"HADS (Horsell Amateur Dramatic Society) is the oldest drama group in the area, having been formed in 1922. Our purpose is to put on plays and similar forms of theatre for the public's entertainment.
Twice a year we put on full-length plays at the Rhoda McGaw Theatre in Woking, as well as entering the Festival of one-act plays run by the Woking Drama Association at the same venue and usually the Spelthorne & Runnymede Drama Festival also.
In addition, we put on performances in our parish hall in Horsell, a village close to Woking centre, where we hold regular play readings open to both members and the curious alike. "
"We play Lawn Bowls from mid-April to the end of September and hold social activities throughout the year ...
We are keen to promote community participation in the game and to this end both beginners and experienced players of all ages are welcome at this friendly club."
Horsell Community Choir has now been established since March 2013 and continues to grow in strength.
New members are welcome and no auditions are required. This is a drop-in choir so you do not need to attend every week. You first visit will be free but thereafter the charge for each session will be £5 payable on the night.
Rehearsals take place every Tuesday 7:30 - 9:30 except during school holidays. For more information go to http://www.horsellsings.org.uk
" Horsell Tennis Club was established in the late 1950's and currently has over 300 members, half of whom are under 16, so we hope we are an encouragement to the local youngsters. We offer coaching for children for 6 weeks a year, just prior to the Wimbledon season and have set aside Saturday afternoons throughout the summer for young members to continue to practice what they have learned.
Regular group tennis is arranged on Tuesday afternoons for all members and a Men's doubles evening every Thursday during the summer, although often members will aim to play all though the winter."
Katrina and Michael welcome you to dance with Century Dance.
"Joining a class is a great way of meeting new friends and having fun while learning to dance. Dance will help you keep your health and boost activity, it will enhance your confidence and balance. Get in touch and start your dancing today!"
Classes are held every Wednesday in Horsell Village Hall for beginners and improvers. Ballroom 7:30pm - 8:30pm, Latin 8:30pm - 9:30pm. Pay as you go. For more information contact Century Dance School or visit http://www.centurydanceschool.co.uk
"The Cremona School of Dance (est. 1990) is based in Woking with branches in Horsell, Mayford and Halstead Preparatory School. The School is a traditional dancing school offering tuition for 3-18 year olds in Ballet (Cecchetti Method), ISTD Modern, Tap and the ever popular Jazz and Tap Awards. Classes are offered from Pre-Primary through to Advanced 2."
"Established in 1984 as the Karen Clarke Theatre School by Tracey K Summerscales (FISTD Examiner) the Summerscales Performing Arts has grown from what was once just a school of 7 pupils. The school built into a part time performing arts centre where students aged 3-18 are able to train in Ballet, Tap, Modern, Musical Theatre, Jazz, Singing, Pas de Duex, audition technique and much more. Training children to an exceptionally high standard to be able, if desired, go on to full time colleges in Dance and Musical Theatre to perform on the professional stage, or train to be qualified teachers. "
Based in Horsell Village Hall with classes held during the week and on a Saturday. Call 01483 773075 or visit http://www.s-p-a.co.uk for more information.
Pilates classes for all levels are offered on Mondays in Horsell Village Hall by "Pilates in Surrey" http://www.pilatesinsurrey.com/classes-for-pilates-in-surrey.htm
Horsell has two WI groups:
Local Councillors regularly attend Horsell Resident's Association meetings and find this a useful way of keeping in touch with the community. You may wish to raise issues yourself directly with our councillors and contact details can be found using the links below.
Horsell is represented on Woking Borough Council in two wards, Horsell East and Woodham and Horsell West. Contact information for the current borough councillors is available from the Woking Borough Council website under the respective ward headings.
Horsell is represented on Surrey County Council in two divisions, Woking North and Goldsworth East & Horsell Village. Contact information for the current county councillors is available from the Surrey County Council website under the respective divisional headings.
Generally contact with the Police and Crime Commissioner is maintained by your Horsell Councillors but in July 2014 the PCC announced a program called "Community Remedy" to provide an opportunity for the public to directly influence policing through participation in a survey. Download Community Remedy Survey
Notes of meetings are hosted by your Horsell Area Neighbourhood Watch:
For more information about the Horsell Area Neighbourhood Watch contact the area coordinator:
NhW Area Co-ordinator for Horsell
15 Wheatsheaf Close
Phone: 01483 766816
Mobile: 07896 809004