Sunday, 23 September 2018.

What’s On In Aylesham – from Wed 11 July

11 July, 2018

This events list is compiled by Dover District Council. Don’t forget, our full list of regular events happening in the village can be seen on their own page at the Aylesham Garden Village website,  Weekly mother & baby, parent & toddler groups are included along with youth club and library activities.

No liability accepted for errors and omissions.

Wednesday 11 July 10am-12pm – Bechange Community Hub, Ackholt Road, Aylesham, one stop shop drop in service where you can discuss a range of issues with support workers including solicitors, community wardens and village PCSO Emma Carmichael. You may wish to discuss local crime, domestic abuse or anti-social behaviour as well.

Wednesday 11 July 12.30pm to 2.30pm. St Peter’s Church, Dorman Avenue North. The Soft Play Cafe will be open. Entry is free and a cafe light bites menu will be offering refreshments for sale. Hot food and longer opening hours will come as the cafe and volunteers expand, so any volunteers are welcome. The cafe is open to all, the equipment will be age restricted.

Thursday 12 July 9.30am-12pm – Aylesham library, Community Workshop site, Ackholt Road. Weekly Citizens Advice Bureau drop in session.

Thursday 12 July – Bechange Community Hub, Aylesham Project site, Ackholt Road. Weekly meetings of village Beavers and Cubs groups. Beavers (aged 6-8) meet from 5.15pm – 6.30pm and Cubs (aged 8-11) meet from 6.45pm – 8.15pm. The cost is £2 per child per week. It is hoped to start a Scouts section for older children from September. If you are interested in helping with the group, or if your child wants to come along, please contact Cassie Osborne, group Scout leader, 01304 841573 or 07488 243525.

Thursday 12 July 7pm – Aylesham Parish Council holds its monthly meeting at the White House office in Dorman Avenue South. Residents are welcome to attend. Anybody wishing to speak about an agenda item is asked to first contact the parish office on 01304 840377 or email via ayleshamparishcouncil@btinternet.com.

Friday 13 July 10am-12pm – Bechange, Aylesham Project, Ackholt Road. Benefits and housing advice drop in session. These are held twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays to offer advice about benefit entitlements, bidding for social housing and help completing forms. The sessions include health advice from an NHS advisor. Simply turn up on the day.

Monday 16 July 10am-2pm – Aylesham Baptist Church, Dorman Avenue South. Renew 61 is the new group evolving from Aylesham mental health Fight Club. This will be the launch event and promises to offer community space for anyone – hopefully becoming a kind of ‘shared front room’ . Free tea and coffee while tasty treats and lunches will be on sale, provided by Roses tea Rooms. Numerous activities offered as well as a prayer space. Open to all.

Tuesday 17 July – Aylesham Baptist Church, Dorman Avenue South. Youth club meetings led by Pie Factory Music in three sessions according to age group. 5-6.30pm – Junior session for children in school years four to seven. Activities include art and craft, music, games and table tennis. 7pm to 9pm – Senior session for young people in years eight to 13. Arts and crafts, music, games, table tennis, guidance and support. More information via www.piefactorymusic.com or call 01843 596777.

Tuesday 17 July 6.10pm – Aylesham Welfare & Leisure Centre, Spinney Lane. Drum n Bass Workout. 7pm Fierce- The Dance Workout for all ages (14+ with a participating adult).

Wednesday 18 July 10am-12pm – Aylesham Heritage Centre, Dorman Avenue South. All are welcome to drop in between these times to learn more about the history of the village as a whole. The centre features a highly regarded collection of coal mining memorabilia. From 11am, members will be displaying outdoors their recently recreated Kent coalfield banner for anybody who wishes to photograph it.

Wednesday 18 July 10am 12pm – St Peters Church, Dorman Avenue North, weekly arts & crafts group meeting. Cups of tea, a chance to chat as well as enjoy either painting, drawing, knitting or sewing. No experience needed, please just turn up and meet the friendly group, everyone welcome.

Wednesday 18 July 10am-12pm – Bechange Community Hub, Ackholt Road, Aylesham, one stop shop drop in service where you can discuss a range of issues with support workers including solicitors, community wardens and village PCSO Emma Carmichael. You may wish to discuss local crime, domestic abuse or anti-social behaviour as well.

Thursday 19 July – Bechange Community Hub, Aylesham Project site, Ackholt Road. Weekly meetings of village Beavers and Cubs groups. Beavers (aged 6-8) meet from 5.15pm – 6.30pm and Cubs (aged 8-11) meet from 6.45pm – 8.15pm. The cost is £2 per child per week. It is hoped to start a Scouts section for older children from September. If you are interested in helping with the group, or if your child wants to come along, please contact Cassie Osborne, group Scout leader, 01304 841573 or 07488 243525.

Thursday 19 July 7.15pm – Aylesham Community Workshop Project, Ackholt Road. Fierce, The Dance Workout, for all ages (11+ with a participating adult)

Saturday 21 July 10am – On the third Saturday of every month 10am to 12pm – Aylesham Baptist Church, Dorman Avenue North, coffee morning with home made cakes and a bits & bobs stall. All welcome. More information from Mrs J Smith on 01304 840947 or visit www.ayleshambaptistfreechurch.co.uk

Saturday 21 July 2pm-10pm – Market Place , Fair On The Square makes a welcome return. Live entertainment, refreshment stalls, play zones, art & craft, local history and much more are promised. Organised by Aylesham4Aylesham – like their Facebook page for more announcements.

Among the regular events held in Aylesham are dance classes organised by KCs Dancers. The school is active six days a week. You can view its website for times, venues and prices here.

Details of regular group and club meetings in Aylesham can be viewed at the What’s On page at the Aylesham Garden village website

If your local group has any dates it would like to boost through this weekly listing, please get in touch with DDC PR & Communications Officer Nick Evans via nick.evans@dover.gov.uk

Don’t forget – you can also keep up with the latest news via the website www.ayleshamgardenvillage.co.uk or the Twitter feed @Ayleshamgarden

 

Weekly mother& baby, parent & toddler groups – please let us know if days and times have changed via nick.evans@dover.gov.uk

  • Mondays – St Peter’s Church 9am to 11am Sunbeams parent & toddler group.
  • Tuesdays – Baptist Church, between 10am and 11.30am
  • Wednesdays – Baptist Church, between 9.30am and 11.30am – when a health visitor will be attending.
  • Wednesdays – St Peter’s Church, Dorman Avenue North 12.30pm to 2.30pm. Soft play cafe will be open and is open to all, the equipment will be age restricted.
  • Wednesdays – Bechange, Ackholt Road, 1pm-2.30pm. Little Green Fingers Gang is aimed at children aged 0-4 years and their families. Each week there is fun craft, physical and imaginary play. The club costs £1 for the first child and 50p for every sibling including refreshments. Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  • Fridays – Baptist Church, between 9am and 11am