Kingsley Village
in the heart of Cheshire

 

 

Brownies and Guides in Kingsley

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Kingsley has an active Brownie and Guide unit. Please click on the logo's below for further information on each.

1st Kingsley Brownies

Brownies Logo Brownies is a part of Girl Guiding UK. Our members are girls aged between 7 and 10yrs. We take Brownies on a Brownie Adventure, with activities, games and badges designed to help a Brownie develop an understanding and awareness of herself, her Community and of the world around her. We also enjoy an annual, themed Pack Holiday weekend every year, during which we visit a local attraction. In 2012 it was all about the stars and we visited Jodrell Bank Observatory. In the past we have visited Blue Planet, Chester Zoo, Tatton Hall Park Farm...etc etc.

1st Kingsley Brownies has been in existence since the 1930's and we meet on Wednesday evenings, in term time, between 5.45 and 7pm in Kingsley Village.

If you think your child may be interested in joining our Pack, please contact Sue Elliott for details at
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (enclose your telephone number and we'll call you back.)

If you would like to find out more about Brownies in general, you could try the Brownie website www.girlguiding.org.uk/brownies/

If you think you might like to be involved with Brownies or with any other part of Girl Guiding, take a look at the Guiding website for more information www.girlguiding.org.uk

Sue, Tina & Tracy (Brownie Leaders).

Information Leaflet

For more information on some of the activities Brownies do please read or print off the following leaflet.


 

Kingsley & Norley Guides

Guide LogoKingsley & Norley Guides meet on Monday evenings, from 7.00-8.30pm.

We meet alternately in Kingsley & Norley villages. Guides can join from when they are 10 and finish at the age of 15.

Guiding is a game - with a purpose! It provides opportunities for girls to be challenged by new adventures & experiences, develop self awareness and self confidence, learn to think for themselves and make their own decisions, make friends and have fun, and much much more.

Being a Guide is all about belonging to a group, learning new skills, making new friends and helping others. Each Guide is encouraged to achieve her own personal goals through a progressive programme with the opportunity to work for a wide variety of badges. This allows the girl to mature and develop at her own pace.

Guides work together in Patrols, groups of four to eight girls, providing a ready-made group of friends and helping the girls to feel that they belong to something special. They elect their own Patrol Leader. A Patrol plans its own activities with the support of the Guide Leader so that each Guide learns to share in decisions that affect herself and others in the Patrol.

If you are interested in finding out more, or joining, please contact
Sue on 01606 892779
e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Cheshire Forest Guides: http://www.cheshireforest.org.uk/
Official Guide Website: http://www.girlguiding.org.uk/

Information Leaflet

For more information on some of the activities Guides do please read or print off the following leaflet.

Kingsley Cricket Club

Kingsley Cricket Club

We are a Sports England Clubmark accredited and Cheshire Cricket Board Focus Club located in the village. Our aim is to provide opportunities to play, support and enjoy cricket at an ambitious, friendly and welcoming club.

We have 2 Saturday senior teams who play in the Cheshire Cricket League, a Sunday friendly team and a midweek 20/20 side playing in the Chester and District Midweek League. We are always on the look-out for players at all levels – whether you are looking for competetive league cricket or an occasional social game on a Sunday we will have something for you. If you are interested we have practice sessions on Tuesday from 6.30 – just ask to speak to any team captain or committee member.

For the youngsters, we have a thriving junior section that we are very proud of, with teams at u-9, u-11, u-13 and u-15 levels. We are also happy to be part of the ECB led "AllStars" programme during the Summer of 2017 focusing on the younger ages (School years 1 and 2).

Outdoor coaching on Friday evenings from early May– for under 9s and all-stars from 5.30, older age groups from 6.30.

With the sun out and the bar open, it’s a great place to enjoy a relaxing drink or two after work whilst watching your children learn how to play the game under the supervision of our fully qualified coaching team.

As well as playing there are opportunities to get involved as a social member or a sponsor. If you would like to find out more go over to our website: http://kingsley.play-cricket.com – we would love to hear from you.


Under 9s cricket coaching starts this Friday – 5 th May 2017

New members always welcome at Kingsley Cricket Club – Mill Lane, Kingsley

For years 1 and 2 we are running the ECB All Stars programme.

Sign up online now (every child gets kit and clothing), or come along on the 5 th or 12 th to our taster sessions or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

There is also lots of information on our club website at: http://kingsley.play-cricket.com

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The Kingsley Youth Group (KYG) club is a group of young people who meet at Kingsley Community Centre to socialise with friends in a safe environment, supervised by adult youth workers. Meeting Times

Meeting Times

Meetings are generally on Thursday evenings, and start at:

School years 4 to 6: 5.30pm - 7.30pm
School years 7 to 6th form: 7.30pm - 9.30pm

Activities

Activities at the centre include (in the Social Room) young people meeting & chatting with their friends, Tuck Shop, Pool Table, bringing & listening to music (there is a Music Centre, DVD Player, & TV), cards & games... and physical activities in the main hall.

Documents

New documents coming soon

Kingsley Gardening Club - Programme of talks 2019/20

Date

Subject Presenter

9 September 2019

Herbs and their culinary and medicinal uses

William Woods (Blackbrook Nurseries)

14 October 2019

Flowers of Yunnan

C Brabin

11 November 2019

The Eden Project

Tim Carter

December 2018

 

No Meeting

January 2019  

No Meeting

10 February 2020

“A Story of Cyclamen, Hepaticas and Snowdrops”  Bob Worsley

9 March 2020

Hardy Geraniums “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly”

Sue Clarke 

6 April 2020

Propagating new plants from cuttings

Marguerite Hughes

11 May 2020 “The birds and the bees” Light-hearted but factual talk on insects and birds in the garden  George Pilkington
8 June 2020  AGM - details and venue to be advised in due course  

Welcome Letter

I am pleased to give you details of our forthcoming programme for the 2018/19 season.

Membership is £15 per year or £4 per meeting, we hope to see you again.I do hope you will be able to join us. Please make yourself known to either myself or another committee member in order that we can ensure you are welcomed to the club.

How To Join

Please send the following details:

TO: Chris Woulds, Membership Secretary, Kingsley Garden Club, Mount Pleasant, 9 Top Road, Kingsley, Frodsham, WA6 8DU

Please enrol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. as members for the season 2019/20

Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (optional)

e-mail Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  (optional)

I enclose £ . . . . . . as subscription for . . . members at £15.00 each

PLEASE NOTE: All personal details will be used for Garden Club purposes only and not passed on to third parties.

In 1976, while thinking of ways of raising the money to build a Community Centre, the idea of putting on a fund raising show came about.

So a cabaret, Kingsley style, sort of medieval, home grown and devised with the help of an odd professional (to help give a bit of class) was written as the first show.

It was such a success that more shows followed, the money was raised and the Community Centre was built.

Plus, an amateur dramatic society was born!

The first meeting of the group was in December 1976, the name was chosen and a draft constitution agreed. It was decided that two plays and a pantomime would be performed each year.

The first performance by the group was in April 1977 when two one-act plays were performed. History of the drama group has even been written about by John Birtles.

Tickets for performances can be purchased online at: http://boxoffice.kingsleyplayers.co.uk/

To find out more about Kingsley Players visit their web site at http://www.kingsleyplayers.co.uk.

Why not join our Facebook page where you can take part in discussions and more easily keep up to date with what is happening?

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ABOUT KINGSLEY WOMEN'S INSTITUTE

The WI meet at Kingsley Community Centre on the first Wednesday in the month at 7.30pm. We have a diverse range of speakers and demonstrations in a friendly atmosphere.

Come along to a meeting, visitors welcome. Read more ...

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