Special Interest Groups

Display: List / Grid
Show:
Sort By:
The club was founded in 1953 and has been very active ever since. The objects of the club are to arrange a programme of rambling, youth hostelling, caving, mountain walking, cycling, pony trekking and other outdoor pursuits. The club also aims to encourage a greater knowledge, love and care of nature and of the countryside. Stroud Rambling Club is an independent organisation affiliated to The Ramblers Association for insurance purposes and does not necessarily hold its views. For more information, contact membership secretary Jonathan Fowler on 01453 765490 or email…
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
Stroud Valleys Community Car Club provides members with flexible access to cars as and when they need them, without the costs and hassle of car ownership. The club provides 24-hour access to cars located in key convenient local areas including Cainscross, Bisley Road, and Slad Road. A Vauxhall Corsa hatchback, a Kia Picanto and a Zafira people carrier are available and can be booked out at short notice for one hour or more. The club owns, maintains and insure the cars - you just book and drive! If you…
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
The Care Café is held at Chipping Campden Baptist Church on the first Saturday of every month, from 12noon until 2pm. It is now in its fourth year. During the winter months we serve home made soup - anything from leek and potato to lentil and tomato, broccoli and stilton to butternut squash and chorizo. In the summer months we serve a ploughman's lunch. The lunch is absolutely free - sometimes a contentious issue, since a common perception is that there is no such thing as a free lunch!…
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
Meets at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, October to March. Come and join us, make new friends and enjoy excellent speakers. Contact Jean Warner on 01285 659936.
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
This is a men's group which meet up fortnightly on Friday mornings. There is also a ladies Probus Club, which meets fortnightly on Tuesdays. We organise occasional outings for members and their partners to places of interest, local walks, lunch and other social events. The Probus Club is a social event sharing experiences meeting new people, inviting speakers to talk about things of interest over refreshments and usually regroup afterwards in the local pub. Contact secretary Tony Mason at abmason13@btinternet.com
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
Meets every Thursday evening (except after a Bank Holiday) at 7pm for 7.30pm at the Cotswold House Hotel, The Square, Chipping Campden. Call 01386 840330
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
Meets once a month on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm in the Methodist Church Hall, Winchcombe. Visitors and new members welcome. Contact Terry Howell on 01242 609590 or email tandj.howell@btinternet.com
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
Probus clubs provide an opportunity for retired or semi-retired people to meet and socialise. Winchcombe Ladies Probus meets fortnightly on Tuesdays. Contact M Simpson on mariannasimpson@hotmail.co.uk  O1242 692352.
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
Winchcombe Matters are here to help work for the community, making sure we help our future neighbourhood plans and views are heard.  Contact Sue Sturgeon on 01242 604334 or email sue.sturgeon@argonet.co.uk
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
The Winchcombe Probus Mercia Club for men provides an opportunity for retired or semi-retired people to meet and socialise. We meet fortnightly on Wednesdays. Contact John Pearce on 01242 602834.
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
Winchcombe is a member of the National Walkers are Welcome UK Network, a community-led approach to developing towns and villages with excellent walking facilities.   The Walkers are Welcome status helps strengthen a town’s reputation as a place for visitors to come and enjoy the outdoors, bringing benefits to the local economy.   We organise an annual Walking Festival, developed the 42-mile long distance Winchcombe Way, created an ‘accessible for all’ riverside path, publish downloadable walking routes, and drive many initiatives around the town to make Winchcombe a…
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2.30pm in Winchcombe Methodist Church Hall, High Street. All visitors are very welcome. Contact Adeline Rucklidge on 01242 603101, email enquiries.winchcombewi@yahoo.co.uk or visit www.sites.google.com/site/winchcombewi/home  
£0.00Ex Tax: £0.00
The club was founded in 1953 and has been very active ever since. The objects of the club are to arrange a programme of rambling, youth hostelling, caving, mountain walking, cycling, pony trekking and other outdoor pursuits. The club also aims to encourage a greater knowledge, love and care of nature and of the countryside. Stroud Rambling Club is an independent organisation affiliated to The Ramblers Association for insurance purposes and does not necessarily hold its views. For more information, contact membership secretary Jonathan Fowler on 01453 765490 or email…
Stroud Valleys Community Car Club provides members with flexible access to cars as and when they need them, without the costs and hassle of car ownership. The club provides 24-hour access to cars located in key convenient local areas including Cainscross, Bisley Road, and Slad Road. A Vauxhall Corsa hatchback, a Kia Picanto and a Zafira people carrier are available and can be booked out at short notice for one hour or more. The club owns, maintains and insure the cars - you just book and drive! If you…
The Care Café is held at Chipping Campden Baptist Church on the first Saturday of every month, from 12noon until 2pm. It is now in its fourth year. During the winter months we serve home made soup - anything from leek and potato to lentil and tomato, broccoli and stilton to butternut squash and chorizo. In the summer months we serve a ploughman's lunch. The lunch is absolutely free - sometimes a contentious issue, since a common perception is that there is no such thing as a free lunch!…
Meets at the Royal Agricultural University in Cirencester on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, October to March. Come and join us, make new friends and enjoy excellent speakers. Contact Jean Warner on 01285 659936.
This is a men's group which meet up fortnightly on Friday mornings. There is also a ladies Probus Club, which meets fortnightly on Tuesdays. We organise occasional outings for members and their partners to places of interest, local walks, lunch and other social events. The Probus Club is a social event sharing experiences meeting new people, inviting speakers to talk about things of interest over refreshments and usually regroup afterwards in the local pub. Contact secretary Tony Mason at abmason13@btinternet.com
Meets every Thursday evening (except after a Bank Holiday) at 7pm for 7.30pm at the Cotswold House Hotel, The Square, Chipping Campden. Call 01386 840330
Meets once a month on Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm in the Methodist Church Hall, Winchcombe. Visitors and new members welcome. Contact Terry Howell on 01242 609590 or email tandj.howell@btinternet.com
Probus clubs provide an opportunity for retired or semi-retired people to meet and socialise. Winchcombe Ladies Probus meets fortnightly on Tuesdays. Contact M Simpson on mariannasimpson@hotmail.co.uk  O1242 692352.
Winchcombe Matters are here to help work for the community, making sure we help our future neighbourhood plans and views are heard.  Contact Sue Sturgeon on 01242 604334 or email sue.sturgeon@argonet.co.uk
The Winchcombe Probus Mercia Club for men provides an opportunity for retired or semi-retired people to meet and socialise. We meet fortnightly on Wednesdays. Contact John Pearce on 01242 602834.
Winchcombe is a member of the National Walkers are Welcome UK Network, a community-led approach to developing towns and villages with excellent walking facilities.   The Walkers are Welcome status helps strengthen a town’s reputation as a place for visitors to come and enjoy the outdoors, bringing benefits to the local economy.   We organise an annual Walking Festival, developed the 42-mile long distance Winchcombe Way, created an ‘accessible for all’ riverside path, publish downloadable walking routes, and drive many initiatives around the town to make Winchcombe a…
Meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month at 2.30pm in Winchcombe Methodist Church Hall, High Street. All visitors are very welcome. Contact Adeline Rucklidge on 01242 603101, email enquiries.winchcombewi@yahoo.co.uk or visit www.sites.google.com/site/winchcombewi/home  
© Loving The Cotswolds. 2017.