Clubs & Societies in Churt
CADS (Churt Amateur Dramatic Society) provides a fun and friendly environment for those who love to act and want to build up stage experience, or anyone looking to join a local community of friends whether on stage or part of the stage crew.
Churt Horticultural & Produce Society (CHAPS)
Churt Lunch Club
Come and have lunch with us!
Every Monday (except Bank Holidays) lunch is served to local residents over the age of 60
Churt Toddler Group
We are a friendly local toddler group always happy to see new faces. Whatever age your pre-school children are come along and join us on a Thursday morning for games, crafts, music and singing
We meet on Tuesday afternoons from 3.15pm – 4pm at Hewshott Farm near Liphook.
Riding for the Disabled
There are two tennis courts in the village. These are used by the tennis club and can also be used by the public. There is a booking sheet showing available times pinned on the tennis club notice board.
Churt Tennis Club
Scouts & Beavers
We have a very active program, and are always coming up with new things to do.
Churt Nursery School
Every day in Churt Village Hall. For children aged 2+ to 5 years old.
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 9am to 3.15 pm.
Tuesday and Friday 9am to 12am
Established in 1875, we are situated on the border of Surrey, just off the A3. We host local Senior and Junior sides, and welcome players of any age or ability. You are always sure to find a friendly reception at our picturesque ground.
Churt Cricket Club
We are a friendly group of men and women who meet at Redhearn Green outside the church on the 3rd Friday of every month at 9.30am. The length of walks averages 8-10 miles and we enjoy a pub lunch half way round.
The WI are involved in many village activities; the most popular contribution is providing the teas at the annual Churt Village Fete in June. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 2.30pm in Churt Village Hall.
Churt Junior Football Club
Churt Juniors Football Club was established in 2007 with the aim of creating a local children's football club that was inclusive, energetic and fun. Since that time the club has grown steadily and happily and now has over 150 children training and playing football every week.
Well, even though Churt doesn’t look like an ancient village, it has plenty of history which we should record, preserve and make available for future generations. And that’s what Churt Heritage aims to do.
The Trust, a registered charity, operates within a scheme approved by the Charity Commissioners providing financial assistance in Churt and the local community or area.