children

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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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
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.
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.