Regular Activities

Babminton

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We are lucky to have five different Badminton clubs running from Keston Village Hall. Some groups are open to new members and some are groups of friends that have a private hire to play Badminton on our wooden sprung floor court in the Main Hall.

Wednesday morning - Senior Ladies Badminton
We are a friendly club which plays every Wednesday morning to an intermediate standard and would welcome new senior ladies but no beginners please. Please contact Joan on 01732 455274

Thursday afternoon - Elderly mixed to any standard
We are a small mixed friendly group. We are happy to welcome new members of 50 to 80 years of age, experience is preferred. Please contact Alan on 01689 607941

Tuesday afternoons and Thursday evenings - PRIVATE HIRE

Sewing

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With the success of the British Sewing Bee on BBC, we at Keston Village Hall are proud to have a group of sewers making great use of our Jubilee Room with its own kitchen and facilities.

Thursday mornings: learn to master your sewing machine

Create something personal and unique in no time. We are friendly club that meets on Thursday mornings. We have all levels of experience from beginners to more advanced sewers. The club started with a couple of us meeting to help each other out and enjoy the company of like-minded people who can give help or need help to create that next unique and personal item. Sadly we have no room for additional members at this time, but please contact us so we can keep you updated on space.

Please contact Kate  on 020 8290 1755

Dog Training

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We are lucky to have a great dog trainer, Inger Alexanderson, who hires Keston Village Hall, Main Hall. Please get in touch with Inger on her mobile 07944 772930 or via her website http://dogsolutions.co.uk/

Monday afternoon & evening - Program available on website

A well-trained dog is a happy dog with a happy owner. Be trained yourself to train your dog.

We can train your family pet in a social group, or one-to-one with the instructor, with the aim of having a socially well behaved and obedient dog.

Please contact Inger on 07944 772930

Cactus Club

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The Bromley branch of the British Cactus and Succulent Society have been using Keston Village Hall for many years.

Wednesday evenings - Fourth Wednesday of the month please 'click here' to check schedule

This year we have a wide range of speakers lined up and other events include a 'Bring and Buy' evening, our Annual Show in May and a visit to Connoisseurs' Cacti. Each of our regular meetings is accompanied by a table show.

For further information on our activities see our meetings page. Non-members and visitors are always welcome at any of our meetings.

Please contact Mike on 020 8699 2543

Dance Classes

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We are fortunate to have Lauren and Mike to bring the Latin spirit to Keston Village Hall on a Wednesday evening. Great music and passionate dance instructors can only mean one thing it's Latin Dance night! Lauren and Mike teach on a Wednesday evening are for Private Latin Dance tuition only.

Wednesday evening - Latin Dance

For more information about Private Latin Dance tuition held at Keston Village Hall:

Contact Lauren or Mike via email

Mums & Toddlers

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Keston Village Hall is for all age groups and we're really happy that the next generation is catered for in our main hall.

Tuesday morning - Mums & Toddlers

It's a great place to meet mums with children your child's age, and your child can make new friends too. The hall is large and secure enough for the toddlers to roam around and provides a great play opportunity for your child.

Please contact Victoria on availability on 01689 853514

Women's Institute Group

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The Women's Institute Group use Keston Village Hall for internal meetings, craft events  and guest speakers. The group are very pro active in the local area and welcome all to join.

1st Wednesday  on each month - General meeting

2nd Wednesday  on each month - Guest speakers (except August)

3rd Wednesday  on each month - Craft classes

For more information about the Women's Institute Group at Keston Village Hall:

Please contact Tonia on 020 8407 0843

Yoga

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Yoga is a practical aid, not a religion. Yoga is an ancient art based on a harmonizing system of development for the body, mind, and spirit. The continued practice of yoga will lead you to a sense of peace and well-being, and also a feeling of being at one with their environment. The practice of yoga makes the body strong and flexible, it also improves the functioning of the respiratory, circulatory, digestive, and hormonal systems. Yoga brings about emotional stability and clarity of mind.

Thursday evening - Yoga: all ages and levels welcome (Please ring in advance to ensure space)

For more information about classes held at Keston Village Hall:

Please contact Frances  020 8462 1995

Dance Club

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We are a very relaxed, successful and affordable dance school. Our aim has always been to give everyone the opportunity to build their skills and confidence and to make new friends in a fun and enjoyable environment. We welcome everyone equally and feel all have something to offer and share with us. Dance sessions include the following: DiscoFit, Line Dancing/Latin Line Dance, Ballroom, Latin American, Salsa.

Tuesday evenings - Dance: all ages and levels welcome

For more information about classes held at Keston Village Hall:

Please contact Stephanie 07950 364 299 or visit her website to find out more details http://stephaneezschoolofdance.co.uk/

Pilates

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Pilates: [pi'la:tes]) is a physical fitness system developed in the early 20th century by German-born Joseph Pilates. It is especially practised in the United States (where Pilates lived, developed, and taught his method) and the United Kingdom (where he lived and taught early stages of his method). It is fantastic for mobility and those with back problems.

Thursday morning - Pilates: all ages and levels welcome

For more information about classes held at Keston Village Hall:

Please contact Victoria 07966 935 765

Snooker Club

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The date that Keston Men’s Club was founded is a little vague but it moved to its present location around 1935.

At the rear of Keston Village Hall there is a private snooker club (The Keston Men’s Club). The main room covers approximately 65 square yards. There is a darts area at one end but the main activity is snooker. The full-size table is properly maintained and re-covered from time to time. There is also a selection of cues, rests and extensions. If anyone is interested in joining please contact Dennis directly on 01883 370 215.

For more details on Keston Men's Club please refer to their website at http://kestonmensclub.co.uk/

 

Short Mat Bowls

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Short Mat Bowls like to provide a social and friendly environment for people to come along and join in a game of short mat bowls. New people are very welcome and we aim to help them enjoy themselves.

Wednesday afternoon - Short Mat Bowls from mid September to mid April + summer club

Friday morning - Short Mat Bowls from mid September to mid April + summer club

Please contact David on 020 8467 8571

Alcoholics Anonymous

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It is very important to us at Keston Village Hall that our hall is helping everyone in the community. Alcoholics Anonymous has been using our hall for many years and all are welcome at their meetings.

Sunday morning - Alcoholics Anonymous Please contact the National Helpline and one of our members will arrange to bring you along to your first meeting.

Please contact National Helpline directly on 0845 769 7555.

More information is available from the 'Alcoholics Anonymous' website http://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk

Dyslexia Services

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Dittas Ltd is owned by Sarah Beard, a Dyslexia Consultant with over twenty years of experience teaching and assessing Dyslexic Students. She is passionate about helping students with difficulties and trains others to do the same.  At the Centre, we have a number of Specialist Dyslexia Tutors working as Independent Practitioners offering tuition and assessments for children and adults. Tutors and Assessors working for Dittas, work from their homes and from the village Hall in Keston.

Tuesday afternoon - Dyslexia Services

Please contact the Sarah on 01689 862610.

More information is available from Dittas Ltd

Morris Dance

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Morris Dance is a form of English folk dance usually accompanied by music. It is based on rhythmic stepping and the execution of choreographed figures by a group of dancers, usually wearing bell pads on their shins. Implements such as sticks, swords and handkerchiefs may also be wielded by the dancers.

Tuesday Evenings - Morris Dancing

For more information about classes held at Keston Village Hall:

Please contact the Aidan via email.