Here’s a list of clubs who meet regularly at the Peace Memorial Hall
Enjoyable and fun art classes. Unlike other art classes you see advertised, they do not ask you to buy a long list of expensive items. Instead they provide you with everything that you will need to complete each session.To book a place email Anne on email@example.com or give them a call on 01438 318398
Idance offer a variety of fun, relaxed, affordable dance classes for young people and adults from novice to expert! Whether to exercise, socialise, improve technique, relieve stress, or simply for the love of it, dancing builds confidence, self-esteem and fitness. Why not improve your moves on the dancefloor. For general enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Laura on 07771995263
Monday evenings, 6.45pm til 9.45pm.
We are a fun filled group who enjoy a chat and a game of “Badders” with no pressure, but a chance for some fun exercise. Any players are welcome to come along for a game or two. Contact Marion Wilson for more info on 07769 683878 or email@example.com.
A match playing club who meet on Wednesday evenings in the PMH.
If you are interested in joining please contact Dave Hancock - Tel: 01438 821280.
Codicote Local History Society exists to further the study of local and family history in the Codicote area. There is a programme of monthly talks and outings. For more information please contact the Chairman & Programme Secretary, Nicholas Maddex on 01438 821849.
The Longfei Taijiquan Association is based in Hertfordshire and has teachers throughout Great Britain and the world. Taijiquan (or Tai Chi as it is commonly known) has a historical tradition for the development of good health, the balancing of the body’s structure and its function. The club meets at the PMH on Friday evenings
Codicote WI is a small friendly institute which meets on the third Tuesday of each month (except August) at 7.30pm. They have a variety of interesting speakers on a whole range of subjects and there are opportunities to take part in other WI events, such as learning crafts, sports, quizzes and talks, held elsewhere in the county. They welcome new members and visitors at all meetings. For further information please contact Margaret Hood on 01438 820534 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday mornings, 9am to noon.
Giles Coffee Shop offer a warm welcome and a full range of Fairtrade coffees as well as tea, soft drinks and home made cakes. Children and buggies welcome!
First Thursday and second Tuesday of each month, 10am to 4pm.
A quilting group that meets twice a month to sew, chat and enjoy the company of like minded people in a relaxed atmosphere.
First Sunday of each month, 9.30am to 11.30am
Worship at Giles Coffee Shop instead of the normal church building. Continental breakfast along with a range food and drinks are available. At 10.30 there is a short informal time of worship suitable for all ages