Holy Trinity with St Columba, Fareham

Groups & Clubs - Adults

Groups and Clubs - Adults

For specific dates please see our online calendar for Holy Trinity and St Columba groups and clubs. 

Friendship Group brings the over-60s together to enjoy refreshments, chatting & listening, sharing ideas & memories, and participating in activities & outings.

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A friendly group which practices for church services. This is usually the 2nd and last Thursday of the month.  Please check the main calendar for accurate dates.

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Mothers' Union

Part of an international Anglican movement, meeting for fellowship and interesting talks.

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Shared activities for anyone on their own, offering fellowship and tea & biscuits.

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The Women's Institute

Fareham Town Women’s Institute Monthly gathers with speaker/demonstration and WI local & national business (not August). In intervening weeks, small groups meet for walks, lunches, book clubs etc.

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Members enjoy talks/demonstrations, or visit gardens and other places of horticultural interest.  They don’t meet up in December or January.

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Diabeties UK

The Fareham and Gosport Diabetes group provide help and support to people living with diabetes.  Meetings are held with professional speakers. 

 

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A local art group encouraging artists of all levels to enjoy a varied programme of activities.  It includes  painting sessions, demonstrations, competitions and an exhibition. All levels of artists are welcome.  

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Discover the freedom of losing weight your way – and the freedom to live the life you’ve longed for! A world of weight loss without dieting.

 

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The Reading Group meet for a friendly discussion about books chosen by members.  Feel free to pop along or you can make contact prior to attending.

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Every Friday there is a Coffee Morning event held at St Columba Church Hall.  Anyone is welcome to come along.  A nice opportunity to meet and talk with other people.

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Open Sight provides a lifetime of support across Hampshire to those with, or at risk of, sight loss.  Everyone is welcome.  

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