Local Clubs and Groups

Activities for Children

  • XStream (6 - 11yrs)
    A monthly Friday evening kidz club for children in Year 1 - Year 6. 1st Friday evening in the month, 5.45 - 7.15pm. Activities include; arts and crafts, games, challenges, cooking, DVD, bible stories, singing and much more! We also run Easter, Summer and Christmas Holiday Clubs for Children.
    St Mary's Church Hall. Fraser Road, Springvale, Kings Worthy. SO23 7PJ
    Contact: Esther Graham, Youth Community Worker 07854 45969
  • Firefly Drama Theatre School
    Pax Hall on Saturday mornings. Phone 08442 228558
  • Guides
    Rainbows, Tuesdays, Claire Smith Phone 07854 123621
    Brownies, Tuesdays, Rebecca Pinglaux Phone 07797897915
    Brownies, Wednesdays, Brenda Parker Phone 885366
    Guides, Tuesdays, Isabelle Haigh Phone 626090
    Ranger Guides, Tuesdays
  • H20 (11 - 16yrs)
    A fortnightly Youth Group for young people in Years 7 - 11. 1st and 3rd Friday evenings in the month. 7.30 - 9pm. Activities include; Games, films, quiz and pizza, treasure hunts, bowling, footie tournaments, annual weekend away, half term activity days and much more!
    St Mary's Church Hall. Fraser Road, Springvale, Kings Worthy SO23 7PJ.
    Contact: Esther Graham, Youth Community Worker
    07854 459696
  • Junior Football (Worthys YFC)
    Established in January 2006, the Worthys Youth Football Club is a locally run club currently providing football opportunities for over 160 children of both sexes and covering the age range from 7 to 18.
    Over 90% of the players live within the local Kings Worthys area.
    The Worthys YFC has over 30 volunteers who are involved in running the club. Contact: Tom Andrew-Power 01962 883505
  • Scouts, Cubs & Beavers (3rd Winchester)
    The Scout Association provides adventurous activities and personal development opportunities for young people aged 6 to 25 yrs, with the aim of helping them reach their full potential. Meet at Pax Hall, Wesley Road, Kings Worthy. Cub Scouts: Monday, Beaver Scouts: Tuesday, Thursday & Friday
    Scouts: Wednesday. Contact: Robin Cook 01962 884510
  • Winchester School of Performing Arts
    Formerly the Claire Goodwin Theatre School. Dancing, singing, acting & performance for students aged 3 up. Various classes held at both Jubilee Hall and Tubbs Hall throughout the week. Contact: Claire Goodwin 01962 881288


Groups for Adults

  • Active for Life
    Keep Fit for over 50's. Our aim is to keep active, mobile and supple and retain a sense of humour. We do this with the help of and encouragement from our professional instructors. Just come along and try us. St Mary's Church Hall, Fraser Road, Springvale, Kings Worthy. SO23 7PJ
    Weds 5.15pm-6.15pm. Contact: Brenda Peat or Margaret Brown
    Phone 01962 620766
  • Activities Drop-in Club
    A mix of activities on Friday mornings, to which all are welcome, just drop-in. First Friday of the month, at 10:30, is a Coffee morning, with plenty of chatter and a choice of up to date books from the paperback book exchange. Second and Forth Friday of the month, at 10:00 is New Age Kurling, a form of exciting indoor curling. Third Friday of the month, at 10:00, is Scrabble. All are welcome! Just turn up! Tubbs Hall Community Centre, Fraser Road, Kings Worthy SO23 7PJ
  • The Kings Worthy Singers
    We are a contemporary choir for adults and we sing a mixture of chart hits, pop, rock, motown and musical theatre in a choir style. We meet at St Mary's Church room from 7:30 - 9:00pm on Wednesday nights, during school term time. £6.50 per week or £5.50 for over 60s. Contact: Camilla: Phone: 07941 552 242 or email: thekwsingers@gmail.com 
  • Bellringing
    St Marys Church, Fridays, Contact Jonathan Smith Phone: 01962 883829
  • Blooming Cafe
    Blooming cafe is opening in Tubbs Hall on 2nd of November. The cafe is for the elderly and elderly living with dementia. Flower arranging along with a cuppa and cake for you will be provided. Cost is £5.00.
  • Conservation Volunteers
    "Our Local Natural Environment .. for Life"
    WCV undertakes conservation work in and around the Worthy villages. Our aim is to improve our natural environment and wildlife habitats. We install benches, create vistas, and carry out more general work, to improve our footpaths; we help protect our wildlife habitats by creating insect-friendly meadows, managing our streams, and erecting bird & bat boxes; and we carry out nature surveys, of butterflies and wildflowers. New members always welcome - membership is free. Meet at Tubbs Hall, Community Centre, Fraser Road, Springvale, Kings Worthy. SO23 7PJ. Conservation projects are undertaken usually on the 3rd Sunday in the month.
    Contact: Bruce Graham Phone: 07919 111221
  • Dog Training
    (Itchen Valley Training Society) The society is Kennel Club registered and provides puppy/dog training in accordance with its Good Citizen Award Scheme. Jubilee Hall, London Road, Kings Worthy SO23 7QN
    Mondays 7.30pm - 9.45 pm Contact: Mr Ian Gordon Phone: 01962 885222
  • King Table Tennis club
    Meets on Monday and Wednesday evenings, 7.15pm to 10.00pm, in the Sports Hall of Prince’s Mead School, Worthy Park House, Kings Worthy SO21 1AN.  All standards welcome, wheelchair friendly.  Up to 11 tables available for fun play, practice and league matches.  Attendance just £3 per session, no joining or membership fee.  Just turn up, no booking required, first session free.  Further details www.kingsttc.wixsite.com/kingsttc or phone Mick Bryant (President) 01962 865713 or Anthony Cottrell (Chairman) 01962 623719.
  • Local History Group
    The group was founded in 1982. Its aims are to study and record the history of the Worthys. Activities include regular open meetings, research, field trips, outings and social gatherings. Digitally recorded documents, pictures, maps, sound recordings and films are available to members and students for research. New members are always welcome.
    Contact: Derek Brockway Phone: 01962 881749
  • MG Owners Club
    Meet at King Charles Pub, Springvale Road, Kings Worthy SO23 7NW last Tuesday of the month. Contact: Davis Marklew or Mike Turner.
    Phone: 01962 883148
  • Probus
    Members, who are retired or semi-retired professional or business people, enjoy social activities, discussions and talks on a wide variety of interesting and thought provoking topics. Membership is limited to 50 and the annual subscription is just £15.00. Parking for meetings is available in the designated church spaces behind the houses in Church Green Close and also by arrangement with The Cart & Horses. Meet at St Mary's Church Rooms, Kings Worthy SO23 7QL from 10:15 - 12:00 on the second Tuesday of each month.
    Further information can be obtained from the Chairman, Mrs Frances Morrison, Phone: 01962 884814
  • Royal British Legion
    Men: A small core of members who meet informally from time to time
    Contact: Tony Dowland Phone: 01962 881874
    Women: 1st Wednesday of every month, 7.30pm at the Worthies Sports and Social Club. Contact: Mrs. K Ralph Phone: 01962 852160
  • Tenants & Leaseholders Association
    Open to all Tenants & Leaseholders in the Worthys. Meets at the Common Room, Harwood Place, Off Pound Road, Kings Worthy SO23 7PS
    six times a year from February on the 3rd Thursday every other month at 7.15pm. Contact: Paul Bungey  Phone: 01962 883249
  • Trefoil Guild
    It is is part of Girlguiding UK, and it is not necessary to have previously been involved in the movement. We meet monthly and have a varied programme, interesting talks, craft evenings, demonstrations, summer garden parties, walks, barbeques, visits to the theatre, dining out, excursions, residential weekends and holidays etc. Voluntary help is given at events for the uniformed section, i.e. swimming gala, district and activity days.
    So why not come along one evening and enjoy the fun and friendship.
    Email for more information and the contact in Kings Worthy
  • Winchester Fitness and Sports Club
    A range of activities for people over 50. Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10.00 - 2.00 at River Park Leisure Centre. For more information please visit our website
  • Women's Institute
    The WI is the largest organisation for woman in the UK. It gives woman of all ages the opportunity to take part in public affairs and increase their knowledge and enjoyment of everything from science and technology to arts and crafts. Meet at: Tubbs Hall, Fraser Road, Kings Worthy. SO23 7PJ
    on the 1st Wed 2pm to 4pm, except August. Contact: Mrs Alison Woolford (President) Phone: 01962 620700
  • Wonston & Worthys Camera Club
    Meetings are held on alternate Thursdays at 7:45pm (Sept.-April). We encourage new members of all ages and abilities. Interesting talks, demonstrations and competitions form the basis of the annual programme.
    Meet at the Worthies Sports and Social Club, Loader Close, Lovedon Lane, Kings Worthy, SO23 7NJ Contact: Meryvn Edwards Phone 01962 886386
  • Worthies Sports & Social Club
    The Worthies Sports and Social Club is located adjacent to Eversley Park.
    It is a members-only Club, but new members are always very welcome! Also available to hire for functions with spacious bar and lounge bar. Snooker, Pool and table tennis as well as all sport shown on the Big Screens! Pop in and pick up a membership form. Lovedon Lane, Kings Worthy, Winchester SO23 7NJ Phone:  01962 880457
  • Worthy Park Tennis Club
    At Princes Mead School. For more information please visit worthyparktennis.com
  • The Worthy Players
    The Worthy Players is the amateur dramatic group for the Worthies. We produce two or three shows a year and meet for rehearsals on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings from 7.30pm in the Jubilee Hall.
    Phone: 07599 981922 (for ticket sales only)
  • Worthy Runners 
    Worthy Runners is an informal and friendly group which was formed in July 2014 for those of all ages and abilities. Our aim is to run and enjoy the outdoors. All are welcome to join us on our regular local social runs. Membership is free. To find out more visit our website