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Yoga with Atsuko Atsuko offers yoga classes and weekend workshops at the Hall. Weekly classes are on:- Monday 10am. Tuesday 7.00pm. Wednesday 10am. Friday 10am.

Also 3 weekend yoga workshops every month.


Atsuko has been teaching yoga continuously for over 22 years. She runs friendly classes which suit everyone including beginners.
Please search ‘yoga with Atsuko’ in Google or Facebook.
Enquiry – 07500 497162 or 01237 451813
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Alwington Dance Club


Dance Club

Alwington Dance Club was formed in 1974, two local farmers, Charlie Pickard of Ford Farm and Edwin Poole of Moore Park Farm wanted themselves, and their families, to learn to dance in order to make family gatherings more enjoyable. They approached Pat and Cyril Blight and asked if they could teach them.


Pat had just undergone major surgery for breast cancer and was under remission and needed to overcome the lack of muscle movement in her arm. Eventually she agreed to form the club providing everyone was careful with her and those attending paid an entrance fee to raise funds for urgent cancer equipment in Bideford Hospital. Numbers soon grew and thus Alwington Dance Club was formed.


Over the years the club has raised thousands of pounds towards the purchasing and provision of cancer equipment in the local area.
Sadly, Pat passed away in 2015, aged 81, but her legacy of Alwington Dance Club is still going strong, now run by her son Adrian and his wife Denise. The main aim is to provide the fun of social and sequence dancing which can be enjoyed by all ages and for the needed funds to be raised for the cause.


In December 2016 the group presented the Village Hall with a defibrillator.

We are always looking for new members so if you would like to try sequence ballroom come along on our dance night, any Thursday evening from:- 


September to April from 8.00pm. – 10.00pm.


For more information please contact Adrian or Denise on 01237 451749.


MishmashFormed in 2009 “Mishmash” is an entertainment group in North Devon whose members love to sing and offer concerts for the elderly and less able. “Mishmash” is a not-for-profit group which offers a lively programme of popular songs, humorous poems and jokes for our audiences.

“Mishmash” welcomes, and would like, new members. The group operates between autumn to spring with fortnightly rehearsals at Alwington Village Hall on a Thursday morning. Every new season
starts in September with a challenge to learn
new songs before concerts commence in October.


If you feel attracted to the Mishmash ideal and can volunteer for a few hours each month, chat to:-

Ginette on 01237 421274.


Working with our group you will meet and make good friends and bring pleasure into someone’s life.

Soul Intention

Soul Intention

Soul Intention is a ten piece soul band playing soul, rock and dance classics.
The band is made up of bass and lead guitars, drums, keyboard, 3 saxophones and trumpet, with one female and one male singer. The band was started about 3 years ago by Trevor Davis following a letter in the ‘Gazette’.


Since then the band has been playing at many different venues in North Devon for:-



Birthday parties

Charitable events


The band has been rehearsing in Alwington Village Hall ever since they were formed.


If you would like to hear more, or are interested in booking the band,

please contact:-


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Telephone 01271 860379.



Short Mat Bowls

Short Mat Bowls 

The Bowls Club runs on a Wednesday

Evening starting at 7.30pm.


A small social club that would welcome anyone who

would like to pop along for a roll up.


badmingtonA badminton group has recently formed, just for fun, if you would like to join them go along to the hall on a Friday evening between 6.30 and 7.30pm.

Parish Council

Alwington Parish Council meets in the Village Hall Committee Room bi-monthly. Parishioners are invited to attend all meetings of the Parish Council, and during the public session can raise local issues for investigation or action by the council.


In May each year, there will be an opportunity for Parishioners to put themselves forward for election to the Parish Council. Anyone interested should contact the Parish Clerk, Malcolm Harris, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


For details of future Parish Council Meeting dates Click Here


There are two skittles groups, the Men who meet on Monday evening and the Ladies meet on Wednesday evenings. This may change if there is an away match. New members are always welcome, if you would like to know more please contact:


Eddie Poole – 01237 451396




Mrs. Val Westlake – 01237 421228