Clubs – General
The Society, which was founded in 1950, exists to promote interest in the rich history and archaeology of Axbridge and the surrounding area.
We hold a series of talks through the winter and visits during the summer to places of interest. If you’re interested in archaeology or just want to know more about the history of your local area then please come along to our meetings which are listed on the calendar. You are assured of a warm welcome.
Axbridge Archaeological and Local History Society Registered charity no. 272553
Winter meetings are held at Cross Memorial Hall on the 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm
For Membership enquiries please contact Jonathan Friend: email@example.com
We get together for activities and organised trips.
Let us know if of interest
The Society, founded in 1962, has the aim to promote interest in and care for the conservation, beauty and attractive features of the Parish of Wedmore, by encouraging good planning in character with the locality.
A series of illustrated talks is given each year in the Masonic Hall (just left of the Chemist’s shop) on a variety of subjects, including those related to the Parish, followed by tea or coffee & biscuits. Membership is open to all.
An annual subscription pays for hire of the hall, speakers’ fees and refreshments.
Meetings are 8 times a year on the 4th Thursday of January to May and September to November 7.30-900.
The Club’s purpose is to help others both in this neighbourhood and overseas having fun helping in a practical way or by holding events to raise funds.
We particularly enjoy working with local schools by organising events such as Mock Interviews, Young Writers, Young Business and Young Speakers competitions.
NEW MEMBERS ALWAYS WELCOME
We welcome members of both sexes, and our members range in age from 30 to 80 years olds. Most meetings include dinner; and we have a very varied programme of speakers and events.
We meet every Thursday at 7.15 for 7.30pm except those after a Bank Holiday
Badminton is a great way to keep fit and meet new people.
We are a small, friendly club. Open to all ages. All abilities welcome.
4 courts available.
First evening free.
Club Times: Tuesday evenings 8.00pm-10.00pm
Wedmore Bridge Club meets every Monday evening, including Bank Holidays.
Calendar dates etc. are available on the Club Web Site.
The Club hosts, on average 10 tables and is a member of the English Bridge Union. Teams drawn from the Club compete regularly in Somerset County competitions.
Moreover, the Club is fortunate having a membership which includes several county level players.
New players and visitors are always welcome.’
You are always welcome at the Garden Club – Wedmore Somerset.
An excellent place if you want to learn more about the pleasures of gardening in Somerset!
The club provides the opportunity for men who are retired to meet socially and enjoy interesting and varied talks.
There are no fund raising, political or other involvements.
It is purely social.
2nd. & 4th. Wednesday of each month
at 10 .45 a.m.
A committee which organises and promotes
the twinning between the villages of Wedmore and
St Medard de Guizieres in France.
The Women’s Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and to encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War.
Since then the organisation’s aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK.
Do contact Jill to learn all about the WI of Wedmore Somerset.
Wedmore’s WI meets monthly with very interesting speakers.
We meet on the 3rd Thursday of every month except August, at 7.30pm in the Masonic Hal
We meet on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesday of the month usually
at the Rec (Wedmore Playing Fields) in Wedmore at 7.30pm.
Wedmore young farmers club is for young people with in the community to get involved in farming and having fun.
In Wedmore YFC we do Stock judging, Sports, Public speaking, Different events like discos and bingos.
You don’t have to be a farmer to be in young farmers you can be someone who just wants to join the club to get involved and have fun.
Chairman – Ian Winter 07749621694
Wedmore Women Wheelers is a recently established cycling group catering for women of all ages and cycling abilities.
The group usually meets on a Sunday morning at Heath House crossroads at 10 am. There are often rides on weekdays too. Many members of the group are new to cycling or haven’t cycled for many years. Our rides are led by a club representative and no-one is left behind.
Rides vary in length and are mostly on the gentle terrain of the Somerset Levels. The routes are regularly risk assessed for your safety.
The group usually stops for refreshments and a chat during a ride. We are a friendly group of ladies and look forward to welcoming you on a ride.
More information can be found on Facebook, Instagram, the club’s
or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org