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Clubs & organisations

The Stagemasque Theatre Company

 

Stagemasque Theatre Company are a new enterprise in partnership with Latimer Arts College @ The masque Theatre. Can you sing, act or dance? Would you prefer to be involved backstage, front of house, or in some other way? We'd love to here from you!

 

www.stagemasque.com or call 01536 726311

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Neighbourhood Watch

 

Interested in making your community safer? There are, at present, 25 NHW schemes in the village. To find out if yout road is covered by a scheme, please contact  Jane Calcott who is the NHW Liaison Officer based at Kettering Police Station. Tel: 01536 534800 or e-mail: jane.calcott@northants.police.uk . If there is a scheme Jane can put you in contact with the co-ordinator for your road. Jane can also advise on setting up a new schemes.

 

Find out more at www.ourwatch.org.uk which has lots of useful advice and a copy of the latest newsletter.

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Barton Seagrave Cricket Club

 

Foundered over a 100 Years ago, Barton Seagrave Cricket Club is situated on a hill over-looking the famous Wicksteed Park. We runa Saturday adult team in the Northants Cricket League Division 8 and a midweek team in the Geddington League.

We also have a thriving youth section with teams represented at Under 11's, 13's, 15's and 17's in the Corby and District Wilson Browne Youth Cricket League.

 

For more info, visit: http://bartonseagrave.play-cricket.com

If you would like your club or organistaion to feature on this page then please contact us.

Barton Seagrave Allotment Association

 

Just off Polewell Lane you will find the Barton Seagrave Allotment Association which is run by a very friendly group of locals. Prioity is given to Barton residents (of course!) and current rent is £21 per plot or £15 per half a plot. If you aspire to be Tom Good then get your name down quick as the average waiting time is around 15 months. 

 

For more information contact Mick Dix on 01536 722074.

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Barton Seagrave Brownies

 

Brownies are always trying new and exciting things. You can work towards getting badges such as the entertainer badge, friends to animals badge and sports badge. Brownies have lots of fun, make heaps of friends, play games, do crafts, attend sleepovers and have adventures. Would you like to become a Brownie? We usually meet once a week during school term time from 6.00 – 7.15pm. If you are aged 7 years to 10 years and you would like to come along and see what we do please contact Stacy on 07786635557.

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Kettering & District Photographic Society

 

The Kettering & District Photographic Society began in 1992 and currently have a membership of about 60 local people that meet every Monday evening in the Masque Theatre. The evenings offer social activities and guest photographers presenting their work, friendly competitions for the membership to enter, as well as tutorials and advice on all aspects of photography. Visitors and new members are always made more than welcome. For more info visit the web site.

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Womens Institute

 

Meets 2nd Tuesday of the month, 7.30 at Church House, Barton Seagrave. We have a varied programme of events including speakers and outings. New members are always welcome. For more information please ring Barbara on 01536 723211

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Kettering Civic Society

 

The Kettering Civic Society is a local charity that was formed in 1969 to encourage preservation, development, historic interest & inspire civic pride, stimulate public interest in the town and its surrounds, they arrange many local events such as coffee mornings, trips and quizes, etc.Visit their website.

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Workers' Educational Association (WEA)

 

The WEA Kettering branch meets on Tuesdays 2pm to 3.30pm at Church House. They run one adult education course in the autumn term and one in the spring term, often on a history topic. For more information contact Nelia Eaton 01536 513471 or Audrey Mitchell 01536 522127, or visit their website.

 

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Barton Seagrave Short Mat Bowling Club

 

The Club meet on Monday Evenings at the Community Centre, Castle Way, for a friendly evening playing short mat bowls with plenty of laughs along the way. For those not familiar with this form of indoor bowls the game is played on a length of carpet using standard lawn bowls. We welcome new members whether experienced bowlers or complete beginners.  If you would like to try out this game all we ask is that you bring along some flat shoes, we can loan you some bowls.

If you would like to find out more, why not call in at the Community Centre at 7:30pm on a Monday evening or alternatively you contact us via our website.

 

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