High Halstow Community Site

High Halstow Community Clubs and Organisations


Local Groups

If your High Halstow group is not featured please send details to gary@highhalstow.org.uk

ABC High Halstow Badminton Club

A Badminton Club for persons wishing to play League Badminton. Village Hall, Wednesday 8pm (1st Sept until 31st May club night). (Matches 7pm) We at present run 3 teams; 1 mixed team in Medway League Division 1, 1 mixed team in Rainham League Division 3, 1 men’s team in Rainham Men’s Division 3. Club night […] Read more

Community Choir

At the end of last year, a group of singers was needed for some community events and Ken and Maggie, both of whom have long been associated with local choirs, got together with a group of enthusiastic villagers who were very keen to sing and help the community. There were no auditions – just a love of music!. Please click here to read more

Deangate Community Partnership

The Deangate Community Partnership was set up on the 6th February 2018 to promote Deangate Ridge as a centre of health and wellbeing for the people of the Hoo Peninsula and surrounding area.

Our aim is to foster healthy living lifestyles and wellbeing by providing a safe, green, attractive and inclusive environment that will encourage people from all sectors of the community to increase their everyday activity and social interaction through different forms of physical activity and sport. For full details please click here

Deangate Ridge Indoor Bowls Club

Weekend matches. To promote Indoor Bowls throughout the area. Young persons from the age of 8-16 play each Sunday morning. Grown-ups have Men’s matches, Mixed matches and Ladies matches. Deangate Ridge Indoor Bowls Centre, Dux Court Road, Hoo (High Halstow side of the A228). Contact: Alan Penney, 01474 814715.


A pantomime in winter and the variety show in summer. For past programmes and comments please click here
Show to be announced

Friends of St Margaret’s Church High Halstow

“The aim of the Friends is to support the Parochial Church Council (PCC) in maintaining the fabric, the churchyard and furnishings of St Margaret’s Church, High Halstow”

The aim of the Friends of St. Margaret’s Church, High Halstow, is to promote wide interest in the care and preservation of St Margaret’s Church and its history, to provide a focus of support for it and to support the (PCC) in maintaining the fabric, the churchyard and furnishings of the building.

It is recognised that many people see the Church in the community as an integral part of their environment, even if they do not attend services on a regular basis. Some can attend services only occasionally; others were baptised or married here; others are visitors or local residents who simply have an affection for the church which has been here for hundreds of years.

Please join us and help to ensure that future generations can continue to use and enjoy this lovely church.

Please click here for more information

Gardening Club

High Halstow and District Gardening Club meet for 11 months of the year in the Memorial Hall on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 8p.m. There is a Spring Show in March for members only. Our Annual Show in August which is held in the Village Hall, is open to everyone to enter. We […] Read more

High Halstow Cricket Club

For news and updates of the Village cricket club please visit www.highhalstow.play-cricket.com

High Halstow Hikers Walking Club

Do you enjoy the air and views of the countryside and enjoy walking in the company of like-minded people? Yes? Then why not join the High Halstow Hikers For the next few months all walks will be on the SECOND SUNDAY of the month. In the next HH Times we will provide the details of […] Read more

High Halstow Investors Club

This club meet in members’ homes on 3rd Tuesday every month at 8p.m. Now in our fourteenth year. Originally started by those interested in the Stock Market and wanting to invest and gain knowledge. Initial subscription of £100 and £25 per month thereafter. Regular monthly meetings and daily contact by E-Mail, enabling fast response to […] Read more

High Halstow PTA

For news and views from the PTA please click here

Karmann Dance Group

The pupils and students at the Karmann Dance Centre, based at High Halstow, Lower Stoke and Allhallows celebrated another successful year at their Presentation Evening awarding Star Awards and Certificates for Ballet, Tap, Theatrecraft, Freestyle and Street Please click here to read more November 2014

King’s Kitchen

The Kings Kitchen opens every Tuesday morning from 10.00 till 13.00 in the Memorial Hall. Serving teas, coffee, hot chocolate, soup and a selection of cakes and biscuits. There will be a warm welcome from your host Liz Meredith and a relaxing atmosphere to get over the trauma of the school run! So don’t just […] Read more

Mother’s and Toddlers

Pilates With Joy

Pilates classes are available at High Halstow War Memorial Hall on Friday afternoons at 2.15pm. Pilates exercises are a gentle form of stretching that tones and conditions your muscles while building up your core strength, increasing mobility and flexibility. […] Read more

Pre School

High Halstow Pre-school Limited is a private Pre-school situated in a purpose built modular building within the grounds of High Halstow Primary School.

We enjoy an extensive outdoor area which incorporates a very large all-weather artificial grass covered area, hard landscaping, climbing frame on astro turf which incorporates a critical fall height, pirate ship, a living willow dome, sheds for our numerous resources, grassed area, a large sandpit and a special gardening area where children can enjoy growing their own fruit, flowers, herbs and vegetables in raised beds.

Our accommodation inside consists of one large room, three child-size toilets and basins, disabled/staff toilet and nappy changing area, kitchen and a lobby. We have two rooms adjoining the main building. The first is used as a transition cloakroom which allows free flow to the inside/outside areas. The second room is used to teach children in smaller groups. Please click here for more information

Quiz Nights

These are held on the last Friday of each month at 7.30 for 8pm in the Memorial Hall where we have tables of 6 or 8, although we are not strict about this, our aim is for everyone to have a good time, the charge is £2.50 per head (but you do have to […] Read more

Stay & Play

St Margaret’s Bell Ringers

The Ringers meet for practice every Tuesday evening between 19.30 and 21.00. They would welcome new members. For more information please contact Alan Driver, the Tower Captain on 252031


This group meet in the Memorial Hall every Thursday evening from 7 until 9pm and make all the various icing figures, etc, that are needed to put on to your special cakes. Contact: Crystal Wakefield, 251849.

Tai Chi for Health

The Village Hall is pleased to announce a new group using the Village Hall

Please click here for further details

Whist Club

This group meet monthly in the Memorial Hall from April to November on the fourth Saturday of the month at 7.30p.m. They also visit different venues in the area on other Saturdays. Contact: Freda Jordan, 251820.

Women’s Institute


We meet in the Memorial Hall on the first Wednesday of every month at 7.30p.m. Members pay a yearly subscription. We are a very friendly organisation and to date we have 34 paid-up members. Our programme is varied, most months we have a speaker on a variety of subjects such as The Tower of London, […] Read more

Youth Club

The Club meets on Tuesdays during term time from 7.00 pm to 8.45 pm and is run for local children aged 9 and over.

Enquiries should be directed to info@hhyouthclub.co.uk or people can call the Membership Secretary, Karyn Vernon on 07930 924 319.

There is a new Youth Club Website.




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