Hurst - Clubs, Groups and Societies in the Area
This a directory of clubs and associations in the Hurst area.
We list any local groups that would be of interest to the Hurst community. For example, if you know of an art club, running club, Scout troop or Hurst local history society, please submit it to our directory.
Note: if your club/group is based somewhere other than Hurst, please add it on the page for the relevant place.
Local charity providing help, support and information for persons with autism and those who care for them, as well as professionals who deal with those on the autistic spectrum. We also have a book and sensory toy library, please mail for further details.
SIDCUP ART CLUB
We are a very friendly, mixed ability group of artists who meet every Thursday evening throughout the year from 7.30p.m at the Hurst Community Centre, Hurst Road, Bexley, Kent. We work in a variety of mediums, including watercolour, pastel, pen & ink, and acrylics. We run a themed programme to stimulate ideas for work, hold model evenings, still life set-ups and go on local evening visits during the summer months. There is an opportunity to exhibit at local festivals e.g. The Oval, Blackfen, Danson Festival, Bexleyheath Festival and we have regular exhibitions at local libraries in Sidcup and Bexleyheath. Why not give us a try - all abilities welcome. We do not offer tuition, but members are always willing to share tips and offer encouragement to like-minded people who enjoy art. Why not give us a try. First 3 weeks free. Annual subscription pro rata £40
Weekend excavating at our on-going site in Bexley during the months of March - October. One monthly talk of something of archaeological or historical interest.
Annual membership: single £12, joint £15, family £17.
16+ only due to insurance purposes
Training excavation every year during the first week of August. The week consists of learning how to trowel, field walk, geophys, surveying, drawing finds and sections. Talks given.
£80 - for the year 2010
Bexley Archaeological Group was established in 1979 and are an active archaeological group.
For more information about Scouting in Sidcup,visit our website at http://sidcupscoutnet.org.uk/
A new craft club, starting on Tuesday 15th March 2011 - for adults. £2.00 per session. Come along with either your current craft project or a desire to learn a new one, to meet new people and share your love of creative things. There will be a coffee shop and on many weeks a workshop where you can learn a new craft or brush up on a forgotten one!
We are hosting a Craft Fair on 5th March, 10am - 3pm to launch this club. Why not come along to find out more details about the club and see all the amazing crafts that will be on display.
Way of the warrior school
BBC TV 'Mind Body and Kick Ass Moves' Star Chris Crudelli's
[JFM KUNG FU CLUB]
Training all 3 clubs for
only £48per month
Craft Club bi-weekly club for adults, where people can come to learn a new craft, get help with a current project or just spend some time with like minded people. We are also aimimng to run workshops on various crafts, starting on Tuesday 15th March 2011.
Scout Group in Rectory Lane, Sidcup
Providing activities for boys and girls
Beaver Scout Colony for 6-8 year
Meets Tuesday 6-7pm
email - beavers @footscrayscouts.org.uk
Cub Scout Pack for 8-10.5 years
Meets Thursday 6-7.30pm
email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Scout Troop for 10.5-14 years
Meets Friday 7.30-9.30pm
email - email@example.com
Bexley Ladies PROBUS Club
Friendly and informal Lunch club for retired ladies. We meet for lunch on the first Wednesday of each month at the VCD Club in Old Rd, Crayford. Guest speakers give a variety of talks after lunch. We also have several organised outings to places of interest each year.
Bexley Art Group
The Bexley Art Group is seeking new members. The group meets on Monday evenings, at Baldwyns Park Baptist Church Hall in Dartford Road, Bexley and is happy to welcome budding artists, who would like to practice, develop and grow their skills.
The group was founded in 1942 and has contributed to the artistic life of the Borough for nearly 70 years. The members do not work under a tutor, but they are all encouraged to learn from each other, allowing confidence and talent to develop at each individual’s natural pace. Some of the club’s members have been painting for many years, others for just a few months, but all are fired with boundless enthusiasm for their art. Each weekly, two hour session, has a suggested theme but members may choose to work on other subjects, if they so wish.
The group has an annual exhibition each August, held at the Freemantle Hall, High Street, Bexley and all members are encouraged to take part in showing their work and members often contributed individually to other exhibitions.
So if would like reawaken the painting and drawing skills you haven’t used since your schooldays, then pick up your sketchbook; pencils, brushes and paints and join the Bexley Art Group, at 7:30pm on Monday evenings, (except the first Monday in each month and bank holidays).
Further club information may be obtained by contacting Marilyn Noad, the Honorary Secretary, on 01322 430681
I would just like to take this opportunity to offer you, your family and friends a FREE NIGHT OUT to ViBe Dance social evenings learning the UK’s largest partner dance ‘Modern Jive’ a fun, easy dance similar to Salsa/Ceroc but less complicated. This offer is available at the follow locations.
Mondays - Foots Cray Social Club, 23-27 Cray Rd, Foots Cray, DA14 5BY.
Tuesday - St Anselm RC Centre, West Hill, Dartford, Kent DA1 2HJ.
Thursday - St John Fisher, 48 Thanet Road, Bexley DA5 1AP.
What have you got to lose? There is no commitment so invite as many people as you want for your first night and have a great night out on us.
For more information visit www.vibedancenights.co.uk or call 07930 375419.
We hope you can make it and we look forward to seeing you soon.
Please quote 'localmouth' on arrival at the front desk
Every MONDAY (no classes on Bank Holidays)
Beginners and Improvers 7.15-8.30pm
COMPLETE BEGINNERS WELCOME
Community Hall - New Eltham Library, Southwood Road, London SE9 3QT
Suitable for Adults (14yrs and over) of any size or shape. Have fun, meet new friends and keep fit at the same time. ‘Drop-in‘ classes join at any time
RACS Cricket Club
RACS Cricket Club plays Monday 6.30pm to 8pm during the cricket season.
Metrogas Sports Ground
London Girls Football Club
London Girls Football Club trains on Sunday from 9am, Wednesday from 6pm.
For ages: 11 to 50+
Women only – beginners, improvers, advanced
Rear of 84-86
We strive to promote and teach Archery to all newcomers from the age of eight years and above. Our reputation is assured and we have a track record of excellence in the sport. Inaugurated in 1958, we, as a club, have lately emerged as a competetive and vibrant player under the Grand National Archery Society's Rules of shooting at home and away. We welcome throughout the year all who may aspire to loose a bow and our website will explain and describe who we are. All who apply are most welcome.
Spring Craft Fair, Saturday 5th March, 10am - 3pm. selling a wide variety of different crafts, The craft fair is to launch a bi-weekly club for adults, where people can come to learn a new craft, get help with a current project or just spend some time with like minded people, starting on Tuesday 15th March.
Spring Craft Fair, Saturday 5th March, 10am - 3pm. selling a wide variety of different crafts.There The craft fair is to launch a bi-weekly club for adults, where people can come to learn a new craft, get help with a current project or just spend some time with like minded people, starting on Tuesday 15th March 2011
Flowers for all are a local flower club based in Chislehurst we meet every third wednesday afternoon in the month at 1.30 at st mary hall opp sainsbury in chislehurst all welcome we have demonstrations workshops outings etc we are a very freindly club
Spring Craft Fair, Saturday 5th March, 10am - 3pm. selling a wide variety of different crafts. The craft fair is to launch a bi-weekly club for adults, where people can come to learn a new craft, get help with a current project or just spend some time with like minded people, starting on Tuesday 15th March.
Places Near Hurst
Abbey Wood • Albany Park • Avery Hill • Barnehurst • Bexley • Bexley Heath • Blackfen • Chislehurst • Chislehurst West • Coldblow • Crayford • East Wickham • Falconwood • Foots Cray • Foxbury • Heath Side • Hurst • Longlands • Maypole • New Eltham • North Cray • Old Bexley • Plumstead Common • Ruxley • Shoulder of Mutton Green • Sidcup • St. Paul's Cray • Upper Ruxley • Welling • West Heath •