Clubs and Societies in Fareham
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Fareham Pétanque ClubVenue:
adjacent to the North-West Fareham Community Centre, Henry Cort Drive, Fareham PO15 6TLDays/Times:
''Club Night'' is every Wednesday night, from about 7:30, for casual play for fun.Cost:
Annual subscription £25 (Juniors £5)Contact name:
Mrs Mary SheppardContact Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.catisfield.com/petanque
Many people have seen the French playing Boule when on holiday. It's actually a sport played in many countries world-wide and it's very easy to pick up.
It is enjoyable even if you are a new player playing with (relative) experts. An ideal sport for all the family - all ages from 8 - 80+ can play together.
Fareham Pétanque Club prides itself on being a very friendly club, welcoming to new players and with lots of cameraderie amongst members. Come and have a try.
This is the follow-on Club from Limesdowne PC of Catisfield.
1st Portchester RainbowsVenue:
Northern Junior SchoolDays/Times:
Monday 16:30 to 17:30Cost:
£2.00 a weekContact name:
Elaine CroweContact Email: https://enquiryym.girlguiding.org.uk/Contact Telephone:
To join Rainbows go to https://enquiryym.girlguiding.org.uk/ and register your interest and we contact you with more details.
Acca Voce Vocal GroupVenue:
Crofton Community Centre, StubbingtonDays/Times:
Mondays at 6.45pm - 8pmCost:
£2 *with a CCA Membership (£12 annually)Contact name:
Alison KinnairdContact Email: www.acca-voce.co.uk (contact us page)Contact Telephone:
07906 555616Website: http://www.acca-voce.co.uk
We are a relaxed choir of all ages and abilities, covering a varied genre of musical styles.
We will show you how to sing in harmony and effective vocal techniques.
With our pay as you sing policy there really is no need to put it off.
If you enjoy singing and want to meet new friendly people then come along on a Monday and give it a go!!
Acting Up Drama ClassesVenue:
Abshot Community CentreDays/Times:
Monday 16:00 - 17:00 (7-10 years), 17:00 - 17:45 (4-7 years), 17:45 - 18:45 (11-16 years)Cost:
£3.50 / £4.00Contact name:
Rosie SloanContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://actinguphants.co.uk/
Acting UP provides performing arts education through extracurricular classes. Our engaging and dynamic drama classes currently run in Fareham, Gosport and Southampton.
Our drama classes are open to all ages; whether you or your little one want to concentrate on building confidence, ace an audition or relax and unwind!
At Acting UP we believe drama classes don’t need to cost the earth for our students to enjoy learning new skills, have an opportunity to use their imagination, or meet new friends – while taking part in exciting, fun and useful drama classes.
Taught by a professional director and workshop facilitator Rosanna Sloan, our classes provide high-quality drama sessions, but without the expensive price tag. Our classes give our students the chance to devise theatre, work with text, explore puppetry and play games to improve coordination, promote teamwork and to have fun creating playing and imagining together.
If you have any questions, please get in touch. We are always happy to hear from you!
Aikido - Ken Shin KaiVenue:
Fareham Leisure CentreDays/Times:
Monday 8.00pm - 9.30pmCost:
Varies see website, concessions available.Contact name:
Dee MastersContact Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.kenshinkai.org.uk
Yoshinkan Aikido is a Japanese Martial Art taught to the Japanese Riot Police, which, when used for self-defence can counter many different attacks. Ken Shin Kai teaches Yoshinkan Aikido and is a member of the Aikido Yoshinkan Foundation (AYF) based in Tokyo, Japan.
Learn to defend yourself by blending with an attackers power, dispersing his energy, and finally, throwing or controlling the attacker. In addition to aiding weight loss, increasing fitness, stamina and balance and developing self-confidence. Traditional Weapons (Jo, Bokken, Tanto) classes are also available.
Kenshinkai is non-profit and all instructors are CRB checked.
Amigos Line Dance ClassesVenue:
Sarisbury Green Social Club, Bridge Street, SarisburyDays/Times:
Every Monday from 7:30pm till 10pmCost:
£5 per weekContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
Intermediate line dance classes. Fun class with instructor Mick Storey. Mick teaches top chart dances as well as recaps of old favourites. Teaches to all types of music. Mick recently took over the class from 2c's Christopher and Christine who have retired from teaching to enjoy more time relaxing.
Army Cadet Force Venue:
1 Platoon, Bridge Road, Park Gate SO31 7GDDays/Times:
Mondays and Thursdays 19.30 - 21.30Cost:
£25 enrolment and 50p a night thereafterContact name:
Lieutenant GlaysherContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
The Hampshire and Isle of Wight Army cadet force is a voluntary organisation for teenagers from the age of 12 to 18 years of age. It involves different activities from drill and map and compass to shooting and the Duke of Edinburgh award scheme. It provides an environment for learning activities outside of the main stream curriculum and encourages initiative and team working at each unit. Please contact for more details of your nearest location.
autism isolation no moreVenue:
Fareham Shopping CentreDays/Times:
Multiple times please check websiteCost:
Rachael PearsonContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
0800 612 9079Website: http://www.autismisolationnomore.org/
autism isolation no more, our aim preventing isolation for families affected by autistic spectrum.
Club After Eight 1988Venue:
The Golden Lion, High Street, Fareham,PO16 7AE.Days/Times:
Every Wednesday, 8 30pm to 11 00pmCost:
JeanContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
Club after Eight, now in its 25th year as a social club for divorced, single, separated, and widowed people over the age of 40yrs.
The club was formed to give people of a similar age and circumstances
a place to meet with a view to making new friends and to broaden their social life.
We feel we have done this successfully over the past 24yrs and hope
continue into the future. The club has various meeting places ranging from Parkgate to Emsworth, and new areas are always up for consideration.
We are a non-profit making club run completely by volunteers making annual subscriptions very reasonable at £28 per annum.
Tesco Fareham Community RoomDays/Times:
Wednesday, 18:00 - 19:00Cost:
£5 per week, donation made weekly to CF KidsContact name:
Louise RichardsonContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
01329 339492Website: http://www.thecreationstation.co.uk/childrens-art-class-and-party-entertainer/hampshire-fareham
Art and craft sessions for 7 - 11 year olds. Let them explore their imagination and use their creativity to create a range of masterpieces!
Crofton Lions ClubVenue:
The Crofton Pub, Crofton Lane, StubbingtonDays/Times:
Second Tuesday of each month at 7.30pm Cost:
No admission fee. Members do however pay a monthly subscription (currently £5).Contact name:
Reg NortonContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
Crofton Lions Club activities are centred on the Crofton Ward which includes Stubbington, Hill Head and Peel Common. The club is part of an international organisation of approximately 1.4 million men and women who volunteer their time to humanitarian causes in their local and global communities. The motto is "We Serve" and our aim is to serve all who are less fortunate than ourselves. Every penny of the funds we raise are used for charitable purposes. We are ordinary people but, collectively, we can achieve amazing things!
Diabetes UK Fareham GroupVenue:
The Hall, Holy Trinity Church, West Street, FarehamDays/Times:
First Thursday evening of each month, from 7.30pm to 9.00pm, but not during AugustContact name:
We are a support group which meets monthly to learn more about managing diabetes with confidence, to raise funds for research, to share experiences and to campaign for better services. All welcome.
Diabetes UK Fareham GroupVenue:
The Community Space at TESCO in central Fareham (free parking!)Days/Times:
The first Thursday evening of each month, not January/August, at 7.30pmCost:
Raymond HaleContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
01329 664722Website: https://www.diabetes.org.uk/
We share our experiences over a cup of tea and aim to learn how to manage our condition. Diabetes is not the end of the world and it can be managed so that we remain healthy. We usually have an expert speaker and enjoy getting together. All welcome!
Whiteley Community CentreDays/Times:
Friday mornings 9.20amCost:
£ 5.00Contact name:
Helen DaviesContact Email: Info@elite-life.co.ukContact Telephone:
A great Legs Bums and Tums Class for all abilities.
Fareham & District Amateur Radio ClubVenue:
Fareham Sailing & Motor Boat ClubDays/Times:
Wednesday evenings 19:30Cost:
£20.00 p.a.Contact name:
Derek ClarksonContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
Amateur radio club meeting every week with a varied range of technical items of interest to amateur radio enthusiasts.
Fareham And Portchester Camera ClubVenue:
Portchester Parish Hall, Assheton Court off Castle Street, Portchester PO16 9PYDays/Times:
Tuesday evenings at 7:30 to 10:00 pm from September to mid-JuneCost:
£60 pa. Pro rata for new members starting after 1st meeting in SeptemberContact name:
Val GoldsworthyContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.fpcc.org.uk/
The purpose of the club is ‘for the encouragement and furtherance of all forms of photography through weekly talks, discussions, practical evenings and competitions. We are a lively, friendly group of people who continue to enjoy and improve their photography. As well as internal competitions we also compete against other camera clubs in the area and take part in both the Southern Counties Photographic Federation League and Salisbury Exhibition which takes place in January every year.
Fareham Chess ClubVenue:
Duke of Connaught's Own Club (DoCOC), 74 Western Road, Fareham PO16 0NSDays/Times:
Every Tuesday starting at 7:30pm & ending when the last mebers leaves (although our Venue closes at 11pm)Cost:
Annual subs are £8 for Adults and £5 for Juniors & Students plus (if 18 &over), £12 for DoCOC membershipContact name:
Rob DaviesContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
01329 286615Website: http://www.farehamchess.org.uk/
In addition to Members playing friendly games of chess, the Club participates in both the Portsmouth & District and the Southampton Chess Leagues.
There are also a number of Internal Club Competitions.
Everybody is welcome, not just Grand Masters and experienced Chess players, but it does help if you already know how to set up a chess board & understand how all the chess pieces move.
So you can try us out, the first week is 'free'.
Fareham Heathens Rugby ClubVenue:
Cams Alders Recreation Ground, Palmerston Drive, FarehamDays/Times:
Seniors (16 upwards) meet Tuesday and Thursday 7.00pm - 9.00pm and Youth (6 to 16) meet Sunday 10.00am - 12 noon.Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Formed in the early '70s, Fareham Heathens has developed a reputation for friendliness and excellence. We run at least three senior teams, plus a vets, the club is building its youth program and is expanding rapidly. We have commenced specific age group training, and currently have a growing group of children that turn up each Sunday and take part in our sessions. We are always looking out for new players from 6 - 16 years old, so why don't you come down and meet us; give the game a try (no pun intended there). We are currently catering for the under 7, under 8, under 9, under 10, under 11, under 12, under 13, under 14 and under 16 (school years reception, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11) age groups. Come along on Sunday mornings 10.00am - 12.00 noon and see what we do. No previous experience of rugby necessary. We have a large car park and a clubhouse and bar. Also we have a fully floodlit pitch, enabling us to host games in the evening, as well as providing us with a superb training area.
Fareham Lions ClubVenue:
Broadlaw Community Centre, Lion Place, Bishopsfield Road, FarehamDays/Times:
2nd Monday of each month at 8.00 pmCost:
Currently £5 per monthContact name:
Ernie HowardContact Email: ernie.howard@ntlwolrd,comContact Telephone:
01329 235356Website: http://www.farehamlions.org.uk
Fareham Lions Club has been serving the community for over 50 years, we are part of the International Association of Lions Clubs which is the world's largest service club organization. We have 1.35 million members in more than 46,000 clubs worldwide and we are active in community projects in over 200 countries and geographic areas.
Fareham Local Wildlife Trust GroupVenue:
Holy Trinity Church Hall, West Street, Fareham, PO16 0ELDays/Times:
September to April on the 2nd Thursday of each month, 19:30 - 21:30Cost:
Suggested donation of £3 per meetingContact name:
Hazel FotheringhamContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
01489 571125Website: http://www.hiwwt.org.uk/
We are a friendly group of wildlife enthusiasts who meet on the 2nd Thursday of the month at Holy Trinity Church Hall from September through to April and have a guest speaker on a local wildlife related topic.
Fareham NCT Bumps and BabiesVenue:
Titchfield Community CentreDays/Times:
£1.50 per week when you attendContact name:
Anna GreenfieldContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
An opportunity to come along and meet other new mums and mums to be. Share experiences and chat over a cup of tea and biscuits.
Play mats and toys available for babies. £1 entry to cover room hire plus 50p for drinks and biscuits.
For more information please email email@example.com or just turn up.
Fareham Outdoor Bowls ClubVenue:
Off Leigh Road, Fareham (to left of small carpark)Days/Times:
Every day from mid April to SeptemberCost:
Annual membership £60 with 50% reduction for novice bowlers in their first seasonContact name:
Bob AlgerContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
01329 823602Website: http://www.farehambowls.org.uk
Bowls truly is the "sport for all". It can be played by all ages, abilities and sexes - making it the perfect sport for individuals or for all members of the family to enjoy together. Fareham Bowls Club welcomes both experienced and novice bowlers and provides free "Come and Try" sessions and coaching from qualified Bowls England coaches. You are welcome to come and have a try without any obligation to take it any further.
Fareham Sailing and Motor Boat ClubVenue:
The Boathouse, Lower Quay, Fareham PO16 0RADays/Times:
Members have access dailyCost:
Cost varies see websiteContact name:
Dee OrmeContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
07702 011542Website: http://www.fsmbcnet.org.uk
This friendly Club has something for everyone. Moorings for boat owners, Club dinghies and Fareham Luggers for members who would like to race or just potter around Fareham Creek. There is a social programme centred around the Clubhouse for those who prefer to stay on dry land. Check out our website for further information.
Fareham School of GymnasticsVenue:
Portchester Community School, Neville Lovett Community School and Oak Meadow Family CentreDays/Times:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 4-7pm.Cost:
£3.50 per session.Contact Telephone:
01329 312437Website: http://www.fsog.co.uk/
The Club caters for girls and boys who wish to learn the basics in gymnastics. The Club also runs advanced and competitive groups. The floor, vault. trampette, bar and beam are just some of the exciting activities to be offered to all its members.
Fareham Shorinji KempoVenue:
Spirit Health Club, Holiday Inn, Cartwright Drive, TitchfieldDays/Times:
Every Friday from 7.30pm till 9.30pmCost:
£4 per sessionContact name:
Paul DoidgeContact Telephone:
01489 581721Website: http://www.shorinji.co.uk/fareham/fareham.html
Shorinji Kempo is more than just a self defence martial art. The training aims to develop the individual both mentally and physically. One of the basic aKempo consists of 'Goho' hard and 'Juho' soft techniques. Goho comprising punches, kicks, dodges and blocks. Juho locks, holds and throws. Shorinji Kempo was founded in Japan in 1947 by a Zen monk, Doshin So. Today Shorinji Kempo is one of the most popular martial arts in Japan.
Fareham Trefoil GuildVenue:
Church of Sacred Heart Hall, Portland Street, FarehamDays/Times:
4th Wednesday of each month, 12:45 - 14:45Cost:
Approx £20 annual plus £1.50 each meetingContact name:
Shirley BoydContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
01329 281224Website: http://hampshireeast-trefoilandfriends.org.uk/
A social group supporting the aims of guiding and scouting in community. Minimum age 18. We offer, friendship and activities, talks, outings, meals out, coffee mornings and support guiding activities.
Fareham-Vannes Twinning AssociationVenue:
Various locations (including Vannes)Days/Times:
Please contact Membership SecretaryContact name:
Membership SecretaryContact Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.farvantwin.hampshire.org.uk/twinning.htm
Fareham and Vannes in Brittany have been twinned since 1967. There are many exchange visits, in which sporting, musical, artistic, medical and other cultural and friendship groups take part. In addition, social events are organised, such as a summer Hog Roast, Wine and Cheese evenings and an annual dinner. The Club is based in Fareham and individuals of all ages are welcome to join the association.
Fluid Motion Youth TheatreVenue:
Catisfield Memorial Hall, Catisfield LaneDays/Times:
Every Monday (during term time) 16:15 - 18:15Cost:
£5 per child, per sessionContact name:
Leigh JohnstoneContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
07935 680209Website: http://www.fluidmotiontheatre.co.uk
Our Fareham Youth Theatre is open to children aged between 8-13. Every term the group get to work with professional theatre makers to create thrilling and inspiring work that is performed both locally and regionally. Our youth theatre is open everyone giving children the opportunity to take part in safe, empowering and challenging theatre regardless of age, background or ability.
Jitterbugz Dance StudioVenue:
£4.50 per class Pay as you goContact name:
Vikki WebbContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
07922 907727Website: http://jitterbugzdance.co.uk/
Jitterbugz Dance studio offers fun relaxed dance classes for children aged 18 months to 8 years. Using familiar music, props and tonnes of imagination, children learn foundation dance steps to many different styles of dance to give them a great start in the world of dance. Classes are pay as you and siblings attending the same class go free! Classes are suitable for children of all abilities. Children with additional needs welcome.
JUSE ( Gosport Amateur Operatic Society Junior Section)Venue:
Crofton Community Centre, Stubbington Lane, StubbingtonDays/Times:
Tuesdays at 6.30 pmContact name:
Sue MacfarlanContact Telephone:
01329 665075Website: http://www.freewebs.com/gaosjuse/
Junior Operatic Society for children 8 to 16 years.
Ladies Rugby TeamVenue:
Gosport and Fareham Rugby ClubDays/Times:
Training sessions on Monday and Friday from 6-8pmCost:
£60 per year (possibility to pay £5 per month by direct debit) Contact name:
Emily WakelinContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
07463 703330Website: http://www.gosportandfarehamrfc.co.uk/
Girls from the age of 14 are welcome to join the Touch Rugby and participate in the fun-filled and challenging training sessions, leading them to build on their skills within rugby, their confidence and aiding their social development. Every month, the team enter the Hampshire Ladies Touch Rugby Tournament where we compete against Ladies Rugby Teams around Hampshire in 7-a-side teams.
Training sessions are on Monday and Friday evenings from 6pm at Gosport and Fareham RFC in Gosport Park. Training involves building on skill and fitness. The aim of these training sessions is to be able to combine the two aspects in order to achieve highly within matches. However, as well as hoping to achieve high positions within the league, one of our main aims is to ensure all the girls build on their physical and mental strengths and overall have a good time.
Locksheath Gymnastics ClubVenue:
Lockswood Community Centre, Locks Heath and Brookfield Community School, Sarisbury GreenDays/Times:
Gymtots, Fun 4 Baby and Gyminis sessions at various times on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at the Lockswood Community Centre. Gyminis sessions at Brookfield Community School on Tuesdays.Cost:
£3.90 a sessionContact Telephone:
Pathway to Childrens Health, Fitness & Fun. This thriving club has achieved an excellant reputation in providing a programme through which children develop physical literacy, socialskills and healthy lifestyles. British Gymnastics Gymmark accreditation and is an officially approved safe, effective and child friendly club.
Lockswood Bridge ClubVenue:
St Mary's Church Hall, Church Road, Warsash, SO31 9GFDays/Times:
Every Friday at 18.55Cost:
£2.50 per eveningContact name:
John LangstonContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
01489 577271Website: http://www.bridgewebs.com/lockswood/
Bridge Club, affiliated to English Bridge Union. Duplicate Bridge played. Players of all standards welcome. Full details on website.
Scout Hut, Bells Lane, StubbingtonDays/Times:
Wednesday at 6.30pm for an hourCost:
£4 per classContact name:
023 9251 3656
Dance style aerobics taught by Zoe. All routines have high & low impact versions so these classes are suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Bring a bottle of water, weights if you have them and a mat/towel.
Mr Jones's Open MicVenue:
The Fareham PubDays/Times:
Every other Sunday 4-8pmCost:
Marcus JonesContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
A chance to watch and perform with some of the hidden talent within the Fareham area as well as some of the better known ones. Come along if you like live music to Mr Jones's Open Mic at The Fareham for a friendly atmosphere and a great afternoons entertainment. All styles welcome.
Check out our Facebook page for more details.
Perform Drama ClassesVenue:
Titchfield Community Centre Mill Street, Titchfield, Hampshire, PO14 4ABDays/Times:
Tuesdays 4pm - 5pm and 5pm - 6pmCost:
£156 for 10 classesContact name:
Lucy QuickContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
0845 400 4000Website: http://www.perform.org.uk
Drama, Dance & Singing for 4-8 year olds.
The only drama, dance and singing workshops for 4-8 year olds that focuses on helping develop children’s confidence, co-ordination, communication and concentration skills. Perform will give your child amazing social skills and will be the best fun of their week.
This September to December, Perform children will be travelling through space on an inter-planetary adventure with The Space Queen and The Little Green Alien. On their way they’ll eat cheese with The Man on the Moon, gravity groove with The Sparkly Spaceman, and visit Venus with the beautiful Princess Star. Their mission is to confront and stop The Cruel Commander, who plans to destroy Planet Earth…but will they stop him on time?!
Guaranteed to be the best fun that your child has all week!
All interested children are entitled to a Free Trial Session.
Portchester Campus Volleyball GroupVenue:
Portchester Community School, White Hart Lane, Portchester. Days/Times:
Wednesday 20:00 - 21:00Cost:
£4.00 per sessionContact name:
Portchester Campus Volleyball GroupContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Non competitive, no leagues. Strictly for pleasure group. Male and Female members. Age range of present members 20+ - 70+.
Changing facillities available.
Portchester Civic SocietyVenue:
Portchester Parish HallDays/Times:
Meetings held every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7.30 pmCost:
£8.00 per individualContact name:
Paul WoodmanContact Email: PortchesterCivic@yahoo.co.ukContact Telephone:
(023) 92 382778Website: http://www.portchestercivicsociety.co.uk/
A society to look after the interests of Portchester
To promote high standards of planning & architecture
To educate the public in key aspects of the area
To secure the preservation of places of historical and environmental interest
Portchester Darby and Joan ClubVenue:
Portchester Parish Hall, Castle StreetDays/Times:
1st and 3rd Wednedsay of each monthCost:
£3.00 per year + £1.50 per meetingContact name:
Joan BrameldContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
A very friendly club we meet for company and a chat and tea and biscuits. We have speakers, entertainers and parties. Also kurling and bingo. Monthly outings in the summer time. Ages between 60 and 90.
Portchester Karate ClubVenue:
Castle St Primary School and Portchester Community SchoolDays/Times:
Wednesday/Friday evenings and Saturday morning. Please email for Children/adult times.Cost:
This depends on various factors but a typical adult pays £6 for the first lesson of week and £3 for the second lesson. A typical junior pays £3.5 for the first lesson and £2.5 for the second. Family rates also available. Contact name:
Merv O'DonnellContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
Established in 1982 the club has a family orientated feeling and welcomes all suitable people, both new and "old hands" to join. Traditional Karate is our main emphasis concentrating on much more than the art of self defence. The practice of Karate develops self confidence, self discipline, a sense of respect for self and others and is an excellent developer of character. The physical exercises and regular training develops body stamina and strength and helps to maintain good health. Karate is suitable for most people and at Portchester our members range from 5 to 77.
The only way to learn the true art of karate is to practice in a well-established reputable club with instructors who have an excellent knowledge of the art and the ability to teach in a welcoming and friendly manner.
New members are welcome, and we endeavour to make them feel part of the club in as short a time as possible. If you are interested in trying karate for yourself, or you are one of those many people who have harboured an interest but never found the time, do email or telephone us, or simply come along to one of our sessions and meet the team.
We look forward to seeing you at the club.
Rotary Club of Fareham MeonVenue:
Cams Hall Estate Golf ClubDays/Times:
Every Wednesday at 19.30 (2nd and 4th at 18.30)Cost:
Annual membership - details available on requestContact name:
John LovellContact Email: email@example.comWebsite: http://www.rotary-ribi.org/clubs/homepage.php?ClubID=653
Formed in 1982 as part of the world wide network of Rotary International, the Fareham Meon Club has an excellent record of helping a wide range of people and organisations both locally and abroad. In an increasingly complex world, Rotary provides friendship and fellowship. It is one of the two reasons why Rotary began in 1905.
Royal British LegionVenue:
Hill Park Memorial Working Men's Club, Highlands Road, FarehamDays/Times:
Second Monday of each month at 7.30 pmContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
Fareham branch of the Royal British Legion. Mens and Womens sections. All are welcome.
Ryukin Ryu KarateVenue:
Broadlaw community spaceDays/Times:
Mondays 17:00 - 18:00 for 7 to 12 yr olds and 18:00 - 19:00 for 13yr old+Cost:
£3.25 per sessionContact name:
Sensei Carole StedmanContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
Run by the highly respected ex mayoress of Fareham, this class encourages self confidence, discipline and is a fantastic source of excercise while teaching the art of self defence. This class is friendly and fun and the kids always go home happy. There are classes for both children and adults so if you wish to join or know more then please call us, email us or pop along on a Monday evening and see what its all about. Thank you
Sarisbury Choral SocietyVenue:
Sarisbury Green Community CentreDays/Times:
Thursday from 19:50 - 21:20Cost:
£75.00 per yearContact name:
Katrin KopteContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
01489 572487Website: http://sarisburychoralsociety.weebly.com
We are a mixed voices choir of about 35 members. We practice in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. New members with or without experience welcome.
Solent Blades Floorball ClubVenue:
Thursday 19:00 - 20:30Cost:
£5 per sessionContact name:
Dean PrattContact Email: Solentfloorball@gmail.comContact Telephone:
Solent Blades is a floorball club that play out of Solent arena in Fareham. Floorball is a Swedish game that is very similar to hockey and ice hockey. Played indoors and is a lot of fun to play too.
We have a mixture of people that play at our club from 13 upwards, and all abilities from starters to experienced players. Pop along for a free trial...
Solent Martial Arts AcademiesVenue:
Crofton Community Centre, Brookfield Community School and Portchester Community CentreDays/Times:
See description for detailsContact name:
Shihan Martin RogersContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
01329 221512 (office hours)Website: http://www.ukjujitsu.com
Solent Martial Arts Academies is a member of the British Ju Jitsu Association (BJJAGB) - the official governing body for ju jitsu in the United Kingdom.
Shihan Martin Rogers is one of the best-known and highly respected teachers in the martial arts world today. The club offers a comprehensive training package including classical Jujitsu, Aiki Jujitsu, weapons, advanced nerve and pressure point fighting and street self defence.
Mon to Thurs - Crofton Community Centre
Little Warriors 5.15pm - 6.15pm
Youth Martial Arts 6.30pm - 8.00pm
Adult Classes 8.00pm - 9.30pm
Weds - Brookfield Community School
Little Warriors and Youth Martial Arts 6.15pm - 8.00pm
Fri - Portchester Community Centre
Little Warriors and Youth Martial Arts 7.30pm - 8.30pm
Adult Classes - 8.30pm - 10.00pm
Solent Sounds Ladies ChorusVenue:
Fareham Methodist Church Hall, Kings Road, FarehamDays/Times:
Tuesdays at 7.30pmContact name:
Publicity Secretary, Lorraine OrridgeContact Telephone:
A ladies chorus who sing in an unaccompanied and fun barbershop style. The chorus is open to all ages 14-80.
Lysses House HotelDays/Times:
1st 3rd 5th Tuesdays monthly except AugustCost:
£50 payable six monthly plus one off joining fee of £20. Rates current as at July 2014Contact name:
Russell StreeterContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
01489 884169Website: http://toastmasterclub.org/portal.php?marknow=0
Award-winning, not-for-profit Public Speaking practice club, founded in 2002. Our club has helped build the confidence and competence in oral communications and leadership skills of almost 500 people from all walks of life, aged over 18.
Vital enabling elements include,go-at-your-pace, no-risk, welcoming club meeting atmosphere, constructive skills and an internationally-proven syllabus of project workbooks.
The club offers opportunities to attend up to 26 club meetings per year and the option of entering speech contests.
We pride ourselves on the three ''Ls'' learning, laughter and light bulb moments.
You can have a personal mentor to help you as tackle the tasks of impromptu speeches, prepared speeches and other roles including chairing meetings.
Visit our web site to see/hear video testimonials
Solent Speakers (Public speaking practice club)Venue:
Lysses House Hotel (Hampshire Suite)Days/Times:
1st and 3rd Tuesdays (7:15pm-9:30pm)Cost:
£50 per half year (11 meetings)Contact name:
Robin ChawnerContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
07798 638541Website: www.solent-speakers.org
Award-winning public speaking and leadership skills practice club. Established 2002. Over 500 people have benefited by applying their skills at their workplace, in the community and elsewhere.
Soroptimist International of Gosport, Fareham & DistrictVenue:
Lysses House Hotel, High Street (first Thursday); Cams Hall Golf Club (third Thursday)Days/Times:
Normally, first and third Thursday evenings at 7.30pmCost:
£192 (includes 10 suppers)Contact name:
Wendie Douglas (Secretary)Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://sigbi.org/gosport-fareham-and-district / https://www.facebook.com/sigfd
Soroptimist International is a worldwide organisation with members in 123 countries which is committed to a world where women and girls achieve their potential, realise aspirations and have an equal voice in creating strong, peaceful communities worldwide. Locally we work on projects to help to achieve these aims and we contribute to local and international charities.
Cams Hill School, Shearwater AvenueDays/Times:
Mondays and Wednesdays 7pm-9pmCost:
£30 per month, family discounts availableContact name:
Mr Adam SwainContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
Taekwon-Do is a Korean martial art, based on Shotokan Karate and Taekkyon (Korean foot fighting). While known for its kicking, Taekwon-Do is great for improving all round strength, fitness and self-defence awareness.
Classes are taught by current members of the ITF-England National Squad. Instructors are fully insured and undergo regular DBS checks, as well as first aid and child safeguarding training.
The Creation StationVenue:
Portchester Community CentreDays/Times:
Tuesday 10:00 - 10:50/11:20 - 12:00Cost:
£5 per weekContact name:
Louise RichardsonContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
01329 339492Website: http://www.thecreationstation.co.uk/childrens-art-class-and-party-entertainer/hampshire-fareham/date/september-2014
Art and craft classes for babies and toddlers
Training Ship Tenacity NTCVenue:
Castle Street Centre, Castle Street, Portchester. PO16 9PPDays/Times:
Tuesdays 1900-2100, Thursdays 1900-2100 at Portchester Community SchoolCost:
£4 per weekContact name:
Carol Allen/ Mike HurdleContact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
Ts Tenacity NTC is a local nautical based training unit in Portchester, at Tenacity we aim to teach children from the age of 8 in nautical based activities including sailing, kayaking and land based activities such as map reading and camping. we also have an awarding winning marching band, no musical experience is needed, just the will to learn.
Warsash Horticultural SocietyVenue:
Victory Halll, WarsashDays/Times:
Last Wednesday of the monthCost:
Suzanne HolleyoakContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgContact Telephone:
01489 574498Website: http://warsashhorticulturalsociety.btck.co.uk/
We meet at the Victory Hall in Warsash (near Southampton, Hampshire) at 7.30pm on the last Wednesday of every month. Our aim is to hold meetings with like minded people covering all aspects of growing flowers, shrubs, vegetables and fruit, whether in a garden, allotment, tub or indoors.
We have visiting speakers on various themes and specialist subjects wherever possible and other meetings can be more ''hands on''.
We also organise outings to places of interest to members and friends.
Warsash Sea Cadets - TS TormentorVenue:
Warsash Maritime Academy, Newtown Road, Warsash SO31 9ZLDays/Times:
6:45pm - 9:15pm Tuesdays and Thursdays; Juniors 6:45pm - 9:15pm Thursdays onlyCost:
£12 per month (£6 for juniors)Contact Email: email@example.comContact Telephone:
A charitable uniformed youth organisation based on the traditions and standards of the Royal Navy. Open to boys and girls aged 12-18, with a Junior Section for 10-12 years. Activities include sailing, canoeing, power boating, offshore seamanship training, mechanical engineering, radio communications, cook/steward studies, drill and ceremonial. In addition the Sea Cadets also encourages good citizenship and provides worthwhile qualifications (including the Duke of Edinburgh Award and BTEC).
Whiteley WAGs Women's InstitueVenue:
Whiteley Primary School, Gull Coppice, Whiteley, PO15 7LADays/Times:
Second Thursday of every month 19:30 - 21:00Cost:
Annual fee approximately £34Contact name:
Chloe BowlerContact Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgWebsite: http://www.whiteleywags.co.uk
Whiteley WAGs WI is a modern twist on the traditional WI model. Each monthly meeting is very different with the emphasis on fun and friendship. We have a thriving Craft Club, Book Club, quarterly Dress4Dinner Club and have recently started a Walking group. If you are new to the area or just want to meet new friends or learn new skills then come along to a meeting, you will be made very welcome. Your first meeting is free of charge.