Clubs & Societies
Austrey Archery Group
Austrey Archery Group welcomes both experienced archers and complete novices, regardless of age or level of fitness. If you are new to the sport you need to take a course of training, and we run courses – usually four Saturdays – in March and October each year. We meet on Saturdays from 10.00am to noon, and on Wednesdays from 6.00pm until dark, at Shuttington and Alvecote Village Hall, Main Road, Shuttington, B79 0DP
Austrey Art Group
The Austrey Artists meet every Wednesday morning in the Village Hall from 10.00am until 12.30pm.
The members of the group who paint, use a variety of mediums including watercolour, pastel, acrylic
and pen and wash.
Austrey Bridge Club
Austrey Rubber Bridge Club was founded in 1990 so that residents of Austrey and the surrounding
area could play bridge in a friendly and informal atmosphere. We meet at 7.30pm every Monday (except for bank holidays) in the Village Hall.
Austrey Gardening Society
The AGS meets at the village hall on the second Friday of the month at 7.30pm for a wide variety of
talks on horticultural and closely associated topics. We also enjoy annual trips to local and national
attractions, and run village events including a quiz, Open Gardens, and the Village Show.
For more information about becoming a member, or to visit as a guest, please contact us at email@example.com. You can also find more information on our
Austrey Golf Society
Austrey Golf Society is over 20 years old and the Society continues to thrive today with over 25 members. We play at various golf clubs in the area including Drayton Park, Maxstoke, The Belfry and Willesley Park in Ashby.
We play once a month, always on a week day, and at least 8 times a year. Costs vary from £25 to £40 for an 18 hole game and usually include an English breakfast before we tee-off. Our choice of golf course varies from Championship to more local courses, but always in the Midlands and we look to play at different clubs every few years.
Membership is only £25 per year, and the fee goes towards prizes and our optional annual Christmas dinner If you are interested in joining, or would like to come along as a guest to see if you would like it, then you would be most welcome.
Please contact Steve Fenton at the Austrey Golf Society by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Austrey Residents Association
This group is open to all residents of Austrey. It provides support where and when needed including many issues of concern to the village, including concerns over planning applications, support for the Neighbourhood Plan, financial support for village activities, a regular monthly news bulletin and direct help with problems such as surface water drainage and its effects.
The association has a committee that tries to meet on a monthly basis.
If you would like to join Austrey Residents' Association please contact David Rowse on 01827 830342 or email email@example.com. Membership is free and the committee welcomes new members and fresh ideas.
Hazel Meadows Allotment Society
We currently have no vacant allotment plots, but if you would like to be placed on a waiting list, please contact:
Mick Beeson on 07979 817356 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can email Colin, the village co-ordinator on email@example.com
Newton Regis Tennis Club
The club was formed in 2000 after fund-raising by members of the local community and a grant from the National Lottery. Located in the picturesque village of Newton Regis on the outskirts of Tamworth, we
are a relatively small club but are always looking to welcome new members to join us, both adults and
For information, please contact Angela Turner on 01827 830179 or visit our website.
Tamworth Football Club Academy
Tamworth FC is delighted to announce that Austrey Playing Fields are now being used by the Club's thriving Academy. The youth development operation at the Lambs, which was relaunched in 2015, has around
130 local youngsters attached to it from the ages of 7-16. As well as this, 24 players aged 16-18 joined the
club on a full-time football and education scholarship in September.
For more information, visit our website.
Austrey WI is a friendly village group. We meet at Austrey Village Hall at 7.30 pm on the second Thursday of every month (apart from August) and visitors are welcome at any of our meetings.
We also hold a coffee morning on the last Tuesday of every month from 10-12, also at the Village Hall. Everyone is welcome to come along for a chat, tea/coffee and cake.
For further details, please contact our Secretary, Lynn Wynne 01827 830716
The Walking Society
Austrey has a very active walking group who meet every Friday morning at 9.50am. Our usual meeting place
is the car park of the Baptist Church. However, during periods of bad weather when local trails are sodden,
we arrange to travel by car or bus to nearby sites where gravel trails allow year-round walking.
We are part of the Warwickshire Councils Walking for Health project and as such aim for each walk to be between 2 - 4 miles. We do, however, structure our walks to allow those who wish to go further the option
to extend their walk.
If you wish to join the group or try out one of our walks ring Pam Orton on 01827 830487 to confirm when
and where we are meeting next. Or visit our website for more information.