Bridestowe Village Hall is a fantastic facility, that can be used for a wide range of events.
The Bridestowe website is a great way to get involved and be a part of the online community.
Local Business and organisations in and around Bridestowe.
Events & Activities in Bridestowe
With roots in village cricket, Bridestowe Cricket Club now fields two Saturday League sides and an evening league side as well as having an active youth section. We are always looking for help, both on and off the pitch. Being entirely self funded and with rising costs, our regular sponsors and vice-presidents are very important to the continuation of the club. If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, vice-president or making a one-off donation, please contact us.
Contact: Mark Fogerty 01837 861682
Beavers, Cubs and Scouts
Scouting is all about fun, challenge and adventure. Bridestowe Scout Group helps young people learn new skills, make new friends and experience the incredible environment of Dartmoor National Park. They meet on Wednesday evenings during term time at the Village Hall and have sections for Beavers (6-8 years), Cubs (8-10.5 years) and Scouts (10.5-14 years). Visit the website to find out more.
Over 60’s Luncheon Club
Meets on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Methodist Hall.
Contact: Jennifer Thorne 01837 861592
Usually held on the 2nd Wednesday of the month at 8pm at The White Hart. The Quiz Nights raise funds for charitable organisations linked with the village.
Contact: The White Hart 01837 861318
Bridestowe Volunteer Group
Always on the look out for people to help with tidying and keeping the village looking it’s best. Upcoming dates are in the BaSE magazine. Anyone wishing to join us will be made very welcome.
Contact: John Ware 01837 861193
Bridestowe's Queen Bees
Meet regularily at Bridestowe Village Hall. Meeting restarting in January 2022!
Contact: Trish Butler 01837 861385
The 59 Club
The 59 Club raises funds for the Village Hall. The monthly draw results are published in the BaSE magazine.
Contact Alison Young 01837 861157
YOGA on Thursdays at 6.30pm for about and hour and a bit…. Classes designed to be accessible, so, no, you don’t have to be flexible. You practice in a way that works for your own body. I prompt proprioception (awareness of what’s happening inside your own body) and a meditative attitude. Emphasis is on exploration, it is quite gentle and strengthening at the same time, and there is no expectation of performance. You will finish your class feeling at peace, relaxed and in touch with your self. Try us out! £8 drop in. £40 for 6 classes.
Contact: Tracy 07866043434
Ellodie Stott School For Dance
Ellodie Stott School for Dance was established 2011 with the aim to make dance accessible to everyone. Ellodie completed her teacher training with Royal Academy of Dance and is an RAD registered teacher.
Classes run at Bridestowe Village Hall on Monday afternoons. RAD Ballet from 3+Years and Street Dance from 6+Years.
Contact: Ellodie 07890420493