A flower club, holding regular demonstrations of flower arranging, flower arranging classes, flower shows and other fundraising functions for charity.
We are a group interested in Scottish Country Dancing, and open to anyone – you don’t need any Scottish connections to enjoy it! SCD is relaxed formation dancing to cheerful music, rather like barn dancing, and usually done in groups of 8. Reels and jigs use fairly quick music while strathspeys are slower, and don’t worry, there’s no dancing over swords! We change partners for every dance and you do not need to come with anyone. All dances are walked through first. It’s an enjoyable way to keep fit and healthy and make new friends. With some practice, you will also be able to take part in the many Saturday Scottish Dances around the local area.
A foodbank offering additional support in response to the current Covid-19 crisis. We deliver bags of food to anyone who has a child at either Hayes Primary School, Hayes Secondary School, St. Mary’s Pre School in Hayes; or who is a resident of Hayes. Families with children in the Hayes Schools will have received an email from the school, but if you require further information please contact the appropriate school office. Residents of Hayes who are not linked to the schools please email or phone and a form with a list of available items will be sent. Please note there is no facility for items to be collected, deliveries only.
The Guild brings together a group of ladies from all walks of life to listen to speakers, discuss items of national and local interest. Other activities include bridge, listening to music, drama and visits to places of interest.
Three halls – two large and one medium, and one committee room, capacities ranging from 20 -100. Types of function: rehearsals, classes, dancing, pilates, charity sales, meetings. No weddings or parties. Kitchen facilities. Wheelchair access to all rooms, but toilet facilities for disabled people only in New Hall.
Local contact – 020 8462 4029
Mixed choir (60) performing major choral works. Four concerts every year, two of which are for local charities – a Midsummer concert and a Christmas carol concert. No audition, but some sight reading skills required.
A ladies choir of middle-aged people who sing for their own enjoyment and for entertaining in the local community. New members with commitment and the ability to sing in tune always welcome, no auditions, sight-reading not necessary but advantageous.
Local contact – 020 8777 2602
Bromley Living Streets is a group of residents in the London Borough of Bromley, campaigning for safer, quieter streets suitable for all people and all modes of travel, particularly walking, cycling and public transport. We do this as volunteers because we believe it is the right thing to do for the people of Bromley and for the planet.
The Hayes (Kent) Village Association was founded in 1933 to protect the interests of residents and preserve the local amenities.
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