User Groups

Craft Group

We are a group of ladies who are interested in various crafts and we meet once a week and bring our projects along and have a cuppa and company and swap ideas.  The crafts vary but the main interests are knitting, sewing, quilting and patchwork, tapestry, needlepoint and crochet.  If we feel like experimenting with a new craft or want to try something new, there is usually someone there who can help, advise or set you on the right track.  We have had someone painting Christmas lights and another lady did papercraft.  Who knows what you can start?

We usually stop the club for the summer as some of our ladies help on farms and with holidays, and one thing and another attendance is too low to warrant the hall, but this year we are starting up again the first Wednesday in October 2019.  If you would like to come and try is out, we would love to see you, new faces are always welcome.  We meet every Wednesday from 1-4 pm but there is no obligation to stay for the whole three hours or to even come every week, but we do luckily have a core of members who do come most weeks and it helps to keep costs down. 

To join, we charge £5 but that is £2.50 joining fee and £2.50 weekly subscription included.  It is just £2.50 when you come with no payments for absences, so you can see it’s good to have a few regulars.  Tea, coffee and biscuits are provided bring your own projects and expertise.  We sometimes meet up and go to the large craft shows and it’s a great way to make new friends, and meet people with the same interests.  We love what we do and have fun while we do it!!  Do come along, we would love to meet you!

If you would like more information feel free to contact me, Claire, on 07462 886821

Baby and Toddler Group

Brompton Baby and Toddler group is a welcoming friendly group for 0-5 year olds and their parents and carers.  We meet Friday mornings 10am – 11.30 except the last Friday of month.  For more information please call or text Becky on 07875 277208 or find us on Facebook.

WI

Brompton Regis WI, though small but beautifully formed, meet every first Thursday of the month from 7.30 pm.  We charge £3.00 for non-members so come along and visit us. Our activities are numerous from picnics to kurling and some of the excusions we have made during 2018 include Hartland Abbey, Powderham Castle, The Theatre and Ottery Nurseries.  We haven’t made Jam (except for the village show) however we did have a go at Pumpkin Chutney and pretty good it was too.

If you interested, please give me a call – Jean Hurley (President) on 01398 322878

Village Lunch

The Brompton Regis Village Lunch takes place on the last Friday of each month (apart from August and December) and is provided for the local community in the village and surrounding areas.

The normal cost for a 2-course lunch is £6.00.  The standard of the food is excellent and am sure that everyone who attends would agree that it is extremely good value for money.

The lunch is held in the Village Hall and is run totally by volunteers.  The volunteers are a major part of this venture and without them, the lunch would not take place.  Some volunteers help with the food preparation and cooking, some with the set-up and others with the clearing up after the meal has finished.  

We are always in need of new people to help and if you would like to get involved, either with the cooking or set-up/clearing up we would very much like to hear from you.  

Should you wish to join in, we do normally have a limited number of seats available.

Please contact Kim on 01398 371312.

Short Mat Bowls

Our club meetings are on Tuesday evening 7 pm to 9 pm.  And Friday afternoon 2.30 to 4.30 pm.  If anyone is interested in joining in, please contact one of the following:

Alan Wilson 01398 371359

Gill Smith 01398 371293

Kingsbrompton Young Farmers

Young Farmers gives a great opportunity for young people to socialize and make many new friends in our rural area. 

Sports– We take part in all sorts of sports such as football, hockey, ten pin bowling, skittles, rounders, tug of war and many more. 

Socialising– There are hundreds of YFC events throughout the year ranging from local YFC discos to Winter Balls. 

Charities– We raise money for charities close to our hearts through carol singing, bingo, big breakfast, quiz nights etc. 


Entertainments– Every year each club has the opportunity to perform a panto, drama or an entertainments production, this involves the whole club from acting and performing to designing and building the props and scenery.


Who can join? Any one aged between 10 -26 can join. You don’t have to be a farmer to be a young farmer!

Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KingsbromptonYFC/