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ACA AFFILIATED ORGANISATIONS

We would welcome your Organisation’s support as an Affiliated Group.  See details:

Affiliated Groups can enjoy a discount on normal Centre room-booking rates.

Several of the ACA affiliated organisations do not meet regularly at the Centre, but value the Community  relationship.

 

 

Associations and organisations, whether corporate or unincorporated which operate solely or in

part within the area of benefit, are voluntary or non profit distributing, and which wish to support

the objects of the Association, shall be known as AFFILIATED GROUPS. Each organisation shall

appoint one member to represent it at meetings, and subscriptions shall be paid to ACA.

 

 

If your group activity has a couple of pictures that we might display at small size on our website,

we would be pleased to receive them, so that we can encourage others along to be part of what makes

ACA the key part of Addlestone that it is. Please email images to  web@AddlestoneCommunityAssociation.info

 

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ADDLESTONE HISTORICAL SOCIETY

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Hon Secretary: Pat Brown

0 1932

848431

 

8pm First Tuesday each Month (except August)

This Society aims to bring together those interested in local history and to encourage research in Addlestone, New Haw, Row Town and Woodham areas.

Visiting speakers cover a variety of relevant topics.  

There are also occasional trips organised to places of local interest

 

Updated: May2014

 

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RUNNYMEDE RAMBLERS

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Contact Secretary: John

01344

409342

The Club was formed in 1983 and is a small friendly club. We have about 65 members, although the number of members on a walk varies from eight to eighteen. Most of our members live within Runnymede Borough but some live further away.

You are welcome no matter what your post-code.

 

 

Updated: May2014

 

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WEST ADDLESTONE RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION

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Contact:  Gill Fawcett

01932

846755

We currently hold a membership of approximately 1700 households. As an organisation, our purpose is to serve the West Addlestone Community by listening to our memberships’ bright ideas, concerns, experiences and news, both good and bad, helping to sustain the character of our area as a desirable place to live.        Updated: May2014

 

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FITNESS LEAGUE

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Contact:  Margaret

0208

5708519

Monday afternoons 1.30 – 2.30

Fitness League classes provide an effective, structured and safe exercise system for women of all ages and abilities, to energise and strengthen the whole body.  The focus is on good posture and core stability, mobilising joints, flexibility and building strength in the muscles.  Co-ordination exercises train the brain as well as the body! Relaxation and breathing exercises will reduce tension and improve health and fitness generally.

And its FUN!

Updated: May2014

 

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ADDLESTONE VICTORY PARK BOWLING CLUB

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Contact Secretary: Doreen

01932

851563

We welcome both people with previous experience and also those that may be interested in starting out to learn more about what a great game Bowls is.

We use outdoor bowling facilities during the main season and then play indoor (short mat) bowling when the main season is finished.

We are also able to offer training and guidance for all levels of player.

 

Updated: May2014

 

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1st / 4th ADDLESTONE SCOUTS

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Contact Scout Leader:  Steve Barrett-Jolley

07917

126620

The 1st / 4th Addlestone Scout Group, is one of the largest Scout Groups in the District of Runnymede.  We run five meetings every week from our purpose built and owned HQ in Spinney Hill,  Addlestone.   We have a large activities hall, fitted kitchen and meeting room, together with a very large rear field.  We welcome boys and girls to join our group. for fun, activities, trips and camping.

 

Updated: May2014

 

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SAINSBURY VETERANS

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Chair:   Mr Geoff Skipper

0 1932

353779

 

Monthly 3rd Tuesday  2-4pm

We are a relatively small friendly group who meet on the third Tuesday of the month.

The Committee try to arrange a variety of talks, demonstrations, entertainment and the usual Bingo, Quiz, etc.  So if you have not come to one of our club afternoons, we would be delighted to meet you. You can bring your partner or friend with you.

All club afternoons are free.                                                                       Updated: May2014

 

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BOURNE CONCERT BAND

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Contact: Diana 

07747

035074

 

The Bourne Concert Band of Woking is a friendly community band which rehearses every Tuesday and performs several concerts a year, including various events during the summer months.

 

 

Updated: May2014

 

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RUNNYMEDE BRANCH ST JOHN FELLOWSHIP

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Contact:  Brenda

01932

850589

Meet 4th Monday of Month (except May,Aug,Dec)

As retired Surrey St John Ambulance members, we meet regularly to enjoy lunches together, catch up, go places, and hear what visiting speakers have to say.

 

Updated: May2014

 

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ADDLESTONE AFTERNOON TOWNSWOMENS GUILD 

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Contact: Marian Strike 0 1932 844325  or  Margaret Stewart 0 1932 841919

01932

844325

Monthly on the Last Thursday 2.15pm : Addlestone Methodist Church Hall.

The programme for the year is varied with a wide range of interesting speakers, a garden party, a Christmas party, quizzes and fun afternoons. Why not come and join us for an interesting afternoon with good company and a cup of tea?               Updated: May2014

 

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MEDIATION NORTH SURREY

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Box 279, Cobham, Surrey, KT11 2JR

 

08707

514311

Neighbour Problems?    Can't find the right words?

Mediation can Help  :  Free Confidential Help in your own home

 

 

 

Updated: May2014

 

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RUNNYMEDE and SPELTHORNE C.A.B.

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Contact: By phone or Letter.  Advice cannot be offered by email.

01932

842666

To provide the advice people need for the problems they face.

To improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives.

The service provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. It values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination.

 

Updated: May2014

 

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ADDLESTONE SALVATION ARMY

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Contact: Major Ian Loxley

07726

580034

You will find a warm welcome at Addlestone Salvation Army. We are not a large church, but are lively and friendly.  We embrace the Mission Statement and Vision Statement of The Salvation Army.

 

Updated: May2014

 

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RUNNYMEDE U3A   The University of the Third Age

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VARIOUS  GROUPS  AS  BELOW        U3A Membership: Maggie Alderman

01932

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BEGINNERS BRIDGE    Fortnightly Thursdays     2-4pm      Betty Lloyd: 0 1932 344122

 

BRIDGE                             Weekly Tuesdays            2-4pm      Vi Spicer: 0 1932 821172

 

 

                                                                                                                     Updated: Fab 2017

 

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ADDLESTONE SINGERS

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Contact: Anne

01932

565352

Do you enjoy singing? If so the Addlestone Singers could be just the Ladies Choir for you. We are a group of ladies of all ages and abilities who meet from 8pm - 9.45pm on Monday evenings at the Methodist Church in Station Rd, to sing together.

To take part you don’t need to be able to read music, just enjoy singing. 3 free taster sessions are available.

 

Updated: May2014

 

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BEACON CHURCH

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Contact Office:  95-99 Guildford St, Chertsey, Surrey, KT16 9AS

01932

569405

We're ordinary people who prize a relationship with God. Following Christ is helping us to be more adventurous, hopeful, compassionate, grateful, worshipful, peaceful... you get the idea! So that moves us to go out and serve in Addlestone, Chertsey and beyond

Updated: May2014

 

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ADDLESTONE AND DISTRICT SCOTTISH SOCIETY

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Contact Membership Sec: Val Clack

01932

845869

Meets at St Mary’s Church Hall, Church Rd, Byfleet

Scottidh Country Dancing  on Wednesdays 8.15 – 10.15  (September to May)

The Addlestone and District Scottish Society aims to provide a relaxed and friendly social atmosphere amongst its members and guests. Preservation and promotion of the traditions of Scotland are encouraged and promoted through its activities. The Society also makes donations to Scottish and local charities.

 

Updated: May2014

 

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ADDLESTONE YOUTH CENTRE

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Church Road, Addlestone  - see web for schedule              Contact: Gemma Rutter

01932

857690

Our youth work in the centres is all about participation and encouraging young people to engage with us.  We constantly strive to build excellent working relationships with young people and create opportunities for their personal and social development.

We have created thriving and successful youth centres that respond to young people’s needs.  We have achieved this success through a strong support triangle between the local community, Youth & Community Workers at each centre and the young people themselves.

Updated: May2014

 

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ST JOHN AMBULANCE BRIGADE

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