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ACA  SECTIONS

 

 

The Sections report to both the Executive and the General Committees on their affairs.

They support the running of the Centre with a financial contribution each year. 

Each section raises the monies for their contribution in many different ways, including

subscriptions for section membership, raffles, dances, shows, etc.

 

 

Note:  Sections set their own subscriptions and fees, which are paid separate from the

Association subscription, and visitor fees. Please see below to make contact with a Section.

 

         

 

 

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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KATS PRODUCTIONS

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Tuesdays 7-9pm.  Principal: Yvette Bartlett

07812

178415

KATS Productions (Youth Theatre) has been successfully running in Addlestone (Surrey) since 2011. We offer a full range of theatrical and performance related opportunities for

8+ year olds in the local community. New members always welcome.

 

Updated: Mar2017

 

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ADDLESTONE BADMINTON CLUB

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Tuesdays and Thursdays 8-11 pm. Secretary: Ms Diane Williams , 88 Woodlands Ave, West Byfleet, KT14 6AP

01932

400322

We always welcome new members.   We play on two courts in the Tulk Hall with feather shuttlecocks.  Come and play and see if we are the right standard for you.

As well as club nights we run teams in the Woking and the Hounslow & Staines league.

 

Updated: Jul2015

 

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BRIDGE

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Wednesdays 7.30 pm. Secretary: Mrs G Pegley

01932

226488

The section meets to play Duplicate Bridge to the rules of the English Bridge Union.

6-10 tables are usually in play at each meeting.

Newcomers are welcome if they have duplicate play experience.

 

 

 

Updated: Sept2014

 

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CHERTSEY CAMERA CLUB

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Fortnightly Thursdays 8 pm. Secretary: Pamela Jeffery

01932

872162

Photographers of all interests and abilities are welcome to join and enjoy the club programme of lectures, demonstrations and competitions.

 

 

 

Updated: Nov2015

 

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ADDLESTONE COMMUNITY THEATRE

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Wednesdays and Thursdays 8 pm. Secretary: Mrs Betty Percey, High Trees, Broom Way, Weybridge, KT13 9TQ

 

01932

225441

 

Generally known as A.C.T. this section is a very active theatre group. Their annual programme includes four major productions, given in the Tulk Hall of the Community Centre, a Pantomime in January, a full length play or two one act plays in early Spring, a musical in late Spring and a full length play in Autumn. Various social events, including an Annual Dinner with their own cabaret, are also arranged.

year olds in the local community. New members always welcome.

PANTOMIME  in Janary : ACA Tulk Hall  + Various shows during year .. see web

Updated: May2014

 

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KEEP FIT

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Wednesdays 7.30 pm. Secretary: Mrs. Carol Bayton, 20 Frithwald Road, Chertsey, KT16 9EZ

01932

566507

The section belongs to the Keep Fit Association using KFA trained teachers. The accent is on fitness through movement, exercise and dance. Membership is open to all over sixteen years of age and meetings are held in the Tulk Hall. A major annual event is the Keep Fit Rally held in the Tulk Hall in the Spring.

 

Updated: Oct2014

 

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MODERN SEQUENCE DANCE

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Mondays, including Bank Holidays 8 pm, & occasional Saturdays
Secretary
Tricia Bennett

07884

107916

The section meets on Monday and Bank Holidays at 8.00pm in the Tulk Hall for its practice evening.  All dances, Modern and Latin, in the Modern Sequence Dancing repertoire are taught by experienced leaders in the two and a half hour sessions.  Beginners are most welcome to the section meetings.  Ball nights are held on the third Saturday of the month commencing at 7.30pm and details regarding the programme and bookings can be obtained from the Secretary.                                                       Updated: June2014

 

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PHILATELIC

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Fortnightly Fridays 7.45 pm   Shirley Kemp

01932

341839

Visiting speakers display stamps and talk on aspects of stamp collecting, postal history and other topics of philatelic interest. There are also visits to and from other local Philatelic Societies. Some evenings are set aside for members to display and talk on their collections and regular auctions are held. Members can, if they wish, take part in two competitions held annually. New members, including juniors (10–17) are welcome.

Please see the Centre’s internal notice board for details of next meeting and come along as a guest, without obligation                                                                                                                                         Updated: May2014

 

 

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TANGENT BADMINTON

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Thursdays 10 am    Secretary Dawn Knowles

01932

346218

The section meet every Thursday morning throughout the year, from 10.00 a.m. until 12.00 noon in the Tulk Hall which has two courts. Play is with feather shuttles. Prospective members must have a reasonable standard of play; beginners are not taken. Visitors and new members are always welcome. Social events include occasional lunches, outings, annual Tournament, and a Garden party in the summer.

Updated: Nov2015

 

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