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There are loads of clubs, societies and activities to get stuck into – from relaxing to energetic and everything in between!

Clubs

Bridge Club
First and third Tuesdays each month, various venues
Pauline Scott
t. 01985 215760

Gardening Club
Third Wednesday each month
Venues announced in The Bridge magazine or find them on the Home page under ‘Freshly Picked Diary Dates’
Pauline Scott
t. 01985 215760

Horningsham Youth Club (including the Deverills)
For all young people from 10 19 years.
Ken Windess
t. 01985 845002, or
Caroline Dykes
844022

Lunch Club
Last Tuesday of the month, 12.30 pm, various venues.
Pauline Scott
t. 01985 215760

Tennis Club
New members welcome - all ages, all abilities!
Three hard courts available all year. Weekly junior coaching available. Low subscriptions.
Sue Newell
t. 01373 825560, or
Rebecca Bennett
t. 07974 796468



Societies

Corsley WI
President - Carol Seward
t. 01373 832446
Information and dates for meetings and events can be found in Diary Dates on the 'home' page or in the magazine. Coffee Mornings are held on the first Tuesday of each month, 10 am ‐ 12 noon, Corsley Reading Room. New members are most welcome — for more information, contact Carol or come to any WI meeting in Corsley Reading Room.



Activities

Corsley Cycling Club
New members welcome
Contact Rob White t. 01373 832591
Corsley Cycling Club

Corsley Festival Choir
Rehearsals are on Mondays at St Margaret's Church, Corsley, at 7.15 pm preparing for the concert on Sunday 14th May. For more information on joining the Choir, contact Jenny Rutty on 01373 832418

Corsley Memorial Playing Field

Corsley Memorial Playing Field


Whether it is a swing, zip wire, bike area, football, a nest swing for the less able, boules for a slower pace, or just a place to sit and watch the clouds go by, Corsley Memorial Playing Field has something to offer for all ages and abilities. Parking is available on site.
The refurbished pavilion with fabulous veranda is available to hire for birthday parties or other occasions. Corsley cricket and and tennis clubs are also based at the playing field.

Now run and maintained entirely by dedicated volunteers and donations from locals, Corsley War Memorial Playing Field was established in 1947 as a memorial for those who lost their lives during the two World Wars. Since then many memorial trees and benches have been added, dedicated to the memory of villagers who enjoyed using the field in their lifetimes and where loved ones can sit and remember.

The playing field is registered with the Charity Commission to ensure that it remains a central feature of village life and in recent years has been transformed, thanks to the efforts of trustees and volunteers, so that it is a great place to be.

The Memorial Playing Field Committee receives no guaranteed income, so must regularly host events to raise the £3,000 a year the field costs to run. (£1,400 of which is insurance). These include activities at the field itself or events such as a fashion show or quiz night.

We have Wiltshire ‘Fun in the Sun’ free sports for children sessions in the summer holidays, the annual ‘Bridge Trophy’ cricket match between Chapmanslade and Corsley, treasure hunts, a Halloween ‘Spooky Doo’ and many more events and activities.

The refurbished pavilion with its veranda and disabled facilities is available for hire for events such as celebration parties, meetings or classes.

Open from dawn to dusk every day.

For more information, bookings, or to volunteer, please contact
Chairman: Dr Neil Carpenter
     t. 01373 832314
     m.07919 057997
     e.email
Secretary: Marion Liquorice
     t.01373 832314
     m.07796 544565
     e.email
Treasurer: Barbara Hughes
     t.01373 832273

Corsley Memorial Playing Field
Corsley Heath
Warminster
BA12 7PJ

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Campanology (bell ringing!)
For information, please contact Maz Moldon
t. 01373 832672

Cinema Corsley
New programme to be announced for autumn 2017, but the first film of the new season will be ‘Viceroy's House’ (Certificate 12A), on Thursday 28th September.
Bar and snacks
Doors open at 7 pm and films start at 7.30 pm, Corsley Reading Room
Tickets £6 from Acres Supply

Litter Pickers (Corsley)
Meet opposite the Royal Oak at 10 am on the first Saturday of each month.
Do come along and help keep our village beautiful! All equipment provided.

Light Bites (Spring/Summer) Soup & Ploughman's Lunches (Autumn/Winter)
There are no charges for our lunches, but any donations go to various charities.
Please see The Bridge magazine or the Freshly Picked diary dates on the 'home' page for dates and times.
t. 01373 832650 or 832490 or 832059

Piano Lessons
Pianoforte and Theory.
Debbi Rickhuss
t. 01373 832829
m. 07747 499990
e. Debbie Rickhuss

Pilates
Small group classes and 1-to-1 tuition. Classes are held in Warminster and Horningsham.
Caroline
t. 07734 904193

Short Mat Bowls (Chapmanslade)
We meet at 7.15 pm every Friday at Chapmanslade Village Hall — free tuition and taster sessions (bowls available)
Contact either
t. 01373 832457 (Vaughan), or
t. 01373 471503 (Andy)

Yoga (Corsley)
Tuesdays, 7 pm – 8.30 pm
Wednesdays 5.30 pm – 7 pm
Corsley Reading Room
Jackie Jasper
t. 01373 832301
e. Jackie Jasper

Zumba (Chapmanslade)
For all levels of fitness, NO experience necessary!
Mondays, 7.30 pm - 8.30 pm in the Village Hall.
Thursday 7 pm ‐ 8 pm at Lonbridge Deverill Village Hall
Amy
t. 07830 119032