Alrewas village organisations

Is your village organisation missing from these pages? Or do the details for your group need updating? If so, then send a message to the Clerk to the Parish Council.

1st Alrewas Scouts

A strong and expanding Scout group with three sections (Beavers, Cubs and Scouts) providing adventure and activities foryoung people between the age of 6yrs and 14yrs as part of a balanced programme with the opportunity to gain awards andbadges.
Tel Andy Cheadle 01283 792835 for information

All Saints Bowling Club

Situated in a beautiful spot between the Trent & Mersey canal and All Saints Church, a long established Club,catering for friendly and social bowling as well as Ladies teams, Mixed teams and Men's Veteran teams. Club afternoonsare at 2pm on Mondays and Wednesdays.
Contact Club Secretary: 01283 790152

All Saint's Church

Sunday Services 8am Holy Communion and 10am Family Service.
Bell ringing group
Sunday school meets Sundaysterm time 9.45am in the Methodist Hall
Vicar Revd John Allan 01283 790486

All Saint's Primary School

C of E school for 4-11 year olds, listed in their last OFSTED reprt 2008 as being an 'outstanding' school providing highquality education.
Head Teacher Mr J Gray
Tel 01283 790174

Alrewas & District Royal British Legion Club Ltd

Promotes comradeship for Ex Service and Non Ex Service people in the community and to support the Royal British Legionin raising funds for their benevolent work. Club has a licensed Bar,good indoor sports facilities and a Crown GreenBowling Green. Regular entertainment to suit all ages. Rooms available for private meetings and functions. New Membersyoung and old are always welcome.
Club Secretary: Marie Hopkins 01283 791183
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Alrewas Arts

Promotes arts activities in the village, stages 'Live and Local' events which bring professional shows to the villagehall and organises community arts projects.
Co - ordinator: Richard Evans 790403

Alrewas Arts Festival Committee

This is a group of local artists and residents organising the 4th village arts festival to take place August 2012 whichwill include performances, exhibitions and workshops.
Contact: Paula Dumolo 01283 790054

Alrewas Bridge Club

Sessions are held every Wednesday afternoon at 2.30pm in the George and Dragon.
Beginners will be more than welcomeas full help and instructions on how to play will be on hand.
Contact: Charles 01283 791213.

Alrewas Brownies and Guides

Alrewas has a large and active girl guiding unit with two Rainbow packs (5-7year olds), two Brownie packs (7-10 yearsolds) that meet Monday and Tuesday evenings and a Girl Guides pack (10-14 year olds) that meet Monday evenings all atAll Saints School
Contact: Annette Gould 01283 790435

Alrewas Colts Football Club

Club gives young people from the age of 6yrs the opportunity to play and enjoy football in a safe environment. Leagueand friendly matches played. Qualified coaches. The club believes in positive encouragement to all age groups.
01283 791096 for more information

Alrewas Conservation Group

The group was started by Roger Sanders in 1993 over concern about the amount of developments taking place in Alrewaswithout knowledge of the residents.
The committee view planning applications on a weekly basis and any consideredcontroversial are sent out to all members. Other aims include preserving our old buildings, footpaths, historic settingsand keeping the present village boundary in place. Annual membership is £5.50 per household
Contact: RogerSanders 01283 790 832.

Alrewas Cricket Club

Alrewas Cricket Club encourages participation from all sectors of the community. The Club runs 2 senior sides who playlocal league cricket on Saturdays and Sundays and has always been at the forefront of the promotion of junior cricket.It currently has over 80 youngsters on its books. The over 8's play Kwik Cricket and there are teams at the Under 11,Under 13 and Under 15 age groups who each have a full programme of coaching and matches. Each team is managed by aqualified coach with CRB clearance and training in Child Protection and First Aid.
For the less committed, theClub runs an annual competition called the Orme Cup which first started in 1947. Strictly for locals, matches are playedbetween teams from the village pubs, the British Legion club, the Church, the farmers and the footballers. The proceedsare donated to Alrewas United Charities.
The pavilion is available to book.
Contact: Tim Aston 01283 791519

Alrewas Dramatic Society

An active vibrant group with a membership ranging from the young through to long-serving and experienced members! Wepride ourselves on the professionalism of our productions - whether drama, pantomime, musical show or comedy - andsometimes bring in real professionals to work with us. While our main home is Alrewas Village Hall, we have performedat the Brewhouse, the Garrick, the Lichfield Mysteries and Ashby Theatre.
Contact: Joanna Stevenson (new members)01283 790109 and/or Jane Gravells 01283 790677

Alrewas Show

Did you know that the Alrewas & District Agricultural & Horticultural Society held it's first show in 1879! Theshow has been held each year since then with the only exceptions being the 1st World War and then the Foot & Mouthoutbreak in 2001. The Society, through its active show commitee continues to work hard to organise an annual show thatreflects the traditions of agriculture and horticulture stretching over the past 128 years whilst ensuring that a realfamily fun day out is provided for everyone in the local community of Alrewas and district. Check out the date of thelatest Alrewas Show on the

Alrewas Ukes

Fancy playing a Ukulele? - see how much fun it can be via - or contact Joanna Stevenson on01283 790109

Alrewas United Charities

Set up in 1934 as an amalgam of a number of charities dating back as far as 1692. Over the last three or four hundredyears, local residents have given or bequeathed money and land and the trustees are charged to apply any income to the'general benefit of the poor', making grants to residents of Alrewas and Fradley who require help towards medicalexpenses and to provide temporary assistance 'in case of sickness, special distress or unexpected loss'.
Thecharity's principal asset is a field at Orgreave, which is rented to a local farmer and they receive dividends on sharesowned by the charity, giving an annual income of @£100 each year, with which they give grants to needy individualsand groups. They have also purchased 2 wheelchairs, and located them in Alrewas Surgery and Fradley Post Office,available for short-term loan.
Chairman is Dr Horton and trustees meet every 6 months to consider requests.
If you would like to give a contribution to this unique charity forms are available from the secretary, Mrs AngelaNoble 01283 790468.

Alrewas Youth Club

Open to young people who live in Alrewas between the ages of 12 and 16yrs
Every Friday evening 7.30 - 9.30pm at theScout Hut, William IV Road

Run by adult volunteers who have been CRB checked and trained in youth work

Supported by Staffordshire Youth Service, Staffordshire Council of Voluntary Youth Services (SCYVS) and thecommunity police team

Contact: Jane Reilly 01283 791470

Civic Society

Founded in 1969 to encourage high standards of architectural design and planning in the village and to stimulate publicinterest in and care for the beauty, history and character of the village and its surroundings.
New members alwayswelcome. Membership is £5 per year.
Contact: Nigel Moss 01283 790088.
Open gardens: Jane Curran 01283792536


Dance school for children aged 6 yrs upwards run by qualified dance teachers. Ballet, tap, modern and boys classes runon Saturday mornings in the Village Hall.
Contact: Chloe Richards 07966 931501

Fine Art Classes, Drawing and Water Colours

Every Wednesday afternoon, 2 till 4
Alrewas Scout hut ,William 4th Road, Alrewas.
Contact Delyse Sanders,Local Artist 43 years. Ring for details
01283 790 832

Gym Club

To suit children of all ages. Classes Tuesday and Wednesdays from 4.15pm in the Village Hall. Tap and ballet classesfollow.
Contact: Joanne Knight 01283 792341

Manor Park Sailing Club

The nearest sailing club to Alrewas, just off Rugeley Road in Kings Bromley. All abilities welcome from absolutebeginners to highly competitive dinghy racing. Sailing training courses are held throughout the year.

Mobile Leisure

Fitness class Tuesday mornings 10-11am in Fradley Village Hall. Suits all levels. Cost £3. Creche facility available(£1.50).
Also run Mini Mambos children's activity classes in local villages
Contact: 01543 308766

Monday Afternoon Drop In

We meet every Monday afternoon (except bank holidays) at the Methodist Church hall between 2 and 4pm, for tea, biscuitsand a chat.
We welcome all ages, both male and female, and now, thanks to a grant received from Staffordshirecouncil 'Well Being Fund', have regular guest speakers, activities and occasional outings.
Please come and joinus.
Contact Mrs Sue Hughes- 01283 792248
Mrs Barabara Stonehouse- 01283 791153

Neighbourhood Watch

A partnership between neighbours and police to reduce opportunities for crime and enhance community spirit so thateveryone can contribute towards the protection of their property by mutual co-operation and communication.
Alrewashas a large and active membership. New members always welcome.
Contact: Ralph Seville 01283 790527

Over 50's Club

The Alrewas branch meet every Tuesday afternoon at the Royal British Legion Club Rykneld Street, for an afternoon ofgood fellowship with tea & biscuits. Various outings are arranged each month and new members aged 50+ yrs are mostwelcome to join us.
Contact:Mrs Yvonne Conway 01283 791623

Painting and Drawing Group

Friendly and informal classes run by local artist Sylvia Royal. Every Wednesday and Friday afternoons and Thursdayevenings in the Methodist Hall. All types of media used. Both beginners and the more experienced welcome.
Contact:Sylvia Royal 01283 792680 or

Shotokan Karate (KUGB)

Alrewas Village Hall Friday 5:30 to 7:30
Contact Patrick D'Arcey for more details 01283 792060

Slimming World

Alrewas Village Hall Saturdays 10.30-12pm
Contact Caroline Lowe 078164866833

Star Youth Fellowship

Youth Club affiliated to All Saint's Church but all youngsters very welcome. Meet alternate Fridays at the church.
Contact: Carol Holmes-Peace 01283 791624

Stepping Stones Pre-school

Stepping Stones Pre-School is a community based charity nursery offering reduced fee child care for local children agedfrom 18 months to school age.
Affiliated and fully accredited by the Pre-School Learning Alliance and fullyinspected and registered with OFSTED.
The session times are 9.15 - 11.45am and 12.30 -3pm every day (except tuesmorning) term times only. Current fees are £7.75 per session and £2.75 for lunch.
There is amother/carer Baby & Toddler session on a Tuesday morning from 10am to 11.30am.
On Monday and Wednesday duringthe summer holdays there is a summer play scheme for those aged 18 months to 8 years.
Contact: Nicki Fowlston(New starters co-ordinator) 07739 172307

The Flea Pit

If you have a love of film or would like to see films on a big screen but don't get into Burton then please keep on eyeon what we are showing. Our aim is to cater for all ages and tastes so let us know the kind of films you would like tosee.
Tickets are only £4.00 and we also show films made by villagers prior to the main screening, we can alsoadvertise your local events on our newsreel.
More info at

Village Hall Management Committee

Trustees of the Village Hall. Responsible for the day to day running of the facility and long term upkeep of thebuilding.
Chairman Tony Jones
Bookings for main hall and upstairs room can be made on 07778 880720
Visit for more information

Village Walkers

The Village Walkers meet every Tuesday morning at 1045 am in the car park of the George & Dragon. We aim to getstarted by 1050.

We have around 60 active 'members' and typical walks attract around 20 walkers but ourrecord turnout currently stands at 38. The walk takes place in any weather but it is encouraging to know that in the 5years we have been active, we have experienced heavy rain only once or twice.

Our regulars come from Alrewas,Lichfield, Fradley, Whittington, and surrounding villages like Wychnor and Edingdale. Curiously, so far no one from ourclosest neighbours, Kings Bromley, Yoxall and Barton under Needwood.

Normally, we walk for about 6 mileswhich typically takes a couple of hours returning us to the pub in time to sample their excellent range of 'light bites'at 'credit crunch' prices and a refreshing drink or two.

For those wanting to walk a shorter distance weusually have several people taking what we call a 'short walk' that is at a more leisurely pace and around 2-3 miles.

The first Tuesday of each month features the bus walk where we catch a bus to a local spot and walk back.Because of the extra time needed to travel on the bus, this walk is usually around 5 miles.

More details areavailable on our website

Women's Institute

Meetings held first Monday of every month in the village hall. Regular guest speakers
Contact: Liz Cox 01283 790343

Yoga Group

Meet every Monday evening at the Methodists Hall, 8.00 pm to 9.30 pm. All abilities welcome.
Contact: DelyseSanders 01283 790832.