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The club is open to all. You can play when it suits you, and take part in friendly or competitive matches with other clubs. Enjoy the benefits of regular exercise, meet new people, make new friends.
We have two teams in our club both play on Saturdays. We would also like to start a Sunday team. This year Crossbats Cricket Club have joined forces with Hampton Wick Royal Cricket Club. In partnership with HWRCC we can now offer a wider variety of opportunities to club members with league cricket and colts.
Crossbats will continue to play "friendly" games at Moormead with a fixture list built up over the last 15 years.
So if you are young or old and want to play social cricket and perhaps have not played cricket since school we want you! Just visit our web site and fill in the sign up form and we will be in touch.
Classes held during school term-time at Orleans Primary School, St Margarets:
For all enquiries please contact Sensei Ben Pethick
Crown Cycles is an independent bike shop located in the heart of St Margarets village.
Every Saturday morning from 10am to 11am there is football for children , ages 4 through 12 in Moormead Park. It is run by the dad's on a volunteer basis. It is also free (although the occasional hat is passed around if a new piece of equipment is needed) and you can come any days you wish, nothing formal.
They play all Saturdays when there was school the preceding Friday.
Complete health and fitness training for the body, mind and spirit.
Worn down by life, stressed out by work, bored with the gym (or never been in it!)? Training in traditional Chinese Martial Arts may be the answer.
Classes are taught four nights weekly in Twickenham and Isleworth by Nick Fielding, a professional instructor with ten years of experience. Come along to kick start your health, strength, flexibility, stamina and zest for life. Suitable for all ages, abilities and fitness levels.
Childrens classes for fitness, fun and self-defence are taught separately during school terms - please contact Nick or see the website for more details.
On Sunday mornings from 10am to 11am there is football for girls, ages 4 through 12 in Moormead Park. It is run by some dad's on a volunteer basis and includes some excellent coaching.
They play all Sundays when there was school the preceding Friday.
Friendly West London Sports Club with Rugby, Netball and Softball teams.
We are always looking for players of all abilities.
Fabulous facilities including floodlit training pitch and all weather courts, with a beautiful club house set in 9 acres.
Halfbacks Rugby is a fun and exciting new concept designed to teach children aged 2 - 7 the values of rugby union, enabling them to develop their confidence, physical and social skills, and ultimately be kids! Our coaches are at the top of there game providing innovative and outstanding rugby games every week. We will have rugby based play sessions provided by RFU recognised coaches who will plan and deliver effective, fun and educationally effective sessions.
The Harlequin Football Club (The Harlequins or Quins for short) is an English rugby union team who play in the top level of English rugby, the Premiership. Their ground in London is Twickenham Stoop.
Kiddikicks wholeheartedly aims to keep children playing sport long into adulthood by giving them a positive introduction to sport using the Kiddikicks syllabus of super-fun football developing real football skills and life skills in a safe, creative environment. The Kiddikicks syllabus is constantly evolving to keep up with the latest thinking and children's bodies and minds.
Love Yoga London is run by Sammie Mason a qualified teacher with the British Wheel of Yoga.
The foundations of Richmond Athletic Association are firmly built around Rugby.
For over a hundred years we've been the home ground for both Richmond and London Scottish FC, together we've gone through all their highs and their inevitable lows.
Our main purpose is to maintain the grounds and to help both clubs push for success.
Richmond Canoe Club was founded in 1944. Today, the club concentrates on sprint and marathon racing and recreational paddling, both in canoes and kayaks.
The club has 6 grass courts, 3 all weather tiger turf courts and 4 hard courts. Membership is open to all.
Tucked away in a quiet corner Richmond Yacht Club is one of Eel Pie's best-kept secrets -- a small and massively friendly clubhouse and hall overlooking the river. With a stage, complete with a sound system, its own bar and well-equipped kitchen Richmond Yacht Club is a perfect venue for parties, dinners, wedding receptions and special celebrations ...and with its own landing stage, you can even arrive by boat.
If you would like to find out more about hiring this unique and rather magical place -- please contact Phillip Chart.
Remember -- once you've crossed the bridge you are in a different world!
The Rugby Football Union is the national governing body for grassroots and elite rugby in England, with 1,900 autonomous rugby clubs in its membership.
We're a friendly club with a broad range of experience. Come and join us for a ride on Sunday.
We usually cycle between 40 and 70 miles.
There are normally two groups that go out. The "pros" usually do an average of 18 to 22 mph whilst the "cons" or "conversationalists" aim for an average of 14 - 18 mph.
Anglers dedicated to protecting and improving the River Thames
The TAC is a Free to join voluntary organisation established at the beginning of 2010 and run by anglers, wanting to help in the conservation of the River Thames.
As anglers we spend a vast amount of time by the river and collectively we hold an incredible amount of knowledge about the fish that the river contains. Many of us have fished the river for the best part of our lives during which time we have all noticed changes in our catches and the environment.
Along with being a conservation group, we are also Thames fishing club. We have a vibrant forum where members can discuss catches, post pictures get advice on any subject. We hold regular friendly matches and fish together's where members can meet up and enjoy time on the river. Our membership has a wide range of abilities, experience and fishing styles, unlike many other groups we are not single species or only specialist.
Above all, we at the TAC are dedicated to protecting and improving the River Thames for the benefit of all. We hope you will join us in trying to make the Thames a better place for both native wildlife and those that appreciate it. We welcome your support and ask that you become a member and get involved in what we are trying to do.
Nordic Walking evolved in the 1930's by cross-country skiers who wanted to retain their fitness during the summer months.
Suitable for all abilities, this is an excellent activity and a great way to get fit. Supporting all the joints and burning 46% more calories than normal walking, toning the upper and lower body as you learn the technique. Each session lasts 90 minutes and all equipment supplied.
To book a taster session or a course please call qualified instructor Beverley Boon at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07903 356 092.
Twickenham Rowing Club was founded in 1860 and is one of the oldest and largest rowing clubs in London. The club, based on Eel Pie Island, sits on a uniquely beautiful stretch of the Thames which makes it an idyllic place to row.
The "Home of Rugby", Twickenham is the national stadium for the Rugby Football Union and a dominate fixture in the Twickenham, Richmond and St Margarets area, specially on game days when the transport links, pubs and roads are filled with fans.
Twickenham Stoop, home of Harlequins Rugby League.
Arguably the best club rugby stadium in the country, you'll find a great atmosphere, modern facilities, luxurious hospitality and long, fully-stocked bars!