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Clubs and Groups
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Salisbury Wildflife Group

The Salisbury Wildlife Group is part of the Wiltshire Wildlife Trust, having been originally established with funding from the former Salisbury District Council.

For more information, visit the Salisbury Wildlife Group website.

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Tuesday Club

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Meetings held at Barry's Fields Pavilion, Weston Lane - 10:00 to 15:00.

The Tuesday club's aim is to provide a day of companionship and activity in a warm and friendly atmosphere for anyone of retirement age and not in employment, especially anyone living on their own. If you would like to have a day out in good company, including refreshments and a good two-course lunch come and join us. You will be most welcome, but please contact our organiser beforehand.

Transport can be provided.

Activities include:
Arts and crafts, games such as Scrabble, board games, cards, quizzes, musical and comedy entertainment. Stretching and other gentle exercise is organised along with foot care being offered every few weeks.

Parties and birthday celebrations, garden parties, Christmas lunches.
Local outings by coach to the coast, garden centres and more.

Acting Chairperson: Val Curtis
Telephone: 863129

Organiser: Julie Hart
Telephone: 862639

Secretary: Felicity Rickard
Telephone: 862451

Transport: Rosemary Acton
Telephone: 862601

Treasurer: Lesley Waters
Telephone: 862269



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Winterslow & District Horticultural Society

For more information, visit our website: https://www.winterslowvillagehall.org.uk/wvh-clubs/clubs.php

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Winterslow & District Social Club


You may contact Winterslow & District Social Club using our Contact Form.

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Winterslow & District Women's Institute

For more information, visit https://www.winterslowvillagehall.org.uk/wvh-clubs/clubs.php

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Winterslow Flower Club

For more information, visit our website: https://www.nafas.org.uk/clubs/winterslow-flower-club/

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Winterslow Land and Allotment Charity

The Winterslow Land and Allotment Charity was set up in the 1700's and originally call the Poorfolks Charity. The aim was to provide villagers with land they could use for growing produce, as the Land Court took the common land.

Nowadays the Charity can provide grants to Winterslow residents who are in need.

We have a number of allotments in Witt Road, grazing land, a parcel of land in Farley, which is farmed and a rented bungalow in Witt Road. The incomes from these assets are given out in the form of grants.

For more information, contact: val.allotments@yahoo.co.uk

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Winterslow Parish Council Health and Wellbeing Group

Winterslow Parish Council has responded to a Southern Area Board project to establish, at parish level, an active group who will look at issues relating specifically to elderly and disabled parishioners, their families and carers. This will have the working title of The Winterslow Health & Welfare Forum.

This group has been networking with other parish groups to identify best practice in terms of existing dedicated activity provision, and how to respond to specific needs, where there is an identified shortfall. An example of the areas for consideration would be the provision of suitable targeted activities for identified groups in the parish and respite care for those giving family or friends support.

The aim is to establish and maintain a group of volunteers that represents the widest spectrum of relevant parish organisations and groups as possible. An initial work, as a first step, has been to identify the current situation and develop a strategy to maximise the opportunities for parishioners in these groups, and their support, to be involved in their chosen activities. In tandem with this will be the development of associated opportunities for carers to take advantage of respite care and/or to take part, if they wished, in parish-based activities.

If you would like to help establish this group and work to enhance the support for our fellow parishioners please contact:
jane.tier@winterslow.org.uk

You can also visit the Your Care Your Support Wiltshire. www.yourcareyoursupportwiltshire.org.uk

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Winterslow Reading Group

For more information, visit https://www.winterslowvillagehall.org.uk/wvh-clubs/clubs.php#reading

Information about the local Mobile Library Service may be found on our Community Services page.



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Winterslow Swimming Club

The Club is for families with Children at the Village School, including other children up to the age of 13.

School Staff and their families with children up to the age of 13 and parishioner of the Parish with Children up to the age of 13.

At least one person in the family group must have attended the Pool Safety Course in 2018 or available to attend a future organised course prior to use.

You may contact Club coordinator at swimmingclub@winterslow.wilts.sch.uk

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Winterslow Whist Club

For more information, visit https://www.winterslowvillagehall.org.uk/wvh-clubs/clubs.php#whist

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Winterslow Women's Group

The Women's Group meet at the Village Hall, in the Committee Room, from 2 to 4pm on the 4th Thursday of each month. As well as the social aspect of the meetings the members dedicate their time to raising funds to support local charities.

You may contact Winterslow Women's Group using our Contact Form.
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Recycling News

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Locations:

Village Hall
Village Shop
Barry's Fields

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