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Lubenham Youth Club meeting every Thursday
Play & Stay meeting weekly in the Village Hall on Fridays 9.30 am to 11.00am
Ring a Roses, the pre-school play group held four days a week within the village school.
Chill Out Bus is a visiting facility used by teenagers on Monday evenings.
The Playing Field equipped with the latest facilities.

Play and Stay

The Mobile Library calls fortnightly making five stops in the village.
Short Mat Bowls meeting weekly on Monday evenings
New Age Kurling, meeting weekly in the Village Hall.
Monthly Bingo raises money for people in need in the village.
Computer Classes a further five weeks series has just begun.
The Heritage Group meeting monthly.
The Garden Society meets monthly in neighbouring Foxton.
Lubenham Raiders cycling group meeting weekly in the sunmmer.
Lubenham 4x4 is a monthly social gathering of the men in the village.
Lubenham Ladies is a popular social gathering of some lady residents.
Lubenham Cricket Club play regularly on a self prepared pitch.
Whist Drives held twice monthly in the Village Hall.
The Welcome Club is our oldest club celebrating over 50 years existence.
The Drama Group have 2 productions per year.
Bell Ringers practice on Wednesday evenings
Church Choir practice on Thursday evenings.
Art Classes training a small group of interested villagers in all art forms.
Sugar Craft Classes twice weekly in the Village Hall.
Lubenham Neighbourhood Watch Scheme meets the ever increasing needs for village security. Locally co-ordinated, utilising email and telephone.
Keep Fit classes are held by the U3A and include our senior villagers.
Salsa Dancing by locally led tutor with twice weekly sessions.
Tai Chi covering all age groups and meeting weekly.
The Social Committee arranging social and fundraising events.
Church Tote drawn weekly.
Open Gardens is an annual Church organized fund raising event.
Harvest Festival and harvest supper is an annual event
Lubenham Master’s Golf Match is a new event being tried this year.
Annual Litter Pick by village residents.
The Scarecrow Weekend raises funds for village charities and organisations. It attracts visitors from a wide area. £23,000 has been raised in the past 5 years.
Village Newsletter published monthly.