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Clubs and Organisations

Jumble Sales / Boot Sales / Markets
Boot Sales
Regular Car Boot sales are held in the car park of Foxhall Stadium every Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays from March until September.
Jumble Sales
Sat 09:30-11:00 (Usually 2nd Sat of Month)
Kesgrave Market is under cover in the Scout Hall every 3rd Saturday of the month, where you will find a variety of locally produced fresh meat, meat products, bakery goods, fruit and vegetables, juices, preserves and a selection of craft goods. There are also occassionally free activities and charity stalls.
Martial Arts
Karate is one of the most popular and respected Martial Arts in the world. GKR Karate promotes Karate for everyone, including children from 5 yrs old through to men, women and families of all ages.
If your goal is achieving black belt or simply to improve your fitness, co-ordination or mental agility then please come along to one of our sessions or contact us for more information.
Just turn up to take part.
Eyes down.....its Bingo night. Members only
Chair Leading
Vikings All Star is a cheerleading club for children and teenagers in Suffolk. Our coaches have experienced first hand the joy that cheer sports can bring to your life and are passionate about sharing that with the youth of Suffolk.
Cyr and German Wheel Gymnastics
Fancy trying a sport that's completely different?. We are the only club in England to practise the fun, exhilarating Sport of Rhönrads.
Motor Sports
The Ipswich Witches are a British speedway club based at Foxhall Stadium.
Stock Cars / Hot Rods
Foxhall International Raceway is a 382 metre tarmac oval and is the fastest and largest track that Spedeworth promotes. It is the home to many of the major championships offered by Spedeworth.
Come along and see our exhibition of the history of Suffolk aviation, a full size replica of Edith Cooks Bleriot and many other interesting exhibits.
Raquet Sports
Come along and play badminton in a relaxed and fun environment. Improve your game and fitness levels. No booking necessary, just turn up and play! Rule of 6 and two households apply.
Woodbridge Badminton Club is one of the biggest badminton clubs in Suffolk. If you are looking for good competitive badminton or want to come back to the game after a break, why not come along and try us out? We play in the Ipswich and District Badminton League where we enter a number of teams.
You can enjoy tennis, coaching and club play sessions throughout the year (as long as the weather conditions are suitable for safe play).

We have four, all-weather courts, floodlights and a cosy clubhouse with modern facilities. Members can easily reserve courts, and book coaching on-line.
Reading and Writing
Reading Sessions
Love reading but always read the same authors and genres? Why not try something different?
Late Jul - Early Sep tbc.
Fun stories, rhymes, and songs every Friday in the library. No need to book – just pop along.
These are free activities for pre-school children and their parents or carers.
Singing Groups
Funky Voices sets itself apart from other community choirs offering singers a multitude of varied experiences, you're welcome to take as little or as much out of your experience as you would like
Kesgrave Singers are a community choir. All singers are keen amateurs singing for their own pleasure and to bring a bit of joy to other people.
My Choir Rocks is an independent rock choir for children. We encourage a love of music and help to promote self confidence and fun. Come and give it a go today!
Social / Support Groups / Societies
Associations, Guilds and Societies
The Boundless Ipswich Group meet on the 2nd of each month in Kesgrave, this group take part in a variety of organised activities and social events from regular club nights and games evenings in the winter, to photographic treasure hunts and outdoor activities in the summer months.
A voluntary association of people who share in a common interest in the National trust, heritage and countryside.
Our aims are to hold regular meetings with informative and entertaining speakers. We also aim to raise money for local charities.
Mothers’ Union is an international Christian membership charity that aims to demonstrate the Christian faith in action through the transformation of communities worldwide.
The University of the Third Age (U3A) in East Suffolk is a thriving cooperative offering educational, recreational and social activities for its members, who are in their ‘third age’ — the time after they have finished working full-time or raising a family and have the time and opportunity to pursue their interests or try something new.
Founded in 1927, Kesgrave WI has around 42 members. Visitors and new members are always welcome.
Community Centres / Social Clubs
The Community Centre is available for private functions, corporate and business events, weddings, christenings, funerals and private parties and can cater for 25 - 270.
The social club has a main dance hall and a good sized stage. It is available for bookings for events such as birthdays, anniversary’s, weddings, christenings, funeral wakes and other events. It also has it's own in-house caterer with various hot and cold buffet menus available to cater for most occasions.
Drop in's / Events
Kesgrave Scout Hall, Twelve Acre Approach IP5 1JF

Open Tues to Friday 10 - 1.30pm. Home made cakes scones & sausage rolls, daily hot specials and lunch menu including jackets & toasties. Served at your table, or to take away.
Kesgrave Baptist Church - Drop in for a friendly chat and free tea, coffee, toast, tea cakes and biscuits!
All Saints Kesgrave - Takes place every two months generally on 3rd Sunday at 4.00pm prior to the evening service which is brought forward to 5.00pm and usually takes the form of a songs of praise style service.
All Saints Kesgrave - Why not come along and enjoy an afternoon of traditional games, test your skills at Rummikub or dominoes etc.
All Saints Kesgrave - An opportunity to meet with likeminded people enjoy tea, cake & themed snacks, whilst watching a film together.
Organised by KWMCC and sponsored by Bates Wells & Braithwaite Solicitors Ipswich roughly six times a year on a Tuesday. At our events you can promote your business, network with others and make valuable contacts.
Unit 5 Tesco, Ropes Drive IP5 2FU

2nd Stop was set up in 1999 and raises funds for local organisations by selling quality second-hand goods at reasonable prices.
Citizens Advice helps people find a way forward. We provide free, confidential and independent advice to help people overcome their problems.
Kesgrave Library Community Group supports the library with regular family events, fund-raising and clubs for all ages.
The Kesgrave support network is not going to go away. We want to reassure you that the current Kesgrave support network will continue to support our community as long as it's needed. For Kesgrave Residents the Town Council is taking the lead role.
Social/Support Groups
AMT is an exciting, innovative approach, combining movement, music and improvisation in a highly structured program, in order to enrich the lives of individuals on the Autism Spectrum.
Kesgrave Community Chinwag is for people aged 60+ living in Kesgrave and the surrounding areas.
If you are experiencing problems with your memory or have dementia, please come and join in the various activities and games on offer, and meet the team of very helpful and supportive staff.
The centre provides advice and support for disabled and retired people to help make positive changes to their lives .
The centre provides advice and support for disabled and retired people to help make positive changes to their lives .
A place for families, parents, carers and young people in Suffolk to find support and advice.
Our volunteer who helps run these sessions, is available to help on any aspect that may be worrying you, whether you are currently suffering from cancer or a carer in need of advice.
Just pop along for a natter.
This peer led support group will be run by staff and Jen Evans, who is a menopause advisor and are for anyone who is affected by the menopause and its symptoms.
Target Sports
IT Support
Kesgrave Computer Club is a community driven club for residents of Kesgrave and nearby areas to come together and learn about computing.
Toddler Groups and Activities
Baby Sensory / Play
Babies learn best when they see, hear, touch, taste and smell, so our multi-sensory classes are carefully structured to help your baby develop.
Each week your baby will experience a 30-minute sensory play session led by a qualified teacher, adapted to your baby’s needs and interests. The other half of our session, is dedicated to social development for your baby and friendship building for you!
Jo Jingles offers fun, interactive music, singing and movement classes for preschool children.
Our sessions provide an exciting, fun, learning environment for your little ones to come and explore at their very own pace.
Baby ballet dance classes give every child from six months to six years the chance to dance and have fun!
Free play with each child given a basket of Lego bricks to create designs of their choice. We hope to see you soon.
Bring your little ones to our Stay & Play group for a relaxed and informal opportunity to meet other parents and carers, share experiences and chat.
Activities are free. Parents must stay with under eights.
Toddle Talk are friendly baby signing classes. We use songs, nursery rhymes, sensory props and instruments to keep little ones interested.
Toddler Groups
Kesgrave Come and Play is a baby and toddler group for 0-3 year olds. It is run by Nicola and Jess who are both Mums and Qualified Teachers. Come
Youth Organisations (Scouts, Guides, Youth Clubs etc)
The nearest Aid Cadets units are in Ipswich and Woodbridge
Fun, friendship, action and adventure.
Suffolk Police’s volunteer police cadets and Emergency Services Cadets are an important part of the extended police / fire family.
The nearest Sea Cadet unit is in Ipswich.
We want all girls across the UK to have the space and opportunities they need to thrive, grow and give back to their communities.
We are a strong, active Group providing camps, activities and events, as well as regular weekly meetings at our Scout Hall during term time.
Explorer Scouts are young people aged between 14 and 18 years old. The Raedwald Unit serves Martlesham and Kesgrave.
Sunday School / Church Youth Clubs / Church Toddler Groups
All Saints Church
All Saints Kesgrave - On certain Sundays each month ‘FIG (Faith in God) Family’ runs in the church hall.
All Saints Kesgrave - Little Explorers offers a welcoming, stimulating environment for pre-school aged children to have fun and form friendships alongside their carers.
Kesgrave Baptist Church
Kesgrave Baptist Church - Each Friday during term time, we run 3 youth groups, for different age ranges. Anyone is welcome – come and enjoy a great evening of fun and friendship in a safe environment. You don’t need to be part of the church, or even a Christian.
Kesgrave Baptist Church - Sunday school is held during the morning service most weeks (except very occasionally).
Kesgrave Baptist Church - Tuesday Toddlers is a weekly social group for local toddlers and their carers – for lots of fun, crafts, singing and all kinds of other things (like end of term parties).
The Fields Church
Fields Church - Our Sunday schools for young people.
Youth Clubs
Based at the Millennium Hall, Millennium Way, Kesgrave, young people (ages 10-14) are invited to come along every Thursday evening from 5.30-8.30pm for lots of fun!
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