The Tots Group meets every Tuesday afternoon at Pytchley Primary School, 1.30-3pm, for all children and babies of pre-school age. Cost is £1 for the first child with a discount of 50p for siblings. It's a very casual group allowing the children to play and mums and dads to have a get together.
PYTCHLEY SHORT MAT BOWLS CLUB
Meets on Mondays at Pytchley Village Hall, 7.00 - 9.00pm
An evening of gentle exercise and friendly company!
Everyone welcome, whether you're an absolute beginner or competent and looking to play in competitions.
Contact 01536 790049 or 01933 679087
KETTERING MOVIE MAKERS
Meet every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at Pytchley Village Hall, 7.30pm.
Meetings are very informal. The club is open to anyone interested in improving their film-making, taking part in documentary production, developing editing techniques, adding music, titles etc, as well as beginners who just want to tidy up their holiday film clips.
Contact Alan on 01536 790049 for more information
1ST ORLINGBURY RAINBOWS
Meet at Pytchley Village Hall, 5.45 - 6.45pm term time
Ages 5 - 7. Fun, craft, games and activities
1ST ORLINGBURY BROWNIES
Meet at Little Harrowden School, every Tuesday, 5.45 - 7.00pm term time
2ND ORLINGBURY BROWNIES
Meet at Orlingbury Village Hall, every Wednesday, 6.45 - 8.00pm term time
1ST ORLINGBURY GUIDES
Meet at Pytchley Village Hall, 7.00 - 8.30pm term time
Age 10+ Meet new friends, challenge yourself, lots of fun, new opportunities
ISHAM DIVISION RANGERS
Meet fortnightly on Tuesdays, 7.30 - 9.00pm term time
Ages 14 - 26
PYTCHLEY BELL RINGERS
Practice on Friday nights from 7.00pm. Budding new campanologists always welcome.
COFFEE & CHAT
An informal get together on the first Tuesday of every month, 10.30 - 12 noon. All welcome. 50p for coffee and biscuits
Friends of Pytchley School is a voluntary group of parents/carers who organise the school's annual May Fair, Christmas Fair, school discos, Bingo nights raising funds to enable the school to purchase additional resources and support for school events. They meet each term to co-ordinate these events and discuss projects with the school, with an annual AGM in the Autumn term.
WILLIAM AYLWORTH'S ENDOWED SCHOOL TRUST founded in 1661. Charity No. 309847.
The Trustees may apply the income of the Charity to provide bursaries and help with fees and costs relating to further education to young persons under the age of 25 who are resident within the parishes of Pytchley, Isham or Broughton and have attended Pytchley Endowed CE Primary School for not less than 2 years. The Trustees may also apply the income to benefit Pytchley School, generally by providing funding for equipment and prizes as agreed with the School.
Bursary applications may be made in writing to the Trust via the Pytchley School office, or direct to the Chair of the Trust: The Rector, The Vicarage, 18 Kings Lane, Little Harrowden, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire NN9 5BL.
ROUTZ YOUTH GROUP
(For secondary school pupils)
Alternate Thursdays during term time, 7.00 - 8.30pm
£1 per session
Chill time, music, tuck shop, crafts, games, fun activities
More info from Zoe Robinson - 01933 402800 / 07739 799096 / firstname.lastname@example.org
PYTCHLEY MILLENNIUM WINE GROUP
The Pytchley Millennium Wine Group (PMWG) has been in existence for 20 years now. The aim of the group is to promote the understanding and appreciation of wines of all types and from all countries. This is achieved by holding regular meetings, presentations from outside experts, and where possible, organised visits to vineyards at home and abroad.
We hold two regular events which are always well attended, the first being the Champagne Reception held on a Sunday lunch time in January, and the second being the Annual Dinner held in December.
The membership currently is about 45 and if you are interested in learning about wine and of course tasting wine, we are always willing to accept new members. The annual membership is only £12 per person.
This is a very friendly and convivial group and if you are interested in joining, please talk to one of the committee members (Louise Drage, Brenda Hargreaves, Barry Hansford, Susan Walsh and Andy Wykes), or come to one of our evening meetings as a guest.