Local sports groups and organisations. If you would like your voluntary organisation in Weybridge added to this list then email: email@example.com
The courses are run by Weyfarers, which is the recreational arm of Weybridge RC. We’ll be running another one starting on 7th September – details are on the website www.weyfarers.org.uk under “Learn to Row”. The website will also give you an idea of the other things we do – we are a very sociable bunch who aim to have fun rather than compete, although some of our course “graduates” do move across to the racing club.
I do hope you decide to give it a go. Let me know if you have any questions:
Phone: 07973 415656
Weybridge Rowing Club
Weybridge Ladies Amateur Rowing Club
The club is a non profit making organisation run by volunteers. Weybridge Ladies Amateur Rowing Club is an Amateur Rowing Association accredited centre for Junior Rowing. All correspondence to the Secretary at the address below.
Weybridge Ladies Boat House
Thames Tow Path
Weybridge Cricket Club
We welcome you to Weybridge Cricket Club. The archives show that we were established in 1924 and cricket has been played on our rural and picturesque ground since then. The Club currently runs four league teams each Saturday and features in two Sunday knock-out challenges. The first XI are three times winners of the Surrey Championship League formed in 1999 and the Second and Third elevens play in their respective Premier divisions. Weybridge Cricket Club has a very high profile Colt’s academy catering for age groups from 8–17 years old with professional coaching and a great deal of encouragement.
The Club is proud of its social activities with many events organised throughout the year ranging from an annual dinner and dance to boules competitons, quiz nights and much more. All major sporting events are featured in the pavilion on either Sky or terrestrial television.
Membership & General Contact: Carol Robinson
1st Weybridge (Brooklands Own) Scout Group
20 Springfield Lane
There are over 600 Healthy Walks schemes across England, one of which is the Elmbridge Healthy Walks programme. These local walks are free to join and are a great way to explore the local countryside. All the Elmbridge Healthy Walks are led by trained walk leaders. The walks are also graded. Some of the walks for January are a walk around Whitley village on the 12th or 28th January 10.30 – 12 noon and a walk around Claygate Common on the 30th January 10.30-11.30. There is no need to book a place – just turn up.
For more information visit www.elmbridge.gov.uk/healthywalks
With Back to Sport, you could start playing your old sport or even try a new one in no time at all. Elmbridge’s Back to Sport courses for men and women are focussed on learning and reviving sports skills in a sociable environment. They give you the option to take up sport or be more active in your local area in area in a friendly and non-competitive environment. The Back to Sport sessions are delivered over 6 to 8 weeks by qualified and experienced coaches.