children

Organisation Name
Wellbeing Theme Category
Purpose/role

To start learning the skills needed for life by making friends and trying new activities.

When & where
Monday evening from 5.45 – 6.45pm at The Scout Den, Combe Lane
Person to contact
Bill Belshaw
Phone
01934 712438
Cost
£12 per month
Who can attend
Children over 5¾ years old. Go to website to register an interest
Support with attending
Parents need to arrange, due to safeguarding requirements.
Organisation Name
Wellbeing Theme Category
Purpose/role

Brownies is about trying new things that teach girls about themselves, their community and their world

When & where
Wedmore Village Hall on Wednesdays from 6.15 to 7.45pm
Person to contact
Sue Moreman
Phone
01934 710278
Cost
£30 per term
Who can attend
Girls from 7 to 10 years
Support with attending
Parents need to arrange own transport or link with other parents, due to safeguarding requirements.
Organisation Name
Purpose/role

To raise funds for the charity

Person to contact
Sue Burton
Phone
01934 712092
Cost
Not applicable
Who can attend
If you would like to have a collection box in which to put your loose change, contact Sue. Christmas cards are available from November.
Support with attending
Not applicable
Organisation Name
Wellbeing Theme Category
Purpose/role

To develop the skills needed for life through learning new things and having adventures.

When & where
Tuesday evenings from 6.45 to 7.45 at The Scout Den, Combe Lane
Person to contact
Bill Belshaw
Phone
01934 712438
Cost
£12 per month
Who can attend
Children from 8 to 10½ years old.
Support with attending
Parents need to arrange, due to safeguarding requirements.
Organisation Name
Wellbeing Theme Category
Purpose/role

Guides challenge themselves and make a difference in their community.

When & where
Wedmore Village Hall on Wednesdays from 7.00 to 8.30pm
Person to contact
Elaine Tilling
Phone
01934 713650
Cost
£20 to £25 per term per family
Who can attend
Girls from 10 to 14 years
Support with attending
Contact Elaine to discuss, according to safeguarding requirements.
Wellbeing Theme Category
Purpose/role

Football Association Charter Standard Community Club providing opportunities for boys and girls to play football in a safe, fun and positive environment.

When & where
Girls & Boys teams from U5 – U16s training midweek and matches at weekend.
Person to contact
Nick Beason (Club Chairman) or Charlotte Monson (Club Secretary)
Phone
07951 154692 (Nick) 07712 006032 (Charlotte)
Cost
Annual fee varies according to age between £50 and £75 plus additional mid-week training fees for some teams.
Who can attend
Children from age 5 up can participate as players; parents encouraged to become volunteer coaches, club officials etc. New players are welcome to join at any time subject to individual team player numbers.
Support with attending
Parents need to arrange, due to safeguarding requirements.
Organisation Name
Wellbeing Theme Category
Purpose/role

Rainbows learn by doing – they get their hands dirty, do sports, arts and crafts and play games.

When & where
Wedmore Village Hall on Wednesdays from 4.30 to 5.45pm
Person to contact
Gail Millard
Phone
01934 713922
Cost
£30 per term
Who can attend
Girls from 5 – 7 years
Support with attending
Parents need to arrange own transport or link with other parents, due to safeguarding requirements.
Scouts
Organisation Name
Wellbeing Theme Category
Purpose/role

To practice the skills needed for life by building resilience and confidence.

When & where
Monday evenings from 7.15 to 8.45 at The Scout Den, Combe Lane
Person to contact
Bill Belshaw
Phone
01934 712438
Cost
£12 per month
Who can attend
Children from 10.5 to 14 years old.
Support with attending
Parents need to arrange, due to safeguarding requirements.
Organisation Name
Wellbeing Theme Category
Purpose/role

Drop in session for children to enjoy play, arts and crafts music and lots more.

When & where
Fridays 9.15-11.15am Wedmore First School main hall
Person to contact
Penny Wallace
Phone
7833 105418
Cost
£2.00 for the first child and £1.00 for each additional child
Who can attend
Local children 0-5 yrs and their parents, grandparents or carers
Support with attending
Parents need to arrange own transport or link with other parents, due to safeguarding requirements.