If you are interested in joining the gardening club or more like more information please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Local History Club
We meet monthly usually at Tintinhull Village Hall. For more information visit the website
The Whist Drive is held every week on a Tuesday between 8pm and 10pm in Tintinhull Village Hall.
Working Mens Club
The Tintinhull Working Mens Club is located in Vicarage Street, Tintinhull. The club is made up of members and is run by a dedicated committee. The club was originally founded in 1907 by the Southcombe brothers. Although a member's club, new members are always welcome, and will be able to make use of a welcoming bar with large screen tv, pool table, darts and two skittle alleys which also doubles as a function room, available for hire. The annual membership fee for 16 yrs and over is £5.00 , £2.50 for senior citizens. There is a membership draw every Saturday at 10pm, although you must be present at the time of the draw in order to be in for a chance to win.
To become a member you need to fill out a membership form be proposed by a member and endorsed by a committee member.
The Tintinhull Working Mens Club
2 Vicarage Street, Tintinhull, Somerset, BA22 8PY
: 01935 822570
The Ivy Club
Is an afternoon group for ladies and gentlemen aged 55 plus and was founded in 1969 by village members of the WRVS. Meetings are usually held on the second and fourth Mondays of each month in Tintinhull Village Hall between 2.30pm and 4.30pm. Occasionally coach outings are arranged also lunches in the local area. There is a small annual subscription and a small charge for refreshments, visitors are always welcome for a charge of £1 per meeting.
The Phoenix Ladies
There is no committee nor officers and no membership fee - we just meet up, usually on the 2nd Wednesday of the month.
Our programme for the year is by consensus in January and covers a variety of events which are detailed each month in the village magazine.
The participants are of all ages and from all parts of the village, but for obvious reasons, restricted to 'females only'. All are welcome to just come along whenever an event appeals and any charge is just to cover a cost, where applicable.
We also hold a craft evening once a month on a Thursday for anyone wishing to bring their own craft work, to learn a new craft or just have a natter. This is usually in someone's house, so we do require people to volunteer their home for an evening now and again, if they so wish.
For more information about our events please send us an email:
Tintinhull Tennis Club
Tintinhull is proiud to have two hard surface all weather tennis courts situated in the heart of the village in the recreation ground next to the swimming pool. The club boasts over 60 members and has a growing social, junior coaching and senior match programme. If you would like to join us aor find out more information about membership fees etc please visit our website.