Swanwick has a vast array of clubs and societies, with something happening on most days of the week.
Based at The Old School House
22 The Green, Swanwick, Derbyshire. DE55 1BL
|Mothers Union||Monthly: 1st Wednesday 2.30pm, 4th Tuesday 8.00pm|
|Mothers and Toddlers||Weekly: Monday 10.30am-11.30am and 1.30-3.00pm|
|2nd Swanwick Rainbows||Wednesdays: 5.00-6.00pm|
|2nd Swanwick Brownies||Tuesdays: 6.00pm|
|2nd Swanwick Guides||Thursdays: 6.30pm|
|Swanwick Cygnets Parent/Carer and Toddler Group||Weekly: During Term Time Tuesday 9.15am-10.45am|
Based at 2nd Swanwick Centenery Centre
Chapel Street, Swanwick, Derbyshire
|Cub Scouts, Brown Bears||Mondays: 6.30-7.45pm Age Group 8-10|
|Beauchief Explorer Scouts||Mondays: 8.00-9.30pm Age Group 14-18|
|Scouts||Wednesdays: 7.00-9.00pm Age Group 10-14|
|Beaver Scouts||Thursdays (2 sessions): 5.15-6.15pm, 6.30pm-7.30pm Age Group 6-8|
|Cub Scouts Wolf Pack||Fridays: 6.30pm-8.00pm Age Group 8-10|
Based at the Methodist Church
Derby Road, Swanwick, Derbyshire
|Swanwick Womens Institute||Women, Ladies, Girls – Looking for a new challenge?
If you want to make and meet new friends, come and join the Swanwick WI. You can hear interesting speakers, learn crafts, help in the
community, enjoy social events and outings. We meet on the third Wednesday of each month at the Methodist Church at 7.30pm.
Interested – then why not come along and be part of a vibrant national
organisation for women.
Based at Turners Farm
Turners Lane, off Cray’s Hill, Swanwick, DE55 1AS
Swanwick Men's Shed
We based in the farm yard at Turners Farm, Turners Lane, off Cray’s Hill, Swanwick, Derbyshire, DE55 1AS and open on Wednesdays and Thursdays 3.15pm to about 6pm and Saturdays 10am – 3pm with sausage cobs. Whatever your reason, if you think you would like to come along and join us, you are more than welcome. See the place, meet the rest of the 'Shedders' and have a cuppa, then decide whether it is for you.
Contact: Kevin Parkin
Please visit our Facebook page.
Swanwick Men’s Shed is the first of its kind in Derbyshire and is located on a 48 acre farm dating back to 1740. We got together as a small group of men from a variety of different backgrounds wishing to take part in various DIY projects and hobbies. The sharing of our skills and ideas together with the camaraderie and company of similar like-minded men and woman, don't be put off by the name, we do have several female members as well and some men also make cakes! We are members of the UK Men’s Shed Association which is rapidly expanding throughout the UK. Our main role is to provide a facility for people to join in shed projects, making things in wood and making friends. In our fully equipped workshop we make, restyle, recycle, re-imagine, repair and refurbish anything in wood. Do your own thing, help others with their projects, join in a community project, or just drink tea and eat cake. Donations of cake, wood, tools and machinery always welcome and put to good use.