BROADWAY SEQUENCE DANCING CLUB
If you enjoy watching “Strictly Come Dancing” and would like to participate then Sequence Dancing is for you!
We meet each Monday (except August and Bank Holidays) in The Raeburn Hall, from 8.00 to 10.30pm.
For more details see our website: www.broadwaysequencedance.co.uk.
The Circle groups is a home friendship group that meets once a month and a church members home on the first Tuesday of every month at 2.30pm. Some conversations are of a religious nature but many are of general interest. We often invite speakers as well as the group themselves presenting a story or two. We sometimes sing but we always enjoy tea and biscuits.
Please contact the minister for further details.
Roger 02083934270 or email email@example.com
Csillagszemuek Anglia teaches Hungarian folk dance to 3-14 years old children. We offer folk dance classes at four locations in London, Surrey and Hampshire that are currently attended by 120+ children. We also organise special folk dance workshops for children and their families and provide opportunities for children to perform on stage. More information about the Hungarian Folk Dance Group at our website
Hungarian folk dance classes are held in the Elgar Hall every second Saturday morning from 10 am. Click here for more information about our classes at the Tolworth United Reformed Church
Gina Van Dyke Stage School provides regular dance classes
on Saturdays 10.15am and Tuesdays in the Raeburn Hall.
Established in 1966 with over 50 years experience. Our school aims to improve children’s physical, intellectual, creative and emotional well-being through the medium of dance, whilst learning the importance of fitness, having fun and self-confidence.
Jo Jingles Central Surrey run music and movement classes for babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers on Friday mornings. Classes are age specific, have weekly educational themes, are fun, lively and a great way for little ones and their carers to have musical fun together whilst meeting new friends. Babies from 3 months to 6 months can attend for FREE. For more information or to book your free trial, please head to their website www.jojingles.com/central surrey or contact Rebecca at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Jingles Central Surrey
Tel: 07545 155758
Kids United Playgroup is a top class, friendly & welcoming sessional day care setting that’s open to all with learning through fun & play, leading to high achievements.
We are open four mornings a week, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Fridays from 9.15 – 12.15
catering for 2 – 5 year olds
Cost is £19.80 per session.
Lunch Club runs on Monday and Friday
12.15 – 13.45 Cost £12
For further information please go to our website:
Alternatively, you can contact us on 07928-102614 or by e-mail:
Interested in Pilates
Pilates is a form of exercise that builds strength, improves flexibility and develops control over the whole body. Movements are infinitely adaptable so that they can be enjoyed by everybody, both those not used to exercising regularly or recovering from injury, as well as those looking for a more challenging workout. The exercises promote good back health.
Pilates mat classes are appropriate for young and not so young, men and women.
I run classes on Monday and Wednesday in Surbiton and Friday in New Malden.
Classes are small and friendly! Class sizes are limited to 12 so that individual attention and correction can be given.
If you would like a free trial class, please contact me at email@example.com, or by mobile 0789 4670269
Unfortunately classes are not being run at the moment due to COVID 19 restrictions, however, a typical timetable in flyer attached: Pilates flyer 2020
Enquiries: Tammany Knoesen
Pilates at SRS
Mobile 0789 4670269 for text messages or over WhatsApp
Are you aged between 5 and 18? Do you like making friends, playing games, being creative, adventurous, crafty and active? Do you like learning new things and exploring the world? If so, Pilots is for you!
Here at Tolworth United Reformed Church Monday evenings 5.30pm
CONTACT: Gillian Jones 02083934270 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pilots is an ecumenical, non-uniformed organisation open to all children and young people. We believe that every child and young person matters. Consequently, Pilots aims to meet the needs of each community in which it functions, offering children and young people safe and caring environments to flourish in the knowledge and love of Jesus Christ.
Deckhands for 5-6 year olds at Tolworth United Reformed Church every (term time) Monday 5.30pm
Adventurers for 7-10 year olds at Tolworth United Reformed Church every (term time) Monday 5.30pm
Voyagers for 11-14 year olds To be advised
Navigators for 14-18 year olds To be advised
Pilots at Tolworth: Pilots offers a flexible and adaptable programme for children and young people with the core elements of worship, learning and service. It gives a strong identity, linked to a broader organisation in the United Reformed Church. It is hoped that this will help to encourage children from outside Tolworth and build a sense of belonging and commitment for our current children.
At Tolworth we provide the two groups (at the moment), Deckhands (aged 5-6) and Adventurers (aged 7-11).
Pilots has been in existence since 1936 and believes that children and young people matter. Therefore, Pilots gives local churches the chance to share the love of God in the ongoing life of Jesus Christ by inviting children and young people on an exciting journey
- Enables self-discovery in a fun, secure environment
- Gives an opportunity to respond to God
- Is rooted in the world-wide church
- Helps children and young people to grow in the Christian faith
John Williams was a missionary and with his wife Mary went out to the islands in the South Pacific to take the Christian message. They spent many years travelling among the islands speaking about Jesus and helping people, but often encountered great danger. John was eventually murdered. In 1936 the London Missionary Society invited children all over Britain to save their ship halfpennies and contribute to buying a ship in John’s memory so that his work could continue. Several ships were bought in this way and the organisation Pilots came into being.
Playtime is a Mothers, Carers and Toddlers group held every Wednesday morning in the Raeburn Hall from 10am till 11,30am. Admission is 50p per person adults & children. We have lots of toys and a craft table each week. We have a cup of tea for adults about 10.30 and a drink & biscuit for the children too then we transfer to the Small hall to sing nursery rhymes before we finish. We welcome all children from birth until they start nursery at about 3 years old.
The group is run by ladies from the congregation during term time only.
It is chance for parents, grandparents and carers to get a coffee, chat and watch those in their charge have a thoroughly good play! We provide tea and coffee, plenty of play activities and equipment, and craft activity for the more focused and a noisy child-centred sing-a-long.
For any enquiries please phone 0208 337 8581.
Meetings the first Wednesday of each month at 7.45pm
Surbiton Floral Art Group offers you the opportunity to watch floral demonstrations, join in workshops, and participate in other social events throughout the year. New members and visitors are most welcome to join us for a meeting whether or not they are flower arrangers. Club website – www.surbitonfloralclub.co.uk
Trefoil Guild is a branch of Girlguiding and its members agree to support the guiding ethos – including the pledge to help other people. Many members pass on their skills and knowledge to local guiding units, from helping Brownies work towards a badge to preparing older girls for a camping adventure. Many members are unit leaders or helpers in Girlguiding units.
Whether you’re involved in guiding or not, Trefoil Guild is a wonderful opportunity to meet like-minded people to share your next adventure – whatever that might be!
But it’s not all about the girls – there are plenty of opportunities for members to try something new, take on a new personal challenge and escape the daily routine. The best thing is that what you do is up to you!
In Trefoil Guild, women and men aged 18+ make new friends, travel, explore, serve their communities and help Guiding (and Scouting) thrive across the UK!
Across the UK, there are over 1,100 Trefoil Guilds with over 20,000 members – some meet every week, others less frequently, perhaps in the evening or in the afternoon.
A Guiding interest and support group for adults meeting in Tolworth and Berrylands meets on the first Thursday of each month at 2pm.
Wellbeing Classes – Practical Ideas for happier living
Practical Ideas for happier living is a six weeks course run by Kingston Adult Education. Courses are held throughout the borough at various venues and are held during the day and evenings, we run these at the United Reform on Tuesday Mornings. A pre-course enrolment/ information and guidance session is organised prior to the start of the course. Cost of course: Free (Funded by GLA and ESFA).
For more information please contact email@example.com
This group, usually known as the WEF, meets in th Elgar Hall on the 2nd & 4th Thursday evening of each month at 7,30pm from September till May. We are a small group but would welcome any new members.
After a short devotional opening we have a speaker or sometimes a craft evening or demonstration and finish with a welcome cup of tea or coffee.
For further details please contact Moira Fleming on 0208 337 8581.
Zumba to be held every Wednesday in United Reformed Church Hall.
From September there will be open regular Zumba Fitness classes, Zumba Gold Classes.
Zumba Fitness for everyone 7-8pm
Zumba Gold 6-7pm A low impact class for everyone who is looking modération dance workout, latin music inspiration. Age group 50+
Website: Diamond Dance Studio
Facebook: Diamond Dance Studio Facebook