Clubs & Societies
Great Staughton Rainbows
Meet on Tuesdays and currently have spaces for new members. For further information please email email@example.com
Great Staughton Guides
The 1st Gt Staughton Guides are now back to face-to-face meetings on Wednesday evenings during school term. Meet on Wednesdays and currently have spaces for new members. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Highwayman Scheme
For local residents. Volunteer drivers provide transport for social and medical purposes. All journeys are subject to the availability of drivers and at the discretion of the co-ordinator.
Please ring 07786 520540 for more information.
Great Staughton Book Club
Meet on the last Thursday of each month.
For further information please contact Lorraine Goody on 07855 826096.
Great Staughton Tennis Club
Anyone interested in joining the Tennis Club, please email email@example.com and an application Form can be sent to you. Our annual membership fees for a junior member (under 16s) are £5, an adult member is £10 and a family membership (for up to six members) is £25. We look forward to hearing from you!
Great Staughton Youth Club
As a team of seven volunteers, we started the Youth Club in 2014 and it had been running for six years when in the middle of March 2020 we were all affected by the COVID pandemic.
As a group we have had lots of time to reflect since lockdown and we feel now is the time for us to hand over the reigns or sadly close the club. We would like to say a huge thank you to the community for all the support over the time we have been running the club.
Contact can be made on firstname.lastname@example.org and there is also have a Facebook page Great Staughton Youth Club.
The Great Staughton Horticultural Society has served the local community on horticultural matters ever since it was first established in 1965. The Annual Show in late summer is the big event of the year covering flowers, vegetables, cookery, handicrafts, children’s classes and sundry items. There is also a Plant Sale with cream teas in the spring and a Garden Talk in the autumn. In addition, there are trips to gardens of interest and visits to member’s gardens. Meetings are held at regular intervals and new members are always welcome. For news, keep an eye on the main news section of the website.
Do you dream of growing your own vegetables, fresh fruit, herbs and flowers? If so, you will be pleased to learn that Great Staughton has a site containing 27 allotments. There is also a young community orchard on the site which was planted approximately 3 years ago. Regular work parties to keep the allotment area tidy, weed free and in good repair, take place once a month weather permitting. Allotmenteers bring their own coffee and home made cake is provided. The allotment holders meet once a year to discuss any issues and agree any particular work that needs doing. The annual rent is approx £15.00 to £30.00 per plot, dependent upon size. This includes the annual membership fee of £10.00 which is used to help offset any expenses incurred in the maintenance of the site. Allotmenteers are a friendly bunch and are always happy to offer guidance to new members, share produce and also love to pick up tips from other members.
If you would like further information please email: Judy York = email@example.com
Great Staughton & Perry Community Hub
We are going to launch the Community Hub and tea/coffee gathering on Friday 22nd October between the hours of 1.30pm to 4.00 pm and from then on, if it is successful, every third Friday in the month. Hope to see you there.
Great Staughton W I
Gt Staughton W I meet on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the Village Hall at 7.30pm. A friendly group and everyone is welcome. Contact Margaret Sare 01480 860963.
Kym Valley Carpet Bowls
Club nights Tuesday and Friday 7pm to 9.30pm New to the village or new to the game? You'll be welcome to join us for a friendly game amongst friendly people.
More information from:
Anthony Withers 861224
Why not come and try your hand? There are a few vacancies at present.
A friendly gathering with tea and biscuits during the interval!
Come and play the game that was banned by Edward III.
Sir Francis Drake of course managed to finish his game of bowls and then thrash the Armada.