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Local Groups

Wonderful Well Community Group - set up in Autumn 2019 to bring the village together through a series of community events, starting with putting on the lights on the first village Christmas Tree at the crossroads, carol singing in the village, a village coffee morning, resurrecting the popular village Scarecrow Trail and many more.  Look out for more information over the coming months

Well Walkers
1st and 3rd Monday in the month – Meet 10.00 am at Orchard House, Church Street, Well, aim is to walk fairly locally with walks of around 5-8 miles in length for the long walks and up to about 4 miles for the shorter walks.  For more information phone 470305 or email info@wellvillage.org.uk.

Well Ladies Coffee
A monthly group, second Wednesday in the month, meeting informally during the day, with the possibility of an evening group as well, for more information and venue – info@wellvillage.org.uk.  See Parish Magazine or village notice boards for more information.

Well Ladies Meal
Held once or twice a year.  There is a copy of the standard menu on News page.

Wellies Craft Group
A sort of ‘knit and natter’ group for those who enjoy any kind of craft work, a chance to meet with other like minded ‘crafties’.  First Tuesday in the month, 7-9.00 pm.  Contact – info@wellvillage.org.uk for details of the venue

Quoits
There is a Quoits Team in the village who use the pitch behind the Institute – for more info – info@wellvillage.org.uk

National Women’s Register Group
Local branches in Bedale and Northallerton.  Go to the NWR website for more information and to find your nearest group – www.nwr.org.uk

Snape Local History Group
Last Friday in the month, 7.30 pm at Snape Village Hall, see Parish Mag for more information.  Website -  http://www.communigate.co.uk/ne/slhg/index.phtml

WI
Well doesn’t have its own WI group; however, there are several in the area – Thornton Watlass, Masham, Ripon, Carthorpe, Bedale, Aiskew, North Stainley.  For more information, or to contact a group, visit the WI website at www.thewi.org.uk

U3A
Aimed at the over 55s who are retired or semi-retired.  For the Bedale Group, visit   http://u3asites.org.uk/bedale

Bedale Ladies Coffee Club
Meeting monthly at The Lodge, Leeming Bar.  For more information, info@wellvillage.org.uk

Exelby Dragons
Meets first Wednesday in the month at the Green Dragon, Exelby – contact thedragonswomensclub@hotmail.co.uk for more information

North Stainley Village Hall
Hosts a variety of events and activities.  Information at  www.northstainley.org.uk

West Tanfield Village Hall
Various groups use this venue – see notice board outside the village hall or www.west-tanfield.com

The Bedale and Villages Community Forum
Deals with a wide range of local issues.  More information at  www.bedale.org/about.php?page=2

Hambleton District Council and North Yorkshire County Council also have information on various groups and activities within the area – www.hambleton.gov.uk, www.northyorks.gov.uk