Come and join the fun! The award winning movement to music, dance and singing programme for boys and girls from 6 months upwards run within a fun, safe and caring environment.
Singing, Dancing, Lots of fun, Skipping, Hopping, Teddies, Music, Instruments, Colours, Numbers, Balance, Coordination, Confidence, Discipline, Certificates, Jumping, Scarves, Interaction, Boys and Girls.
Book now to reserve your place, contact Miss Abigail on 07580 693747, email@example.com, www.babyballet.co.uk
9.45am babyballet® Tinies (18mths - 3yrs)
10.30am babyballet® Tots (6-18mths)
11.15am babyballet® Movers (3-4yrs)
This club is affiliated to the Tennis Club and plays on a Monday evening in the Village
Hall from September to May inclusive. New members of any ability are always welcome (We do not play in any Leagues).
Subscriptions are £32 for the year or £2 per visit.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Maureen Southgate 01473-730409
Brook Badminton would like more members to join them.
They meet on the 1st, 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at 6:30pm.
A friendly club suitable for all.
Contact Geoff on 07984 227845.
Club nights are held on a Tuesday evening from May to Mid September, on the green which is situated behind the Village Hall.
New players of all abilities welcome, coaching for beginners is available.
EBA and EBF League matches are played during the evenings, each week of the bowls season
FOR A COPY OF OUR APRIL 2019 NEWSLETTER - CLICK HERE
Our club raises some of its funds by selling numbers for the Lottery Bonus Ball and gives two weekly prizes of £20 - Any non-members are welcome to join in with this fundraising scheme. For details please contact our Treasurer - John on 01473 730406.
FOR MORE INFOMATION ABOUT THE BOWLS CLUB CONTACT: Clive Pearsons on 01473 730438 or John Rosoman on 01473-730406 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are a friendly amateur dramatic group, now in our 37th year, being formed in 1975. We hold two productions a year - full length dramas, comedies or revues, and occasionally fund raisers at other venues.
We meet on Wednesday evenings in the Village Hall.
Membership is £10 per year.
TO JOIN OR OBTAIN FURTHER DETAILS CONTACT: Sandy Finbow (Secretary) on 01473-403116 or David Hallows (Treasurer) on 01473-327062
Unfortunately the Copdock & Washbrook Pack is disbanded at present.
If anyone is interested in reforming and running the pack, please contact Muriel Pearsons on 01473 730438.
Copdock & Washbrook Carpet Bowls club are looking for new members.
We meet on a Thursday evening at the Copdock hall at 7-30. at the Copdock Village Hall.
No equipment to buy, no need to have played before, & all ages welcome. We play in the summer & winter league, come and give it a try.
For further information, contact Doug Howes on 01473 730805
We are a registered charity (No 1038132), our constitution being agreed in May 1994.
The charity's objects are the repair, maintenance, and improvement of St Peter's Church, Copdock.
We raise funds by means of concerts, markets, dinners, dances, open gardens etc. Always trying to involve as many other organisations and individuals as possible.
Annual subscription is a minimum of £5
IF YOU ARE ABLE TO HELP OR WOULD LIKE TO JOIN - CONTACT:- The Chairman Louise Amphlet-Lewis. Tel: 01473 730776.
Nestling beside the Old London Road, you will find Copdock and Old Ipswichian Cricket Club. Originally founded some 168 years ago, this unique institution has managed to transgress the plains of time from Victorian England to the new millennium.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
the club's website:
Little Squigglers messy play and creative classes provide a fun way for your under 5 to grow in confidence and develop new skills. Our pre-school classes provide a perfect opportunity for children to experience sensory activities you may not want to embark on at home.
Each week in Little Squigglers Toddler classes, children (and parents) have fun being immersed in activities based around familiar themes whilst learning new skills in a safe and secure environment. Messy play for babies or toddlers is not only great fun but is a perfect way for your child to learn new skills through sensory play and sensory learning, as well as learning to share, make new friends, develop greater confidence and independence, and increase language and communication skills.
Friday mornings term time from 11th September 2017 at Copdock and Washbrook Village Hall 10am - 2-4 year olds 11am - under 2 1/2 year olds
Book now to reserve your place, contact Jen on 07798 755623, email@example.com, Web Site- http://www.littlesquigglers.co.uk/ipswich-and-east-suffolk/ Facebook: @LittleSquigglersIES.
Check the website for the bookings page and the FREE LAUNCH CLASS for the first week.
Each road in the village has a co-ordinator who should be contacted in the event of any suspicious happening in the area. Our objective is to prevent and reduce crime in our neighbourhood.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: The Main Co-ordinator Don Miller on 01473-730317
Contact the Police at Capel St Mary 01473-383115
Contact the Police at Martlesham Headquarters 01473-613500
OR IN EMERGENCY DIAL 999
To visit the Suffolk Neighbourhood Watch web site Suffolk Neighbourhood watch
I run an adult singing group called Pop Chorus and currently have branches of the choir in Framlingham, Kesgrave and Ipswich. I'm very excited about the new group which will run on Tuesday evenings 7:30-9:30pm at the Cameo hotel. Pop Chorus unashamedly sing great pop songs in harmony to backing tracks and members don't need to audition, read music or have any experience. We'd really welcome new members along, the first session is free for people to see whether they like it before committing to joining. We run 3 terms per year, starting in Sept, Jan and after Easter. Membership is £75 per term (concessions available). More info can be found at www.popchorus.org or by calling Yula on 07788 585441.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION VISIT: www.copdock.suffolk.sch.uk
We are a small friendly Pre-School situated in the grounds of Copdock Primary School.
Our aim is to provide a caring, safe and stimulating environment where children are able to learn through their play and exploration.
FOR FURTHER DETAILS TELEPHONE 01473 731047
OR CLICK HERE TO VISIT OUR WEBSITE
The main purposes of the WI are to enable women who are interested in issues associated with rural life, including arts, crafts and sciences, to improve and develop conditions of rural life, to advance their education in citizenship, in public questions both national and international, in music, drama and other cultural subjects and in all branches of agriculture, handicrafts, home economics, health and social welfare. It seeks to give women the opportunity of working together through the WI, and of putting into practice those ideals for which it stands.
We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of each month in the Village Hall, at 7.30pm, and our annual subscription is £41 . 00
The Copdock & Washbrook Branch of the W I celebrated it's 100 Birthday in February 2019, and to see how they marked this occasion - CLICK HERE.
For further information about
Copdock and Washbrook Women's Institute