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Clubs & Societies

Community Centre
youngcarers@centre33.org.uk
Fortnightly on Wednesdays, 6-7:30pm

The focus of this group is to provide a supportive environment for Young Carers to come together, have some time out from their caring responsibilities, try new activities, feel supported and meet new people. The group is sufficiently staffed to give young people the opportunity to have 1-to-1 time during group if they are having a difficult time or want to talk to an adult. Each session runs for 2 hours and activities include cooking, arts and crafts, sports and games.

Milton Community Centre & Annexe
£18 per term
Group Scout Leader: Rob Farrington, 860160 gsl@50thcambridgescouts.org
Beavers: Mon 6:15 - 7:30 Cubs: Fri 6:15 - 7:45 Scouts: Fri 7:45 - 9:15 Explorers: Fri 7:45 - 9:15

The Scout Group is a family comprising the four sections (Beavers, Cubs, Scouts and Explorer Scouts). Its aim is to promote the development of young people by providing an enjoyable and attractive scheme of progressive training guided by adult leadership. New Adult Leaders and Helpers are always welcomed. Please contact the Group Scout Leader. They also offer marquee and minibus hire.

Community Centre
£98 per term (£79 concessions)
Impington Village College Adult Education, 200411 adultlearning@impington.cambs.sch.uk
Tuesdays 9:30-11:30am

This course is suitable for beginners and those who wish to develop their skills further. You will have the opportunity to develop your painting skills focusing on elements such as composition, colour mixing and tone. Learners will also have fun exploring various drawing techniques using charcoal, pencil and graphite pencils. There will be 5 weeks of drawing followed by 5 weeks of painting. Term time only

Church Lane
Church Office, 441007 office@allsaintsmilton.org.uk Rector: The Rev. David Chamberlin, 861511
Three Sunday worship services: 8:00am Holy Communion 10:30am Morning Worship 6:30pm Evening service

Other services, mid-week groups and events as advertised. Please see website. Children's and Youth activities on Sunday and in the week for all ages 0-19 (see Children section above). Visit the website or call the Church Office for full details. Part of the Church of England, serving the parish of Milton. Everyone is welcome to worship at All Saints', which has been the focus of Christianity in the parish of Milton for nearly 1,000 years. We seek to glorify God, as we rejoice in the love of the Father and share the good news of Jesus in the power of the Holy Spirit.

All Saints' Church Hall
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01954 207612 h.lord@nhs.net
Third Monday in the month 2-3:30pm

Drop-in clinic, no appointment needed.

Community Centre
Pay & play. No membership fee.
Roy Martin, 864689
Tuesdays from 7:30-10pm

Enjoy an evening playing badminton in a friendly environment. All standards of play welcome for ages 18+.

Community Centre
£4 per class
Cheryl Carter, 01638 615772 cherylcarter2014@hotmail.co.uk
Mondays from 10-11am
Community Centre
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Six times a year.

Look for posters advertising sessions or phone 0300 123 23 23 or use their web site.

Community Centre
Annual Fee £40
Secretary: Jim Daniels, 502194 jimandjane@ntlworld.com
Monday afternoons 2pm to 4pm September to end of April Thursday evenings 7pm to 10pm September to end of April

League and social bowling

Coles Road Recreation Ground
Annual Subscription £40
Secretary: Jim Daniels secretary@mobc.org.uk
Afternoons & evenings May to September

All welcome.

All Saints' Church Hall
£25 per term
Elaine Hallworth, 441499 1stmiltonbrownies@gmail.com
Wednesdays from 6-7:30pm (term time)

For girls aged 7-10.

Community Centre Annexe
£25 per term
Helen Parker, 440870 dwphdp@sky.com
Tuesdays from 6:15-7:30pm (term time)

For girls aged 7-10.

Milton Youth Centre, The Sycamores Recreation Ground
Andy Higgins 07940243854
Every other Friday, starting from 8th Sept '17, 7-9.30pm

For ages 11-18.  An evening of fun, games, hang out and an interactive Bible Study. An opportunity to ask some of the deeper questions of life.

Community Centre
£2 to help cover the cost of the room
Marie Georghiou
First Thursday of the month 7:45 to 9:30pm

We are a group of amateur artists who dabble in painting, sculpting, drawing, knitting, mosaic-making, sewing, photography, leatherwork and a whole lot of other things. Everyone is welcome regardless of skill or ability. Come along to Milton Community Centre to meet us on the last Thursday of each month. Bring your materials if you’d like to have a play – but no need to bring anything if you just fancy a chat. Tea and biscuits will be provided.

Milton Country Park
£5 per session
cjcc@cambridgesportlakes.org.uk
Every 2nd, 4th and 5th Saturdays of the month at 1-2pm for 5 - 10 year olds, Saturday 2-3pm for 11 - 16 year olds

A club for all girls and boys who want to improve their cycling ability, whether for leisure and everyday riding or they want to progress to cycle racing.
Milton Country Park has a dedicated off-road cycle course, and club coaches are experienced and British Cycling trained.  These sessions offer a great opportunity to practice different cycling disciplines and skills and even take part in off-road races.
Road cycling sessions are held at Cambridge Regional College car park on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month from 2pm-3pm.

Milton Country Park starting at the café
Free
cambridge-juniorsoffice@parkrun.com
Sunday 10am

2k run for juniors only (4-14 year olds). Marshalled Parents can run with children or not, whichever suits them all. You can register online before your first event, you will then get a personal barcode which means you can see your time each week, this means you can race against your own pb It's for every ability, walking round is fine and not at all unusual You can take a buggy with a younger sibling if you are accompanying an older child

Milton Country Park, starting near the visitor centre.
Free
No contact
Saturdays, 9am

Timed 5k run around the Park. This event is free and open to all ages and abilities. New runners are asked to register with Parkrun before their first event. This event is organised by volunteers, "whether you are a complete novice looking to get yourself started on your own 'running journey' or a seasoned athlete wanting to use this as a part of your training schedule, you're welcome to come along and join.

Community Centre
£5 per meeting
John Parker, 07884 187236
Sunday mornings (fortnightly) from 10am-1pm

Model car racing.

Milton Country Park, from the pontoon at Todd's Pit.
mcp@miltoncountrypark.org
Various, March-Sept, please see website for details.

Milton Country Park runs a variety of canoeing opportunities with experienced BCU instructors and partner organisations.  Try a quick start paddle session, go for a journey, or book a group session for your party, club or school.

£6-12 per household per week
Clerk to Parish Council: 861447 / clerk@miltonvillage.org.uk

For the frail, elderly and disabled within the community. More information on the parish council web site

The Sycamores Recreation Ground
Club membership is £15 per year for senior players, Match fees are £10/game
Stephen Denman, 07920 422808 cricketclubmilton@gmail.com
Tuesdays and Thursdays training in Summer, for winter details see website. Matches Every Saturday and some other days.

Milton CC run 3 senior teams and some colts teams. Facilities include 3 artificial pitch nets, a bowling machine, access to several qualified coaches, and 10 senior pitch square allowing for colts and adults alike.. The club also have the use of the pavilion building on The Sycamores which includes four changing rooms with showers, kitchen facilities and entertaining areas. Milton CC are always welcoming new and old players alike - just contact us or come down to a net session.

Community Centre
Cost of hall & refreshments split between participants
Andy Gray, 01223 862763 mcc@miltonvillage.org.uk
Tuesdays from 10am-11:30am (not in summer)

Flower arranging and other crafts. Bring your own craft or just come for the company and coffee!

Milton Allotments
Theresa foodshareuk@yahoo.com

Run by volunteers on a rota system from April to October each year. We ask plot holders to put excess fruit and vegetables in the 'Foodshare' bin then a volunteer takes it to the East Anglia Children's Hospice. If you would like more information or to go on the rota, please email me at foodshareuk@yahoo.com

Milton Primary School (Rangers and U7s)
The Sycamores Recreation Ground
Coles Road Recreation Ground
North Lodge Park
Signing on and individual match fees are reviewed annually
Club Chairman: Andy White 07962 176450 miltoncolts@gmail.com Club Secretary: Birgit Meldal 07903 017359 birgitmeldal@gmail.com

Teams ranging from U7 to U17 plus Milton Rangers, aged 4-6 yrs. U7-U11 play in Cambridgeshire Mini Soccer League. U12-U17 play in Cambridge and District Colts League. Girls teams play in Cambridge FA Woman and Girls League.

The Sycamores Recreation Ground, Milton, CB24 6ZH
Annual subscription £20. Game fees currently £5 (all).
Club Secretary: Fraser Confrey, mobile: 07763 351490 email: fconfrey@waitrose.com OR Chairman: Ray Daniels mobile: 07990 602944 email: raymonddaniels111@btinternet.com

Runs 7 adult teams i.e. 4 mens teams in Kershaw and NMC Leagues (matches Saturday pm), a Sunday Men’s team (matches am), a Sunday Men’s Veterans 35+ team (matches am) and a Sunday Ladies’ team (matches pm). New players (all standards) welcome.

North Lodge Pavilion
£98 per term (£79 concessions)
Impington Village College Adult Education, 200411 adultlearning@impington.cambs.sch.uk
Wednesday 9:30-11:30am

This course is aimed at students with a good knowledge of French. When in a French speaking country can you do everyday tasks like buying your food, booking a room in a hotel, travelling by public transport. Would you like to be able to have a conversation with the natives, understand the French radio, read the newspaper and improve your French then this course is for you. If you would like to see if this level is right for you, please contact the Office and we will put you in touch with the tutor.

Community Centre
£98 / £79 concession
adultlearning@impington.cambs.sch.uk
Thursdays 9.30-11.30am

This course is suitable for fluent speakers. We are discussing all sort of themes, improving our vocabulary, grammar and understanding of the French speaking world.

A partir d'extraits litt&ecaute;raires, nous discutons les structures grammaticales, le vocabulaire, la culture.  Nous parlons aussi de la vie de chacun.  Nous lisons un recueil de nouvelles françaises.

If you would like to see if this level is right for you please contact the Office and we will put you in touch with the tutor.

The sessions can take place at the most convenient time and place for you.
Amelie Chappaz, 07792 974035 ameliefalc@gmail.com

I live in Milton, I am a native French speaker and a fully qualified French teacher. I am really passionate about the French language and even more so about sharing it and inspiring others to enjoy it too. I teach children, young people and adults, as well as bilingual children and families. I also run in-company language sessions for professionals. I understand that everybody has different goals and a different way of learning a language so 1-2-1 or small group lessons are really ideal for this.

Community Centre
Georgina Morley, 07834 227081 sweetmummygeorgie@live.co.uk
Wednesdays 8-9pm

Aerobic exercise suitable for all levels of fitness plus some optional mats and weights work.

Barnabas Court
£4 per week (includes two course meal)
Barbara Brown barbara.brown456@yahoo.co.uk
Fridays from 10:30am-2:45pm

Day centre for frail and/or elderly in the village. Transport provided and cooked lunch. Outings, entertainment, companionship.

All Saints Church Hall
£30 per term
Suzanne McBride milton1st1@yahoo.co.uk / milton2nd@yahoo.co.uk
Mondays (1st Milton) or Thursdays (2nd Milton) 7-8:30pm (term time)

New members (and helpers) welcome - whether you've been involved with Guiding before or not! We run two Guide units for girls aged ten and over: one group meet on Mondays and the other on Thursdays but all the girls get to take part in a range of interesting and challenging activities including crafts, cooking, camping - from a programme they help to design. They work together in patrols, to learn teamwork and make new friends. Guides offers girls the opportunity to join in with weekend and holiday activities including a Guides only pop concert (the Big Gig), annual water-sports weekend, hikes and sleepovers. There are opportunities to work towards awards including the Duke of Edinburgh Award, and sometimes to join groups on international trips. Older girls can move to Seniors, and/or remain in Guiding as young leaders. Extra adult leaders are very welcome, either as regular helpers or more occasionally to help with specific events. No experience is necessary as training can be provided.

Community Centre (Thu) Community Centre Annexe (Sat)
£3.80 for one class, £7 for two.
Helene Taylor-Todd, 07778 778187 helenetaylortodd@gmail.com
Thursdays 4-7:30pm Saturdays 10am-1pm

Term time only. Ages 2-16 years. Ballet, tap, disco/jazz & gymnastic dance. IDTA exams, shows, festivals. Qualified teacher.

Thursdays Milton Community Centre
4pm Preparatory Ballet
4.30 Grade 1 Tap
5pm Grades 1 Ballet
5.30 Junior Gymnastic Dance
6pm Grade 2 Ballet

Saturdays Milton Community Centre Annexe
10am Preparatory Ballet
10.30 Grade 1 Ballet
11am Grade 2 Ballet
11.30 Senior Ballet
12am Gymnastic Dance

Community Centre
Free to try and then £5 per session
Rob Smith and Kaira Mezulis, 07505 368768 hungkuencambridge@gmail.com
Tuesdays 5:30-7pm

All ages from 12+, complete beginners are welcome. Building confidence, learning self-defence, and improving focus in a fun, friendly environment. More infoformation can be found on our web site or check out our Facebook page www.facebook.com/HungKuenCambridge

Community Centre
Adults £3.50, Juniors £2.50, Families £4.50
J G Keerie, 01954 230075 johng.keerie@ntlworld.com
Wednesdays from 6:30-8pm

Ages 7 to adult. Male and female members. Guests welcome.

Community Centre Annexe
Manager: Diana Robson, 07587 178757 dianarobson@live.com

Provides termtime breakfast club, quality playcare after school and in the holidays for children/young people aged 4-12 years.

Community Centre
£55 per month per subject, or £100 per month if studying both English and maths, payable in advance on a calander monthly basis.
Sue Minto, 264158 cambridgenorth@kumoncentre.co.uk
Wednesdays & Fridays from 4-6pm

After school maths and English club. Individual programme.

High Street, Landbeach (Milton end)
Maureen Clark, 01954 250118 maureenmclark0511@gmail.com
Sunday10:30am Family Service
6pm Evening worship (4th Sunday in month in Girton @ 6.30pm)
TuesdayFilm Club, 1st Tuesday in the month, 2pm.
Line Dancing, 6:30pm
Wednesday Wednesday Club, fortnightly, 2:30pm
Craft Club, 6:30pm
ThursdaySing to Remember, 11am

All are welcome to this small but friendly fellowship. We are hoping to restart a Bible Study group. If anyone is interested please let Maureen know. For this and any other information please contact on 01954 250118.

Milton Primary School
First session is free of charge.
Sarah Parker, 07903 210495 sarahannepeters@hotmail.co.uk
Every Wednesday during term time: 3:30-4:15 - Pop Jazz for Reception & Year 1 4:15-5:00 - Street & commercial Jazz for Years 4-6 5:00-5:30 - Musical Theatre for years 2-6 5:30-6:15 - Street & Modern Jazz for years 2&3 6:15-7:00 - Intermediate Jazz for years 6 and up

Fun classes involving solo, pairs and teamwork. The emphasis is placed on fun within classes, and the children will learn all the latest dance routines to chart topping hits. The children are given the opportunity to take exams and participate in displays.

Community Centre
Sarah Parker, 07903 210495 sarahannepeters@hotmail.co.uk
Every Wednesday 2-2:40pm

A fun introduction to dance for children roughly 20 months and up, through fun games and exercises, using props such as wands, scarves, teddy bears and much more! Please email or call for a free trial session.

All Saints' Church Hall
£1.50 per family
Christian Osborne, 441007 office@allsaintsmilton.org.uk
Mondays and Fridays from 10:00-11:45am

For children aged 0 to 4 years with their parent/grandparent/childminder A wide range of toys are available. Free play, craft activities, refreshments, songs. Nappy-changing and bottle-warming facilities. Comfy chairs and quiet spaces for nursing mums.

Community Centre
Amber Brammah, 07979 385713 info@lovefittraining.co.uk
Wednesdays 12-1

This is a mums and babies class, which focuses on core and pelvic floor restoration in the early postpartum period. The class is suitable as soon as you’ve had your 6-8 week GP check (10 weeks if you've had a c-section). We aim to build a strong foundation, before reintroducing you to more intense exercise. A great way to regain body confidence and function, as well as meeting other local mums.

Community Centre
Amber Brammah, 07979 385713 info@lovefittraining.co.uk
Tuesdays, 7-8:30pm

This group fitness class is much more than just an exercise class.  We will bust many pregnancy exercise myths, helping you to prepare mentally and physically for birth, motherhood and beyond. The class focuses on safe and effective exercise, relaxation techniques, birth education, introducing you to other mums / mums-to-be, as well as aiming to keep your pregnancy as healthy and happy as possible. Suitable for second and third trimester

All Saints' Church Hall
£3, plus 50p for transport if required
All Saints' Church Office, 441007 office@allsaintsmilton.org.uk
Thursdays from 12:30-2pm (in term time)

A two-course meal served to elderly residents of Milton who live alone on Thursday lunchtime in All Saints' Church Hall. Transport available. If you or someone you know would enjoy this please contact the church office.

All Saints' Church
Free of charge but donations welcome to cover costs
Christian Osborne, 441007 children@allsaintsmilton.org.uk
Sunday afternoons once per term as advertised on church website and also on Good Friday at 10am and a Saturday afternoon during December.

Fun and celebration for all the family. Usually 3:30-4:30pm games and crafts, 4:30-5pm celebration with songs and Bible story, 5-5:30pm tea

Community Centre
Michael Anderson, 07828 955251 micjanderson@aol.com
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5pm to 6:30pm

Guitar lessons

Lynda Molloy, 862093 lyndapetels@hotmail.com

All people who look after another person's child, who are not a close relative, for more than two hours in any one day, must be registered with Ofsted. This involves practical training, first aid and a CRB check. There are 12 registered child minders in Milton at present. Most of them know each other, and meet regularly either at each others homes, Toddlers, or school times. The group also has meetings throughout the year at which we discuss ideas, outings, problems etc.

Milton Community Centre Lounge
Sue Nunn & Chris Thomas, 440024 chris@miltoncontact.com
Every fourth Tuesday of the month

The Community Cafe provides beverages, cakes and biscuits on a first come, first served basis. There is conversation, board games and a craft table. Small charge to cover costs of room hire and consumables. Run by volunteers, we welcome all in Milton.

Community Centre Lounge
Chris Thomas, 440024, chris@miltoncontact.com
Every first Tuesday of the month, except August, 7.30-9.30pm

A varied program of relaxed talks, interviews, presentation and conversation on the past and present history of Milton and the people in it. Small charge to cover Hall hire, beverages and invited speakers Run by volunteers, we welcome all in Milton.

Bowls Pavilion, Coles Road
Clerk to Parish Council: 861447 clerk@miltonvillage.org.uk
First Monday in month 7:30pm Third Monday Planning Committee 7:30pm

Members of the public are welcome to sit in at any meeting. Please do come along and see what your elected councillors get up to!

Secretary: Andy Gray, 862763 mcc@miltonvillage.org.uk

Provides funds for those in need, and for village projects.

All Saints' Church Hall
£2/meeting
info@miltonphotographicclub.org.uk
Normally 3rd Wednesday of every month at 7:45pm

Talks, demonstrations, hands-on sessions, trips out, etc. Aims to be friendly and caters for all levels and types of photographer, in Milton and the surrounding area. Members' interests are varied, and there is a good deal of expertise in various areas of photography represented. Finishes by 9.45, when there is an open invitation to continue discussions in the pub! Everyone is welcome, do just turn up on the night. Minimum age of 16.

Milton Surgery
admin.miltonsurgery@nhs.net
7pm, on the third Tuesday of every other month

The group meets to discuss health in the community and to support the Surgery.

Free
Cambridgeshire County Council Ally.Clarke@cambridgeshire.gov.uk
Route C12 - 2nd Friday of every month C12-1 - Post Office – 9:45-10:45am C12-2 - The Rowans – 10:50-11:15am Route C26 - 4th Friday of every month C26-7 – Post Office – 2:25-3:25pm C26-8 – Community Centre - 3:30-4:30pm

All ages welcome - videos, large print books, talking books, children's cassettes.

All Saints' Church Hall
£17 per year
Jackie Metcalfe, 564361 jacques0701@gmail.com
Monthly

Meetings are usually held on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 7:30 pm - details are posted on All Saints' Church website. The programme is varied and includes invited speakers, money raising events, prayer and worship and social gatherings. Membership is open to all who want to support family life in all its forms. For more information please contact jacques0701@gmail.com

Community Centre
Charles Cavey, 07786 101335 mynameischarles@hotmail.com
Wednesdays, 10am to 11am

Live entertainment for preschoolers. Bubble popping, parachute swimming, singing, dancing and serious play all to live guitar!

Community Centre
£4 per child (siblings under 18 months are free)
Lindsey Lord, 07734 923371 hello@muckypupscambridge.co.uk
Thursdays, 10:30-11:30am

A fun, creative and unusual group to enjoy with your little people. Our regular activities include painting, collage, playdough, biscuit decorating, sensory trays, messy trays, small world play and more!

Netball Courts, Milton Community Centre, Coles Road (Recreation Ground)
Rachel Wells, 07709 790412 Sam Smith, 07927 323252 miltonnetballclub@yahoo.co.uk
Tuesdays 7:30-9pm
High Street
John Laverty johnlaverty@msn.com
Sunday 10:30am Wednesdays 8pm Sunday school (6-14) 11:30am Sundays

All welcome.

Your home
Lisa Pope, 07889 543961
Weekdays after 6pm and occasional extra sessions on weekends if required.

I live in Milton and have been teaching part time for over four years. I have a first degree in Physics and Biochemistry and a PhD in Biophysics. I am happy to teach Maths or Physics to Key Stage 3, GCSE or A-level students. Please get in touch for further information.

Milton Country Park
£5 per session
Cambridge Sports Lakes Trust
Seasonal depending on water temperatures, usually April-September. Sessions run on Friday evenings 6pm to 7.30pm and Saturday 7:30am to 9am (no entry after 8:30am)

An opportunity to fine tune your open water swimming technique before your next Triathlon or swimming event. The session includes a safety boat on the lake at all times. All we ask is that you can swim 400m freestyle without rest and be able to tread water easily. Why not cycle to the park, swim in the lake and then take advantage of Parkrun being here too and compete in your own mini triathlon every Saturday?

Milton Country Park
Sarah Harris orchard@miltoncountrypark.org
Usually the 1st Sunday of the month 11am but can vary.

A group of volunteers formed in 2014 with the aim of restoring and maintaining the orchard at Milton Country Park (originally planted in 2008). Work parties vary and can include weeding, tree planting, establishing wild flower areas, fencing and pruning workshops, creating bird feeding areas and even bee keeping. Sign up to the newsletter on the web page for more information on upcoming events: http://www.miltoncountrypark.org/orchard.html

Milton Country Park, from the pontoon at Todd's Pit.
mcp@cambridgesportlakes.org.uk
Saturdays and various, March-Sept, please see website for details.

Milton Country Park is an accredited school with the British Stand Up Paddle Association (BSUPA) and offers plenty of opportunities to experience SUP with our experienced instructors, including taster sessions, a full half day course, parties and club sessions.  Minimum height 1.3m.

All Saints' Church Hall
Free
Christian Osborne and Sue Nunn children@allsaintsmilton.org.uk
Wednesday 2:00-4:00pm

A social group for parents of children under a year (or not yet walking). Make friends, chat and enjoy refreshments whilst your baby feeds/sleeps/plays. We have plenty of baby toys, a nappy-changing area and bottle/food-warming facilities.

Milton Community Centre & Milton Primary School
Vary per term/class
Liz Dolman, 01353 749611 or 07768 155278 liz.dolman@lovepilates.co.uk
MCC Mon 9:30-10:30am (mixed ability mat class); MCC Mon 10:30-11:30am (mixed ability mat class); MPS Tue 6:30pm (mixed ability mat class); MPS Tue 7.30pm (mixed ability mat class)

Improves core strength, flexibility and posture. Trained by Pilates Institute, London and Future Fit

Community Centre
£36 for a 6 week block booking
Joanna Simcock, 07974 653775 josimcock@newbodypilates.co.uk
Saturdays 10-11am (intermediate) Saturdays 11:15am-12:15pm (beginners)

Pilates improves core strength, balance and flexibility, and helps a range of conditions.

None
Adrian Bushen, 07814 259762, adrianbushen@gmail.com
Monthly, on Mondays

Monthly meeting to read favourite poetry to each other. No special knowledge required - just an enthusiasm for poetry and a wish to share it with others.

All Saints' church hall
No charge
Christian Osborne, 441007 office@allsaintsmilton.org.uk
Wednesdays 9:30-10:30am during school terms

Refreshments, free play, songs, story and simple craft for under 5s with parents or carers.

All Saints' Church Hall
£1 per session
Kathy English, email kmenglish55@msn.com, tel: 440781
2nd Friday in month 7:30-10:30pm

For players from novice to expert.

Community Centre
£4.95 per week; prepayment for 5 weeks get one week free or 10 weeks and get two weeks free; over 60s pay £4.65 per week
Jill Shaw, 07902 925564 todas50@hotmail.com
Wednesdays at 6pm

Come and join a small and friendly group who will support, encourage and help you on your your weight loss journey. Adults (male and female) and children from 11 years. Healthy eating plan to suit everyone, including vegetarians. Children (ages 11-15) are free if parent is a member.

All Saints' Church Hall
£1
Susan Nunn, 861747
2nd Monday in the month, 2-4pm

For all ages. Cross stitch, knitting, lace making, any other craft etc.

The Rowans, Milton
Susan Bolt, 710650 / 07759 635688, sue.bolt@hotmail.co.uk
Weekdays only

Private tuition for children and adults at my home - please note I do not travel. If your child has lessons at school, but you feel they would benefit from one or two lessons over the long school holidays, do not hesitate to contact me.

Milton Primary School
£5 per class, paid half-termly in advance
Bruce Lapthorn 5th Dan, Bruce@tkd72.plus.com, 01354 693554
Tues 3.30-4.30pm in term time

For primary school age children. Traditional Ch’ang Hon Style Tae Kwon-Do All Instructors are Enhanced CRB checked, First Aid trained, Insured and have attended a Sports Coach UK - Safeguarding & Protecting Children course. British Liberated Taekwondo Schools Alliance (B.L.T.S.A.)

Milton Community Centre
Gabriella Gentle, gabriella.gentle@hotmail.co.uk
Thursdays, 4:15-5:15pm

From 4 years upwards, all ages welcome. First lesson is free!

Tennis Courts - Coles Road Recreation Ground
Family £80, Adult £40, Junior £20, Corporate £160
Barrie Crick (Chairman), 862205 Sue Griffin (Secretary), 861027 seg37@cam.ac.uk Jeff Beckett (Treasurer), 441270 Jeff.Beckett@mundipharma.co.uk
Wednesday and Friday evenings from 6pm (in season)

A well established and friendly club. New members are always welcome. The club calendar is updated on a regular basis. See also the club's Facebook page.

Milton Primary School Site, Humphries Way
See web site
milton.cygnets@gmail.com
Daily in term time

We are a charity-run pre-school based at the primary school site in Humphries Way and have been established for over 20 years. We aim to provide a friendly and secure environment in which all children can learn, thrive and develop friendships through play. We want all our children to be happy and fulfil their potential. We also offer children and their parents and carers a setting which promotes equality and values diversity.

Free
Milton Parish Clerk, 861447 clerk@miltonvillage.org.uk
Fortnightly on Mondays

Fortnightly minibus service to Tesco for anyone who is elderly and infirm and without transport. The minibus runs on a Monday morning every other week and residents have approximately an hour at Tesco before their return journey. This is not only a useful service for residents but is also a social event for many. If you would like to access this service please let us know by calling the Parish Office on 01223 861447 or email: clerk@miltonvillage.org.uk.

Community Centre
Annual membership for insurance & class fees collected termly.
Kim Marchant, 07931 192296, cambridgetumbletots@outlook.com
Tuesday mornings in three age groups: walking-2 years, 2-3 years, 3 years-school age Friday mornings in three age groups: 6 months-walking, walking-2 years, 2-3 years Saturday mornings in two age groups: 2-3 years, 3 years-school age Also Gymbobs on Saturdays only: school age to 7 years

Climbing, balancing, jumping, rolling, sliding, throwing, catching. Action songs and rhymes. Qualified staff and specially designed equipment.

Coles Road Recreation Ground
Andy Gray, 862763 mcc@miltonvillage.org.uk
Annually

Volunteers are required to form a committee to organise the Village Fayre. For further information, please contact Andy Gray.

Delivered free by volunteers to all Milton residents
Mary-Ann Johnson, mvv@milton.org.uk General enquiries: 441438
Published five times per year - see website for submission dates.

In circulation since 1991. Delivered for free to every house in Milton. To submit articles, news items or events relating to Milton, please email Mary-Ann Johnson at mvv@milton.org.uk.

All Saints' Church Hall
Annual membership fee; visitors are welcome to attend up to three monthly meetings at no charge and with no obligation to join.
Gill Offley (President) 293231 Bridget Crow (Secretary), 441755 offley.g@gmail.com
3rd Tuesday in month at 7:30pm

Interesting speakers on crafts, travel, general topics. Social events.

Community Centre
£2.50 per Drive inc raffle & refreshments.
Ray Daniels, 863425
4th Tuesday in month (except August) 3rd Tuesday in December 7pm start

Fun & friendly, non competitive.

Community Centre
James Sinclair, 07860 276923 info@ukwingchun.com
Mondays, 8pm to 10pm

Contact James for more details.

Community Centre
Emma, 07851 994196 enquiries@wriggletots.co.uk
Thursdays in term time, 10-10:45am

0-4 years music and movement group

Community Centre
First two weeks of training sessions free, then £25 one-off membership fee Thereafter monthly subscriptions of: (A team) £35 (non-students) or £25 (students) (B team) £30 (non-students) or £20 (students)
David Mallabone contact@xslatin.org
(A Team) Mondays from 7:50 - 9:50pm & Wednesdays from 8:20-10:20pm (B Team) Thursdays from 8-10pm

Adult Latin American Formation Team, current UK champions. Catering for all levels of latin dancer from beginners to Championship level dancers. Also offer demonstrations.

Community Centre Annexe
£24 per month (£14 concessions)
Harmony Hiew, 845069 yizhongtaiji@gmail.com
Tuesdays 7:40-9:10pm

Suitable for all ages. Improves and maintains health and reduces stress.

Community Centre
£8.50 per class, payable a term in advance, though you are welcome to come for a taster session for £8.50.
Nadia, 07837 888804 nadia@anandabliss.co.uk
Mondays, 7:30-8:45pm

This is an open level Yoga class suitable for all. The flowing sequences will both rejuvenate yet relax your body and your mind.

Milton Country Park
£5 per person, carer free
Milton Country Park, Tel: 01223 420060, Email: ycbt@cambridgesportlakes.org.uk
Sundays 11-1 Family Cycling Session

We have all ability cycling sessions for people with and without disabilities in Milton Country Park. We also offer birthday parties for ages 6-12.

Various
Most of our youth activities are free of charge except for trips where admission/food costs are applicable.
Sarah Bates, 441007 office@allsaintsmilton.org.uk
Every Sunday evening 6.30-8.00pm during term-time (see website for dates) plus other activities and trips.

Providing safe, inclusive environments for social activities and opportunities to explore the Christian faith.

Milton Youth Centre, The Sycamores
Free
Leader: Jasmin Adams
Contact: clerk@miltonvillage.org.uk (tel: 861447) or hazel.smith@miltonvillage.org.uk
Tuesdays 6:30-8pm

Ages 11-19, open to all. Activities include sports, arts and crafts, Xbox games and cooking.