The Weald Table Tennis Club ( www.wealdttc.co.uk ) , previously based at the High Weald Academy, Cranbrook, has moved to The Sports Hall, Claremont Senior School, Bodiam TN32 5UJ, operating on Tuesday evenings from 7-10pm. We cater for all ages and all standards, from beginner to international, and offer coaching, practice and competition, on up … more
We welcome new members. Come and meet us – we are a lively and friendly group. We meet weekly on Thursday evenings for a meal at the Great House, Hawkhurst at 7 pm for 7:30 pm. Visit our website or call Norman Freeston on 01580 712014. We often have speakers at our meetings who tell … more
The Hawkhurst Friendship Club is part of the charitable organisation called The Royal Voluntary Service (known previously as the Women Royal Voluntary Service). To quote the organisation’s code of conduct: “The Royal Voluntary Service is an organisation whose purpose is to deliver practical support through the power of volunteering so older people get more out … more
Welcoming all levels and all ages of gardening enthusiasts. Established in 1897, we’re one of the oldest horticultural societies in the UK and affiliated to the Royal Horticultural Society. With over 150 members we offer a varied annual program with two shows in Spring and Autumn, four lectures, two socials Summer and Christmas and an … more
We are a friendly club with three floodlit hard courts and a clubhouse. There are opportunities for all ages and standards to play at the club with coaching for all ages every week, as well as tournaments, matches and social events, all of which new members are warmly welcomed to. Membership is open to all … more
Cranbrook & District Angling Club, a friendly fishing club, situated in the heart of the Weald of Kent, offers excellent fishing in Kent and Sussex for all types of fishermen on 20 different lakes and rivers. Membership fees: Adults – £75.00 Senior Citizens (65+) – £40.00 Intermediates (16-18) – £38.00 Juniors – ONLY £15.00
Friendly ladies meeting once a month for a good supper (at the Great House, Hawkhurst), discussions and maybe a speaker. We also organize fund raising activities and meet up for theatre and garden visits and lunches. Do come along and meet us.