Upper Hardres parish has many active clubs and societies. Read their reports to the 2015 Annual Parish Meeting here:
Bossingham Sports & Leisure Trust Report
Bossingham Village Hall Report
Bossingham Youth Club Report
1st Bossingham Brownies Report
Challenge Youth Group Report – Duke of Edinburgh Award
Footpath Warden Report
Parish Magazine Report
PCSO Report PCSO: Beating Garage Crime PCSO: Rural Crime Advice PCSO: Seasonal crime & garden advice PCSO: Securing your shed
Stelling Minnis & upper Hardres History Group Report
Stelling Minnis Primary School Report
The Hundred Report
Tree Warden Report
To find out details for any of the following local groups and organisations, click on the relevant link:
Bossingham Pre-school Bossingham Pre-School has been established since 1985. Providing a welcoming and stimulating environment with an extensive program of activities and learning for children of 2-5 years including special needs.
Rainbows Bossingham Rainbows met on Mondays in term time at Bossingham Village Hall from 5:00 to 6:00pm.
Brownies The 1st Bossingham Brownie pack meets each Thursday in term time at Stelling Minnis Village Hall from 5:30 to 7:00pm.
Bossingham Youth Club Bossingham Youth Club runs twice each month on Fridays 7-9pm at Bossingham Village Hall.
Stelling Minnis School Although it is just outside the parish boundary, Stelling Minnis School has close links with both Upper Hardres and Stelling Minnis Parishes.
Bossingham Sports & Leisure Trust Raising funds to provide free-to-use outdoor sports and leisure equipment for all ages on Bossingham Playing Field, behind Bossingham Village Hall.
Hundred Club This is an organisation linking the villages of Bossingham, Lower Hardres, Nackington, Petham, Stelling Minnis, Upper Hardres and Waltham. The purpose is to create and effect requested activities and opportunities which may be beyond the scope of the separate villages and their current societies.