CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
The Art Group meets in the Village Hall every Wednesday afternoon from 2 till 5 - entry £5.
An informal gathering in which people can explore their artistic talents, and share tips and techniques.
BABY AND TODDLER GROUP
9-11 every Tuesday at the Parish Hall (term time only). All welcome.
Parents fortified with tea and coffee!
Lots of toys, friends and fun, crafts and messy play, ride-on bikes and indoor games.
For more details contact Molly Pincombe - 07769 557949
And check out our Facebook Group
If you would like further information before coming along on the night, please contact Nicky on 01769 580581 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Fancy keeping fit whilst socialising and having a great time? If you used to play badminton and want to get back into it, drop in and have a go!
Every Wednesday at the Parish Hall, 7.30 pm - 10.00 pm. £2.50 per person for the evening, beverages and shuttlecocks provided for free. Racquets available if required.
The bell-ringers meet to practise every Thursday evening from 7 - 9, and ring for regular church services, as well as for weddings and funerals, celebrations and commemorations.
Follow this link for more information
COFFEE AND CHAT
The coffee club is held at the Methodist school hall on the first Wednesday of each month between 10.00 & 12.00. You will not be asked to join a committee or have any religious connections. Just come along for coffee or tea & biscuits, for which you pay what you like, and a chance to chat with fellow Kings Nympton folk.
Everyone of any age is welcome.
If you would like to join us & think you might need a lift or you need more information please contact Judith Sing, Margaret Tucker, Sue Worman, Joyce Evans, Frankie Peck or Jean Keylock
The Society is a constitutionally founded organisation dedicated to the study and recording of the places, people and general history of the parish. Membership £5.00 per annum.
Find out more about the Kings Nympton History Society here.
We would love to help you if you have a Kings Nympton connection in your family tree. We have transcribed all the BMDs from 1700, all the Kings Nympton Censii and also tracked Kings Nympton born people through the census records after they have left Kings Nympton.
We have also completely catalogued the location and words on all the gravestones and memorials in both St James's Churchyard and the Methodist Chapel Churchyard.
The Club meet in the Kings Nympton Parish Hall at 7.30 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of the month. No meeting in August.
We have speakers, demonstrations and for the occasional meeting we travel and visit a venue of interest.
For more information see our main page
Although there is no Young Farmers' Club in the village, anyone aged 10-26 with an interest in farming and the countryside can join branches in Meshaw, Chulmleigh or Chittlehampton. They will enjoy the benefits of a club with connections throughout the county and country.
As well as holding lots of social events including public speaking, drama/panto performances and sports there are travel opportunities, life skills and training/ qualifications.
There are also fundraising and charity events including Bingo and Mouse Racing – often events have been held in Kings Nympton.
Check out www.devonyfc.co.uk