Village Organisations

 

Winsham Football Club.  The Club plays in Divisions 2 & 4 of the Perry Street & District League on Saturday afternoon during the football season. Training night is on Wednesday at 6.30 p.m.  Ladies Team. Training: Tuesday, 6.30 p.m. Plays in Somerset Women’s League. New members are welcome. Contacts: Simon or Addie Douglass (61381).

Winsham Ki Aikido Club.  
In the Japanese art of Ki Aikido there is no aggression, tension or competition. Classes are suitable for all levels of fitness and may be practised equally by men and women. The purpose of the practice is to learn to co-ordinate our mind and body through enjoyable exercise, which
will enhance the quality of our lives. The benefits of practising Ki Aikido include: exercise; health; stress relief; dynamic movement; meditation; and confidence building. It
provides enjoyment for any age, size or ability.
The Club meets in the Jubilee Hall on Mon, 6.30-8.30 pm, and Thurs,7.30-9.30 pm. Contact: Sensei Eileen Honeybun (6th Dan).
01297 34255.
For further information about Ki Aikido, visit the Ki Federation of Great Britain web site at: www.kifederationofgreatbritain.co.uk

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Winsham Walkers. An informal group that usually meet on the first Thursday of the month at 10.30 am outside ‘The Bell’ for an easy two-hour circular walk. Exceptions and variations to this are posted on the Winsham E-Letter, the notice board in the shop and on the Parish Web Site. Contact: Peter or Mary Pye (30751).

Winsham Sports & Social Club. Based in the Pavilion on the Upper Recreation Ground, in association the Winsham football clubs, the Short mat Bowling Club. It has a licensed bar, and is a popular venue for young families. It organises many events throughout the year. Contact: Mary Haggard (30182) .

Winsham Art Club. The Club’s purpose is to promote interest in the graphic arts. Workshops  held in many different media. Contact: Barbara White (30835)

Winsham Horticultural Society. Encourages interest in all aspects of horticulture. Organises talks, plant sales, and an annual show each year. Contact: Chloe Besley - Secretary (30032)

Winsham Players.  This group meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7 pm for Play Reading. Occasionally it organises  community plays in the Jubilee Hall and sometimes outdoors. These productions are not regular events, so look out for the ‘Recruiting Posters’ if you wish to take part. For more information contact the Chairman, Peter Saunders (Tel 30308) peter@heroncottage.eclipse.co.uk

Winsham Poetry Reading Group. Meets on the first Wednesday of the month at 10-30 am. For further information please see notices in the shop, on the Parish Web Site Notice board or 'phone Brian Turner 432060 or email: bjturner40@hotmail.co.uk

Music Group This group meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 10-30 am to listen to music, mainly classical but also Jazz etc. For more information contact Brian Turner (Tel 432060) bjturner40@hotmail.co.uk

Women’s Royal British Legion. Meetings are held in Jean Spurdle's home,9, Bakersfield, Winsham. Contact Margaret Long(Secretary) for details of times and dates (30457).

Winsham Web Museum

The principle role of the Winsham Web Museum is to present the history of the parish for the education, interest and entertainment of the people of Winsham, using the Internet as its main platform. Helpers are needed for involvement in local history projects as well as the recording of current events for posterity. Galleries contain hundreds of photographs and other illustrations, and many thousands of words of text recording the history of many aspects of life in Winsham over a thousand years.  Launched in May 2002, re-presented by a 'Second Edition' in 2009, and by a Diamond Jubilee  Edition in June 2012, and again in 2016,it is believed to be the first village Web Museum in the U.K. It is a British Library Archived site. Contact: John Sullivan (30026).  

 

 

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