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Bears Netball Club
A Club for all. From school year three up to any age. Training for juniors Wednesday 5.30pm- 7pm. Seniors Tuesday evening.
Email: Tel: 07956 356717.
Belhus Ladies Cricket Club
Free introductory coaching available, female coaches, equipment supplied.
Tel: 01708 862220/07817 066935.
Blackshots Senior Citizens Bowls Club
Lawn Bowls played at Blackshots bowling greens on Tuesdays and Thursdays 2pm. This club is for the over 50s and is not included in any league, it is purely friendly games and club roll-ups.
For more info call 01375 374623.
Chafford Hundred Running Group
A local non competitive, friendly and supportive running group always looking for new members to join us. We do not charge any fees, subs etc. on occasion we run competitions for our runners and may ask for £1 to enter. We meet on; Tues @ 7.15pm; Thurs @ 7pm; Fri @ 9.15; Sun @ 8am Web:
Corringham Bowling Club
Lawn Bowls played at Corringham Recreation Ground, Recreation Ave, Corringham, Essex. All ages welcome. Tel: 01268 581009.
Drums Bowls Club
Lawn Bowls played at Blackshots. Catering for all ages and abilities.
Tel: 01375 401021/07948 600199.

Fobbing and District Bowling Club
Recreation Ground, Recreation Avenue, Corringham. All ages and abilities welcome to try out and play. Both friendly and competitive bowling available. Good Social Calendar
Contact: 01375408135.
Grangewaters Sailing
Sessions weekly and monthly. Mixed abilities. Loan boats available.
Grangewaters Kayak Club
Sessions run weekly and monthly. Mixed abilities. Equipment available
Tel: 01708856422
Grangewaters Climbing Club
10m tower, fully qualified intructors. Beginners welcome.
Grangewaters Orienteering
New members always welcome.
Tel: 01708856422
Grays Table Tennis Club
Web: Tennis_Club_4.aspx.
Contacts: Martin 07546 224 731, email or George 07815 680 571, email
Langdon Hills Golf Club
Golfmark and CASC registered. Various options of membership available with special deals for families. Regular competitions and social events. Golf lessons. 27 holes.
New Phoenix Bowls Club
Lawn Bowls played at Purfleet Road Aveley. New members welcome. Coaching for all age. Tel: Charlie 01708865132.
Orsett Bowling Club
Rowley Road,?Orsett. New members welcome any ages and abilities.Contact: Secretary Hazel Beauchamp, 01375 671201. email:
Sessen Ryu Karate
Karate classes for adults and children over 5 years. Classes in Pitsea, Basildon, Stanford-le-Hope, Corringham and Horndon on the Hill.
Beginners’ courses run throughout the year. Tel: 01375 640609/07899677715
Springhouse Bowls Club (Outdoor and Short Mat).
All bowlers welcome of any ages and abilities. Short Mat from September-April Thursday evenings from 7-9pm. Outdoor season from April-September. Springhouse Club, Springhouse Rd, Corringham, SS17 7QT.

Tel: Mitchell Young 077921881921, email:
South Ockendon Bowling Club
Free bowling lessons, just bring along flat shoes and give it a try at South Ockendon BC, part of the recreation ground behind the Church. Secretary: Margaret Mills 01708 857899.
Stanford-le-Hope Cricket Club
Stanford Recreation Ground, Grove Road, Stanford-le-Hope, SS17 0ED. Web: New members welcome, young and old. Four Saturday XIs, One Sunday XI. We have a range of junior teams. Contact: Adam Knight. Email:
Sugarloaf RDA Group
Disabled adults and children are able to enjoy the benefits of riding horses. New volunteers and riders welcome.Foxhounds Riding School, Baker Street, Orsett, Essex RM16 3LJ. Email: Tel: 07936 031086.
Table Tennis Stanford-le-Hope
Meets every Thursday at St Margaret’s church hall from 2 to 4pm. All levels welcome, we are very friendly. First session free then £3 plus 50p for use of car park. We have a break halfway for tea or coffee included in price. The club is non-profit making all funds go to church. Call: Linda Hort, 07927 648926..
Tai Chi for Health
Promoting active ageing and healthy living. Classes to suit all abilities including tai chi, yoga and much more. Email: Web:
Tel: 07815 910021 or 01375 408912
Video: /user/tc4hessex.
Thames Sports Bowls Club
Lawn bowls in Purfleet at Thames Sport Bowls Club. Telephone Dave on 01375 373814 or 07764 611001. All ages and ability catered for. Email:
Thurrock Assoc of Cricket Officials
Courses for potential umpires and scorers or players or coaches wishing to learn more about the laws of cricket. Meet weekly on a Wednesday evening between October and April at Tilbury Community Centre. Email: Tel: 07788452852.
Thurrock Community Sports Club
Gable Hall School, Corringham.
We train youth and adult how to play Volleyball & Basketball. Saturday: 2-3.30 Basketball, 3.30 to 5pm Volleyball (For both novice & pro). Tuesday: 7-9-Basketball. Wednesday: 7.8.30 Volleyball. Email:
Thurrock Bowls Club Green: King George V Playing Field, Blackshots Lane, Grays, Essex, RM16 2JU

Secretary: Mr I Barrow, 75 Heathview Road, Grays. Essex, RM16 2RS. 07763325683

Chairman: Mr T Chamberlin, 10 Whitehall Road, Grays, Essex. RM17 5NT. 07971850243

Thurrock Hockey Club
Contact through the website. Training at Palmer’s College Astro. Wednesdays – Minis/Youth 7pm. Senior Men and Ladies 8pm. New members very welcome.

Thurrock Junior Badminton Club
The club is for 7-17 year olds, all abilities, Wednesday 5.30pm-7.30pm at William Edwards Sports Centre, Grays. Basic BSL communication for deaf players.
Thurrock Lawn Tennis Club
Contact Contact Gavin on 07857 266212 or Jo on 07890 579599 if you wish to play tennis socially, in leagues or in competitions. Coaching for all ages and abilities. Email:
Thurrock Model Flying Club
Contact us if you wish to learn to fly radio-controlled model aircraft or can already do so. Email:
Thurrock Riding Club
Thames Rugby Club
Thames is a progressive club looking to expand. New members, supporters and players are welcome. Thames is also home to football and cricket clubs. Call 07957 155225 or email:
Thurrock Rugby Club
New players, supporters, and volunteers welcome. All ages and experience. 01375374877. Email:
Thurrock Sports Council
Local sports can register with us for free they will then be able to apply for small funds to help their club. Clubs can publicise their activities and those without a web site can have a page on our site. Email:
Thurrock Swimming Club
Find out about learning, competitive and masters swimming. Email:
Thurrock Tigers FC
TTFC is a Community Based Football Club which trains in Thurrock for children boys and girls, of ALL abilities aged from 7-16 years old. We are a Charter Standard Club with FA trained and CRB checked coaches. TTFC does not “trial” children so all children are welcome. An academy is now open for children aged 5-7 years old, all abilities welcome both boys & girls.
Training is held on Saturdays, midweek & matches are played each Sunday. Tel: 07747 041898.
Thurrock Yacht Club
Offers some of the best sailing and motorboating facilities on the Thames with extensive swinging and trot moorings, a spacious clubhouse and bar, free car parking, foreshore equipment, mobile gantry and enthusiastic members. The club has an active racing, cruising and social calendar. It’s open all year and has access to the Thames at all states of the tide. We are just adjacent to Grays town centre. We are always looking for new members, whether you own a boat or not. Visit any Thursday night from about 8pm or Saturday and Sunday lunch times.
Tel: 01375 373720. Email:
Trailnet Cycling
Offering off-road cycling for all ages and abilities from our base in Thorndon Country Park. Cycle lessons; group rides; disability cycling. Please contact us to see how we can help you get riding. Call 01277 811012; Email
United Services Bowls Club
Tel: 01375 679933. Lawn Bowls played at Stanford-le-Hope Recreation Ground, Grove Road, Stanford-le-Hope. Looking for new members, all welcome.
Water Assisted Disabled Exercise and Rehabilitation Scheme (WADERS)
Blackshots on Tuesday 8-9pm; Corringham on Friday; 11.45am-12.30pm “more gentle exercise” or 12.30pm-13.15pm “more dynamic exercise.”

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