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Parish Clubs and Groups

Arts Club:

The ever popular Arts Club meets most weeks at the Parish Hall, The Club explores different art techniques and invites artists to give advice and comment.  Space is limited but if you would like further information please complete the Contact Form and your details will be passed to the Club organisers.

Book Clubs:

For those of you who enjoy reading books,there are two reading groups in the Village running.  We have enjoyed a diverse range of books, chosen by members, from Simon Armitage’s modern version of Homer’s Odyssey to Salmon Fishing in the Yemen, via The Rose of Sebastopol and The Vanishing Act of Esme Lennox and others.  We meet informally at members’ homes, every 4 – 5 weeks.  Space is limited but if you would like further information please complete the Contact Form and your details will be passed to the Club organisers.

Book Swaps:

There is a book-shelf in the entrance of the village hall for good quality paperbacks.   The idea is for people of the village to bring a book and take a book to read.  There is no charge involved, it is just to encourage us to read.  Some of the books that have been read by the book club members could be circulated in this way, but please, if you live in the village and there is a book on the shelf you would like to read please help yourself and if you have a good book that you no longer wish to keep, please leave it on the shelf for others to enjoy.  We hope you will support this initiative.

Petanque:

Pétanque (French pronunciation: [petɑ̃ːk]) is a form of boules where the goal is, while standing with the feet together in a small circle, to throw hollow metal balls as close as possible to a small wooden ball called a cochonnet (literally “piglet”) or jack. It is also called sometimes a bouchon (literally “cork”)or le petit (“the small one”). The team plays at The Ship Inn where there is also plenty of refreshments!  Phone 777756 for further information or have a loot at The Ship Inn site HERE.

Sports Club:

The Owslebury Sports Club is based at the Village Green.  The Cricket Team plays in the Wilds 20/20 Evening League; the 1st team is in Division 1 and the 2nd team in Division 2. The Football team play in the Winchester and District Sunday League in Division 1.  For further information please complete the Contact Form and your details will be passed to the Club organisers.

Table Tennis Club:

The Owslebury Table Tennis Club is in Davison 2 of the Winchester and District League.  The Club trains either at the Parish Hall or using the facilities of the Winchester and District League.  The Club is always interested to hear from League level players who are thinking of joining the Club.  For further information contact Terry Russell on 777343

Toddlers Group:

The Owslebury Mothers and Toddlers Group meets on Monday mornings between 9am and 11am in the Parish Hall.Toys and crafts, fun and games for pre-school children, and for carers a cup of tea! For further information please complete the Contact Form and your details will be passed to the Club’s organisers

Pilates:

The Pilates Group – with some yoga -meets every Wednesday at 11am in the Parish Hall.  The Pilates will help to strengthen core abdominal muscles and yoga brings flexibility and strength through yoga postures. The cost will be £6 per session. No experience is required however you will need a mat and to wear comfortable, but not too loose clothes.

For more information please call me (Beata on 077143453694) or you can check www.beatayoga.co.uk

Hip Hop:

The Hip Hop class meets on Fridays at 5pm in the Parish Hall.  Its designed for 13-20 year olds and cost £4.50 per class.

 

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