This vibrant Club meets at 7.30pm in the Vic Day Hall of the Shrivenham Memorial Hall on the first Tuesday of the month (except August, when we have our annual dinner at a local hostelry). The annual fee is £10 per person, or if you come as a visitor, it is £3 per meeting.
The talks cover a wide range of topics and not all on gardening. We also have a fish and chip supper with quizzes, a plant sale, an outing to a horticultural show and a four-day holiday.
We represent the history of Shrivenham and the surrounding districts. We have our Heritage Centre located in the south end of the Memorial Hall, where we have a growing collection of documents, photographs, maps and artefacts. Our documents include records from the Parish Council, Schools, Women’s Institute, Brownies, Shrivenham United Charities, Dils & Swartz Collection, British Legion etc. The Centre is open on Tuesday mornings 10 - 12 and Thursday evenings 5.30 - 7.30pm.
Visitors may consult our documents and books, and may also search on our computers online for documents relating to their family history.
We also have a Website that includes an online catalogue at www.shrivenhamheritagesociety.co.uk where we list all of our documents and hundreds of photographs. We hold meetings every quarter in the Memorial Hall, when we present local history, or history that has some connection with our area.
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We are a community choir meeting Weds in term time at the Methodist Church, 7.30pm-9.30pm. We perform 2 concerts + other functions, music to suit most people, no auditions, and no need to read music to join us. For more information please contact Pam Berridge at email@example.com
Tel 01793 783831
Shrivenham Health Walks
Shrivenham Health Walks - get fit and make friends. Led by trained volunteers this friendly group meets at 10.30 every Wednesday in the churchyard for a choice of walks lasting between half and one hour. Coffee/tea available for purchase afterwards in The Barrington Arms. Monthly lunches.
Tel 01793 782876
Shrivenham & District Women's Institute
Whether you fancy making new friends or just enjoying a night out once a month, you’ll be more than welcome at the Shrivenham Women’s Institute.
You are sure to fit in, we come in all shapes, ages, and sizes
We meet in the Memorial Hall on the third Thursday of each month @ 7p.m for 7-30. If you are interested just come along to a meeting, no pressure, just come and see if it is for you.
Telephone Mary Hewitt on 01793 780039 or Jane Ahern on 01793 783521
The Faringdon and District Rotary Club
The Faringdon and District Rotary Club, is a very active World Wide organisation. Local Rotarians meet every Wednesday evening at the Bell Hotel in Faringdon at 7pm. We enjoy a great social life, whilst organising local fund raising events in our area. New club members are always welcome, so why not find out more about this worthwhile organisation by calling our President Glyn James.
Tel 01367 810569
Meeting on Thursday evenings in the back room of Shrivenham Methodist Hall at 7.30 pm. We welcome ladies interested in singing with others.
For more information please contact Grahame Jones.
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We meet most Thursdays in term time in St Andrew's Vicarage , Shrivenham (nov to March) and St Andrew's Church, Shrivenham (April to oct) 7-8pm and only ask for a commitment of ONE named Sunday (usually the 2nd Sunday of each month) a month. We are also very flexible so if you can only commit to one month at a time then we would still love to see you. Please call 07876 637621 for more.
West Vale Branch Wilts & Berks Canal Trust
This local group is restoring the historic canal around the village. Monthly planning meetings are open to all and held at the Prince of Wales on the 1st Wednesday at 8 pm. See the W&BCT website
Tel 01793 783024
Bowmoor Sailing Club
We have the reputation of being a Family Friendly Club offering Dinghy Sailing, Windsurfing, Canoeing, Paddle Boarding and Camping. The Club has a year round racing programme together with one of the largest Youth Fleets in the country and an active cruising section. We are an RYA Recognised Training Centre running beginner courses for children throughout the spring and summer.
We strongly recommend that you visit the club any Sunday to see first hand what we can offer. The Club is sign posted and located in the Cotswold Water Park on the A417 between Lechlade and Fairford.
Tel 01793 765074