For the time being, all our Clubs and Groups are summarised on this page.
In the future we would like to include a separate page for each group, and hope that they will be able to keep their own pages up to date!
exists to maintain and develop the parish hall. The committee includes representatives from clubs that regularly use the hall. The remainder of the committee is made up of co-opted members and there is always room for new faces! The committee meet as needed to discuss and arrange parish events, maintenance and fundraising. All time is given voluntarily. Chair is Liz Moir.
Every other year a Fun Day extravaganza is organised bringing together groups and the community. Each Autumn a Harvest Supper is organised, this involves entertainment, an auction of wares and of course a supper for all.
To coincide with the Horticultural Show we often organise a Funday – this includes tombola, cake stall, car boot sale, dog show and go-kart races down the village lanes. The day ends with the famous duck race! Other events that have been held in the past include Band Night, Antiques Roadshow, Indian Night, Beetle Drive, Barn Dance and Race Night.
Profits from all events are used to maintain the parish hall. Improvements are made to ensure the future of the building for the Parish. If you would like to join us on a regular basis or just with an individual event, or simply hire the hall for your own event you can find further details of facilities and hire charges, and a Contact Form, on our dedicated
Contact Andy Budd 389328 or 07727 443810 or email
Thursday Evenings 7pm Ladies Boot Camp
Wednesday 9:15am Zumba session with Liz Lazenbury 07484 157706 email@example.com
Wednesday 7 for 7:30pm start Charity QUIZ night
Tuesday 7pm join Simon for Ki-Aikido
Monday 9:30am Tiny tots and toddlers, let off steam and be creative with Holly. Adults can relax and enjoy J.A.M.M Just Another Manic Monday
at St Sampson’s Church, South Hill, Golberdon Gals Choir is every Monday at 7:30pm and South Hill Church choir is Tuesdays at 10:15am both run by Rachael Budd Ph. 389328
S.H.A.R.E South Hill Association for Renewable Energy hold monthly management meetings and regular members meetings during the year and community events. Read more here
South Hill Piecemakers
is a friendly group of enthusiastic patchworkers and quilters. We are an active and busy group – always keen to develop new skills and learn different techniques. As a result our committee organises frequent workshops and events including exhibitions, held every three years. We began ten years ago and now have thirty members.
We are also a very sociable group and enjoy visiting and entertaining our neighbouring quilting groups – Flowerpatch Quilters from Launceston and Goosey Quilters from Tavistock. We often get together with a “show and tell” evening to share our quilts, ideas, inspirations and home-made cake.
If you are a quilter and are interested in joining or if you would just like to come along to a meeting to see what we are up to you would be very welcome. We meet in the Parish Hall on the first and the third Monday and second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7.30 pm..
Please contact Elaine Taundry on 01579 384787 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
South Hill Womens’ Institute
was formed over sixty years ago and its members continue to enjoy their friendly monthly meetings in the Parish Hall, realising that they are part of a very influential national organisation. Nowadays business at the meetings is kept to a minimum and this is then usually followed by a talk or demonstration (this year we have already heard about the Changing Face of the Ambulance Service, The Life of a Film/TV Extra, Gardening For Birds and had a wonderful Italian Cookery demonstration). At the end of the meeting members enjoy a very social time over tea and coffee. This is certainly how I met and made so many friends in the Parish. There are also many opportunities available to take part in events and activities organised by Cornwall County WI.
Do come along as our guest – young to not-so-young are very welcome at our meetings. We meet in the Parish Hall, Golberdon, with members arriving at 7pm so that we can start the meeting at 7:15pm. Watch this space for details of meetings in the New Year.
Any further details please contact Janet Corigan email@example.com
TT Taekwondo is a Callington based martial arts club that practices the WTF Olympic style Taekwondo led by 5th Dan Master Dale Trevail, originally set up by Dale and the late Kye Thomas.
We are a friendly martial arts club who train twice a week for 2 hrs and have members aged from 7yrs to 82 yrs. We recently took part in 2 competitions in late 2013 and had great success in both coming away with a total of 23 medals.The medals were for full contact Olympic fighting and competition poomsae (set patterns).
TT Taekwondo always welcomes new members of any age, male or female, and teaches self defence, knife defence, competition fighting, poomsae (set patterns), knife defence, fitness, stretching and conditioning, gradings, competitions.
Taekwondo is a great character builder. We train Wednesday nights at the Old School, Stoke Climsland , and Friday nights at South Hill Parish Hall in Golberdon. Both sessions are 2 hrs, from 7pm till 9pm.
For any other information please contact Master Trevail on 01579 382908 or 01579 382908.
South Hill Investment Club (SHIC)
Formed in 1996, SHIC was set up as a way to invest in the stock market learning as we go without any great financial risk (the fact we agreed to meet at the Church House Inn had no bearing on it!) Now some eleven years later the club goes from strength to strength. We have had members come and go for various reasons (mostly moving away) but have always managed to keep our membership at our maximum of 20.
Each member pays a small monthly subscription and we choose shares to buy and sell at each monthly meeting along with a few refreshments and light bite to eat. The wonders of email have made communication between members much easier and several members have gone on to make their own investments in stocks and shares with a bit more knowledge and confidence.
Whilst the investments are taken seriously we do try to make meetings fun and enjoyable which was our main aim and we also have various social events during the year.
Members of the club should ideally live in or near to South Hill Parish.
If anyone is interested in the share club then
email Steve Moir or phone 01579 383202.