Events

Southam Stompers Line Dance Classes: Intermediate

Southam Stompers runs weekly line dancing classes at The Grange Hall Southam.  Classes are run by a trained and approved instructor of the B-W-D-A

  • Beginners: Monday 10am to 11am
  • Improvers: Tuesday 10.30am to 11.30am
  • Intermediate: Wednesday 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Join us for socialising and dancing.  For ladies and gentlemen.  No partners required!

Southam Vision Support

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

Walk and Talk – ‘Get Active’ Walks in Southam

Organised by Stratford District Council’s Active Communities Support Officer, these walks are designed to be a gentle introduction/re-introduction to physical activity and are ideal for individuals who are inactive, have long term health conditions or would like to increase their activity.

Walks are held across the district including Southam – our Southam walk takes place on a Tuesday afternoon at 2pm, starting from the Leisure Centre.  The walks are free to attend and are led by Walking for Health qualified Walks Leaders who take the groups on routes lasting between 30-90mins.

Southam Stompers Line Dance Classes: Improvers

Southam Stompers runs weekly line dancing classes at The Grange Hall Southam.  Classes are run by a trained and approved instructor of the B-W-D-A

  • Beginners: Monday 10am to 11am
  • Improvers: Tuesday 10.30am to 11.30am
  • Intermediate: Wednesday 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Join us for socialising and dancing.  For ladies and gentlemen.  No partners required!

Coffee Pot at the Congregational Church

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.

 

Southam Stompers Line Dance Classes: Beginners

Southam Stompers runs weekly line dancing classes at The Grange Hall Southam.  Classes are run by a trained and approved instructor of the B-W-D-A

  • Beginners: Monday 10am to 11am
  • Improvers: Tuesday 10.30am to 11.30am
  • Intermediate: Wednesday 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Join us for socialising and dancing.  For ladies and gentlemen.  No partners required!

Southam Stompers Line Dance Classes: Intermediate

Southam Stompers runs weekly line dancing classes at The Grange Hall Southam.  Classes are run by a trained and approved instructor of the B-W-D-A

  • Beginners: Monday 10am to 11am
  • Improvers: Tuesday 10.30am to 11.30am
  • Intermediate: Wednesday 7.30pm to 9.30pm

Join us for socialising and dancing.  For ladies and gentlemen.  No partners required!

Southam Vision Support

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

Southam Ramblers Wednesday Walks

Southam Ramblers organises a programme of walks in Southam District once a fortnight on Wednesday mornings.  For our up to date walks programme, please follow this link to the Southam Ramblers website

The Wednesday walks are usually between 4.5 and 6 miles long and we meet at 9.30am in Southam’s Wood Street car park.  We then travel (car sharing) to the start point of the walk itself, usually returning to Southam by lunchtime.  We also organise ‘special’ walks, including a full day’s walking, an annual heritage walk with a representative of Southam Heritage Collection, a Summer Picnic Walk, and a ‘Soup and Puds’ Winter walk.

Your first walk with us is free, and if you wish to continue walking with us on a regular basis, then you are encouraged to join The Ramblers.  Sorry, because we often cross farmland with stiles, etc, dogs are not normally allowed on these walks.