Newnham during the afternoon. Its chief function is to provide a venue for members to meet their friends for a chat and a cup of tea but there is usually also some entertainment which varies from fortnight to fortnight.
Tel: 01594 516545
For details of times and activities Click Here

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