The Tai Chi exercise group meets in Cherry Willingham Church Hall on the High Street every Tuesday morning.  It is open to all Cherry Willingham residents...

Witham Valley Access Group

Contact: Helen McCowan (Secretary) 01522 807875 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Who are we?

We are a group of residents from Cherry Willingham, Fiskerton and Reepham.

What do we want to do?

  • Promote safe walking, cycling and horse riding in the area and improve the public footpath/bridleway network around local villages, including links to the South of the River Witham.
  • Encourage exercise by providing local residents with circular walks and enhancing existing networks.
  • Connect communities.

What are our current objectives?

  • Establish a bridleway to give access to the River Witham. We will be applying for grants and fundraising for a bridge once the land has been purchased.
  • Provide safe footpaths to Greetwell and Fiskerton alongside Fiskerton Rd.
  • Connect Green Lane to Hawthorn Road.

When do we meet?

  • We meet once a month, usually on a Monday or Tuesday evening,in the Cherry Tree Pub or the Millennium Hall, Cherry Willingham.
  • Anyone is welcome to our meetings, to offer their experience of walking, cycling or horse riding on Publics Rights of Way in this area.

What can we offer?

  • We have leaflets to offer showing routes and maps of local walks and cycle rides in this area to be undertaken on a self-led basis.
  • Leaflets are handed out at local events, but can be emailed if requested.
  • Eventually we hope to have the facilities to download them.

Do we need Volunteers?

Yes, for the Village Gala and any other local events such as the Heritage Society Day to:

  • Talk to residents about the existing Rights of Way and what our aims are.
  • Hand out leaflets for walking and cycling routes which they can undertake at their leisu re.
  • Help with "Welly-wanging" or similar as part of the Gala.

Reepham & District Tennis Club

Social tennis for health and enjoyment with coaching for juniors

Contacts: Val Staples 01522 750303 and Kerry Scott 01522 750060

We have two floodlit courts located behind the Village Hall on Hawthorn Road. These are available to members and guests. Adult club nights are Tuesdays and Thursdays

We are a membership organisation with an annual subscription

We have successfully built up coaching for young people especially from Easter onwards. We employ an LTA qualified coach on Saturday mornings. More information from Kelly Scott.

Cherry Willingham Bowls Club

Contact: Ken Shackleton 01522 751132

We provide outdoor bowling for all ages on our green located at the top end of the Laburnum Drive Playing Fields.

Membership is open to all and there is a membership fee

Cherry Willingham Gardening Club

Sharing a passion for gardening

Our activities include listening to speakers, making visits and sharing information and news about gardening

Contact: Revd Terry Nowell 01522 754254 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Visitors and members are welcome to all activities alike

Informal gardening advice is always available at the club and from individual members

New members are always welcome - come and share your experience and knowledge with us

Cherry Wives Group

Contact: Anne Parker 01522 856588 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Social group for women of all ages with a monthly programme of speakers and visits.

Fund raising for an allocated charity agreed each year.

Membership group but open to visitors and new members.

Meetings are held in the Church Hall on the first Wednesday of each month at 7.30.

Annual sub £6.00 plus £1.00 per meeting to cover tea/coffee. (Non members £2.00 per meeting)

St Peter & St Paul’s Church Mothers Union

Anne Parker 01 522 856 588     email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

International Christian charity that supports families worldwide and promotes marriage and family life especially through times of adversity. (Members do not have to be mothers or exclusively female.)

Locally the group meets monthly with a programme of speakers and visits. Members support St Benedict’s Centre in Lincoln providing refreshments on a regular basis and also support local Church events.

Membership group but open to visitors and new members.

Local - Lincoln Diocese Mothers Union. www.lincolnmothersunion.com

National – Mothers Union, Mary Sumner House, Tufton Street, London. www.mothersunion.org

Cherry Willingham Children’s Centre

Parents R Us (Constituted parent led group, organising activities and events for parents, carers and their children)


Marie Hand
Business support
Cherry Willingham Children’s Centre
Lime Grove
Cherry Willingham LN34DD

Tel: 01 522 595 980

The Cherry Willingham Children’s Centre provide free fun safe play sessions for children and their parents, parents to be and carers. We aim to provide a stimulating learning experience for children aged 0-5. Giving them the opportunity to make friends, socialise, and learn from other children. We value parent’s comments and like to shape our services around there needs and desires. We provide training for parents to enable them to improve their economic wellbeing.

The Parents r us group have 4 committee members at the present time. The centre is open to children parents carers and expectant parents.

Lots of toys, craft activities and materials, messy and sensory play. Active sessions, singing, learning and fun. Outdoor play area and ride on toys.
Visits by arrangement, toddler groups, pre-schools, nurseries and child-minders’ welcome.

www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/parents/.../family-information-service

www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/parents/childrens-centres/welton-cherry-willingham/cherry-willingham-cc/

http://childrenslinks.org.uk/

Clear DBS check, a willingness to play with children, talk to parents. Help tidy up, 2 references

Vicky Cooper

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Cherry Willingham Heritage Society

Motto:   “Residents researching & recording village history” 

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The Society is currently dormant but if you are interested in joining a committee to get to going again then contact: Anne Welburn email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

We are always looking for volunteers (Volunteering opportunities) who are interested in doing this for a particular aspect of the village’s past.

Website: http://community.lincolnshire.gov.uk/cherrywillinghamheritage

The aims of the Cherry Willingham Heritage Society
  1. To investigate, study, conserve, publicise and enhance the historical and archaeological heritage of the parish of Cherry Willingham, Lincolnshire for the benefit of the local community and the wider public interest.
  2. To encourage the participation of all members of the local community, including children and young people, in understanding and enjoying the heritage of the village and district.
  3. To develop the knowledge and skills of members for investigation, analysis and recording of heritage and archaeological studies.
  4. To develop relationships with appropriate national and local heritage organisations.
  5. To support County, District and Parish Councils in the management, maintenance and preservation of public heritage sites located within the village.

We hold periodic open meetings usually with an invited expert speaker and special events/trips. Individual members undertake research into specific aspects of the villages history and heritage. We produce a periodic newsletter and maintain a web-site. We work with young people through the village schools.

We are members of the British Association for Local History (http://www.balh.co.uk) and have links with the Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology (http://www.slha.org.uk) and Heritage Lincolnshire (http://lincsheritage.org/)