1986 Recreation in Grundisburgh
List of Clubs and Organisations which provide recreative activities and their approximate memberships: Mothers Union, 21; Womens Fellowship, 13; Mothers and Toddlers, 19; Youth Club, 61; Cubs, 11; Scouts, 13; Brownies, 21; Girl Guides, 17; Boys Football Club, 10; Bowls Club, 21; Tennis Club, 37; Darts Club, 21; Cricket Club, 9; Keep Fit, 12; Womens Institute, 42; National Housewives Reg. 18; Golden Club, (O.A.P.), 24; Local History Society, 45; Horticultural Soc. 45; Amateur Dramatic Society, 32. Many clubs and societies provide an educational element. Further recreative facilities are to be found in the nearby towns of Woodbridge and Ipswich, 5 and 10 kms.
Pictures from this D-block
Written accounts from this D-block
- Introduction To Grundisburgh
- Grundisburgh Life And Style
- Grundisburgh Local History
- Grundisburgh Arts And Crafts
- Recreation In Grundisburgh
- Religion In Grundisburgh
- Grundisburghs Soc. Concerns
- Trade In Grundisburgh
- Transport In Grundisburgh
- Grundisburghs Soc. Concerns2011
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