Clubs and Groups in Broadway for Adults

Book Club  Third Tuesday of the Month at 8.45am at Broadway Deli.  Tel: Margaret 01386 852120.

Breakfast Book Group  Second Tuesday of the Month at 8.30am at Russells Restaurant. Tel: Elizabeth 01386 858588.

Broadway Library Book Club Third Monday of the Month at 2.30pm in the Library.

Broadway Bowling Club  has a pavilion complete with lounge bar, kitchen, changing rooms, pool table and indoor skittle alley. All are welcome (from 8 years old) -  tuition available. For new member enquiries please contact the Club Secretary Kim Mcgrath 07866 404 123. Email: Bowling Club,  Kennel Lane,  Broadway,  WR12 7DJ.

Broadway Cricket Club Village cricket club in the heart of the Cotswolds. 2 Saturday teams & a junior section. Come and join us if you are interested in being part of a progressive, ambitious and friendly club. Clubhouse, Snowshill Road, Broadway, WR12 7JS. Please contact Steve  Tel: 07946 263463 or Email:

Broadway Embroidery Group  Small friendly group who enjoy all types of embroidery and sewing too. First Thursday of the Month 10am-1pm  at the Methodist Hall.  Tel: Gill 01386 830604. Family History Sessions on Alternate Wednesdays 2-4pm at Broadway Library.  Tel: 01905 822722.

Broadway Fire Station is a retained fire station, so is staffed solely by on-call firefighters, who respond to emergency calls whenever they are needed. The station has a Scania fire engine which carries a wide range of equipment, including heavy rescue extrication gear. 
On-call drill nights are held at the Fire Station every Monday commencing at 7:00pm.
If you would like to know more about becoming an on-call firefighter see

Games Afternoon First Tuesday each month 2-4pm. Table top games for everyone at the URC Hall, 77 High Street. (Tel: Mark 07949 296 738) 

Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway  Trading name of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway Plc (GWSR), devoted to reopening as much as possible of the former Great Western Railway line between Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon. The heritage railway is almost entirely run by volunteers, and operates between Cheltenham Racecourse Station and Laverton. It is currently extending the line northwards to Broadway and restoring the station.  The public are invited to consider becoming a Member of the Railway, volunteering, becoming a shareholder of the Plc, or sponsoring/donating. For more details see

The Gordon Russell Trust  Located in the original workshop, the Museum celebrates the life and work of Gordon Russell and his Company over a period of sixty years in Broadway.   Unique collection of furniture witha range of stylesfrom the Arts and Crafts to 30s streamline Modernism, Utility Furniture to 1980s luxury post modernism.  If you would like to become involved in events and outings plus enjoy priority booking for Talks and Previews, why not join the Gordon Russell Design Museum Member’s Forum? Cost per Single/Joint membership is £25pa - link at 
Gordon Russell Museum, Russell Square, High Street, Broadway, WR12 7AP. Tel: 01386 854695.

Broadway History Society   Meet monthly for talks etc on Broadway's history.  Membership is open to all (2016 individual £10 pa, joint £15). Membership application forms can be obtained from Mary Smith, Hon. Treasurer Tel. 01386 853278 or Email Non-members welcome to meetings £3.   

Knitting Circle   Every Wednesday from 10am - 12noon at Tisanes Tearooms.  For more information contact Pat on 07790 502181. 

Lifford Hall Trustees  The trustees maintain the hall and make it available for hire. They ensure proper accounts are kept. Sue Southern handles bookings Tel: 07874 242 838.

Look After Yourself  Weekly Thursdays 10.30-12 noon. Alternating sessions of musical and seated exercise. URC Hall, 77 High Street. (Tel: Mark 07949 296 738) 

Broadway Music Makers   New members are always welcome to join the choir which meets on Wednesdays at the United Reformed Church hall from 7.30pm to 9pm. About 40 members sing in 4 part harmony, a varied programme. We give concerts locally twice a year. No auditions necessary. Subscription per half year is £10. For details call musical director Martin Dear on 01242 603553.

Broadway Natural History Society Monthly meetings on Natural History at the Methodist Church Hall - Wednesdays at 7.30pm. For more details contact Mr Derek Wakelin Tel: 01386 852747. 

Neighbours Online  Fortnightly Wed 2-4pm. Computer classes forbeginners. URC Hall, 77 High Street. (Tel: Mark 07949 296 738) 

Cotswold Pilates on Mondays at 9.15am and 10.30am at the Methodist Church Hall. Tel: Michele 07929 035 262.

Probus Club   Meets on alternate Thursday mornings at 9.45am for 10.00am start at the Willersey Village Hall. Members are retired business men and guests must be introduced by a member. There is a speaker at each meeting. 

Royal British Legion- Broadway Branch   Meetings are held in the Broadway Bowling Club on the first Thursday in the month at 8pm. New Members will always be made most welcome. Please contact the following for further information: Les Barnett01386 858849. David Folkes  MBE 01386 853599.

Savvy is a social, informal networking community for professionals living in Broadway and surrounding areas. It's a great way to meet other professionals - the events are low-key, friendly and informal.  Come along and have a chat over a glass or two at The Swan Inn, Broadway - new members are welcome. Meetings are on the 2nd Wednesday of the month, at 7.30pm. (Liz Deakin Tel:  07789 437027)

The Broadway Trust  was founded in 1963 to preserve the beauty, history and character of Broadway, and to see that it remains one of the most beautiful villages in the Cotswolds whilst continuing to be a thriving and lively community.  We welcome the participation of as many residents as possible in our activities, so that we can truly represent the community. We should be pleased to have you as a member of the Trust. To join see more details
The secretary & chairman designate is Robin Goldsmith 07826 521473.
AGM at the Lifford Hall (members only) in May.

Broadway United Football Club is a members club with 2 senior football teams and a thriving youth programme from under 8's to under 18's. New members welcome. Facilities include 2 adult pitches, a junior pitch and Changing Rooms. Clubhouse with bar, pool table & dart board. Contact:
Broadway United Football Club Website

Broadway Whist Drive Club on Tuesdays6.45-9pm
at the Communal Room, The Court, Back Lane.  Tel: Sue 01386  853650.

Broadway Wine Society  Meets in the village or outings to speakers venues contact Liz Eyre 01386 854807 or 07801816755.

Childswickham Women's Institute   Members come from Childswickham and Broadway for all sorts of events:  talks,  visits and activities which appeal to as wide a cross section of members as possible. Meet on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm at the Childswickham Memorial Hall, Atkinson St, Childswickham, Broadway, WR12 7HF. If you are thinking of joining and would like to find out more about the WI in Worcestershire contact our office:  Tel: 01905 641658 Phone Lines Open: 9.30am - 12.30pm. Monday - Thursday.

Yoga     Tel: Marion Moore 01386 853715
Mondays 2.30-4pm  Leedons Park Childswickam
Mondays 7-8.30pm  Broadway First School      
(Lygon Arms Spa Members  Thursdays 6.30-8pm  Broadway First School).  

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