Clubs and hobbies
Leisure clubs and hobbies in Plymouth. Meet like-minded people who share a similar interest.
We are the largest county in the South West and offer a wealth of opportunities for girls, young women and adults on a regular basis. We have units all over Devon offering weekly meetings, camps, holidays, activity days, social evenings, international travel, etc - all that we can offer is far too extensive to list here.
A Pottery, Art and Craft Studio where there is something for everyone to enjoy at a reasonable cost. Seeing the benefits that comes from creativity was our inspiration to expand our business and open it to everyone. Our aim is to offer first class customer services whether it's in our Paint Your Own Pottery Studio or in the Support Services that provides enjoyment and a safe environment for those with disabilities.
The Highbury Social Club is an evening club for people with varying degrees of learning disabilities. The club is run twice a week, Tuesday and Friday evenings between the hours of 6.30pm and 8.45pm
The Orbit Social Club is a day club for people with varying degrees of learning disabilities. The club is run twice a week, Monday and Thursday between the hours of 10.30am and 2.30pm. The Club is now at the Crownhill family centre, near the Crownhill police station.
The Sea Cadets is a nationwide voluntary youth organisation, open to young people aged 12 to 18 and with Junior Sections open to those of 10 to 12 years of age, run by enthusiastic adult volunteers. It provides fun, friendship and adventure.
Plymouth Play Association is a resource centre which offers children's workshops, playschemes, toy library, craft activities and equipment at very reasonable rates, and has play equipment for hire. We are a not-for-profit membership organisation which provides a range of services for people of all ages and interests - it's not just for kids.
Plymouth Woodturners is a non-profit organization set up to promote the wonderful craft of woodturning. If you have never turned wood, you should try it, it is extremely satisfying. Forming a shapeless lump of wood into a thing of beauty, working with hands, eyes and brain; devising shapes, actually producing something you can cherish, use, give away or sell.
Scouting is the largest co-educational youth movement in the world with 28 million members worldwide. Scouting aims to encourage the physical, mental, spiritual and social development of young people to enable them to take a constructive part in their local community. Scouting exists to actively engage and support young people in their personal development, empowering them to make a positive contribution to society.
YMCA Plymouth is an education, health & families charity, serving young people and our community. We are guided by a friendly & personable approach where all people can belong, contribute and thrive.