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The following entries are listed in alphabetical order - please scroll down to view :-
 
1st Sarratt Scout Group
Belsize Residents' Association
Cancer Research UK
Chorleywood Business Association
Friends of Holy Cross
Friendship Club - Sarratt Care
Grey Knights
Jasmine Safety Track Trust (JSTT)
Netherby Bridge
OBH North Pony Club
Online Watch Link - Owl - Neighbourhood Watch
Rickmansworth Decorative & Fine Arts Society (RDFAS)
Royal British Legion
Sarratt Baby and Toddler Group
Sarratt Book Clubs
Sarratt Care
Sarratt Evening Womens Institute (WI)
Sarratt Festival of Music
Sarratt Flower Festival
Sarratt Horticultural Society
Sarratt Local History Society
Sarratt Rebels Youth Football Club
Sarratt Short-Mat Bowls Club
Sarratt Tennis Club
Sarratt Wildlife Volunteers
Sarratt Womens Institute (WI)
The Early Birds Bridge Club
 

1st Sarratt Scout Group
Scouting offers challenge and adventure to 400,000 young people aged 6 to 25 in the UK. We believe in helping our members fulfill their potential by working in teams, learning by doing and thinking for themselves.
 
We are interested in hearing from boys and girls interested in participating in Scouting.
 
Contact:  David Alexander - Group Scout Leader
Mobile:  07717 473661
                                                eMail:  info@sarrattscoutgroup.org
                                                Website: www.sarrattscoutgroup.org

Belsize Residents' Association
An informal organisation established over 20 years ago by local residents "to protect and preserve the rural character of Belsize", the Residents' Association aims to represent the concerns of residents in connection with local issues and to disseminate information relevant to the hamlet.
 
Contact: Hattie Gallagher - Hon Secretary
Telephone: 01923 269048
Mobile: 07929 242644

Cancer Research UK
Cancer Research UK is the world's leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. Our groundbreaking work has saved millions of lives. Our websites have a wealth of information about cancer, our research, how to donate and more ways to support us.
 
Contact:  Mariet Bramall - Local Representative
Telephone:  01923 262521

Chorleywood Business Association
Chorleywood Business Association is an important feature of the local business environment and is continually improving to meet the changing needs of its strong membership and improve the economic success of Chorleywood area businesses and people.
 
Contact: Pierre Bosdet
Telephone: 01923 282928
Website: www.chorleywood.biz

Friends of Holy Cross
All who wish to see the Holy Cross Church preserved as a place of peace and beauty are friends of Holy Cross but why not become an official "Friend".
 
All monies raised by The Friends must be used for "the preservation, repair, maintenance, restoration, replacement, improvement or ornamentation" of the fabric of the 12th Century Holy Cross Church building.

If you would like to become a "Friend", become more involved, give a donation or just wish to hear how we are getting on we encourage you to be added to the list of "The Friends".
Please contact Pat Parsons - 01494-793331

Friendship Club - Sarratt Care
Social over 60's Club. Meets informally at 2.00 p.m. on the 2nd Monday in the month in the Village Hall for a chat and a cup of tea. Various activities (Cards, Bingo, Word Searches, Card Making and much more) also some speakers. All welcome.

Contact:  Jackie Boughton
Telephone:  01923 265897
 
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Grey Knights
Managers and maintainers of Jenks' bus (a lovely 1932 WLB single deck bus). Membership: £25 pa which goes towards the maintenance bills. Bookings from village organisations welcomed as are new members.
The Grey Knights are a small group of Sarratt villagers who manage and maintain a lovely 1932 Bedford WLB single deck bus.  The bus is owned by a former villager, Dennis Jenks, who is known as the White Knight for all the fund raising he did on behalf of village organisations.

Contact: John Roe
Telephone: 01923 260755
                                                eMail:  john.roe@gmail.com

Jasmine Safety Track Trust (JSTT)
Following the death of a pony, called Jasmine in 1993, the Jasmine Safety Track Trust was formed. This trust purchased two tracks, The Narrows in Chipperfield and the Memorial track in Bucks Hill. These tracks enabled horse riders to avoid two busy dangerous roads.

Contact: Carol Hannah
Telephone: 01442 833152
Netherby Bridge
We are a group of mixed ability bridge players who meet each Thursday afternoon at 2.00pm. All interested are very welcome to join - cost is £2.00 per session.

Contact: John Kelly
Telephone: 01442 834977

OBH North Pony Club
Established in 1959, OBH North has always been a very active Branch with over 150 members, whose ages range from 4 to 21. Some members are very competitive in dressage, jumping, eventing, mounted games and tetrathlon, while others just enjoy riding, looking after their ponies the companionship that being in a club offers.

Contact: Mrs Paula Vincett
Mobile: 01923 285662

Online Watch Link - Owl - Neighbourhood Watch        Link to OWL section
If you see anything suspicious or you are concerned about anti-social behaviour, it is important that you ring the new non-emergency number which is 101
 
If you see a crime being committed Dial 999
 
Contact: Gareth Williams -Watch Liaison Officer, Neighbourhood Watch
                                     eMail: gareth.williams@herts.pnn.police.uk
                                     Website: www.threerivers.neighbourhoodwatch.org

Rickmansworth Decorative & Fine Arts Society (RDFAS)
RDFAS offers - Lectures covering such subjects as Composers, Operas, Ancient monuments, Architecture.... Outside visits to the Opera, Museums, Overseas cultural tours, Special Interest days.
 
We meet at Sarratt Village Hall on the second Tuesday of each month to enjoy illustrated talks by first class lecturers on a wide range of arts related subjects.  Please see our website and the "What's On" section of the Sarratt Village website for a listing of our lectures.
 
Contact: Jean Butler
Telephone: 01923 773586

Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion safeguards the welfare, interests and memory of those who are serving or who have served in the Armed Forces. We are one of the UK's largest membership organisations and recognised as custodians of Remembrance. We also run the annual Poppy Appeal.
 
Contact: Carol Chorley - Local Representative
Telephone: 01923 265096
Sarratt Baby and Toddler Group
We are a baby and toddler group on a Monday morning from 9.30 - 11.30 am in Sarratt.
We meet at The Pavilion, King George V Playing Fields, George V Way, Sarratt. We have lots of toys including slides, cars, balls and ropes, books and arts and crafts. Singing at the end of each session. Mums, Dads, grandparents and childminders are all welcome.
Tea/coffee and biscuits for the adults. Snacks and juice for the children.
 
Contact: Karen Russell
Telephone: 01923 260945
Mobile: 07773634190
eMail: bootseykazz@aol.com

Sarratt Book Clubs
There are 2 Book Clubs based in Sarratt with a combined total of 18 members. At the moment there are no vacancies but there could be scope for a 3rd group if there were enough people waiting to join and/or someone wishing to start a 3rd group.

Contact: Elizabeth Heike
Telephone: 01923 286994
eMail: eheike@phonecoop.coop
Sarratt Care
Sarratt Care is the day to day help provided by our volunteers to anyone who has a genuine need. They don't need to be old or infirm but to have a problem which they cannot overcome without help. Generally, no problem is too trivial as long as it is genuinely a problem to the Client and we have always tried to find a volunteer to help.
 
We are an organisation run by volunteers to provide help to people of all ages who live in the Parish of Sarratt.
 
Contact: Eileen Adams                    Contact: Carol Chorley
Telephone: 01923 265096               Telephone: 01923 265096
 
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Sarratt Evening Womens Institute (WI)
Sarratt Evening Womens Institute (WI) meet 8pm to 10pm on the 4th Thursday in the month in the Village Hall.
 
We are a small relaxed bunch of friendly people and will shortly celebrate our 30th Anniversary.  We have been joined recently by Chipperfield Evening W.I. who unfortunately had to close.  Various interesting speakers. Visitors £4.  
 All welcome (including gentlemen).
New members especially welcome, annual subscription £33.
 
                                                 Contact: Margaret Eteen
                                                 Telephone: 01923 269918
                                                 eMail: Margaret.eteen@gmail.com
                                                 Website: www.thewi.org.uk

Sarratt Festival of Music
This music festival takes place over the last two weekends of September in Sarratt Village Hall.
During the past twelve years musicians of the highest calibre have performed for enthusiastic and capacity audiences in the Village Hall.

Website: http://www.sarrattfestivalofmusic.co.uk/ 
  
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Sarratt Flower Festival
The Annual Sarratt Flower Festival is always held on the last weekend in June.

See "What's On" section on this website for exact dates and more information about how to help or pay us a visit.
 
Contact: Marilyn Butler
Telephone: 01923 265577
eMail: marilyn@justwebs.co.uk

Sarratt Horticultural Society
The Sarratt Horticultural Society which was formed in 1888 holds a Spring and Autumn Show in the Village Hall as well as a Summer Outing each year.

Membership at £3 per annum includes a Schedule for the 2 shows, a Winter and Summer Newsletter.
 
Contact: Muir Stratford
Telephone: 01923 260475
eMail: muirmarg@nobles8.wanadoo.co.uk 

Sarratt Local History Society
This society meets at Sarratt Village Hall or Sarratt School. There are at least 5 meetings a year plus open evenings, special events and trips to places of historic interest. New members are always welcome.
 
Contact: Dawn Pitts           or  Pam Turner    Telephone: 01923 267000
Telephone: 01923 267071


Sarratt Rebels Youth Football Club
We are a small but growing team run by parents of local children who love football.
We train every Saturday at King George V playing fields from 9.15-10.30am on a Saturday most of the year.

Contact: Warren Hobbs
 
Address of Training Ground -
King George V Playing Fields, Sarratt, WD3 6AU
 
Telephone: 0779 384 5065
Website: www.sarrattrebels.org
Sarratt Short-Mat Bowls Club
We are Sarratt Short-Mat Bowls Club (Est.1990) and we meet at 7.30p.m each Tuesday evening between September and June in the Sarratt Sports Pavillion on King George V playing fields for social and competitive evenings every Tuesday.
We also enjoy a number of friendly matches against other local clubs.
We are always looking for new members as, unfortunately, none of us are getting any younger.
 
Contact: Roger Draycott
Telephone: 01923 223317


Sarratt Tennis Club
We are a friendly local club based at King George V playing fields in the tranquil village of Sarratt. We have 2 floodlit hard surface Macadam courts. Sarratt Tennis Club arranges a variety of tournaments and social events throughout the year. All members are invited to participate regardless of ability.

Contact: Lisa Clark
Mobile: 07967 176571
eMail: info@sarratttennisclub.co.uk
Website
: http://www.sarratttennisclub.co.uk/
Address of Tennis Courts :- King George V Playing Fields, George V Way, Sarratt

Sarratt Wildlife Volunteers
The Wildlife Volunteers are a small friendly group who spend the second Sunday morning of each month carrying out conservation work on wildlife sites around the village of Sarratt. Regular tasks include bramble bashing, raking cut grass and clearing Mortons Pond. Anyone is welcome to join us. Tools and coffee are provided.
 
Contacts: Dawn Pitts      Telephone: 01923 267071
Contacts: Brenda Harold   Telephone: 01923 269956

Sarratt Womens Institute (WI)
The Women's Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 with two clear aims: to revitalise rural communities and to encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World War.
Since then our aims have broadened and we are now the largest women's organisation in the UK.
 
Contact: Dawn Pitts
Telephone: 01923 267071
The Early Birds Bridge Club
Essentially a unique teams' duplicate club consisting of 3 teams per session.
Named "Early Birds" for our early 9.30am start, plus being mainly a ladies club, we play competitive, but friendly, bridge and have been operating for 15 years.
We are a non-profit making club with no membership fee required.
Our sessions are held in the Back Room of Sarratt Village Hall. It is comfortable, well-lit and warm. Halfway through the session we stop for coffee, biscuits and much chat!
Our session ends at approximately 12-45 - 1-00pm on every Friday and every other Tuesday morning.
 
Contact: Jean O'Donnell
Telephone: 01923 265559