Clubs and Organisations
ASLOCKTON AND ORSTON FOOTBALL CLUB (PREVIOUSLY ASLOCKTON CRANMERS)
ASLOCKTON TENNIS CLUB
With our own 2 all-weather, floodlit courts off Main Street, Aslockton is very fortunate to have this excellent facility.
Whether you’ve been playing for a while or are a newcomer to the game you will be welcomed to join in the varied playing and coaching activities within the club.
The annual subscription is kept low and adult members are encouraged to bring along their children who can play free of charge up to the age of 11 and thereafter, while in full time education, for a modest amount: We are keen to provide an easy pathway into the club so if you’d like to give tennis a go, get in touch and we’ll be pleased to introduce you to the club before you decide whether or not to take up membership.
April 2022 – April 2023: Adults £70 Juniors 15
Our coach, Stephanie Barling provides individual coaching by arrangement and group coaching for:
Juniors: (4-10 years) ; (11+years)
Adults: (Intermediate) (Advanced)
Safeguarding: All policies are kept up to date and contact details for our Safeguarding Officer, Delia Langley, are displayed on the Aslockton Tennis Club website and in the clubhouse.
Club sessions are held regularly and this is a great way of getting to know other players.
An American Doubles One Day Tournament is planned for Saturday 23 April 2022
A Doubles Tournament (round robin formula) will start during the summer months.
Secretary: Diane Sharpe 01949 850775
Coach: Stephanie Barling: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text/WhatsApp Steph. on 07792 814553
CRANMER LOCAL HISTORY GROUP
MEETS FIRST TUESDAY OF THE MONTH AT THE THOMAS CRANMER CENTRE ASLOCKTON
DOORS OPEN 7.45PM FOR 8PM START. MEMBERS £2, NON MEMBERS £3 (INCLUDES SANDWICHES)
LICENSED BAR AVAILABLE
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE GROUP AVAILABLE AT http://cranmerlhg.org.uk
W.A.G.S. (WHATTON AND ASLOCKTON GIRLS SOCIETY)
W.A.G.S. came about several years ago when as a group, we left the Womens Institute. The W.I. had become increasingly expensive, too formal, we were bound by too many rules and we had very little say over what we could do with our own groups money.
However we enjoyed the company and support that our monthly meetings offered so we decided to “fly solo”.
We have never had a formal committee, the only “official” is our treasurer who is in fact the husband of one of our members. Our aim has always been that everyone contributes to the meetings in whatever way they can, when they can and that can be suggesting ideas for meetings, making a cake, washing up, giving someone a lift to the hall etc. All money raised through subs. and the monthly entrance charge goes back to the members.
Membership stands at just over 20 this year. Our subs are set to increase to £20 p.a. from next May which is the first increase we`ve had to make since we started. This increase is necessary so that we can continue to book good speakers and we now use the main hall rather than the Harris room so our overheads have gone up.
Meetings are held at the Jubilee Hall, Whatton on the fourth Monday of the month (unless that coincides with a Bank Holiday when it`s the third Monday). We start at 2p.m. and finish at about 4p.m. We sit round tables, not in rows. Our calendar is a mixture of speakers and “home grown” entertainment—our own version of “Desert Island Discs” proving to be one of the most popular meetings thus far. We have a great variety of speakers and aim for the light-hearted and entertaining—it is after all an afternoon out. Talks usually last about an hour then we have tea/coffee and homemade cake and draw the raffle.
We are a very friendly group and would welcome any lady who would like to join us. You can come and see what we`re all about with no commitment to join---£2 payable at the door. One or two of our meetings are for members only so please check our calendar first.
For any further details please contact either
Fiona Barker 01949 851949 or
Toni Evans 01949 859851