Addlestone Community Theatre
Generally known as A.C.T. this section is a very active theatre group.
Their annual programme includes four major productions, given in the Tulk Hall of the Community Centre, a Pantomime in January, a full length play or two one act plays in early Spring, a musical in late Spring and a full length play in Autumn. Various social events, including an Annual Dinner with their own cabaret, are also arranged.
The Club and rehearsal night is Thursday at 8 pm with additional rehearsals during production.
Members need to be up to or near local league standard. Club nights are Tuesday and Thursday from 8 pm to 11 pm, in the Tulk hall which has two courts.
Six teams, Mens and Ladies, play in the Woking, Staines and Chertsey Leagues.
The section meets to play Duplicate Bridge to the rules of the English Bridge Union on Wednesday and Friday evenings at 7.30 pm. Ten tables are usually in play at each meeting. Newcomers are welcome if they have duplicate play experience.
One team plays in the Thames Valley League and the club takes part in a Surrey Charity competition.
Chertsey Camera Club
The section meets on alternate Thursdays. Photographers of all interests and abilities are
welcome to join and enjoy the club programme of lectures, demonstrations and competitions.
The section belongs to the Keep Fit Association using KFA trained teachers. The accent is on fitness through movement, exercise and dance.
Membership is open to all over sixteen years of age and meetings are held in the Tulk Hall on Wednesday at 7.15 pm.
Modern Sequence Dance
The section meets on Monday, including Bank Holidays, at 8 pm. in the Tulk Hall for its practice evening. All dances, Modern and Latin, in the Modern Sequence Dancing repertoire are taught by IDTA and ISTD qualified leaders in these two and a half hour sessions.
A ‘Ball Night’ is held on the second Saturday in each month (except August).
Beginners are welcome to the section meetings.
The section meets fortnightly on Friday at 8 pm when visiting speakers display stamps and talk on aspects of stamp collecting, postal history and other topics of philatelic interest. There are also visits to and from other local Philatelic Societies. Some evenings are set aside for members to display and talk on their collections and regular auctions are held.
Members can, if they wish, take part in two competitions held annually.
New members, including juniors (10–17) are welcome.
The section meet every Thursday morning throughout the year, from 10.00 a.m. until 12.00 noon in the Tulk Hall which has two courts. Play is with feather shuttles.
Prospective members must have a reasonable standard of play; beginners are not taken. Visitors and new members are always welcome.
Social events include occasional lunches, outings, annual Tournament, and a Garden party in the summer.
The Annual subscription is determined at the AGM in April.
NOTE : Sections set their own subscriptions and fees, which are paid separate from the Association subscription, and visitor fees. Please contact the section secretary for details.