The new programme is as
Men's Group - meets on Mondays at 10.00am to enjoy
a cup of tea and a chat, as well as activities including
computer training, bowling and health related activities.
Outings are also arranged on a regular basis. The group is
open to men of all ages. Starts Monday (September 5).
Parent and Toddler Group - every Tuesday morning
from 10.30am12.00 noon. It is open to children and their
carers. Tea and coffee are provided for the parents, toast
and juice for the children. Starts Tuesday (September 6).
St Columba's Bowling Club for men and women of all ages
- every Tuesday 8.00pm-10.30pm. Starts Tuesday September
Afternoon Club for the over 60'S - meets
fortnightly on Wednesdays from 2.30pm -4.00pm offering a
variety of activities and speakers and time for a cup of
tea and a chat. Lifts are available for those who
to come but need transport. Starts Wednesda (September 7).
Craft Group - meets on alternate Wednesday afternoons from 2.30pm - 4.00pm. The group is aimed a those who
want to come along and share their craft skills with others,
as well as enjoying a cup of tea and chat.
Starts Wednesday September 14.
Basic Computer Training - for all ages, held ever
Thursday morning from 10.00am - 12.00noon. Start Thursday
Badminton Club - every Thursday from 8.00pm-9.30pm.
It is open to men and women of all age: Starts Thursday
Families 2gether - (formerly Bright Eyes)
offers variety of activities for the parents, and a free
crechfor children. Activities include cooking and healthy
eating, stress management and relaxation, play, basic first
aid and much more. This will hopefully begin later in the
autumn and details will appear in the local press.
Rambling Club - first Saturday of each month with
walks arranged at various venues. Walks vary in the level of
fitness required but some walks are suitable for all
abilities and ages. Transport is available. Walks start on
Saturday October 1.
Youth Drop-In - this is for young people from P6 to
Third Year. The Drop-In is a comfortable and safe
environment where young people can meet together on a
Saturday night at 7.30pm in the church hall to take part in
various craft activities, sports and games. Access to
internet connected computers is available. This will start