Southam Community Groups Alliance Directory

Southam has a thriving and active community life with a wide range of clubs and organisations. Check out the directory below to find out how to get involved in the local community and what you can do to support projects, groups and individuals in Southam.

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Fully Inclusive stay and play group aimed at children with additional needs and their parents/carers – but ALL are welcome.

Galanos House – Volunteers

Striving to enhance and maximise the opportunities for all our wonderful residents.

Public Rights of Way Group

We work on keeping the public footpaths clear and useable to all walkers.

Rotary Club of Southam 2000

Part of a global Charity where people unite to take action to improve the lot of various local, national and international situations

Rubbish Friends Southam

Keeping Southam free of litter for the benefit of residents, visitors and wildlife.

Short Mat Bowls Club

We are a Group for Men and Women of any age who want gentle exercise and company.

Southam & District Bridge Club

We play friendly, social and competitive Bridge.

Southam & District Lions Club

Southam Lions is a well-known group of likeminded individuals who strive to SERVE the community of Southam & District and have done so for over 50 years.

Southam Business Community CIC

A group for business owners around Southam to meet, support each other and co-operate on publicising their offerings.

Southam Christmas Lights

We organise and coordinate yearly lights switch-on and the funding to run them.

Southam Community Church

We are a warm and welcoming group of Christians, sharing the love of Jesus with the local community and meeting together in the church building on Coventry Street.

Southam First

To help make Southam a place where people want to live, work, shop and visit.

Southam Gymnastics

Children’s Gymnastics Club

Southam Heritage Collection

Heritage. Local history. Education.

Southam in Bloom

Southam in Bloom is a voluntary organisation dedicated to making our town a brighter and better place to live and work.

Southam Melody Makers

A ladies’ community choir, accessible to all ages, irrespective of musical experience.

Southam Produce Association

A friendly and welcoming allotment association, managed by a team of volunteers. We provide Southam residents with very affordable plots of land, for the purpose of growing their own produce.

Southam Ramblers

Group walks and other social gatherings

Southam Roller Skaters

Adults-only roller skating for fun group.

Southam Stitch by Stitch

A weekly meeting for those who enjoy all sorts of textile crafts.

Southam Swimming Club

We are a small, community based competitive swimming club for all ages and abilities.

Southam Twinning Association

To promote friendship with our twin town in France.

St. James Church

Church of England Parish Church for Southam

Warwickshire Vision Support

Disability / Visual Impairment / Support



Can’t Find What You’re Looking For?

Can't find what you are looking for? Southam Town Community Group AllianceStart a New Group!

If you are looking for a group around some specific activity or pastime, you may well have found it in this big list.  If you haven’t, why not start your own group?  It’s easier than you think. The easiest way to start a new group is to fire off plenty of posts on social media and physical notice boards, appealing for others with the same specific interest as you.  Before you know it, you will have a number of enthusiastic people who want to get together and share an interest or activity. Local pubs or cafés are ideal as an initial meeting place (don’t forget to buy something). As your group grows, it may need to manage funds and help is available to guide you through making a short constitution and keeping simple accounts. If you need larger places to meet, there are many venues in Southam that are available but most cost a little money to hire. Contact the Community Groups Alliance for more information

What new members can expect?

To attract people, you need to be clear on the interest of your proposed group and what you think members might get up to. It’s important to be flexible too as more people join and contribute ideas.

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