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Our Interests

 

It's amazing. Dry Drayton Folks are involved in an unbelievable range of hobbies, interests and activities.

 

Have you an interest (possibly something on the list below) you would be willing to share with others, perhaps helping someone else to make a start in the same field, or meeting kindred spirits in the village? If so, please e-mail webmaster@drydrayton.net with your contact details and an idea of your interests. We won't publicise your contact details here, but will forward to you any requests to make contact which we receive from anyone else in the village - it is then up to you how you take that contact forward.

 

If you are interested in contacting others with a particular interest in the village, then take a look at the list below. We have contacts already in the subjects shown in red and can pass your details on to someone else in the village with this interest. E-mail webmaster@drydrayton.net to ask to be put in touch with a local person with this interest.

 

Incidentally, if you are interested in making more of your leisure time, take a look at Bill Martin and Sandra Mason's site called Leisure Vision - which will open your eyes to hundreds of interesting activities, with lots of information on each.

 

 

This is a first stab at a list of possible interest areas. There may be many more. Where the interest has the word (Yes) beside it, we have a volunteer village contact. and can put you in touch. See also the link for village organisations for contacts in those organisations already in existance in the village

 

Sport

Archery

Athletics

Badmington
Bowls
Cricket

Croquet

Football
Golf
Hockey
Orienteering - Fred Northrop
Rugby

Running

Squash
Swimming
Tennis

 

 

Outdoor

Birding
Camping
Canals
Canoeing
Clay Pigeon Shooting
Cycling
Gardening - see Village Allotments under village organisations
Horse riding
Jogging

Rough shooting
Sailing

Walking

 

Indoor

Bridge - see Bridge Club under village organisations
Chess
Darts
Drafts
Mah Jong
Other card games

 

(Mainly) solo interest

Amateur Radio
Antiques

Art - see the two art groups in the list of Village Organisations
Baking
Beekeeping
Book collecting
Cake decoration
Computer graphics - Les Waters
Computing
Cooking

Drawing
Film

Flower arranging

Juggling
Local History

Motor sport
Photography

Poultry keeping
Printing

Reading - see reading circle
Target shooting
Wine

Working out

Yoga

 

 

(Mainly) group interest

Acting
Freemasonry

Magic
Singing

Music

 

Skills Exchange Network

 

Looking to exchange something you can do with something someone else can do to help you in return? You might like to take a look at Only Connect, a local skills exchange network based in Cambridge. Only Connect, 16 St Johns Road, Cambridge CB5 8AN