Alveston Allotments are sited off Forty Acre Lane along a footpath, and are managed by a committee.
There are 35 individual, very productive vegetable plots, and holders are happy to discuss gardening issues and exchange knowledge.
There is a waiting list for allotments and if you would like your name to be added, please use the email link to make your request.
Forty Acre Lane, Alveston
The Alveston Gardens Association meets on the first Monday of each month in the Jubilee Hall, Greenhill, Alveston at 7.30pm.
Each month there is a guest speaker to enlighten us on all manner of things "gardening", plus trips and a Christmas lunch. For more information please contact our Secretary Pam Forrest.
Tel: 01454 416941
Alveston has been twinned with Courville-sur-Eure in North Central France since 1987. The Twinning Association is an enthusiastic group of mixed ages, who enjoy fun, laughter and socialising.
Our mission is to have fun and continue to attract like-minded families who want to explore another nation's culture and investigate their own country.
As well as social events, we hold fund-raisers to host our French guests, and on our return they host us.
To find out more, please contact Secretary Jennie Walters.
c/o Open View Cottage, Earthcott Green, Alveston BS35 3TA
Tel: 01454 411277
We meet on the 2nd Monday of the month (except August) at 7.30pm.
The ideals of the Women's Institute of truth, justice, tolerance and fellowship are as strong and important now in the 21st century as they were at the birth of the WI in 1915. Alveston was founded in 1919.
As well as our monthly meeting we organise day outings, join in with county events, skittles, darts, curling, walks, home economic days and many more.
For more information contact Valerie Fergyson, President or Marjorie Roper-Marshall.
Alveston Jubilee Hall, Greenhill, Alveston BS35 2QX
Tel: 01454 415773 (V F)
Tel: 01454 418694 (M R-M)
Meetings are held at the Armstrong Hall Complex, Thornbury, with demonstrations usually on the third Wednesday in the month at 2pm and practice classes at 1.30pm. See the calendar for event details. Annual subscription £35, visitors usually £3.50. For more information contact secretary Mrs Jill Morgan on 01454 228408 or click below. NAFAS affiliated.
Our meetings are held at the Cossham Hall on the 4th Wednesday of each month except July, August and December and start at 7.30pm. We try to cater for all levels of quilters from beginners to the more experienced.
At present our membership list is full but visitors are welcome to attend our meetings, for which there is a fee of £3.50. Further details by email.
We are a small friendly club who meet every Wednesday evening at 8pm. Subject to programme, we usually meet at the Chantry, Thornbury.
Courses and exams can be arranged. Morse practice is available.
Please see our website, below, for details of our location, activities and the weekly club meetings programme. For more information, please contact Stan Goodwin, G0RYM:
Tel: 01454 413177