BOUGHTON UNDER BLEAN PARISH COUNCIL
The Parish Council meet in the library on the second Wednesday of each month (except August) at 7.30 pm.
Members of the community are welcome to attend to put forward their views and any questions in a 10 minute forum before the commencement of the meeting.
Planning meetings are held on alternate Tuesday evenings at 7.30 pm. Dates are advertised in the Parish magazine, on the website and on the Parish Council noticeboard.
All meetings are held in the Village Hall Library
Clerk to the Council - Sarah Muteham 07740 706189 Council Chair - David Clayson 07855411428
Do you enjoy playing cards? Why not join us on Thursday evenings in the Pavillion between 19.00 and 21.30?
We are a friendly group who play cribbage for fun. Beginners are welcome.
Contact Emily Clayson 01227 751206
Sing@Boughton is a friendly and approachable singing group for people over 50.
We sing a wide range of music, including part singing, and work on our technique to become better singers.
No previous singing experience is necessary and you do not have to be able to read music.
For more information please contact Matthew on 07951 572920 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Boughton Over 55s Club
We meet fortnightly between 2.00pm and 4.00pm in the pavilion (blue bin day)
We take part in varied activities including quizzes, painting, bingo.
Contact Sylvia Williams 01227 750624
The Faversham Off-Road Car Club (The FORCC) is a radio controlled model car racing club specialising in 1/10th scale electric off-road buggies. We host race meetings on Wednesday evenings in Boughton Village Hall. You’ll find us there every week of the year (excluding 2 weeks over Christmas). We also host a few outdoor meetings each year and in 2008 we started hosting an Indoor Winter Series running on Sunday’s.
As stated above, we are an electric 1/10th scale buggy club. This means that unfortunately we are unable to cater for other classes such as touring cars or anything fuel powered rather than electric powered.
Chairman - Alan Moon 07791 334705
• will strengthen your core and exercise all major muscle groups and give you a safecardiovascular work out
• will improve your co-ordination and balance
• teachers are trained to teach each class and each participant within it; there are no set routines to learn and no competition. Each lesson is tailored to YOUR needs and those of your fellow class members
• uses small hand-held apparatus to encourage and extend movement
• classes include a variety of rhythms to influence the dynamics of movement during each session
• is suitable for all age groups and all abilities
• and above all is FUN!
(01795) 886267 Email: email@example.com
Dance Dedication Mondays 20:00 - 23:00
Modern Jive dance lessons and practice sessions
Beginners very welcome
First lesson FREE
No partner required
Friendly, relaxed atmosphere
No complicated foot work
Come and join us for an evening to see if our friendly style of teaching suits you, after all what have you got to lose except a little time.
Contact Mick Hamblin on 07870 585 108 for more information.
The Village Hall Management Committee meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month (except August) at 20.00 in the Library.
Chair: David Clayson Tel: 07855 411428.
New Auction at Boughton Village Hall.
The auction is held every first Sunday of the month
Many interesting items are offered for sale, including; antiques and collectables, jewellery, tools, furniture, games, stamps and coins, even lawn mowers sometimes. In fact the sale is a form of recycling as unwanted items can be put into the sale and sold to others who have a use for them. The only condition is that they are in a safe and useable condition.
The Auction is held on the first Sunday of the month with usually, 400 to 600 varied lots including items of stolen and recovered property put into the sale by Kent Police.
Viewing is from 9.30am and the sale starts at 11am.
There is catering providing drinks and food.
All enquiries see www.swaleauctions.co.uk or call 01795 590021.
The University of the Third Age (U3A) is a unique and exciting organisation which offers retired and semi retired people life enhancing and life changing opportunities. Each U3A reflects the local interests and skills of its members and informal learning and teaching are shared for the pleasures of discovery and fun and not for any qualification.
The U3A movement is supported by its national organisation. For more local and national information explore the website www.u3a.org.uk
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