Crowle and Thorne Moors Peat Railway Society For further information visit our website (http://peatland.co.uk) , email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Mel Bailey on 01724 710504.
Isle Community Choir Open to everyone who enjoys singing No previous experience necessary Variety of different musical styles Professional singing coach Hannah Doherty Piano accompaniment Venue: St Norbert’s Catholic School (Hall) Fieldside, Crowle, DN174HL Time: 7.30-9.30pm Age range: 18+ Come along and have a go! Call 01724 297077 for more information. Facebook page – https://www.facebook.com/groups/151432552003794/
Crowle Entertainers A community drama group based on the Isle of Axholme. Usually put on at least one production a year – a pantomime – at the Crowle Community Hall. Have been active since 2001. Typically we hold a meeting in July to decide on which Pantomime will be produced and then rehearsals begin in…
We are a newly formed model flying club in North Lincolnshire, main interests being RC Fixed and Rotary Wing models. The club has its own flying field to the North of Crowle. New members will be made most welcome – come down for a free flight before you join to try out the patch –…
Visit our website at http://www.crowlecolts.co.uk for latest news, results league tables etc etc and find out more about what is now one of the biggest club in the Scunthorpe area. If you are interested contact the Chairman Ian Fletcher on 710061 or Secretary, Ros Cooper on 711869
You are invited to the bowls club on any Monday morning at 9.45am or two hours of friendly practice. The meetings are held in the Sports Pavilion, Godnow Road. Transport to and from can be provided. The only equipment needed is a pair of lat shoes Come and have a go!
Crowle & Ealand Regeneration project were formed in 1996 to improve the villages of Crowle and Ealand. For further information contact the Regen Shop in the Market Place 01724 712221 Over this time the organisation has carried out many useful activities including; Supporting local voluntary groups Developed the Regen Way Provided bird tables and outside…
The society meet in Crowle Community Hub on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:30pm. For more details contact Angus Townley email@example.com
Youth Club, Church Street Monday evening 6 pm – Beavers 6:30 pm – Cubs & Scouts
Crowle Bowls club meet at their green on Church Lane. Church Lane is a footpath that runs between Cross Street and Church Street. You will need to find on-street parking on either of these two roads. View Larger Map