Floral Art is a small friendly group, learning new styles in
flower arranging and having a laugh.
Check out the website to see how we are doing.
We meet at Sheepfair fortnightly, ask for details from
Jan Quartermain/Sandra Williscroft
Monday afternoon is Phoenix Sequence Dance from 1.30pm to 4.00pm. It is a friendly and pleasant activity to which all the people who attend enjoy. The dances are some of the old favourites with a few new ones put in, nothing too difficult to do. It helps to keep the brain active and our limbs moving, still only 50 pence per session plus tea and biscuits. So, if anyone is interested please come along on Monday afternoon, you will be made very welcome.
They say that dance is good for the body and mind.
And better exercise would be hard to find.
No tasselled boots or cowboy hats.
Take a deep breath and relax.
Soon it is time for the first lesson.
Just basic steps for this session.
The music goes on—try a few steps.
Slide, shuffle and then grapevine to the left.
Blue rose is easy to learn.
But Irish stew has lots to learn.
Come & join us and have some fun.
We welcome and encourage everyone.
Walking– Welcome to what the Monday walkers get up to. We are a jolly group who get together on a Monday morning to do a walk, walks we do last for about 2 hours, we have different leaders each week, who lead us astray and we walk no matter what the weather is doing. After the walk we have coffee/tea and biscuits. People just bring their own flasks and cup, the tea/coffee milk, sugar and biscuits are provided. Sometimes we take our tea/coffee in a pub. When the Monday falls on a bank holiday we venture a bit further out and have our lunch in a pub. We also do evening walks and have a meal afterwards. We have a good number of people willing to lead walks, I lead quite a few and usually the walks I lead we get mislaid, people say we are lost, I never get lost, I know where I am, the other 30 or so people don’t know where they are!
We get well over 30 people walking, sometime over 40 turn out, so if there are members who want to walk to walk and talk on a Monday come along and give it a try.
We are a friendly group and would welcome new members. Everyone has their own style of painting and they are happy to share and receive tips. The environment is good for painting with lots of light and lots of space. Please come along, we meet Wednesday morning 10.30am to 12.30pm. Obviously there is tea/coffee and biscuits and sometimes cake!
I would love to BUT-
I don’t know how to play bridge!
I could never understand the rules!
I am not clever enough!
FIRST we teach you to play
SECONDLY We are all still learning, that doesn’t stop us enjoying the game and still learning more.
THIRDLY You are talking to ME!! Say no more.
A brief visit may leave you thinking this is very serious but stay for a session and you will experience the chattering and giggling between the members. You are welcome to pop along on a Friday 10am to 12pm and see for yourself.
Every Thursday afternoon you’ll find us round the table,
Doing crochet work, making cards or knitting if we’re able.
A friendly bunch, we like to chat– about what, it doesn’t
We put the world to rights each time we meet at KNIT &
So if you’d like to join us, please just take the plunge and do
Don’t worry if you’re on your own, we’ve all been through it.
You’ll make new friends, get out a bit, we don’t think you’ll
And all for 50p a time– what a bargain, come and get it!
The group meets at Sheepfair Centre from 2pm—4pm on
Contact Moira or Pat
Wimbledon will soon be here but you don’t have to be a Federer, a Williams or a Murray to enjoy tennis. We probably have more enjoyment on a Friday morning at Lea Hall Tennis courts, 10am to 12pm, than they do all season. Come along and join us. All we ask is that you wear trainers on your feet and a smile on your face. Balls and rackets and a warm welcome will be provided.
Crown Green Bowls—
The Crown Green bowls has started again on 9th April 2018, bit foggy and damp but we mustered on. Hopefully a few more members would like to join us on a Monday morning 10.30am—12.30pm at Lea Hall. Bowling Green fees are £20 for the season (£15 green fees, £5 for Lea Hall club membership). It’s a friendly chatty atmosphere with a few games of bowls thrown in.
Contact Di Sanford or Jan Quartermain on for more details.
The badminton group meet every Wednesday between 2-4pm at the Rugeley Community Church on Burnthill Lane. We currently have a good membership but, having three courts there is always space and a big welcome for anyone who wishes to join us. Although there is a range of ability we all join in together so everyone can take part and have an enjoyable afternoon. Games are played in a suitably competitive but friendly spirit and there are enough experienced (old) players willing to help members improve their game. We all look forward to our social Wednesday afternoon to enjoy our sport and help us keep fit.
Keep Fit – Tuesday morning is the time a group of ladies enjoy their keep Fit time , led by Dani. Afterwards we do country dancing, led by Pat. We have a lot of fun going wrong. We all enjoy our morning, finishing off with tea, coffee and a good chat, putting the world to rights.
Tai Chi –Our friendly Tai Chi group benefits from a professional
tutor at a varying cost of £10 to £15 per (10) sessions. We meet
at Sheepfair for our tutor class, on Wednesday morning at 9.30am
to 10.30am and on Friday 2pm to 3pm, for our practice class.
Tai chi is a relaxing exercise for the mind & body. It helps to relieve
stress, improve balance, bone strength & mobility. We would
love to welcome new members but, we do have a full class at present.
We will review this in the near future, so please watch this