2nd Bath Company of The Boys’ Brigade
Meetings are at the Weston Free Church (Moravian) Hall on
Mondays 6.00-7.15 – Anchor Boys (for 5-7 year olds)
Wednesdays 6.00-7.30 – Juniors (for 8-10 year olds)
Fridays 6.00-7.40 – Crafts, Model Railways or Music
Fridays 7.55-10.00 – Seniors (for 11-19 year olds)
The Company is part of the worldwide Christian Uniformed Youth Organisation (founded in1883) that provides a wide range of activities for Boys which may include Indoor Games, Kayaking, Dragon Boat Racing, Archery, Wayfaring, Sports, Table-Tennis, Hockey, Badminton, Swimming, Sailing, Music, Golf, Model-making & Railways, Computers, Weekend Camping, Summer 7-day camps, Canoe Camps, Sailing, Rock Climbing & Abseilling, Sphering, Woodcraft, Trekking, Cricket, Football, Craft work, Karting, etc.
We welcome new members, from the age of 5 to 19, of any race, religion, colour or creed to enjoy the fun and adventure in the BB!
The BB has an activity award scheme with lots of badges for Boys to earn! The Company also operates the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme for over 13’s.; several members hold the Gold Award.
Also, we have:
BOYS’ BRIGADE KAYAK & CANOE CLUB – Paddling Around
BOYS’ BRIGADE MOUNTAINEERING CLUB – Reaching new heights
BOYS’ BRIGADE MODEL RAILWAY CLUB – On the right track
BOYS’ BRIGADE ROWING CLUB – hard work
BOYS’ BRIGADE BRASS BAND CLUB – blowing our own trumpets
BOYS’ BRIGADE STEDFAST CAMP – Summer Camping
66th Bath (Weston Village) Scout Association
Activities range from abseiling to zorbing, with everything in between! Our weekly meetings include hikes, cooking, and earning badges, and our regular camps and trips include a range of adventurous activities. For more information visit our website.
Scouting isn’t just for young people, with adult volunteers of all ages involved in helping young people develop. We are always keen to hear from new volunteers.
Mondays – BEAVERS 18:00-19:00 (6-8 years old)
Wednesdays – CUBS 18:30-20:00 (8-10 years old)
Thursdays – BEAVERS 18:00-19:00 (6-8)
Thursdays – SCOUTS (10-14 years old) 1915- 2045
Primrose Hill Community Woodland
Primrose Hill Community Woodland is a hidden gem on the northern slopes of Weston with spectacular views across the city and the surrounding countryside.
Primrose Wood is a place for walking, talking, picnics, spiritual reflection and just having a good time, with easy access from Fonthill Road, Weston Village and Beckfords Tower.
Weston Ex-Services Association
Membership is for ex-service personnel and for associates, providing a competitive club bar and weekend entertainment and competitions.
Brookfield Park main entrance and car park.
Club Steward on 01225 425 147
Weston Local History Society
The Weston Local History Society meets on the third Monday of each month for a varied program of talks, visits and walks.
All are welcome, whether as full members or guests.
For printed programs and further information, please contact Weston Library, or Mrs P C Brice, Tel 01225 315342.
The Weston Mummers perform a traditional seasonal play (The Weston Mumming Play) in and around Weston village.
Their main performance is in the week before Christmas (usually on the Friday) and the circuit includes some of the nearby villages.
For more information and a programme of performance times, visit their website.
Weston Village Townswomen’s Guild
Meets on the third Wednesday of each month at the Weston Free Church (Moravian) Hall, High Street at 7.45pm.
The Guild is always keen to welcome new members and offers a variety of activities and outings.
New members will be invited to join in pursuits such as drama, choir, gardening, bridge, scrabble, local history, skittles, topical discussion and walking.
Please have a look at their Webpage.
Weston Village Women’s Institute
Meets the second Tuesday in the month at Weston Parish Hall, 7.30pm.
New members welcome.
For further information Tel: 01225 426484 or 01225 429736.
Royal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes
Weston Village is fortunate to have two Lodges of this Benevolent organisation for men aged 18 and over. It enjoys social activities and raises money for national and local charities and adds to the colour and diversity of village life!
The Lodge Meetings are in The King’s Head, High Street as follows:
Queen of The West Lodge – Thursdays from 8.00-9.30pm
Prior Park Lodge – Sunday mornings from 11.30am-1.00pm