Memorial Hall, Main Street (opposite The Fleece) – Bookings: – Wendy Green, Tel.01943 831758 (when Hub is open), e-mail
Methodist Church Hall, Chapel Street – Bookings:- Alison Dixon Tel.830309
Mount Hermon Church Hall, Main Street (corner of Bolton Road) – Bookings: Maureen Marshall, Tel. 01943 830949
The Hub, Main Street (above the Library) – Bookings – as Memorial Hall
St Peter’s Church Hall (St Peter’s Church, Church Street) Contact: Rvd. Jill Perrett, Phone: 01943 831382 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Scout Hall, Stockinger Lane, Addingham. Bookings: 01943 831156
Farfield Friends Meeting House (beside Bolton Road just after Farfield Hall)
Addingham Youth Centre: The purpose-built Youth Centre is sited adjacent to the primary school on Bolton Road.
The centre is owned by a charitable trust named Addingham Youth Council.
The facilities at the centre include a Sports Hall, Kitchen & Coffee Bar Area, and smaller Activity Rooms etc.
The centre is available for hire throughout the year.
Currently, the centre is available;
Weekdays – 10:00am-3:00pm
Weekday Evenings – Monday-Thursday 6:30pm onwards
Weekends from 8:00am
If you wish to hire the centre please contact;
2 Bark Lane
Tel: 01943 830625 or 07860230607, email: email@example.com
Note to all organisers: – Ilkley & District Good Neighbours Community Transport offer minibuses ot low cost for the use of all clubs and societies in the area. For details contact:-
Ian Padley, Co-ordinator
Ilkley & District Good Neighbours Community Transport
Tel: 01943 603348 Fax: 01943 609906
Email firstname.lastname@example.org , Web Site www.ct.ilkley.org
Note: Some of these details may be out of date. Please contact webmaster with corrections
These names are prefixed with ‘Addingham’
Memorial Hail, Weekly – Monday afternoon, 2.00 pm to 4.00 pm.(term time)
Objects: to promote fellowship and activity for retired people.
Allotments & Gardens Association
Contact: Hon. Sec. 01943 839284
Talks on last Thursday of the month (September to April), at 7.3Opm.in Mount Hermon Church Hall
Objects: to promote the interests of gardeners and allotment holders.
To hire an allotment please contact Parish Council Parish Clerk or Simon Tennant 07811151694
Art Classes – Wharfedale Artists
Tutored classes with local artist, Susan Ross: General “art for all classes” (all abilities including beginners)
Wed and Thur 1.30-3.30pm during term time at the Methodist Church Hall, Chapel Street.
Life Drawing on third Thursday in the month Oct to July, 7-9pm in the Methodist Church Hall, Chapel Street.
Ring Susan Ross: 01943 831093/07962 187533,
email email@example.com, for details of all art classes.
Art Course – Geraldine Thompson
Drawing and Painting for beginners and those with more experience who want to develop their own artist’s identity using a range of materials and techniques including acrylics and mixed media.
Where: Methodist Church Hall, Chapel Street, Addingham LS29 0JE
When: Tuesdays 1.00-3.00pm
Tutor: Geraldine Thompson MA, LFA, Cert Ed.
Organise the annual Addingham Beer Festival in October, in aid of local charities.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Beyond the Classical Top Ten (music appreciation class)
A weekly opportunity to listen and learn about classical music.
Contact: 01756 790056
Old School, Main St. Addingham
Starting Monday 26 September 2016, 1.30 – 3.30pm.
Contact: 01756 710387
A social network for women who have moved into the Wharfedale area
Web Site www.carouselilkley.co.uk/43 605930
Contact: See Churches
Ceilidh Club & Pilates
Contact: Liz 01943 609393 or Jennie 01535 664634, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Club nights: 3rd Sunday of the month (no meeting in August) @ 7:30pm – 9:30pm, Addingham Memorial Hall (£5.00).
Everyone is welcome and you don’t need to bring a partner, there’s always someone to dance with!
Dances from Yorkshire, England, Scotland, Ireland, Europe and beyond to live music
Resident callers Jennie Ellison, Jenny Scott, Liz Bowen
Resident band Beneath the Clock Dave Dobson, Cath Stevens, Geoff Bowen, Maurice Healy
Contact – 07557196756, email: email@example.com
Play readings are held on the 1st Tuesday of every month in The Swan, Main St at 7.30pm
Productions: Spring and Autumn
Contact: Gill Battarbee
Fellowship and Luncheon Club
Tel 07835 022644, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact – 831330
Website – gardenfriends.addingham.info
Looking after Addingham’s Open Spaces
Historic Chapels Trust
Contact 830032 or 609839
Website – http://www.hct.org.uk/chapels/yorkshire/farfield-friends-meeting-house/13
Maintain and open the Farfield Friends Meeting House, beside Bolton Road (B6160) just north of Farfield Hall
The new village meeting place in the Old School above the Community Library. Open Monday to Thursday mornings, 9.00 – 12 noon, and Friday afternoons 1.45 – 4.45. Pop in for a chat, hot drink, newspapers, free wifi and use of laptop computers etc. The Hub is also available, free, for small meetings (up to 25 people) afternoons and evenings. See Venues above for booking contact.
Metal Detecting Club
Contact: 01756 749480
Addingham Old School, meets first Tuesday of the month, 8.00 pm to l 0.30
Methodists’ Friendly Hour
Contacts: Tel. 839210
Meeting Place: Addingham Methodist Church Hall, Wednesdays fortnightly,
2.00 pm – 3.30 pm.
Objects: Fellowship time, worship, introduction and speaker.
Methodists’ Craft Group
Methodist Church Hall, Fortnightly Wednesdays
Methodist Discussion & Fellowship Group
Methodist Church Hall, Tuesday & Thursday, Fortnightly.
Memorial Hall Social Committee
Meets every six weeks in homes of members,
to arrange rotas to promote social occasions and to raise money for the upkeep of the Memorial Hall.
National Childbirth Trusts
Contact: 830279 or 830027
Meets St Peter’s Church Hall, Thursdays, 2.00 – 4.00pm
Contact: 830640, email: email@example.com
Addingham Memorial Hall, first and third Thursdays of every month.
A social gathering of retired gentlemen, talks and presentations on a range of subjects.
We are currently looking for experienced brass players, and anyone who would like to learn to play a brass instrument. We offer our services free of charge and we have a limited number of instruments which people may use. Either contact the band by telephone on 07074 754786 or by email, firstname.lastname@example.org ” data-mce-href=”mailto: email@example.com “> firstname.lastname@example.org
Silver Fox Salsa Club
See website for details
Skipton Friendship Group
In spite of the name we have Members from as far afield as Lytham St Anne’s, other parts of Lancashire, Bingley, Shipley, as well as North Yorkshire; and in fact a quarter of the current 50 or so Members are from Addingham!
For more details see the website: www.
Walk & Talk Group
Fancy a 4/5 mile walk on the second Tuesday of the month? Then join us in
the Walk and Talk Group for the opportunity to meet people and get exercise and fresh air in the beautiful Dales area. Our walks are in the region of 4 to 5 miles and include a lunch stop, either part way round or at the end. In the Summer we take a picnic, whilst in the Winter we go to a pub or cafe. To take part all you need to do is turn up at the Methodist Church Hall car park by 9.30 am on the second Tuesday of the month with appropriate clothing and footwear. There is no charge to participate. Most of the walks involve sharing a car to travel a short distance to the start point.
The group has been established for over 10 years and further information is available from Mike on: 01943 831700. Newcomers are especially welcome!!
Contact: Pauline, phone: 01943 830548 or Cynthia, phone: 01943 839233
Ladies, why not come and join us? We meet on the first and third Wednesdays of the month in the Methodist Church Hall, Chapel Street, at 7.30pm. Visitors are very welcome! For further details please click here to view our current Programme.
Contact: Susan Ross, Tel. 01943 831093/07962 187533, email email@example.com
Mount Hermon, Second Tuesday of the month, 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm.
We welcome people of all ages and abilities, though most of our postures, balances, and breathing exercises are manageable by all. Easier alternatives are taught for beginners and those who need them. We practise Hatha, or physical yoga, which benefits the whole body and mind as well. Each session ends with a period of mindful relaxation.
Contact: Margaret Scott, Tel. 01943 431248 or Mobile 07914700538, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Addingham Primary School, Mondays in term time, 7.30 – 9.00pm.
Addingham Angling Association
Chairman: Howard Sutherland
Secretary: Tony Brady, Mobile: 07881933072
3 Bolton Bridge Road Ilkley West Yorks LS29 9AA 01943 605275
Water Bailiff: Paul Tinsley, Tel 01943 839349
Website – Addingham Fishing/Angling
Website administrator: Simon Stephenson Mobile: 07815062160
Day tickets – open to all – are available from the Post Office.
Membership of the Association is open to villagers.
Fishing on left-hand bank above High Mill to Farfield Hall.
Addingham Bowling Club
Main Street, Addingham
Contact: Mrs Karen Twist,
28, Duncan Ave.
Otley LS21 3LN.
Tel 01943 466524. email: email@example.com
Teams play in the Skipton League and The Wharfedale and Airedale Half-Holiday League.
Floodlights are installed.
Addingham Cricket Club
The Club plays in the Airedale and Wharfedale League at Junior and Senior level on Saturdays, and friendly matches on Sundays.
Juniors: Under 17s Wednesdays, Under 15s Sundays, Under 13s Fridays,
Addingham Football Club
mobile: 07917 156 876
Two senior teams play at Stockinger Lane. Match day: Saturday, training Tuesday and Thursday.
Bracken Ghyll Golf Club
Skipton Road, Addingham
After its expansion to 18 holes in June 2001, Bracken Ghyll is looking for members in all sections. The club boasts some of the best views in Yorkshire, a fair but testing 18 hole layout, and a full and varied social calendar. Visitors are also welcome. All enquiries to the clubhouse at 01943-831207, or via website.
Website – http://www.brackenghyll.co.uk/
Addingham Primary School, Mondays, Low grades and beginners, 6.00 pm – 7.00 pm;
Higher grades, 6.00 pm – 7.30 pm. Wednesdays, all grades, 5.45 pm – 6.45 pm.
Contact: Graham Thorpe, 01535 691600
Susan Ross, Tel. 01943 831093/07962 187533, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Meeting Place: Addingham Methodist Church Hall, Wednesdays, 9.30 am.
Dingham Dashers Ladies Rounders Club
Established 2015, friendly team of ladies (minimum age 20- no max), we play throughout the summer other local teams Tues/Thurs or both,6.45/7. New players welcome.
Contact: Lucy Hall, email email@example.com, Tel.07904345480
Addingham Rounders Club
Addingham Table Tennis
Contact 831681, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings: Tuesdays – Juniors 6.30 – 7.30pm, Seniors 7.30pm, Methodist Church Hall.
For advice on Games for Youth Groups see www.youthgroupgames.co.uk
Big Voice Drama Group
for young people aged 4 and upwards.
It is held at The Methodist Church Hall every Friday during term time from 5.30pm-7.00pm
Addingham Youth Centre, Bolton Road, Addingham, L529 0NR
(Adjacent to Addingham Primary School), Contact: 01943 830001
Mondays 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm Juniors (9 years – 13 years)
Tuesdays 7.00 pm – 9.30 pm Rollerblading Night (all ages)
Thursday 7.00 pm – 9.00 pm Juniors and Seniors (General Club Night)
Activities: Badminton, Basket Ball, 5 A-Side, UNIHOC (Indoor Hockey), Pool, Table Tennis, Table Top Games, Discos, Matches, Outings.
Facilities in the Youth Centre: Sports Hall, Coffee Bar, TV & Video, Music Centre, Table Tennis Room, Rounders and Cricket outdoors in summer.
SCOUTS AND GUIDES
Meeting Place: Scout Hall, Stockinger Lane, Addingham.
Scouts 10 1/2 – 14 years, meet on Mondays 6.30-8.30pm
Scout Leader – Paul Jennings, Tel: 831156
Cubs 8 – 10 1/2 years, meet on Tuesday 6.45pm – 8.15pm
Cub Leader – Marilyn Jennings, Tel: 831156
Beavers – 6 – 8 years, meet on Tuesday 5.30pm – 6.30pm
Beaver Leader – Libby and her number is 07971 787115
Brownies: 7-10 years Two packs (1st & 2nd Addingham) meet on Mondays 5.30-7.00pm and 6.00-7.30pm Contact Gill Moon Tel 01943 831687, email email@example.com.
Guides: 10-14 years Meet on Mondays 7.30-9.00pm Contact Natasha Harrison Tel 01943 839637, email:firstname.lastname@example.org