Clubs and organisations

A604 Club

The Horseheath A604 Club was started in February 1986 for the Over 50’s of Horseheath and the surrounding area.

The Club meets on the first Wednesday of each month from January to December. The Club usually has speakers at their meetings covering a variety of subjects from antiques to exotic trips abroad, gardening to true life experiences and they end the year with Christmas lunch.

If you would like more information please contact Christine on A604@horseheath.info.

Brownies

1st Horseheath Brownies was established in October 1969 by Trish Rae. Since its inception there have only been five Leaders – Trish Rae, Janet Howe, Pat Smith, Christine Newman and now Pauline Newman.

Now in our 5th decade we have 24 enthusiastic girls who attend weekly enjoying crafts, working on badges, learning new skills and also going away for weekend adventures, all organised by the Leadership team of Pauline, Sophie, Christine, Pat and Judith.

If you are interested in helping or would like to know more about Brownies please contact Pauline on 01223 891086 or email brownies@horseheath.info.  If you wish to put your daughter’s name on our waiting list or would like to volunteer with the unit on a regular basis please register at www.girlguiding.org.uk/interested.

The Brownies also collect Sainsbury’s Active Kids Vouchers – there is a collection box in the village post office if you would like to support them.

Castle Camps Youth Club

Castle Camps Youth Club is the largest Youth Club in Cambridgeshire with over 70 people that go or have memberships with the club. The fees are low at only 50p per session, where you can do many activities such as, play football and games, hang out with your mates in the park, play table tennis and much more. Basketball, football etc. on multi-sports hard surface area. Trips out, discos.

Years 8, 9, 10, 11. Fridays 19.00 – 21.00 (open school holidays)

Village Hall, Castle Camps
Contact: Mr M J Coxall Telephone: 07710 171409 Evening telephone: 01799 584379

Horseheath Cricket Club

The Horseheath cricket team was first formed over 160 years ago.  The Cricket Ground is in the middle of the Village opposite The Village Hall.  Players of all ages are welcome with current players ranging from 14-65 and including a couple of ladies.  Do come over and support us.
http://horseheath.webs.com/

The Friends of the Roman Road and Fleam Dyke

Old Roman Road, Horseheath © Copyright Keith Evans

The Friends of the Roman Road and Fleam Dyke work to protect and increase the flowers and butterflies on these sites. Lottery grants totalling £35,000 have paid for practical conservation work, leaflets for both sites, five information boards and five dog bins for the Roman Road. We secured the winter Traffic Restriction Order north of Linton and produced the Fleam Dyke and Roman Road Walk, a 25 mile waymarked route (Cambridge Tourist Office: £2.50.)

Subscription £10 per household. Varied and interesting newsletters. Friendly work parties on occasional Sundays. Do join us! http://frrfd.org.uk and also www.facebook.com/FRRFD

Contact: Julia Napier on 01223 213152 or frrfdjin@freebie.net

Images reproduced with kind permission Old Roman Road © Copyright Keith Evans

D’Abo Tennis Club, West Wratting

The all-weather court is conveniently located next to the football pitch with its large car park.   There are memberships for families, individuals and under16’s, and includes the opportunity to enter a draw for Wimbledon tickets. Available 7 days a week.

For membership joining pack contact Club Treasurer Mark Holme on 07768 443223 or mark@thesafebox.co.uk

 

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