A to Z Directory

List of our members and organisations that use Greyfriars facilities.

A to Z list of clubs, services and associates of Greyfriars

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1st Poulner Scout Group
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Abbeyfield Wessex Society Limited
Contact : Claire Waterhouse
Categories: Welfare
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Alzheimer’s Society – Ringwood Dementure Cafe
Contact : Dawn Colverd
Categories: Welfare
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Avon Valley Archaeological Society
Contact : Ann Ireland
Work Phone: 01425 473677 Website: Avon Valley Archaeological Society

Biographical Info

Additional Contacts:

Mark Vincent – 01425 473677
Bill Atkinson – 01722 326978

Categories: History
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Avon Valley Concerts
Contact : Verity Ruecker
Website: Avon Valley Concerts
Categories: Music
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Baby Sensory
Work Phone: 01305 766799 or 07828604061 Website: Baby Sensory

Biographical Info

The baby sensory classes run on Tuesdays between 8.30am to 12.00pm.  The age group is from birth to 13 months.  Baby sensory is “very popular and there is frequently a waiting list”.

The website advises that although visitors are always very welcome, you should make contact in the first place to reserve your place.

 

Categories: Babies, Music, Toddlers
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Ballroom and Latin Dance – PureDance
Contact : Virginia
Categories: Dance
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Bickerley Bridge Club
Contact : Kate Henderson
Work Phone: 01425 476568

Biographical Info

The Bickerley Bridge Club is a Greyfriars Club.

The club meets every Thursday in the Ann Rose Hall, at 6.45 for 7.00 pm start. until – 10.00pm. Duplicate Bridge with occasional team matches – emphasis on a friendly game.

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Bickerley Green Nursing Home
Work Phone: 01425 473312
Categories: Welfare
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Brockenhurst College

Biographical Info

Tutor:- College tutors,

Class:  See ‘ The week at Greyfriars’

Italian & Spanish Lessons

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Bruno Groening Circle of Friends

Biographical Info

What We Are About

This group is for anyone interested in learning how to take divine energy or life force into their body for help and healing. Through an appropriate body posture and spiritual openness, anyone can receive the divine energy through the simple teaching.
Bruno Groening said “Trust and believe. The divine power helps and heals.”

http://www.bruno-groening.org/en

Categories: Health and well being
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Carlton Wine Society
Work Phone: 01425 478472
Categories: Wine
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Cercle Amical de Ringwood
Contact : Penny Buckley
Work Phone: 01202 397440
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Christchurch U3A
Contact : Dawn D’Arcy

Biographical Info

Christchurch U3A offers a programme of educational and leisure activities for those not in full-time employment, and is part of a worldwide movement. Members with similar interests meet during the day in small groups, usually weekly or fortnightly and at various venues. The main aim is to advance the education of retired & semi-retired people and assist them in pursuing their interests within a social environment.

More information through the website: http://www.christchurchu3a.org.uk

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Civil Service Retirement Fellowship (CSRF)
Contact : Ron Fisher
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Community First New Forest
Contact : Jacqui Pitcher
Website: http://www.cfnf.org.uk
Categories: Welfare
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Crochet Group
Contact : Helen Smith
Work Phone: 01202 814468

Biographical Info

Class: Thursday 10.00am – 12.00 noon

Class: Thursday 6.00pm – 7.30pm

Room: Reading Room

Come along and learn the basic stitches in a friendly environment.

You can learn everything from single- and double-stitch to reading patterns and making up your own creations.

Classes cost £5 per session and include refreshments.

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Dorset County Chess Association
Contact : Mike Jay
Website: Dorset Chess Association

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The Dorset County Chess Association promotes chess in the county, including 4 chess congresses a year. One of these congresses is the Dorset Rapidplay which is run in March each year at Greyfriars

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Dorset Koi Keepers
Contact : Rowena Childs
Website: Dorset Koi Keepers

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The club has a varied membership from complete beginners to the more experienced koi keepers. There are typically 40 households as membership.  Meetings are held in the Greyfriars Hall in the winter, but at member’s ponds during the summer months. For more information please see the website

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Ellingham & Ringwood Agricultural Society
Website: Ellingham Show
Categories: Animals
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Fantastique French
Contact : Tim Robins

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Classes of 6 maximum run by experienced local French tutor, Tim Robins. Lessons run on Fridays between 9am and 3pm. 4 different levels. Tim says that the small classes create “the chance to speak freely and make super quick progress”. Full syllabus and booking arrangements on Tim’s website http://fantastiquefrenchtuition.co.uk/ Also, Tim is contactable on his mobile phone: 07944 340 563

Categories: Classes, Languages, Uncategorized
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Forest Forge Theatre Company
Work Phone: 01245 470188 Website: http://www.forestforge.co.uk
Categories: Drama
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Friday Painters
Contact : John Collins

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Friday Painters is a Greyfriars Club.

A small group of painters who meet term by term to enjoy painting and learning from each other with friendly criticism. Because we meet on the top floor of Greyfriars, limited space means we have to restrict our membership numbers, but occasionally vacancies do occur.

Meet: Friday 9:00am to 12:00noon in Room 2.

Contact: John Collins  01202 827766   for further details

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Green Cottage Riding for the Disabled
Contact : Jane Dowding
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Greyfriars Bridge Club
Contact : Joan Westgarth-Taylor Coulson

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We play Duplicate Bridge on Monday afternoons at 1.00 for 1.30 for beginners and improvers and the main Club Night on Fridays at 6.30 for a 7pm start.
We also play Rubber Bridge on Wednesday afternoons 1.15 – 4.00pm
Contact Joan Westgarth-Taylor on 01425 477429 or email [email protected]

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Greyfriars Lace Club
Contact : Liz Duffin

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We are a Greyfriars Club.

The club meets on Monday 10.00 – 12 noon. Tuition is given to beginners. Members make, according to their choice, various Pillow Laces – Bucks, Torchon, Honiton and Beds – Maltese etc. Friendly informal atmosphere and new members made very welcome.

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Greyfriars Play Reading Groups
Contact : Russell Webb

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The Play Reading Groups are Greyfriars Clubs.

One group meets on Wednesday afternoons from 2.00 – 4.00 pm (not August), to read a wide range of plays for pleasure. Please contact Russell Webb (01425 476618).[email protected]

Another group  also meet on Wednesdays from 2-4pm to do the same. Please contact Chris Wightman (01425 475082).

In a convivial atmosphere, we aim to read a play a week. Play sets borrowed from Winchester discovery Centre, via Ringwood Library, include the classical greats of European literature (notably, Anouilh, Checkhov, Ibsen, Shaw and Wilde) together with contributions from contemporary writers (e.g. Alan Bennett, Agatha Christie, Noel Coward, Somerset Maughn, Arthur Miller John Osborne, Harold Pinter, J B Priestley, Emlyn and Tennesse Williams). Thus all aspects of drama are covered – tragedy, mystery, comedy – and the cathartic or joyful effects are fully appreciated by the readers whose nuanced reactions to the text ensure that each play becomes alive and meaningful. If anyone would like to join us (no experience necessary,  just enthusiasm!) please contact Russell on the phone number or e mail above

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Greyfriars pre-school
Contact : Sue Leather
Work Phone: 07852 342312

Biographical Info

This group was one of the first in the country to be formed in May 1961 and celebrated their fiftieth anniversary in May 2011.

Sessions are held every morning from 8.45 – 11.45 am and every afternoon 12.30 – 3.30 pm in the Ebenezer Hall.

Parent/Toddler sessions are held on Thursday afternoons from 1.00 – 2.30 pm in the Ann Rose Hall.

We are registered with, and inspected by, Ofsted. Latest inspection was in September 2012 and received the grade – OUTSTANDING.

Categories: Children, Education, Toddlers
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Greyfriars Spinners and weavers
Contact : Linda Window

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The Spinners and Weavers are a Greyfriars Club.

We are a friendly group of mainly, but not solely, women who are interested in developing our skills in making textiles through the use of natural fibres and the traditional skills of spinning, weaving, dyeing and felting. We can lend equipment and you will find that there is always someone willing to show you how it works and to help sort out problems. Visitors and long term members are always welcome.

We meet every Wednesday (Except August) Weavers 09.00am — 04.00 pm in room 2.      Spinners 09.00 — 12.00 noon in the Hilary Christy Room

Contact  Linda Window 01725 514468 or  Beryl Polak  01425 472613.

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Group 94
Contact : Frances Mason

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Group 94 is a Greyfriars Club.

We meet 2nd & 4th Fridays of the month during term time in the Activities Centre  9am – 4pm.

Group 94 is an art group, with the occasional visiting lecturers and occasional life drawing days for experienced painters and printmakers. Visitors to both, lectures and life drawing are welcome For further details:

Contact Frances Mason 01590 679921

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Hampshire Genealogical Society
Contact : Paul Pinhorne
Website: http://www.hgs-online.org.uk
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Happy Dogs Rescue Service
Contact : Lynn Williams
Work Phone: 01425 478260
Categories: Animals
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King’s Church
Contact : Keith Burgess
Work Phone: 01425 477 254 Website: Kings Church Ringwood
Categories: Religion
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KM Web Design and Solutions
Contact : Nicola Buskell

Biographical Info

Website Designer in Ringwood, Hampshire helping local organisations and businesses with their online marketing including:

  • Mobile responsive website
  • web and email hosting – green hosting and fast
  • cloud hosting
  • website administration and management
  • website training
  • website technical support
  • Social Media Marketing configuarion
  • Social Media Marketing training

I will be running website and online marketing training classes at Greyfriars for those wanting to learn HTML coding and set up and run their own websites.

Contact me for further information.

 

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Little Dance Class
Contact : Leanne
Work Phone: 07904 906900

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Little Dance Class on Mondays in the Anne Rose Hall 4.o0 – 5.00pm

Categories: Dance, Music, Toddlers
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Longwater Tai Chi
Contact : Gina Davenport
Categories: Fitness
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Lorna Byron School of Art
Contact : Lorna Byron
Work Phone: 01425 477 414

Biographical Info

Class: Tuesday 9:30am to 12:30pm

Room: Anne Rose Hall

This class includes occasional Saturday workshops.

Lorna a prolific New Forest artist, was privileged to study Fine Art with the late Edward jones, RBA. Students enjoy one-to-one tuition from Lorna, working at their own pace to acquire the knowledge necessary to create paintings to be proud of. Careful attention is given to drawing skills together with painting techniques. The classes are enjoyable and friendly.

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New Forest (W) Conservative Association
Contact : Peter Nicholson
Work Phone: 01425 476550
Categories: Politics
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New Forest Cycling Club
Contact : Peter Weaver
Website: Newforest Cycling Club
Categories: Fitness
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New Forest Green Party
Contact : John Pemberton
Categories: Politics
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New Forest Guild of Weavers, Spinners & Dyers
Contact : Dawn Willey
Work Phone: 01202 823095
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New Forest North Citizens Advice Bureau
Contact : Sandra Ollett
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New Forest School of Dance
Contact : Mary Richardson
Work Phone: o1425 472 928

Biographical Info

Class:

  • Modern and tap: Tuesday 4:00pm to 7:30pm
  • Modern and tap (including boys class): Tuesday 4:00pm to 7:00pm
  • Ballet and modern: Saturday 9:00am to 1:30pm

Room:

  • Tuesday: Ebenezer Hall and Ann Rose Hall
  • Saturday: Activities Centre

The New Forest School of Dance provides ballet, modern dance and tap classes for children between the ages of 3 and 18.

Our philosophy is that dancing is for everyone, helping to build confidence in our young pupils. We aim to provide an excellent dance education is a safe, caring and fun atmosphere.

The school follows the syllabi of the Royal Academy of Dance and the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing. If they wish to, and when they have reached the required standard, pupils may be entered for examinations.

Every two years we perform a show involving all children aged six and above, which takes place at the Layard Theatre in Wimbourne. We also take part in various local charity events and older students thoroughly enjoy performing with local amateur dramatic societies.

We also run a very popular Summer School at the beginning of the Summer Holidays.

 

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New Forest(W) Constituency Labour Party
Contact : Stephen Short
Categories: Politics
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Painting for pleasure
Contact : Catherine Row
Work Phone: 01725 517 723

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Class: Thursday 10:00am to 12:00noon

Room: Ann Rose Hall

The class continues to thrive with students enjoyuing a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, encouraged to use their own ideas to help with and guidance offered when needed.

We welcome new members at any time during the term: just bring your own paints, pencils and paper and come and see if you like the class.

There is a different still-life set up each week for those who would like to paint it, or you can bring your own subject to work from such as sketches, photographs or objects to draw.

All abilities are welcome.

 

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Paws 4 Rewards
Contact : Lisa Tonks
Work Phone: 07967 640533 & 01425480893

Biographical Info

Paws 4 Reward are in on Thursday evenings every week for Dog training at 6 pm

Categories: Dogs
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Pilates
Contact : Sandie Wills
Categories: Fitness
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Poulner Players
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Ringwood & Burley Band
Contact : Cliff Brook
Work Phone: 07786038080

Biographical Info

Meet Fridays 8.00pm – 10.00pm

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Ringwood & Fordingbridge Lions Club
Contact : Bill Andrews
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Ringwood & Fordingbridge Talking News
Contact : Peter Ansell
Categories: Charity, Ringwood
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Ringwood Afternoon WI
Contact : Janet Shanks

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The Ringwood WI meet monthly at Greyfriars, typically on the 4th Monday. But please check their website first or phone on 01425 470 826

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Ringwood Antiques Club
Contact : Jackie Noakes
Categories: Antiques
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Ringwood Art Society
Contact : David Lowe

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The Ringwood Art Society is a Greyfriars Club.

Our meetings are held at 7.30 pm on the third Monday of each month.  We are a friendly club with all members sharing an enthusiasm and enjoyment of art in all mediums including 3D art. We have an interesting series of demonstrations and a varied programme of workshops. In addition to our main Annual Exhibition at Greyfriars, members also have the opportunity to exhibit at other venues to show and sell their work. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced artist, you will be very welcome. Guest and visitors are always welcome at our demonstrations for a small charge of £5.00

For more information visit our website http://www.ringwoodartsociety.org  contact: Chairman David Lowe 01425 482602

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Ringwood Carnival Society
Contact : Christine Smith
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Ringwood Community Choir
Contact : Kirsteen Freer
Work Phone: 01725 517 807

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Class: Wednesday 7:30pm to 9:45pm

Room: Hilary Christy Room

Have you ever wished you could sing, or have you been too busy to sing for years and now find yourself with a little more time? If so, this could be the choir for you.

I believe almost everyone can sing and so welcome you to come and ‘sing for joy’ with the Ringwood Community Choir.

We sing songs from around the world and in different styles: African, Eastern European, gospel, folk, do-wop, spirituals, rounds and more. There is no need to read music, although music is available.

If you would like to come and join our friendly group for a fun musical relaxing and uplifting evening, contact Kirsteen on the number above.

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Ringwood Floral Decoration Society
Contact : Brenda Titt

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Ringwood Floral Decoration SocietyEnjoy demonstrations, teach-ins and social events. Meetings are held on the last Thursday in every month at 2.15pm in the Greyfriars Hall. Annual membership is £20, plus £1 per meeting. The fee for visitors is £4. The society is affiliated to NAFAS. The secretary, who will be pleased to provide further information is Brenda Titt, 01425 475 715. New members always welcome – why not come as a visitor to begin with?

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Ringwood Foodbank
Contact : Craig Adams

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The Ringwood Foodback is an Affiliated Organisation.

All food given out by foodbanks is donated.  Often this is from schools, churches, businesses, individuals, or through supermarket collections.  This extract is from the website http://www.ringwood.foodbank.org.uk

The main contact is Craig Adams.  Craig’s landline is 01425 471787. The chairman is Alistair Stokes.  Alistair’s email address is: [email protected]

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Ringwood Garden Club

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Ringwood & District community association Garden Club

Affiliated to RHS & HFHS.  We are also a Greyfriars Club.

Illustrated talks on a variety of  garden Topics in Greyfriars Hall at 7.30pm (unless otherwise stated) on 1st & 3rd, (sometimes 3rd & 5th) Thursday of each month throughout mid September to late April.  Summer programme of visits to members’ gardens and coach trips to national garden attractions though May – September.

Membership fee £10.00 per season.

For further information Email[email protected]  or phone 01425 478178 /  01202 574875

We look forward to welcoming you either as a visitor or new member. We are a friendly Club for all who have an interest in gardens and gardening ( a garden isn’t necessary!).   

New members (£10.00 per season) are always welcome as are visitors who may attend up to 3 meetings per season without becoming members ( £3.00 per meeting – if you join during a meeting  the visitor fee will be refunded for that meeting).

Anyone wishing to join the club during the summer session, will, on payment of current dues, be enrolled and will have been deemed to have paid subscription for the following year.

Note, club members must be members of the Ringwood and District Community Association (Greyfriars ) whose subscriptions  become due at the start of the new session in September,

Whilst most of our meetings are fully illustrated, the odd one may be a practical demonstration with supporting props. Meetings normally start at 7.30 pm in the Greyfriars Hall, Ringwood Community Association Centre, Christchurch Road, Ringwood. though plant auctions/AGM and enrollment nights start at the earlier times of 7.00 or 7.15 pm as noted on the programme.

The twice yearly plant auctions (free to visitors!) are fun and are a really cost effective way of stocking a new or re-modeled garden. Plants come from a variety of different locations and soil types around Ringwood and relevant planting care advise is always available from one of the many knowledgeable  Club members.

A summer programme is issued towards the end of the winter programme and includes members gardens open for fellow members only with teas and (often) homemade cakes available.

A Couple of coach trips to various gardens/horticultural attractions are also usually arranged and spare seats are offered for sale to non-members/visitors, so keep  yours eyes peeled for notices of these..

Coach outings have 3 pick up points: 1, St. Ives A31 bus stop (either E or W according to destination) 2. Mansfield Road Ringwood.  3. Moortown Lane, Crow.

 

 

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Ringwood Infant School
Contact : Anne Burrell
Categories: Education
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Ringwood Machine Knitting Club
Contact : Maureen Gulliver

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The club meets on the 1st and 3rd Monday each month, 11.15am to 1.15pm – September to July.  There are several club aims including sharing knowledge of new and existing knitting techniques and providing a social meeting with friends. Specialist speaker are invited from time to time. New members are very welcome, whether experienced or just wanting to learn the craft for the first time

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Ringwood Meeting House Association
Contact : Annette Hibberd
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Ringwood Parish Church
Website: Ringwood Parish Church
Categories: Religion
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Ringwood Scottish Country Dance Club
Contact : Margaret Bulley

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The Ringwood Scottish Country Dance Club is a Greyriars Club.

We are an active group that has been meeting in Ringwood for 40+ years. Beginners are invited to attend at 7.00pm, after initially contacting our Secretary.  The end of the evening is dedicated to more advanced dances, often with a view to learning dances for members wishing to attend social Saturday evening dances held in the localiy.

Please come and join us for fun and exercise.

We meet on Tuesdays from 7.00pm to 9.30pm.  As explained above, inexperienced dancers should come at 7.00pm and 7.30pm is for everyone else.  The summer break is typically from near the end of May until the 2nd week in September, but please check the details of this.

More information, including fees are on our website

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Ringwood Society
Contact : Jeff Wicken
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Ringwood Table Tennis Club
Contact : Pat Baldwin

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Ringwood Table Tennis Club is a Greyfriars Club.

Club nights are held on Fridays from 7.30 pm in the Activities Centre. League matches are played on Tuesdays from 7.00pm throughout the year (Premier to Division 5). New members and guests are welcome.

Please contact Pat Baldwin (01425 476343).

A happy club with members of ALL AGES, we welcome new members and guests of any ability on Friday – Club nights. Just drop in to say hello! or contact Pat on the number above. Tuesday nights are reserved for league matches and match practice only.

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Ringwood Town Council
Website: http://www.ringwood.gov.uk
Categories: Politics, Ringwood
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Ringwood Twinning Association
Contact : Colin Nye
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Rotary Club of Ringwood
Contact : Geoff Kynaston

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The Rotary Club of Ringwood is an Affiliated Organisation and holds regular meetings at Greyfriars. Information available through membership secretary Geoff Kynaston 01425 476500. Website:

http://www.rotary-ribi.org/clubs/homepage.php?ClubID=674

 

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Royal British Legion
Contact : Sally Larsson
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Royal Photographic Society
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Sue Smith
Dementia Friends
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Spinnaker Sailing Club

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Affiliated organisation

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St. John Ambulance
Contact : Emma Smart
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Stable Family Home Trust
Contact : Mark Sydney
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Subud – Wessex
Contact : O Whitehouse

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Meets 2nd Sunday in the month 10.30am – 12.30pm

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The Ringwood Machine Knitting Club
Contact : Maureen Gulliver

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The Ringwood Machine Knitting Club is a Greyfriars Club.

Meet:- 1st & 3rd. Monday each month 11.30 – 1.15pm (September – July_ in Greyfriars Hall.)

The aim of our Club is to give members the opportunity to: *Share the knowledge of new and existing knitting techniques. *Help other to gain knowledge of their machines. *Demonstrate techniques /ideas. *Invite speakers to some of our meetings. *Enjoy a social meeting with friends. *Promote machine knitting and welcome anyone who would like to join us whether they be new to the craft or wishing to start once again using the long neglected machines.

Contact Maureen Gulliver 01425 472225

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Three Counties Cat Society
Contact : Sheila Biggs
Website: Three Counties Cat Society
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Trinity United Church
Contact : John Birch
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Viisions Life Foundation
Contact : Lynda Shelton
Categories: Welfare
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Wessex Cat Club
Contact : Judy Emmans
Work Phone: 01962 853901 Website: Wessex Cat Club
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Yoga and Mindful Movement
Contact : Mari Dixon

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Monday morning 9:30 – 11:00

Wednesday morning 10:00 – 11:30

Classes consist of mindful movement, breathing techniques, deep relaxation of Yoga Nidra and meditation.

Cultivate mindfulness.

Reduce levels of stress and anxiety.

Release pain and tension.

Improve overall physical and emotional wellbeing.

A well balanced practice taught with a sensitive approach suitable for all.

“Live life to its full potential with strength and stability / calm and ease.”

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Yoga for Men
Contact : Jon Dixon

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Run by Jon every Thursday, 7pm to 8.15pm.

Jon says “Come and try a yoga class specifically for men. To include posture work, breathing techniques and meditation. Whatever your age and ability this class will help improve your overall health and fitness, and general wellbeing – For further information please contact Jon (BWY Dip) tel: 01425 480839 & email [email protected]“.

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Young at Heart
Contact : Poppy Garvey
Categories: Welfare
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Zumba Fitness
Contact : Claire

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Have fun and work out to great music!

All ages and abilities!

Burn up to 800 calories an hour.

£5.00 per session

 

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