Clubs & Societies Directory

Hobbies & Interests

Allotments

Allotments are available from the Village Gardens Association for £22 for a half plot (about 110 sq m) and £44 for a full plot. Just add seeds and exercise to grow your own fresh fruit and vegetables!

Archaeology

Discovering local history and archaeology, the Blewbury Archaeology Group welcomes new members. No experience is necessary and training can be given. We have a programme to research many more sites in the Parish on a regular basis.

Aviation

Oxfordshire Aviation Group meets on the second Monday of every month at the Marlborough Club, Didcot, often with a guest speaker/slide-show, but always with a warm welcome to like-minded individuals.

Bell Ringing

We provide the ringers for Blewbury Church, and enjoy the art of bell ringing. We are associated with the Oxford Diocesan Guild of Bellringers. Practice night: Fridays 8:00-9.30 pm.

Gardening - Village Produce Association

The Village Produce Association exists to encourage and support all those interested in gardens and their produce. An annual show, usually in July, is organised and there is also a programme of talks and visits.

Local History

The Local History Group is open to anyone prepared to help with local historical research in Blewbury. Occasional visits are made to places of interest. Meetings are held monthly except in August as stated in the Bulletin and online Diaries.

Blewbury Quiz Society

The Quiz Society exists to create and support quiz teams representing the Village and to hold occasional quiz events to support good causes. In particular, a team of six, self-selected by Doodle poll for each match, takes part in the South Oxfordshire Quiz League playing a dozen or more matches each winter season.

Radio - Harwell Amateur Radio Society

Harwell Amateur Radio Society meets on the second Tuesday of the month at Rutherford Appleton Staff Social Club, Chilton. New members are welcome and age is no barrier.

Wine

The Blewbury Wine Appreciation Society meets on the third Friday in the month at 8.00pm in the Vale Room. Meetings include at least 8 wines and expert guidance to help appreciate them. Absolutely no knowledge of wine is necessary. Membership £12 individual, £15 for a couple. Tickets per meeting normally around £14 a head.