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New for 2011, the Iwade allotments are located at the back of Elm Tree Avenue Iwade and are run by Iwade Allotment Association.
If you would like further information or to put your name on the waiting list contact the Iwade Allotment Association using the details below.T: 01795 473116
Now at Iwade Village Hall, Little Stars Performing Arts run unisex Ballet, Tap and Modern classes on Fridays for age 3-6 years from 3.50pm to 4.40pm and unisex Ballet, Tap and Modern classes for age 7-12 years from 4.40pm to 5.40pm.
Click on the website link to book a class or a course of 6 classes or get in touch with Little Stars to find out more.T: 07572 600985
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If you want to lose weight, tone up or get fit then Iwade Boot Camp meet every Wednesday 6.15pm on the park area green of Stangate Drive
A really friendly bunch and all standards of fitness welcome! Only £2 a session.
For more details, contact Adi on 07540 418 447.
Every Tuesday morning 10am to 12 midday at The Mews Brewhouse Iwade. Bring your craft project or just come along for a chat. All welcome.
Whilst Iwade does not have its own cricket club Bobbing Court and Lower Halstow Cricket Club is just up the road and used to be called Lower Halstow and Iwade Cricket Club (see there is a link!)
For more information contact Terry Jones or Peter Aylott using the contact details below.T: 01795 842948
T: 01795 842138
Crochet and Natter is every Friday morning from 9.30am to 11.30am at All Saints Church Iwade. Bring your knitting, crochet or sewing or just bring yourself and come for a natter. No charge, all welcome.
For more information contact Maria on 07933 797880
Elite Dance Company run Gymnastics, Dance and Musical Theatre classes at Iwade School on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday mornings.including Acro Dance!
Get in touch with Elite by email at elite email@example.com to find out more and book a place.
Michelles School of Dancing has been in Iwade for years and now runs classes at Iwade Village Hall on a Thursday afternoon and evening.
Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Stage And Show work, get in touch with Michelle to book a place or find out more.T: 01634 865 528
T: 07957 350 205
The Woolpack is home to Mixed, Ladies and Mens Darts teams who play on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays. To find out more talk to Mark Burgess at the Woolpack.
Click here for the Kent Association of the Blind Darts League.
Click here for the Sittingbourne and District Ladies Darts League (Wednesday Ladies).
Millen Water Fly Fishery is a syndicate fishery for Fly Fishing which members stock and manage. The water is private with no access for day tickets however members can invite guests.
The fish are predominantly Rainbow Trout with a small number of Brown Trout, Blue Trout and Tiger Trout, a resident population of Rudd and a haven for wildlife, a large population of frogs, the occasi
Insect life is prolific from gnats to dragonflies, which is good for the fishing.
Contact Gordon Dickson using the contact details below for more information:T: 01634 684 465
The Rook Golf Society golfers can mainly be found in the Woolpack so if you are interested in joining then Peter Bruce is your man. Otherwise ask for Mark Burgess behind the bar.
Nyumon Karate Do is on at Iwade Community Primary School on Wednesdays. For more information contact Amanda Thompson on:T: 07709 632879
As from September, Kingsquad will be held every Tuesday evening from 5.00pm to 6.15pm in the Village Hall, for children school years 2-6.
Kingsquad is a Christian club resourced by The Family Trust and run in association with All Saint’s Parish Church Iwade.
If your child would like to attend Iwade Kingsquad, starting on Tuesday 20th September, please complete the tear off slip and bring to the first Kingsquad session.T: 01795 470418
T: 07905 040 119
Iwade Parent and Toddler Group is a good honest playgroup to entertain your preschool children from 9am to 11am on Tuesday mornings in termtime at Iwade Village Hall.
Parent and Toddler is run by volunteer parents and is a great place to meet other parents and carers while the children play.
£2 for first child and 50p for each additional child. Price includes tea and coffee, squash and a biscuit for the children and a craft activity.E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rainbows is for girls aged 5 to 7 years and is on Mondays at Iwade Village Hall term-time.
As at 18th September 2013 there was one space so why not contact Rainbows today if you have a little girl who would like to go along.T: 01795 422810
W: Rainbows website (girlguiding.org)
Every Wednesday at Mews Brewhouse Iwade Village Centre, why not take your baby or toddler to Rhymetime from 10.30am to 11am.
Free entry but you can obviously the lovely refreshments Mews has to offer!
Mews advise getting there from 10 as it is very popular!
Sittingbourne Speedway Club is based at The Old Gun Site, Raspberry Hill Lane Iwade.
Iwade operates two training tracks. The main track is for full 500cc machines while the training track is for riders of all ages on machines up to 200cc.
The Club's main objective is to provide speedway training and practice for members. Many who started out at Iwade have gone on to become established riders in British Speedway, including two world champions!T: 07474 057766
The Iwade arm of Kent Healthwalks meets outside Iwade Pharmacy on a Thursday morning 10.30am for 10.45am start to walk 3 to 4 miles across the fields (if it's not muddy and wet).
Free of charge and no commitment.
Note that stiles have now been replaced with kissing gates thanks to Kent Highways.T: 07986 840467
W: East Kent HealthWalks website
Iwade W.I. is a very active group which encourages new members. The monthly meeting is every third Wednesday of the month but there is much more on offer apart from that.
If you are interested in joining contact Christine Freshwater (Membership Secretary) on:T: 01795 410321
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Knit and Natter group at The Mews Brewhouse Iwade. Learn, share and knit or crochet from 10am to 12 midday every Monday morning (except bank holidays).
Bring along your current project, get inspiration, learn something new or meet new people and have a good chat over a slice of cake and coffee!....................
For children aged between 9 and 12, £1 a session, Iwade Youth Group which starts on Friday 14th July 2017 is currently planning to meet weekly, running throughout the summer holidays meeting at Iwade Barn, next to All Saints Church Iwade.
If it is your first meeting please bring a responsible adult and note all staff are DBS checked and there will be a qualified youth worker leading the sessions.
Lots of activities planned and some exciting surprises in store to kick off the first session so hope to see lots of you there!T: 07905 040119
T: 01795 470418
E: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org