Clubbz.com, the UK's largest Sports & Hobbies Website

We couldn't find a website that showed us the clubs and groups we were interested in visiting when looking for a new hobby... so we built one!


Watch this short video to find out what it's all about!

  1. Helen and Tip are doing well in the Northern Agility Winter Series at Harrogate and the Beerock Winter Series. Well done Helen and thank you for bringing your rosettes to club and inspiring others to have a go.

  2. Tuesdays Outside Agility 1pm large/medium dogs 2.30pm small/medium/nervous dogs.

    Wednesdays Inside Agility 6.30pm small/medium dogs 7.30pm medium/large dogs. 

    (A plea! It takes me from 5pm to 6pm to get out the carpets and then until 6.30 to set up the equipment. If 1st class members can arrive early to help it would be appreciated. Thank you 2nd class for always helping to put everything away. Many hands make light work)

    Thursdays Inside 6pm Puppy Class 7pm Pet Dog Obedience

    Sundays outside 1pm Agility class 2.30pm Puppy pre-agility.

    NB The outside agility ground is now soft. Unless you have multi dogs or are elderly please park on the car park and walk over the outfield.

    Please wear suitable footwear that will reduce risk of slipping over, is probably water-proof and in which you can run. Please also be aware that you and your dogs need to stretch and warm up your muscles before running and jumping, especially in cold weather.

     

  3. on Thursday 26th Mar, 2015, 7:30pm - 10:00pm
    a Musical by Jason Robert Brown and Alfred Uhry
    performed at
    The Kenneth More Theatre
    Oakfield Road
    Ilford
    Essex
  4. on Saturday 13th Dec, 2014, 8:00pm - 11:59pm
    A celebration of the last year, and a merry Christmas to all at The Forresters in Loughton
  5. Forest Musical Theatre Company (FMTC) are very excited to be presenting 'Parade' at the Kenneth More Theatre in Ilford on the 26-28 March 2015.

     

    Parade tells the story of Leo Frank who was charged with and convicted of the murder of Mary Phagan, one of his employees.  The show is set in America in 1913 in the South and the ongoing political struggles between the North and South made Leo Frank, a Brooklyn raised Jew, the perfect scapegoat for all the Souths ills.  In reali life Leo Frank was posthumously pardoned in 1986.  However, the Leo Frank case is still hotly debated topic with people fiercely divided aout what happened.  Whether Leo Frank is guilty or not, the musical deals with quite a pivotal moment in history - the American justice system was revisited, the incident prompted a resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan and the formation of the Jewish Anti-efamation League.  Parade explores racial prejudice and tensions and the impact of media hype; something only too relevant in today's world.

    We are looking for new members to join us for this production, please email sally@forestmusical.co.uk to find out how to get involved in and off the stage.  

  6. Hello again everyone.

    I apologise for there not being much information as of late, or new videos on our youtube channel for that matter.

    This has been due to myself recently starting Uni, one team member starting a new job and another recovering from an operation to sort out a hernia.

    Also a couple of months ago, our facebook page was attacked by a hacker, who then started posting derogatory comments about our team trainer.

    This issue has been resolved, allthough Facebook itself wouldn't do anything to stop them as it didn't break their community guidlines.

    So watch out in the near future for more updates and links to reviews on new gizmos.

    Over and Out

  7. from Thursday 15th Jan, 2015 - Sunday 18th Jan, 2015
    Rehearsals are well underway for the next production by the Horning Amateur Theatrical Society (HATS) – ‘The Pantomime Adventures of Robin Hood’ by Toby Bradford and Tina Webster, from a script by NODA Pantomimes. (www.noda.org.uk)
    Follow the legendary Robin Hood, as he battles the evil Sheriff of Nottingham, to free the land from tyranny. Robin is aided by his merry men: Little John, Friar Tuck, Alan a Dale, Much et al. The evil Sheriff is hindered by his hilariously idiotic henchmen, Nickit and Scarper, and his malcontent Soothsayer, who fails miserably in her attempts to foretell the future in her crystal ball. Both Robin and the Sheriff are distracted by the beauty of Maid Marian, whose nanny, Nora Tittle Tattle, adds another level of nonsense to this highly entertaining pantomime.
    There is much mayhem and merriment, lots of audience participation, and with lavish settings and colourful costumes, HATS can promise a spectacular show.
    Performances are at the Village Hall, Horning, Norfolk NR12 8LQ on Thursday 15th January, Friday 16th January and Saturday 17th January (all evening shows at 7.30pm) and Sunday 18th January (matinee at 2.30pm). Doors open 30 minutes before ‘curtain up’. Ice creams will be available to purchase during the interval.
    Tickets are priced £6 Adults and £4 Children (16 and under). Seats may be booked by calling Julie or Chris on 01692 678145 or in person at either the Horning Post Office or Sentiments Newsagent in Hoveton.
  8. from Thursday 15th Jan, 2015, 7:30pm - Sunday 18th Jan, 2015, 4:59pm
    Rehearsals are well underway for the next production by the Horning Amateur Theatrical Society (HATS) – ‘The Pantomime Adventures of Robin Hood’ by Toby Bradford and Tina Webster, from a script by NODA Pantomimes. (www.noda.org.uk)
    Follow the legendary Robin Hood, as he battles the evil Sheriff of Nottingham, to free the land from tyranny. Robin is aided by his merry men: Little John, Friar Tuck, Alan a Dale, Much et al. The evil Sheriff is hindered by his hilariously idiotic henchmen, Nickit and Scarper, and his malcontent Soothsayer, who fails miserably in her attempts to foretell the future in her crystal ball. Both Robin and the Sheriff are distracted by the beauty of Maid Marian, whose nanny, Nora Tittle Tattle, adds another level of nonsense to this highly entertaining pantomime.
    There is much mayhem and merriment, lots of audience participation, and with lavish settings and colourful costumes, HATS can promise a spectacular show.
    Performances are at the Village Hall, Horning, Norfolk NR12 8LQ on Thursday 15th January, Friday 16th January and Saturday 17th January (all evening shows at 7.30pm) and Sunday 18th January (matinee at 2.30pm). Doors open 30 minutes before ‘curtain up’. Ice creams will be available to purchase during the interval.
    Tickets are priced £6 Adults and £4 Children (16 and under). Seats may be booked by calling Julie or Chris on 01692 678145 or in person at either the Horning Post Office or Sentiments Newsagent in Hoveton.
  9. We have opened our very own DOJO in Grantham.  We are at Unit 5, The Old Malthouse, off Springfield Road, Grantham, Lincs NG31 7BG (opposite Wellies Fish & Chip Shop).  Come along and have a go.  Your first lesson is free of charge.

    We train at Grantham every Tuesday from 7pm until 8.30pm, every Friday from 7pm to 9pm (black and brown belts only), and every Sunday from 5pm to 6.30pm.

    We also train at Bingham Leisure Centre every Thursday evening from 7pm until 8.30pm.

     

  10. Don't forget to start collecting the tokens in the Scunthorpe Telegraph, let's see if we can get a bigger share of the cash this year!

  11. Dynamic piano driven boogie woogie, rock and roll and rhythm and blues from Jamie Rowan, plus dj Jen spinning pulsating forties and fifties jive tunes.

     Plus vinyl queen dj Jen Jackson spinning the pulsating, energy driven 1940’s and 50’s doo wop, rhythm & blues, boogie woogie and a whole lot more.  A great night out on the second Saturday of the month.

    Saturday 8th November 2014

    8pm – 12am

    Entry £5.00 £3 students £3 unwaged £2 after 11pm

     

    Jump Jive and Shout

    The Albany (downstairs)

    240 Great Portland Street

    Westminster
    LONDON W1W 5QU

    England

     

    Buses 18, 27, 30, 88, 205, 453, C2

    Tubes Great Portland St, Regent’s Park, Warren Street

     

     

     

  12. Well done to Harry Prince & Grice on your gradings tonight well done both 

    http://penkridge-jujitsu-club.clubbz.com

  13. The Club shirts are now available for collection from the AWMA bar. - and smart they are!

  14. Members should contact Graham Jaggers ASAP if they wish to enter the club's Handicap competition.

  15. The Club Display was on view at the 1st Hermon Model Show in Pembrokeshire on Sunday 26th October. Club Members provide 8 x tables of models and Darren & Kyle from Model World, Carmarthen filled  a ninth table with items from their new enterprise in wargamming.

    The converted school was the ideal venue for a small model show and it was well supported by the local commonity. The CMC display received glowing comments from many of the visitors and traders and we keen to take part in 2015.

    Next Saturday, 1st November, we will be taking part in the Railway & Model Show at the Welsh Wool Museum.

  16. For not updating for a couple of weeks....I must get everyones email addresses to keep everyone updated!

  17. Inteested in playing at Ladybridge High School on Friday contact Kanti on 07702 714777 or mail at Kanti.mistry@live.co.uk

     

  18. on Sunday 23rd Nov, 2014, 2:00am - 6:00pm
    Annual indoor game for McMillan charity at Sutton St James IBC
    1.30pm for 2.00pm start
    Greys and whites 4 rinks x 4
    Bowls and meal £9.00, meal only believe £6??

    Contact Lyn Humphreys if you want to play.
  19. on Sunday 23rd Nov, 2014, 9:30am - 12:00pm
    Club AGM at CMB BC
  20. Many thanks to all who supported our October 14 Production of 'Curtain Up' We now turn our attention to 2015, the players 40th year! we hope to perform some rather special productions to commemorate this, We will be having script read - through's shortly, all welcome, for information please telephone sandie on 01473 403116

  21. on Saturday 8th Nov, 2014, 7:30pm - 10:00pm
    Members Meeting. This is your opportunity to bring along your telescope and
    any equipment you would like help with. Experts will be on hand to answer your questions
    and any problems you have.
    Alkham Village Hall, Hogbrook Hill Lane, Alkham
  22. on Friday 7th Nov, 2014, 7:30pm - 10:00pm
    South East Kent Astronomical Society are holding a public observing session on Friday 7th November, 2014, from 7.30pm at the Langton Star Centre, Simon Langton Grammar School for Boys, Langton Lane, Nackington Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT4 7AS. Weather permitting.
    Children are welcome but must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  23. on Friday 31st Oct, 2014, 7:30pm - 10:00pm
    SEKAS Public observing session to be held at Walmer Castle Car Park, Walmer, Kent

At Clubbz.com, our aim was simple! To provide a service allowing people to find and get involved with clubs in their local area and to allow the clubs access to a platform to promote their activity as part of a community.

Over 50,000 clubs and groups on we're still growing and are continually working to improve the service we provide to both the public using the activity finder and the sports & hobbies that make use of the free promotional tools. The details of clubs listed on the Sports and Hobbies search directory are added by the clubs themselves ensuring the details provided are as accurate as possible.

Adding a free listing to the Clubbz.com Sport and Hobby directory is straight forward and can be live and displaying to the public in just a few minutes. All listings have access to a private admin panel to manage the public profile and this allows quick and easy access to the features available to promote the activity. Post recent news, upcoming events or showcase the club visually with photos and videos. All of the features available on Clubbz.com are free to use so if you are involved in a club, theres really is no reason not to give it a try! After all, the club down the road are likely benefitting from membership enquiries already from Clubbz.com... So don't miss out!

Get listed now!
We cover over 200 different activities on our National Sports & Hobbies Search
Browse the Activity Directory