The Town and District council surgeries take place on the second Saturday of each month from 10am to 12 noon in Southam Library.
This gloriously iconic Southam building is open to the public every Friday morning between 10.30am and 12 noon when coffee, tea, cake and biscuits are provided by volunteers for a small donation.
Do come along for a chat and a coffee! Everyone welcome.
Do you love to sing? This long established four part mixed choir meets every Thursday from 7.45pm at St Wulstan’s Church Hall, Wood Street, Southam. No audition needed, please get in touch for more information.
Hereburgh Morris meet every Wednesday evening in Harbury School Hall in term time, or in Harbury Scout Hut in the school holidays.
Come along and join us, contact us via Facebook, or email for more details.
All visually impaired people are warmly invited to come along to the Southam Vision Support meetings at the Congregational Church in Wood Street every other Wednesday afternoon. Interesting speakers, entertainment and good company, plus tea and cakes. Transport can be provided.
The group normally meets fortnightly – please confirm dates before attending.
NB: For insurance purpose, before coming along for the first time, you need to register your interest by telephoning Chris on 01926 810316
Every Market Day (Tuesday), Southam & Bishops Itchington Congregational Church opens its doors between 10am and 12 noon offering coffee, tea and biscuits (and sometimes cake!). This is a friendly, sociable, drop in event and a chance to meet your friends for a chat.
Everyone is welcome, payment is by donation, and we are right opposite the Market in Wood Street.
The Southam Branch of the Royal British Legion meets on the 2nd Monday of the month at Southam Sports & Social Club. We organise the annual Poppy collections, the Remembrance Parade and support Galanos House. We provide social meetings and welfare support for ex-Service personnel. New members welcome.
Come and join us for friendly stitching sessions in good company – sewing, knitting, crochet etc.
Monday afternoons in Southam Library. New members welcome.
Jolly J’s runs every Monday morning in St James Church, Southam, excluding Bank Holidays.
Fun for all, and older siblings are welcome.
A varied social programme for seniors at Wattons Lodge on the first Friday of the month from 2pm to 4.30pm.
Transport can be arranged. All seniors welcome.