Classes in in Tytherington and Thornbury
Tel: 01454 411915
Tel: 07793 373355
Do you love reading? Do you fancy meeting up and chatting about a great read? The emphasis is light-hearted and good fun.
We meet on the first Wednesday of every month. Group members can take turns to choose the book and host.
We are a group of people interested in doing anything crafty or handmade. Come and join us for a chat, cuppa and bring your own crafting to do.
Join us at Cromhall Chapel on the second Tuesday of the month 7-9pm and at Cromhall Village Hall on the fourth Thursday of the month 6:30-9pm.
Tel: 07733 004585
The village of Cromhall usually holds a Flower Show and Village Fayre on the first Saturday of September at 2pm on the St Andrew's School field.
Can you help us? We are currently looking for a new Chair, and we're always looking for volunteers.
To find out more, please call the Show Secretary Lisa Willmott on 01454 294968.
The village of Cromhall usually holds a Flower Show and Village Fayre on the first Saturday of September at 2pm on the St Andrew's School field. It's an open show, so entries are welcome from neighbouring villages and further afield.
There's a category for everyone, including home grown vegetables, fruit and flowers (e.g. from "the brightest flower in my garden" to "an unusual shaped vegetable”), through to home cooking, crafts and even photography.
There's entertainment and a fun dog show for children of all ages.
If you are a retired Senior Citizen living in or around Cromhall, you are invited to join our Tat3 group.
There are no joining fees or monthly charges. Twice a year we are entertained by St Andrew's Primary School and in the Spring and Autumn we go out for lunch, usually to one of our local garden centres.
For the remainder of the months, on the 3rd Thursday, we meet at 3pm in Cromhall Village Hall for tea, sandwiches, cakes and a chat.
Ring Ann 294200 or Eva 299251 for further information.
Cromhall Village Hall, Talbots End Lane, Cromhall GL12 8AL
The National Garden Scheme is proud to say that 80% of money raised through opening gardens goes to health charities.
In our area, Somerset, Bristol, South Gloucestershire and Bath there are almost 40 gardens to choose from, all described in the local 'Yellow book.' In South Gloucestershire 7 very different gardens open to visitors providing 'Great Gardens, Great Cakes!' Some will open for groups, at a time to suit you, 'By Arrangement'.
Details of all the gardens can be found on the National Garden Scheme website below, or you can download the smartphone app. On both you can search for gardens opening within the distance you are prepared to travel. So why not go ahead and plan the gardens you would like to visit?
The huge benefits of gardens and gardening to health and well being are now well recognised. You may feel you would like to become involved in this inspiring organisation. It's possible to volunteer in a small way by helping with serving teas, or you may even feel that your own garden could be enjoyed by others. Seeing the pleasure on visitors' faces and sharing your endeavours with others, whilst helping the NGS charities, has a huge 'feel good factor.'
To find out more, contact the County Organiser, Su Mills by phone or email.
Tel: 01454 615438
Tel: 01454 294258
Our meetings are held at the Cossham Hall on the 4th Wednesday of each month except July, August and December and start at 7.30pm. We try to cater for all levels of quilters from beginners to the more experienced.
At present our membership list is full but visitors are welcome to attend our meetings, for which there is a fee of £3.50. Further details by email.
Shiralee Cottage, Wotton Road, Rangeworthy BS37 7LS
Tel: 07838 275713
We meet for demonstrations and practice classes at Thornbury Methodist Church Hall, at 7.30pm on the second Thursday of the month. New members and visitors are always welcome at either the demonstration or practice nights. We are affiliated to NAFAS. For more information click below.
We are a small friendly club who meet every Wednesday evening at 8pm. Subject to programme, we usually meet at the Chantry, Thornbury.
Courses and exams can be arranged. Morse practice is available.
Please see our website, below, for details of our location, activities and the weekly club meetings programme. For more information, please contact Stan Goodwin, G0RYM:
Tel: 01454 413177