Burwell Sports and Activities

261 Fearless Club Burwell
An all inclusive, non-competitive women's only (18+) running club with a difference.
Weekly hour long sessions take place at Burwell Recreation Ground on Friday mornings at 9.30am.
See web site or email a request for more information.

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Burwell Community Sports Centre

Address: Buntings Path
01638 742125 Web Site
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Activities include: Juniors: Chess club, gymnastics, badminton, football coaching, roller-skating, roller-hockey, trampoline, toddler's stay & play, le club francais. Holiday activities also provided for children aged 5-12.Seniors: Jazzercise, KSFL circuit training, badminton, football (indoor & outdoor) table-tennis, mature & active, yoga, beginners tap dance. Main hall, gallery studio available to hire for social events, children's parties, bouncy castle, skating, etc, and meetings. Cricket nets available for hire.
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Body Conditioning
Gardiner Memorial Hall Tue 7pm. Helen Cox
01638 604006
Bottisham Swimming Pool and Sports Centre (Bottisham Village)
Burwell Aikido Club
Burwell Badminton Club
Club Secretary
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Burwell & Exning Cricket Club
Burwell Cricket Club and Exning Cricket Merged in January 2018
Run four Saturday adult sides and train over 100 local children who participate across three junior sides at under 11, 13 and 15
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For latest Information see: Burwell & Exning Cricket Club
(Twitter Page)


Burwell Cricket Club Web Site
Burwell Ex-Service & Social Club
Bowls
Web Site
Compete in the Ely and District Afternoon LeagueDarts
Web Site
Compete in Cambridgeshire Darts Super League, Newmarket and District Club Darts League & Bottisham and District Ladies DartsPetanque
Web Site
Compete in the Newmarket and District Petanque LeaguePool
Web Site
Currently have two teams in place and a full complement of playersSnooker
Web Site
Poker
Web Site

Burwell Ex-Service & Social Club
Burwell Judo Club
Gardiner Memorial Hall Friday 6pm.
01638 604069 email Burwell Judo Club Web Site
Burwell Karate Association
10.00 am on Sundays at the Gardiner Memorial Hall and on Tuesday evenings at Burwell Village College
Steven Andrews: 01954 789778
Burwell Karate Association
Burwell Summer Darts League
Burwell Table Tennis Club
Burwell Tigers Football Club
Burwell Tigers Football Club was formed in May 1999 to provide the children of the community of Burwell and surrounding villages with the opportunity to learn and enjoy playing football. Tigers was originally formed only for children of the Ages Under 8 and Under 9 (as defined by the Cambridgeshire Mini League), but due to the huge success of the club it now runs teams at various age levels from Under 8 upwards.
Burwell Tigers Football Club Web Site
Burwell Swallows Football Club
Football for age groups from 7 years to 17 years, including girls.
Burwell Swallows Web Site
Burwell Swifts Football Club
Burwell Parish Council Tennis/Netball Courts
Burwell Recreation Ground 0EZ, Weirs Drove, Burwell, Cambridge

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FitSteps
Friday's at 10am Burwell Sports Centre. Get Fit, lose those unwanted pounds, and have fun shimming and cha chaing your way to a new you. FitSteps is a fun filled dance fitness class with latin and ballroom dances (think Zumba). Learn the dances from strictly - No Partner required.
Further details: Facebook Page
or phone Liz 07812 610154
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Newmarket Volleyball Club
Looking for new members
Newmarket Volleyball Club
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The Grove Farm Riding for the Disabled Group (Chippenham)
Jazzercise Burwell
Anita McCallum
Gardiner Memorial Hall
Tuesdays: 7pm
Friday & Saturday: 9.30am

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