Clubs & Societies
Scotter has a number of clubs and societies.
What to Expect: You will find us a friendly group and there is always someone willing to help and offer advice.
Once a month, we have a visiting Tutor.
Cost:– £12 every tenth week. This pays the rent for the room and
helps towards the cost of the Tutor
Venue : Eau Community Centre
When : Wednesdays 10am to 12 noon
Who : Anyone interested in painting
Beginners to Experts – all welcome
Scope : Watercolours, Acrylics, Pastels or Oils
Contact : Val Hunter (01724) 762229 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vera Johnson (01724) 763513
What to Expect: Scotter Badminton Club is very friendly with players of all abilities. Our club is for everyone aged 13 and above and includes many students and adults of all ages.
We use the two courts in the Village Hall to play for fun and keep fit. The stronger players also take part in mixed doubles matches in a local league.
New players are always made very welcome and to encourage them their first year subscription is half the normal price.
If you are interested you can intially play as a visitor. Even if you haven’t played for years please come along and try. You’ll be made very welcome.
Cost: Yearly membershipAdults – £60 before October, £65 from October on wardsChildren and Beginners – £35
Adult – £3 per visit
Students – £2 per visit
Venue: Scotter Village Hall
When: Monday nights from 7pm to 9:00pm (September to May inclusive)
Restarts on Monday 9th September at 7 pm at Scotter Village Hall
What to Expect: Church tower bell ringing (or campanology) is a fascinating hobby which combines rhythmical ability (without having to read a note of music), an ability to remember patterns of numbers (without having to be a mathematical genius) and a wish to be part of a skilful team. It is suitable for all ages from about 9 years upwards and has the benefit of providing gentle (or not so gentle if you so choose!) exercise, a very effective brain workout and a great opportunity to get involved in an activity which makes you welcome in any ringing chamber of any church in any part of the country. (Video Clip)
Whereas hand-bell ringing usually incorporates ringing tunes, using sheet music and bells of specific notes, tower bellringing comprises ringing a bell to a set pattern or “method” which has to be learned and memorized. There are thousands of such methods and range from those rung on 6 bells (as at Scotter) or less, up to those rung on 12 bells, as at many of the cathedrals across the country.
At Scotter we are always ready to welcome and teach new ringers; you do not need special equipment or clothing and we charge nothing to teach! We practise on Wednesday evenings, between 7.30 and 9.00 pm and ring for Sunday service at St. Peters from 9.30 to 10.00. We also like to do other things – from ringing outings and weekends, to barbeques, barn dances, quizzes and other get-togethers. We are also affiliated to the Lincoln Guild of Church Bellringers and take part in ringing and other activities further afield.
If you think bellringing may be for you, come along and meet us on Wednesday practise night or contact Debbie Scarf on (01724) 764526 or e-mail email@example.com.
Venue: St Peters Church – Scotter
When: Wednesday Evening 7.30pm to 9.00pm
Contact: Debbie Scarf on (01724) 764526 or
What to Expect: Our club is situated on Scotton Road just past the Village Hall. It is not a private club and we always welcome new members. Membership is just £20 per year which gives you almost unlimited access to the Green and it’s facilities.
Each year the bowling green opens in April, weather permitting.
We have multiple teams playing in competitive leagues such as the Gainsborough Standard League and other cup competitions.
Contact: Stephanie Parman 01724 761820
Venue: Methodist Chapel hall.
When: Monday nights
Who: All girls aged from 7 to 11 years old
Contact: Laura Hill 01724 763655
What to Expect: The Guides are for girls from 10 to 16 years old. New members will be made very welcome.
Cost: Subscriptions are £20 per term payable in September, January and May.
Venue: Scotter Methodist Chapel
When: Mondays during school term times from 7:30 to 9:00pm
Scope: Watercolours, Acrylics, Pastels or Oils
Contact: Bev Hill 01724 763655 or firstname.lastname@example.org
What to Expect: The Karate club in Scotter has been run by Ken Button since 1979 and all are welcome to come along. Beginners are welcome to attend on a Tuesday night usually from 7-8pm to start with. Instruction is given by Ken Button (7th Dan) assisted by Dave Todd (5th Dan)
Venue: Scotter Village Hall
When: Tuesday 7pm to 9pm
Sunday 6pm to 8pm
Who: Children age 6 or above and adults of all ages are all eligible to train.
Contact: Contact Dave Todd on 01724 764812 or email@example.com
What to Expect: Best described as a cross between shuffleboard and curling (played indoors), New Age Kurling is a game that can be enjoyed from a sitting or standing position – suitable for persons of any ability. It has proven so popular there are even national competitions.Join in the fun at the Scotter Village Hall every Monday from 2:15pm – 3:50pm. Cost: £2 (includes refreshments). New players are welcome!
Venue: Scotter Village Hall
When: Monday 2:15 – 3:50pm
Who: Suitable for persons of any ability
What to Expect:A chance to share memories with other residents of Scotter and the surrounding area. Bring your memorabilia and old photos. Come and see a display of photos and artifacts starting 10th September 10 am-3 pm. Donations are accepted.Refreshments available. £2.50 per personScotter Methodist Chapel.Cost: £2
Venue: Scotter Methodist Chapel
When: Tuesdays 2:00 – 3:30pm
What to Expect: A group of guys from Scotter and the surrounding area, all from different walks of life. Scotter ManShed is unaffiliated with any organisations and as such has no rules. The programme is on the notice boards inside and outside the Community Centre. Why no pop in and meet us.We meet every Monday afternoon 2pm to 4pm at the Eau Community Centre.Cost: £2
Venue: Eau Community Centre.
When: Monday 2pm to 4pm
What to Expect: Scotter Hares Running Club was founded in September 2010 to bring all the many lone runners in Scotter together to form a group. The initial response was fantastic and already they have 33 members of all ages and running standards. The Hares have a 2.5 mile lap around the perimeter of Scotter. The more energetic runners follow a 6 mile circuit which goes into Scotton, out towards Kirton then back into Scotter along Kirton Road. The shorter lap might take up to 30 minutes and the longer one near an hour.
Venue: Gamekeeper Car Park in Scotter
When: MONDAY Night 6.30pm meeting
WEDNESDAY Night 6.30pm meeting
What to Expect: The club runs teams for each age group from Under 7’s to Under 16’s. Currently there are no female teams but boys and girls play in the same sides up to Under 11’s.
Training nights are held once a week from September to May with fixtures usually on Saturdays. Training takes place on various weekdays with the younger children going to the playing fields behind the Village Hall and the older ones using the Scotter United facilities on Northmoor Road. Every team has an Football Asscociation Level One coach working on a voluntary basis.
Around 190 children are members of the club which has achieved F.A. Charter Standard status. Child welfare is of paramount importance and the club has a Child Protection Officer.
Committee meetings take place once a month which comprises of the chairman, sectretary, treasurer and representatives from all of the football teams.
Who: Everyone is welcome – it’s always a great night
Contact: Bridget White 07798 831206
What to Expect: The club was established in 1894 and have been based at Northmoor Road for many years.
Our two football teams compete in the Scunthorpe & District leagues and train together at our ground on Thursday nights at 6pm. NEW PLAYERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME. Come along and join in – you’ll be made very welcome.
The First Team are trained by Paul Lawson and Colin Picken and are challenging for honours this season. The Second Team is run by Daz Butler.
The Scotter United and Scotter Juniors Monthly Draw has recently replaced the 100 club. We’re always looking for new members to join the draw.
It takes place every month and the winners will be published in the Eau Valley Advertiser and on our facebook page. New members can set up a standing order of £30 for the year, £7.50 a quarter or £2.50 a month.
Cost: £30 for the year, £7.50 a quarter or £2.50 a month.
Venue:North Moor Road playing field
When: Thursday nights at 6pm
Contact: Richard Arrand 01724 762466
What to Expect: Scotter Tennis Club welcomes ALL players whatever their ability and whether they wish to just play socially or competitively. The courts are to the right of the playing fields behind the Village Hall.
Mondays from 6pm to 7:30pm are for teenagers and beginner adults, and are run by Julian. Tuesday nights are Club Night for all adults (and invited juniors) to play from 6pm. Match nights in the Gainsborough evening league are Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:15pm and also weekends when there is a home fixture. This means the courts are available at all other times subject to a visitors charge of £3 a day and a £10 deposit for the key for non-members payable to our treasurer, get in touch with Julian Arrand on 07932150982.
Leagues entered: North Kelsey Weekend League
Gainsborough Evening LeagueCost: Membership fees are payable annually – Adults £75, Students £30, Juniors £25 Family (2 adults, 2 children) £100. Our new members fee is just £37.50 for their first year and for following years the Adult rate applies.Membership covers play all year round apart from previously mentioned times when the courts are already in use
Visitors fees are £2 a day.
Venue: Scotter Tennis Courts behind the village hall
Who: If you’d like to be involved with a great group of people please get in touch or come along and meet us. Everyone is welcome.
Contact: Chair, Julian Arrand
Julian Arrand, 07932150982
Secretary, Karen Welch 01724 761180
Treasurer, Cynthia Havard 01724 762230
What to Expect: A variety of textile work including knitting and sewing.
Venue: The Chapel
When: Every Monday 10-2 pm
Venue: The Chapel
When: Every Tuesday 7 pm
What to Expect: NEW MEMBERS and VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME
there’s no charge on the night – come and have a chat, refreshments and meet new people.
Venue:Eau Community Centre
When: First Wednesday of the Month at 7.30pm
Contact: Pat Whittingham 01724 764260