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Clubs/Societies

Leominster Town Cadets is for boys and girls aged 10-18. The cadets meet every Wednesday evening in term time, from 7-9pm, at the Methodist Hall in Green Lane. If you’d like to get in touch please email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or contact Clare Fulloway on 07903 858441.


KCS
is a large (75-strong) choral group which meets each Monday night in Kington for rehearsals. New singers will always be welcome, both experienced and those new to choral music – just telephone the Music Director Maureen Twiddy on 01544 370666

Leominster Historical Society.
Mr Nick Horton, 4 Downes Court, South Street, Leominster, HR6 8GB. Our website is http://leominsterhistoricalsociety.sharepoint.com


The current LEOMINSTER MORRIS was formed in 1983 by men who had danced in other sides, in particular Breinton Morris, but who found themselves living in and around the town, with a common desire to revive the old Leominster tradition.The Leominster Morris is always pleased to welcome new members.Please ring Richard Wheeler, our Bagman, on 01568 720426


Leominster Lions Club
Is a small club of both sexes and all ages formed in 1979 to serve the local community. We welcome new members come along to one of our meetings. Held on the 2nd Thursday evening of each month at the Black Swan, West street, Leominster at 8pm. Details 0845 833 9569

Leominster Choral Society.Leominster Choral Society is a friendly, mixed and long established choir, the origins of which go back over a hundred years. We currently have about sixty members drawn from Leominster itself and the surrounding countryside, and are divided into the usual sections of Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass. Normally we sing three concerts each year. Tom Pellow (Secretary)Tel: 01568 611914 01568 611914

Caring for Gods Acre. Caring for God’s Acre is a small independent charity which offers the following support to community groups:Advice and information on churchyard management e.g. grassland, trees, stonework, Site visits and management plans ,Informative illustrated talks ,Advice on grants and grant applications ,training courses .Website details.

Leominster Rifle and Pistol Club.In common with many other clubs, Leominster Rifle and Pistol Club began life in WW II with the home guard; also during that early post war time many businesses had their own clubs (Banks, stores, etc). Leominster Rifle & Pistol Club has its own range building constructed by its members. Details of membership etc www.leominster-rpc.org.uk

Leominster Classic Motorcycle Club.Founded in October 1991, and now has over 150 members, making it the largest motorcycle club in Herefordshire and one of the largest independent clubs in the UK. Open to all enthusiasts no matter what age or type of maching as long as you have an interest.For further information see website

Leominster Vintage Club Meetings 2nd Wed of every month at The British Legion, Leominster. Please visit website for more information on what we do. www.leominstervintage.co.uk

The Lion Ballroom. The Lion Ballroom in Leominster has been described as the town's "best kept secret". The building dates from the early Victorian period (1843) but this fact is misleading as its character is undoubtedly Georgian. Available for Hire. Events See website for details. www.lion-ballroom.co.uk

 

 

 

 
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