Societies, organisations, clubs and
groups - including sport and outdoor venues
See here for
68 Hospital Street, CW5 5RP
Nantwich Historical Society. Meets on the first Wednesday of the
month, at 7.45pm, for six lectures on European history (September to
December and February to May) plus one historical visit a year. Annual
subscription £8; students £5. Visitors are welcome at £2 a meeting.
Secretary and Treasurer: Jean
Kay. (01270) 624653.
The Founding Chairman, Herbert Rowsell MA, died in 2022. He was a
retired headmaster of Malbank School, Welsh Row, Nantwich.
Nantwich Choral Society. Rehearsals are held on Wednesdays at
7.30pm during term time. First term's membership free of charge. For
further information visit the website -
- or contact the Secretary on 01270 780143. Details of concerts appear
under What's_on-music or
What's_on-churches on this website.
Pillory Street, CW5 5BQ.
(Opposite the Love Lane / Waterlode car park)
also the Nantwich Museum what's on
HERE are a couple of the organisations who hold their meetings in the
Museum. Add your group's details by
to this link.
Nantwich Civic Society meets on the third Tuesday
of every month at 7.30pm. Access is via the side entrance. Open to all,
membership is £10 a year.
The voluntary organisation campaigns to improve the
environment and the quality of life in Nantwich; encourages good quality
of design in new buildings and promotes the conversation of historic
buildings and structures.
Contact Jeff Stubbs (Chairman) on 01270 625272, via
Nantwich Museum, or
South Cheshire French Circle, "a
vibrant group with members from local towns and villages who
enjoy all things French - the culture, language and country." Meets
on the first Monday of every month at 7.30pm. Meetings include
presentations, films, poetry, music and discussions.
The group is keen to welcome
new members who would like the opportunity to practice their French and
share experiences in the company of other Francophiles.
For more information visit the website (www.southcheshirefrenchcircle.org.uk)
or contact Paul on 07881 518243 or e-mail
Cumberland Avenue, CW5 5HA
Nantwich Concert Band rehearses at
the academy. The main band is for "more confident and advanced players",
and rehearses on Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm to 9.15pm. New players
The varied repertoire includes traditional wind band music through to
more modern music from stage and screen.
details from the band's
Musical Director, Nick Birch,
and their chairperson, Miranda Hill.
To join the band e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org (Concert Band) or
Melanie Biggs at:
Nantwich Wind Band is for beginners and rehearses from
7.30pm to 7pm
on Wednesday evenings. Woodwind, brass and percussion players of all
ages and abilities are welcome. Just turn up with your instrument. Some
instruments are offered free on loan.
further information visit
Or telephone Sally Tooze on 0779 1245134.
Nantwich Junior Band rehearse on Sundays
from 9am to 10am for primary school aged children or in the first year
of high school. Beginners to
approximately Grade 3.
From 10.30am to 12 noon are rehearsals for school aged
children and young people of
Grade 3+. They will be able to play brass, woodwind or
Visit the website
www.nantwichband.co.uk for details.
11A Welsh Row, CW5 5ED
Happiness Hub is a "friendly and welcoming place to meet people
on Tuesdays from 8pm to 9.30pm.
welcome. For anyone feeling lonely or isolated, new to Nantwich or keen
to make new friends. A friendly group supporting and encouraging good
mental health and wellbeing. Hosted by Nantwich Buddies; supported by
Nantwich Town Council.
See Nantwich Buddies entry in the
in Regent's Park listing (third column).
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A "very friendly club creating a better world for women and girls".
During the Covid-19 pandemic the club met virtually
and held regular Zoom socials.
They had been meeting twice a month at Hunter's Lodge, Crewe
- a business meeting and an informal dinner with a speaker.
The Gullet off Hospital Street
(adjacent to a public car park) or Monk's Lane on foot. CW5 5DN.
Cheshire Land Rover Club.
drivers who wish to compete in "trials" with their vehicle. Founded
in 2005 by Nantwich man Malc Bourne. Meets on the second Tuesday of
the month at 7.30pm for an 8pm start.
The club meets at The Bowling Green after the Red Lion pub in Barony
Road closed (See here).
Bowling Green Facebook page
BARONY PARK BOWLING CLUB
Barony Road, CW5 5QY
Nantwich Barony Park Bowling Club is looking for new members
wishing to play in a league or for
All ages, male or female, experienced or not, are welcome.
The club meets on the Barony Park on Sundays from 9am to
11am, weather permitting. Equipment provided if required.
For more information, telephone 01270 314024 or 07805 011397.
RICHMOND NANTWICH VILLAGE
St Joseph's Way (off London Road), CW5 6LZ
Adult Art Classes, with Jackie, on Wednesdays between 10.30am and
11.45am. Call Richmond Village on (01270) 629080 to register.
Grandma's Rhyme Time, at 2pm on Monday afternoons. A free fun
activity for pre-school children. Songs, music and stories. Carers
welcome. Call Richmond Village on (01270) 629080 to register your child.
Social / Knitting Group, Mondays from 2.30pm to 4pm. Contact
Jane-Ann, Head of Activities, Richmond Village main reception (01270)
629080 or email@example.com
Pilates Session (based on chair exercises), on Mondays at
3pm. Tailored towards senior citizens. Cost: £3 per session. It's about
social integration. Everyone welcome.