Winterslow Village Hall Salisbury
Clubs and Activities
Winterslow Brownies

Sessions: Every week in the main hall.
Times: Wednesday 5.30 pm -7.00 pm
Cost: £18 per term
Age: : Girls aged 7-10
Enquiries to:
Jaime Williamson – 01980 610219
Helen Loveridge – 01980 863680

For more information about Brownies, visit:

Brownies are girls aged seven to ten who become a member of a Six and follow a programme called the Brownie Adventure.

Brownies opens up a world of exciting challenges and the opportunity to try new things and to make brilliant friends.

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Winterslow Brownies
The Winterslow and Firsdown Women's Institute

Sessions: Meets on the third Thursday of each month at Winterslow Village Hall
Times: 2pm
Enquiries to: Chris Walker

A proud heritage

The Women's Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War.

Since then the organisation's aims have broadened and the WI is now the largest voluntary women's organisation in the UK.

The WI celebrated its centenary in 2015 and currently has 212,000 members in around 6,600 WIs.

About the WI

The WI plays a unique role in providing women with educational opportunities and the chance to build new skills, to take part in a wide variety of activities and to campaign on issues that matter to them and their communities.

Winterslow and Firsdown W.I was started in Febuary 1927. At present we have fifty active members, of which some play in our table tennis teamm and we have a scrabble and whist team.

We also enjoy a monthly lunch club.

In June we have a garden party and in August we invite the village to an afternoon of indulgence !!

New members are always welcome, a great way to make new friends,have a lot of fun and be inspired.

Winterslow and Firsdown
Womens Institute
Scrapbook Committee presentation

On 17th August 2015, The Winterslow and Firsdown WI Scrapbook Committee donated a beautiful garden bench to Winterslow Village Hall.

The plaque tells the story and the top photo shows four of our WI ladies involved with the original scrap book, they are from left to right Marion Rosselli, Wendy Golding, Jean Radnedge and Valerie Russell. Mary Boxall also contributed but was unable to attend the presentation.

The event was hosted by the members of the Village Hall committee and we had a lovely gathering in the twilight on the garden terrace.
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Winterslow Reading Group

Enquiries to:
Frances Newton telephone 01980 862337
for more information

Winterslow Horticultural Society

Cost: £5 Annual Subscription
Age: Membership is open to all.
Enquiries to: Winterslow Horticultural Society

Membership of the Winterslow & District Horticultural Society is open to anyone. Benefits include:

Free entry into the Spring and
Summer Shows.
Up to 50% off your annual seed
order from Dobies and up to 15%
off plants and other items.
Access to trips and talks
arranged by the Society each
Other social events as arranged
in the year including our
annual garden party.
Benefit from experienced
Society members help.
RHS affiliation.
Be part of a thriving
Village Society actively
promoting gardening and
growing your own fruit
and veg.

All this for £5 a year for the whole family! Please contact a Committee Member or email us at if you would like to join, we’d love to hear from you.

For more information about our Society, visit our website:

Winterslow Whist Group

Sessions: Every week in the Meeting Room.
Times: Tuesdays 7.15 pm to 9.15 pm.
Cost: £2 per evening
Age: All are welcome.
Enquiries to:
Valerie Russell (01980 862355)

Our friendly Whist group welcomes all ages to play the classic English trick-taking game.

An informal atmosphere and lots of fun is guaranteed!


Sessions: 4th Thursday of the month.
Times: 7.00 pm to 10.00 pm
Cost: £2 per session, including refreshment.
Age: Membership is open to all.
Enquiries to:

Are you lost for words? Then come to our club and play the king of word games with our friendly group of wordsmiths.

Scrabble has been played since the 1930's and is now played in over 120 countries - so you will be in the company of a huge group of fans.

We enjoy an informal atmosphere and refreshments are made available to help players concentrate!
Winterslow Singers

Age: Membership is open to all.
Enquiries: Pat Lowe (Chair) or Frances Newton (Secretary)

Winterslow Singers is a friendly mixed voice choir.

We meet on Thursdays at Winterslow Methodist Church at 7:45.

We have several concerts during the year in and around Winterslow, raising money for local charities.

We are always keen to welcome new members of any age. We do not hold formal auditions, and practise CDs are produced for those that don’t read music.

If you sang at school or with a church choir in past years and fancy having another go, please contact us.

Singing is good for you and we always have fun!
The New Winterslow Art Group
Enquiries to:
Jenny Edmett on 01980 862687 or email at

We have been running as a successful group since January 2007 and the majority of our members have been with us since the formation.

We paint in different media – watercolour, pastel, acrylic, gouache, graphite etc and our members are all different in their style of work.

The Winterslow village hall is our weekly venue, meeting on Monday afternoons, 2pm to 4.30pm (except Bank Holidays). We also have day workshops from visiting professional tutors.

Every alternate year we hold an exhibition of our work and this is held in the village hall as an evening event with wine and nibbles, which are always popular.

Artwork courtesy of Jenny Edmett
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Wiltshire Online Computer Training

Age: Membership is open to all.
Times: Held on the first and third Tuesdays of the month from 10 – 12
Enquiries: For more details or to book a session contact Trish Campbell on 01980 863490 or email

In association with Wiltshire On Line, free computer training held in Truffles coffee shop, from 10 am to 12 noon.  

The training is on a one to one basis and geared to your specific needs, whether it is how to use Facebook, send emails, use spreadsheets etc.  

For more details contact Trish Campbell on 01980 863490 or email
Winterslow Village Hall Computer Training
Winterslow Drama Group

For more information, see the Winterslow Drama Group website or contact us.

Winterslow Drama Group is a thriving, friendly amateur dramatics group that operates in Winterslow.

Our productions are varied and always aim to give our audiences a fun evening for anyone who likes the theatre.

Our performances vary from drama to thriller to pantomime.

More information on our main page.
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