These are in alphabetical order

Age UK

Prince William Court – 10am to 3pm – contact No. 01743 233123E-mail: enquiries@ageukstw.org.uk Website: www.ageukshropshireandtelford.org.uk

Amateur Dramatics  (ADOS)Stage Door Theatre – 01939 232466

Army Cadet Force     Noble St SY4 5DT – Website:  www.shropshireacf.org.uk/Wem.html
Art Society – Wem Senior Club – Chapel Street-   07775574805

Beavers – Scout/Guides HQ – Bowens Field – 01939 235703 –  Website: www.wemscouts.org.uk/

Bingo –   Wednesdays 2-4pm – Wem Senior Club – Chapel Street

Bridge Club (Clive Friendly) – Contact Chris Abbey – 01939 220755

Brownies – Scout/Guides – HQ  Bowens Field – 01939 234532 –  Website:  www.wemscouts.org.uk/

Civic Society (WEM) – Wem Senior Club – Chapel Street – 01939 235443  Website:  www.wemlocal.org.uk/wempres/wcs/society.htm

Community Choir (WEM)  – St Peters & St Paul’s Church   High Street Meet every Tuesday 7.30pm –  9.15pm – 01939 200309 – wemcommunitychoir@ gmail.com

Conservative Association –   Noble Street – contact – Peter Broomhall – 07885837606

Cubs – Scout/Guides HQ – Bowens Field – 07734859029 – Website:  www.wemscouts.org.uk/ 

Flower Club – Wem Senior Club – Chapel Street – 01939 232398

Freemasons – Masonic Rooms – 01939 290457

Garden Club – Chapel Street Gill Glover – 01939 233357 – Website:    sites.google.com/site/wemgardenclub

GOAL – (Getting Older Adults on Line) Free computer training for 55 and over takes place in Edinburgh House on New Street, Tues 10am – 12 and Friday from 10.30 – 12.30 – Ring Chairman on 01939 233533 – Website:   goalcommunitygroup.wordpress.com/

Guides – Scout/Guides HQ – Bowens Field – Katie Carter –  01939 232859 – Website:  www.wemscouts.org.uk/

Incredible Edible Wem – www.facebook.com/search/top/?q=incredible%20edible%20wem 

Jubilee Band (Seniors) Thomas Adams School – Lowe Hill Road – 01939 234950 – wemjubileeband.btck.co.uk/SeniorBand 

Jubilee Band  (J) – Thomas Adams School – Lowe Hill Road- 01939 236527 – wemjubileeband.btck.co.uk/SeniorBand 

Millennium Green –  Opposite the Methodist Church – Aston street – Phil Moyse – 01939 233533

Oddfellows – 1 Talbot Development – Isabel Sherlock – 01939 200673 – Website:  www.oddfellows.co.uk/Branches/10059/Border-Counties-District-Branch

Probus (Men) – United Services Club – 29, Leek Street – 01939 234156

Probus (Ladies)United Services Club – 29, Leek Street – 01939 234156

Quiz Nights –  at The Castle Hotel High Street- Funds for local clubs and charities Monthly event – 01939 236088

Royal British Legion (Wem Branch) – United Services Club – 29, Leek Street – 01939 233533 –  Website:  www.britishlegion.org.uk/

RNLI (Wem Branch)  United Services Club – 29, Leek Street – 01939 233779 Webpage:  rnli.org/Pages/default.aspx

Scouts Scout/Guides HQ – Bowens Field – 07947 864205

Sequence Dancers – Wednesdays 8pm at Wem Sports and Social Club – 01939 233482

Severn Artists – Wednesday – term time 7-9pm – 01939 23379

Supper for Solos – 1st Thurs of the month – The Castle Hotel – 01939 236654

Tea Dancers –  2nd Tuesday of the month at 7.30 – 01939232418

Tilstock Toddlers – 1-3 years – Mondays – term time –  01948 880347

U3A – Wem Town Hall  – Tues mornings – High Street – 01948 840733 Website:  u3asites.org.uk/code/u3asite.php?site=610&page=1

United Services Club – 29 Leek Street – Used for a variety of functions – 01939 232806 – Website:   www.yell.com/biz/united-services-wem-club-ltd-shrewsbury-245472/

Women’s Institute – Wem Senior Club – Chapel Street – 01939 232140

Wem Senior Club – Over 55s  – also used for a variety of functions – Chapel Street – 01939 235533

Wem Sports and Social Club – Bowens Field – 01938 233278

Wem Young Farmers Club             07487718984

Youth Club – Leek Street – 01630 684218

Wem Youth Club is conveniently located in Leek Street just off the Co-op car park.  It is open one night a week, on Wednesdays from 7.00 pm for the young people of Wem and surrounding areas.  The young people help the fully qualified leaders decide what activities will be included in the programme.  The programme sets out to help young people to develop lots of useful ‘life’ skills in a safe, fun way. This includes practical activities, such as cooking, craft and art, discussions, games and occasional trips.

 

Youth Club

Jubilee Band in action