SPLIT into four age-related sections, the Boys' Brigade caters for boys and men of different ages and with different interests.
DYING for some dosh and fancy your chances of winning? Then join the 200+ Club.
CONFECTIONARY, films, ice skating, climbing and canoeing are just some of the activities girls in the 23rd Weston Guides get to enjoy.
We are the only Beaver and Cub Group run specifically for children with additional needs in the Axe District. Please feel free to look around the site for some more information and to see what we get up to!
A LOVE of singing and an enjoyment of music is all you need to qualify for a place in Axbridge Singers.
The Bleadon Friendship Club was started in the swinging sixties and has been going strong ever since.
TEAM work and a loyal band of volunteers have helped ensure a rosey time for Bleadon Horticultural Society.
FABULOUS photos and perfect prints are the result of 60 years' hard work by this club.
A TASTY cake can be transformed into a masterpiece by the members of Bleadon Sugarcraft Club.
Feel the wind in your hair, the sand under your feet and look out towards the open sea - without ever leaving land.
Those over 60 and in need of adding some more entertainment and friends to their lives need look no further - The Good Companions Club in Brent Knoll is the club for you.
THE sound of sweet music coming from The Methodist Church in College Street, Burnham, each Thursday, is that of members of the choral society. The group is now in its 35th year.
Burnham Rotary Club is constantly striving to help youngsters and improve the community for residents.
The Cameroon Club is a collective of people from the African state who have now made their home in Weston.
Drugs, relationship woes and family difficulties are all in a day’s work for this bunch of dedicated listeners.
The ‘A’ stands for Action, which is exactly what Cheddar LAT is all about.
The award-winning Cheddar Male Voice Choir has been chosen to perform in The Night of 1,000 Voices at the Royal Albert Hall in London next year.
A splashing good time can be had by youngsters at Cheddar Marlins Swimming Club.
The club dates back to 1979 when the Cheddar gasworks was converted into a clubhouse.
Professional musicians take to the stage for the concerts put on by Churchill Music throughout the year.
CONGRESBURY Over 60s Club held its first annual general meeting in 1978 and has been going strong ever since.
Lonely elderly people can enjoy the company of others by joining the Contact the Elderly club in Worlebury.
Bright summer evenings have been few and far between this year, but plucky Crook Peak Gardening Club members have been busy despite the weather.
To the members of Der Blitzen Sphincters a Volkswagen is much more than just a car. And almost a year after Weston’s only VW club was formed it is clear there are plenty of people in town who have caught the VW bug.
Hundreds of members from far and wide have helped one generous Weston club raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for the town’s premier theatre.
ANYONE interested in learning Ireland's beautiful language should join Weston's newly-established Gaelic group.
GEMINI Tae Kwon Do club is more than just a hobby for its members, it is an extended family.
Hutton Drama Club is looking for more men to join the group. The popular club, which puts on two plays and a pantomime each year, seems to attract more females than males.
Founded in 1983, The Notable Club is a small local charity run for physically disabled adults up to the age of 60.
BUDDING young footballers can hone their shooting, dribbling and passing skills in Worle every Saturday.
After being created to give youngsters the chance to take part in drama, dance and singing, The Rising Stars Performing Arts Group’s last show was such a success all the tickets sold out.
A self-defence club for people of all ages has just received a £10,000 lottery grant.
Military association clubs are dying off across the country as Britain’s war veterans grow older.
If you are content with life and want to give something back to the world the Rotary Club of Yatton and District could be the group to join.
LAST weekend the nation stopped to remember those who have died in conflict, but a group of dedicated ladies - including one 103-year-old - spend the whole year working for the benefit of our ex-servicemen and women.
This leading national charity, which has a branch in North Somerset, reaches out a helping hand to current and former members of the armed forces, as well as their loved ones.
It is a little known fact that cheerleading was started originally by boys on the touchlines supporting their teammates back in the 1920s.
Soroptomist International of Weston is part of a worldwide organisation for women in management and the professions.
A creative mind and a love to gossip - that’s the two main things you need to join Stitch and Bitch.
The Trinity Singers is a well-established choir with an age range spanning 50 years.
Retired and unemployed people in Weston can take up a wide range of classes with the University of the Third Age (U3A).
Waggy tails, glossy coats and perfect paws are some of the attributes members of this club boast. Well, the non-human members anyway.
Website whizzkids and computer game fans all gather in Wedmore to use the village’s eSports Café.
Formed in 2003, the Western Active Stroke Group caters for anybody who has been the victim of a stroke.
Weston will soon be host to top gymnasts from all over the country thanks to the efforts of a local club.
From medieval churches to places of natural beauty, there is never a dull moment when you are part of this club.
One of the oldest musical groups in Weston wants to welcome new members to help it continue making sweet music.
Budding digital photographers now have a place to hone their skills as a ‘snapper’.
A tenpin bowling club in Weston is looking for more girls to join its successful team.
The dusty books, the hours spent in front of the computers and obsessing over old records - the members of Weston Family History Society are a passionate lot.
Weston Folk Dance Club has just celebrated a momentous 50 years of providing folk and country dancing for people of all generations.
Flipping and jumping off walls may be considered by some as a rather strange hobby, but members of the Weston Free Runners consider it a serious sport.
The sea of blooms which gave Weston a floral facelift this summer earned the town prestigious praise in a regional competition - partly thanks to the hardworking members of Weston Horticultural Society.
Weston Lions Club is part of one of the largest voluntary organisations in the world, Lions Club International.
Weston boasts a proud affiliation with long-distance communication dating back to the 19th century.
Weston-super-Mare Rotary Club meets weekly on Fridaysfor luncheon at 1 pmthe Weston Golf Club, Uphill Road North, Weston-super-Mare.
Formed in the Spring of 1993, Weston Savoyards is renowned for its high quality, colourful and, most importantly, enjoyable performances.
WHICH nuisance can be found in Weston and is worth 167 points? The answer is 'meddler' and it is the word which gained Dorothy Tattersall a record score at Weston Scrabble Club.
WHETHER it’s council tax, potholes or an EU referendum this group’s members like to make themselves heard on the issues that matter to them.
REBUILDING computers, visiting a fire station and making Morse code machines are among the activities organised by the Weston branch of the National Association for Gifted Children.
Ageing is an inevitable process, but is doesn't have to be a negative one.
Young-at-heart men and women in the town are working their way around the world as part of Weston Travel Club.
Double, or even triple, trouble has not been able to stop the success of one unique family club.
A GROUP in Weston which practises a craft dating back hundreds of years is looking for new blood to carry on the tradition.
The West Woodspring Rotary Club puts on a host of events every year to benefit the young and old of the town.
WITH a green renowned as the best in Somerset, Winscombe Bowling Club is described as one of the village's 'best kept secrets'.
Guys and Dolls, Annie, West Side Story and Little Shop of Horrors are just a few of the productions this group has put on over the years.
Worle Lions Club is part of an organisation which has members all over the world.
Volunteers at Worle Youth Project aim to give youngsters a safe place to meet their friends and gain some independence.
OVER 25 years since it first formed Wrington Drama Group is still going strong. Since it was founded in 1981, the group has steadily grown and now has over 70 members.
Children in Africa, young carers and the elderly are all people who benefit from the hard work of Wrington Vale Inner Wheel.
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the doors of parish halls and club buildings? Well, Join Our Club gives our readers a chance to take a look at what the area’s clubs and societies get up to. Hopefully you will be encouraged to join up and get involved.
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