Suzi Glaiser-Creed 07731 360818
Come and enjoy a chat, a cup of tea and homemade cake.
All ages welcome.
We meet every Tuesday morning (9.30am to 11am) during school term-time.
We have a selection of toys, craft activities, healthy snacks, story time, singing and music.
John Ashbee – 07733 042167
We have regular Sunday afternoon tea dances with a mixture of Modern Jive, Ballroom, Latin & cake!
Further details at www.whitecliffsmodernjive.co.uk
Mallard fencing club was started in 1984 when members of Canterbury fencing club decided to open a new club in Herne Bay and name it in honour of our previous coach, Professor Alf Mallard. The first meeting of the club was on the day of his funeral and he was given a fencing salute by all of the members. Our first venue was the Beltinge Memorial hall, followed by the cabin in Herne Bay. The Herne Bay judo club, The Chaucer school, then the Spires school in Sturry. When covid hit us the schools would no longer take outside clubs which is when we were lucky enough to get access to the Boughton under Blean hall. We are a community club and our main aim is to bring the fun of fencing to all. We have had hundreds of fencers come through the club over the years, some have gone on to be international fencers, the most recent is now ranked 3 on the senior women’s foil list. Many of our young fencers continue fencing when they go on to university. Jane is now the only founder member of the club and she coaches every week. Jane still competes for the British veterans and has competed in 13 veteran World championships with her best world result being 5th, European bronze medal and commonwealth gold and bronze. Jane hopes to be selected for this years world veterans championships in October. We have many local fencers at the club now and hope that it will continue to grow in the future.
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Back at Boughton Village Hall on Thursdays, 1.45pm to 2.45p
medau.org.uk | 01795 886267
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