Paula Sprigg – Pre-school Playgroup
Paula and her team run two playgroup sessions per week:
- Mondays 10.00am – 12.00pm
- Wednesdays 10.00am – 12.00pm
- Thursdays 10.00am – 12.00pm
The main hall is generously set up with a whole range of stimulating toys, mats and other tactile experiences. Parents are encouraged to stay and socialise. Drinks and snacks are available
For enquiries about courses and dates please email email@example.com
Cha Samba fitness
- Fridays 11.30am-12.30pm
- Partner-free, Ballroom & Latin based Dance Fitness classes. For any age, fitness level or ability.
- If you love dancing and having fun then come and join us for a Cha Cha, Jive, Samba, Charleston and lots more!
- Easy to follow routines with step by step instruction. A great way to keep fit and enjoy yourself at the same time!
All & Sundry Semi-professional Theatre Group
A theatre group with a variety of backgrounds, interests and ages.
Includes a young people’s training section.
In addition to productions, A&S run many social events, workshops and fundraising activities which contribute hugely to fun and enjoyment.
For up to date information please visit our web site
- Catering for young people 3 years
of age upwards
- Adult Tap Class
Steff Affleck runs classes on Monday Evenings plus Tuesday & Friday Mornings at Rowney Green Village Hall.
She enjoys helping others to discover how to improve their physical health and mental well being through the progressive challenges that the huge repertoire of exercises provides, lengthening and strengthening muscles and improving posture. Focussing on functional fitness –fitness for life – incorporating:
- standing posture and balance
- improving gait (walking)
- seated work, mat work
Dawn Fellowship Church Community
Bible-based, Family-friendly, Christian Fellowship meeting each Sunday Morning
Community Groups (CG) – typically run by and/or on behalf of RG Village Residents, qualify for a discounted rate by contributing to the running of The Village Hall – specifically – ”Contributing to periodic work parties and organising fund raising towards purchase of facilities, not considered to be part of normal maintenance but as an asset intended for use by their group”.
Each GC can nominate a representative to attend Village Hall Management Meetings.
Community Groups must be non-commercial and non-profit making
Rowney Green Horticultural Society
An amateur gardening group, meeting in the evening, monthly on second Thursday at the Village Hall for talks and demonstrations. An annual dinner is also on the calendar.
Visits to gardens are arranged and a Flower and Produce Show is held annually on the first Saturday in September.
New members and visitors are always welcome.
Visit our website
Rowney Green Players Amateur Theatre Group
Enthusiastic and friendly, fully equipped Amateur Dramatics Group
One – Two productions per year making full use of the newly upgraded props and costume storage plus high specification professional lighting and audio system.
To find out our next production, visit our website
Rowney Green Flower Club is open to all ages, male or female. A friendly group that meets on the fourth Thursday of each month to watch demonstrations by a professional flower arrangers. The arrangement is split and raffled at the end of the demonstration. Some members are enthusiastic flower arrangers, others are happy to watch!
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Rummikub is a tile-based game for two to four players invented in Israel.
The game combines elements of rummy, dominoes, mah-jongg and chess
Played on Tuesday afternoons
For membership enquiries please email email@example.com
Girls on Top
A Girls-only, Friends and Neighbours’ Discussion and Social Group.