Girton Colts Football Club
Football for girls and boys aged between 5-18. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for general club information or visit the website: www.girtoncolts.co.uk
Girton United Football Club
Find a list of the club’s fixtures and other information on their Facebook page.
Girton Cricket Club
A friendly family oriented village club established since 21st April 1852. We offer a mixed standard of cricket at both friendly and competitive levels playing in CCA Senior 3 & CCA Junior 5 West leagues.
We also provide off the field opportunities to socialise throughout the year and encourage participation in the running of the club too. All are welcome. To register visit our website.
Girton Netball Club
We play netball at training sessions on the netball/tennis court at Girton Recreation Ground on Monday evenings from 6.30-7.45pm. We also enter a team into the local Adult Friendly Netball League in the winter months and the Cambridge and District Netball League in the summer months. Sessions cost £5 on a pay and play basis or less per session when you pay termly. We always welcome new players. Contact Mel: email@example.com, or visit our website.
Girton Tennis Club
The official tennis club of Girton village is based at the recreation ground. Potential new members are welcome to come along from 7.30pm on Friday evenings to find out more. Fun supervised junior sessions and professional coaching available to members as well as access to the excellent courts. Visit http://girtontennisclub.uk/news/ to find out more about membership and activities.
Girton Golf Club
The Golf Club is a successful, well-equipped and well-organised members club with excellent facilities. The club is located in Dodford Lane. Visit their website: http://www.girtongolf.co.uk/
Girton Bowls Club
The club’s outdoor games take place on the green at Wellbrook Way. Contact the Secretary, Margaret McCall (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more details, or visit www.girtonbowlsclub.weebly.com.
10th Cambridge Girton – Beavers, Cubs and Scouts
Girton Beavers, Cubs and Scouts meet every Thursday during term time at Cotton Hall. Open to boys and girls, session time and contact details below:
Beavers (aged 6 years to 8.5 years) meet from 17.00 to 18.00
Cubs (aged 8.5 years to 10.5 years) meet from 18.00 to 19.30
Scouts (aged 10.5 years to 14.5 years) meet from 18.00 to 19.30
Contact details: Charlotte Pitcher
Telephone: 07900 065 431
Club 55 Girton
A club for people living in Girton who are over 55 years old or are living with a disability. People in South Cambridgeshire and Cambridge City may join as associate members. Find out more on their website: https://club55.wordpress.com/
Girton Garden Society
Girton Garden Society is open to anyone – the membership mainly consists of residents of Girton, but some members live outside the village. For an extremely modest membership fee (currently £10) members can attend the monthly meetings which take place from October to May on the second Wednesday in the month at the William Collyn Community Centre, Girton. See their website for more information: https://girtongardensociety.co.uk/.
Girton Musical Theatre
Girton Musical Theatre is based in the village of Girton near Cambridge and is an active group of singers, musicians and back stage crew. The group was founded in 1989 by a group of enthusiasts and the first show was The Gondoliers by W.S.Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan in the spring of 1990. Since that time the group has produced a fully staged production of a musical show (including an orchestra) every year. More information can be found on their website: http://www.girtonmusicaltheatre.org.uk/.
Girton Social Club
A social club for the residents of Girton. The club meets in the Village Institute, at 48, Cambridge Road next to Scallywags Nursery (the old baker’s shop). The club is open every evening, and Wednesday to Saturday lunchtimes from 12.30-2.30pm. Memberships available. A community cafe is being run in the club on Wednesday and Friday mornings from 09:00-12:00. This is organised by Marlee Beasley and Claire Stacey. Contact email@example.com.
Neighbourhood Watch aims to be the eyes and ears of the community. As well as looking out for suspicious activity, we also keep an eye out for vulnerable neighbours and to keep each other informed about what is going on on our street. If you want to learn more, please get in touch with one of the following: Geoff Varley (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Sandy Couch (email@example.com).
Girton Women’s Institute
Girton Women’s Institute meets on the first Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm at William Collyn Community Centre, Wellbrook Way, Girton. New members and visitors are always welcome.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or @GirtonWI
Girton Youth Club/Zone
The Connections Bus Project runs a small youth club in the Cotton Hall, Girton on Tuesday evenings 7-8:30pm (term-time only).
This is a free youth club for young people of secondary school age with a variety of activities including: Table tennis, table football, games console, karaoke, crafts, table top games, quizzes and food.
There is also a small tuckshop with very reasonable prices. All of this is staffed by youth workers to make it a safe and enjoyable place for young people to hang-out with their friends.
For more details and contact: www.connectionsbusproject.org.uk