Clubs & Organisations

Burham Old School (available for hire)

Burham Village offers a wide variety of Clubs and Organisations, catering for all age groups! See below for details and contacts.

Burham Village Hall (available for hire)

Burham Sure Start Centre

We offer the following services to children and families:
*A variety of play sessions and groups for children aged 0-5 years.
*Courses and groups for parents/carers including adult education courses and ante-natal and post natal groups.
*Help for parents to access family support and health services.
*Support for parents who are looking for work or training.
All of our sessions and groups are free of charge (unless otherwise stated) and some include a free healthy snack and drink for your child, so please take a look at what we have to offer your family and come along and see us.
Abbie Restell is happy to help with any information on 03000 418008

Burham Football Club

The Club was formed in 2003 and there are 2 adult teams and 2 teams for youngsters.
The Club now has its own changing facilities at the Old School Community Centre.
Contact:    Paul (Fitz) Fitzpatrick 07805 198937 

Burham Music Hall

This was formed in the early 1970’s. 4 shows are produced over two weekends in March.
All the performers are non-professional and the shows include sketches, musical numbers and solos.
Contact:    Ken Simmons        (01634) 861858

Burham Parish Council Allotments

Full or half allotments (plots) are often available to rent within the village, for more information
Contact:    Dave Young        (01634) 867669

Burham Blue Belles Dance School

This was established in 1990 and meets at the Community Centre on Saturday mornings, 9.30 am – 12 noon, offering classes in ballet, tap and street dance and following the British Ballet Organisation syllabus.  It is open to children aged 3 yrs and above.
Contact:    Awaiting Details

Burham Baton Twirlers

Held in the Village Hall every other Thursday 4.15 pm – 6.30pm.
Contact:    Lyn Robinson        07729 373558

Duet Dance School

This club, established 14 yrs ago, currently has approximately 50 members and meets on a Wednesday 3.30 pm – 7.00 pm at the Old School Community Centre
Contact:    Julie Potter 01634 241171/ Hayley Mann  07834 780669 

Short Mat Bowls Club

The Club was established 15 years ago and has 30 members.
The Club is open to all adult age groups and meets on Monday and Wednesday evenings in the Village Hall 7.30 pm – 10.00 pm.
Contact:  Irene Benton 01634 867466

Women’s Institute

The WI meets on the third Tuesday of each month, at the Village Hall. There is a programme of outside speakers.  The WI has been established 25 years.
Contact:    Eileen Smith        (01634) 867022

Thursday Community Club

This is an informal get-together, meeting in the Community Centre 10.30 – 12 noon, with tea/coffee and cakes.  Hi Kent Hearing Clinic attends once a month and there are sometimes outside speakers, including the Community Warden and Police Community Support Officer.
Contact:  Betty Young   (01634) 867669

Country Lunch

This is held once a month at 1.00 p.m. in the Church Hall, usually the second Thursday in the month.  A simple meal of homemade soup, bread, cheese, apple crumble and tea/coffee is served for £2.00. The lunch is open to all.
Contact: Eileen Smith  (01634) 867022

Bear Paws Quilters

The Club meets at the Community Centre twice a month on Wednesday evening, 7.30 pm -10.00 pm. There are approximately 30 members, covering all adult age groups.
Contact: Janet Kopp  (01634) 375706

Afternoon Tea

This is held in the Church Hall every Tuesday afternoon 3.00 p.m. to 4.30. p.m.
Contact: Eileen Smith  (01634) 867022

Burham & Wouldham Book Club

Meet every other month on a Wednesday evening at various venues.
Contact: Gwen Worcester  (01634) 672060

Force Medway Group

This is a self-defence group for all ages held in the Village Hall on:
Wednesday 6pm -7.15 pm
Friday 6pm – 8.30pm.
Contact:    Stuart or Lorraine Lowe    (01634) 862943, 07557 906249 or click here for more details.

Messy Church

Held on special occasions at various locations
To welcome children and families with activities and fun and to learn about God’s world.
Contact:  Rod Murr  (01634) 868075

Burham Meeting Place

A community group socialising with events for the whole community

Contact: Roger Kiralfy 01634 869900

Book Exchange

1st Saturday in the month, at the Church Hall, 10.30am -12.00. Contact: Eileen Smith  (01634) 867022

Film Club

1st Wednesday of the month, 7.30 pm – finish, Church Hall.
Contact: Margaret Mather (01634) 862258

Burham United Charities

Burham United Charities are a local charitable organisation that provides assistance to those in need living within the old parish boundaries (ie Burham Village and parts of Blue Bell Hill).

Every year the Charity gives grants towards the Winter Fuel costs of retired villagers on restricted incomes.

They can also offer one off grants to help alleviate particular instances of hardship for any resident of the parish.

Parents of school age children may obtain help with some of the costs associated with schooling.

If you, are someone you know, is on a low income or has an exceptional need which is not provided for by Welfare Benefits, we may be able to help.

Contact: Dave Young (01634 867669) or Roger Kiralfy (01634 869900).