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“We are an active friendly BSAC registered diving club based in Potters Bar with around 40 members. With over 37 years of experience we organise dive trips throughout the year to various locations around the UK and abroad.

We pride ourselves, in being one of the friendliest BSAC clubs. Our members are all ages and both male and female. You will find our members are always willing to answer questions and offer guidance to new divers and those of you who are already qualified will find a warm welcome here.

We meet at the Furzefield Centre, Mutton Lane, Potters Bar EN6 3BW on Tuesday evenings 8.45pm (pool 9.00pm till 10.00pm).

If you would like to try diving then send us an email or give us a call on the club line.”

International Plastic Modellers Society: Barnet

“The club has been running for over twenty five years, and we have about 25 members at present. We meet on the first Tuesday of the month at the Frith Grange Scout Campsite in Frith Lane, Mill Hill, London NW7. Car parking is available in the grounds.

The Chairman is Peter Stern, and the Secretary is Ian Taylor. For further details contact Ian on 020 8426 8478, or Jonathan on 07721 782175, or Les on 020 8207 4207. Or just come along, meetings start at 8.00!”

“The Good Companions ADS have been performing amateur drama at John Keble church in Edgware, Middlesex since 1933. We are now one of the leading drama groups in the London Borough of Barnet.”

“Welcome to Barnet LTC. The club has eight courts – four Astroturf and four Claytex. Five of the courts are floodlit. We are proud to provide social and competitive tennis for players of all ages and standards.

Our members can play tennis all year round and also have the use of the bar area with pool and table tennis tables.

The club has six Mens’ and four Ladies’ teams in Hertfordshire Summer Leagues and another six Mens’ and three Ladies’ teams in Middlesex Leagues. We also have Veterans’ teams as well as Junior teams for all age groups.”

Barnet Lawn Tennis Club, Gloucester Road, New Barnet EN5 1RS

“We cater for all types of players from those wishing to play competitive table tennis to those who are just starting to explore the delights of Table Tennis. Visitors and new members are always welcome.

We are open every night of the week from 19.30 until 23.00 except Sundays. We have a maximum of 9 tables but this is usually limited to 7 tables during the week due to prearranged League matches being played alongside practice table bookings. We always have a minimum of 3 tables available for practice bookings.

Social Table Tennis sessions are for people of all ages and playing standards. They tend to be less competitve than match play and many of the attendees prefer to play doubles rather than singles. You do not have to be a member to attend and new players are always welcome. Morning sessions are held on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday between 10.00 am and 12.00 pm. An afternoon session is held on Wednesdays between 2.00 pm and 4.00 pm. Fees are £3 for members and £5 for non-members. No pre-booking is necessary, just turn up and play.”

Barnet Lane, Barnet, Herts EN5 2DN

“Choirs R Us is a lively, friendly choir in Barnet for adults and young people of all singing abilities. We sing pop, soul and gospel songs in harmony. There’s no audition and no need to be able to read music as the songs are taught by ear. You’ll learn how to control your voice through vocal and breathing techniques and have great fun along the way.

We have over 100 choir members from the borough of Barnet who sing their hearts out every Monday evening, and it’s a great way to make new friends while expressing yourself through the music.”

“Barnet Asian Women’s Association (BAWA) is celebrating 26 years of supporting women in the community. BAWA was set up by local women in 1978 and established at Friern Park in February 1985.

BAWA provides a unique and specialised service to Asian women in the London Borough of Barnet. The organisation welcomes Asian women from all faiths and practices equality and confidentiality. BAWA empowers women and gives them opportunities to progress.”

Friary House, Friary Park, Friary Road, London N12 9PQ

“Welcome to the Barnet and District Beekeepers Association.

Our aim is to foster the art of beekeeping in the Barnet area by providing members with information, advice, training, support, insurance as well as an apiary for association and members’ hives and loan facilities for beekeeping books, videos and equipment.

Barnet Beekeepers are now enrolling new members in our in-depth beginners course – a year of beekeeping experience that will take you from you first look inside a hive to helping to harvest some beautiful Barnet honey.”

“As a theatre group we started life in 1938 and since 1948 we have been running our own well equipped 64 seat theatre in Friern Barnet, North London.

We have a friendly, lively and active membership of about 130 members and stage six productions a year to a consistently high standard.

We participate in the annual Barnet and District Drama Festival and have won many awards for our productions.”

“We’re a judo club based in Lyonsdown Hall, Lyonsdown Road, Barnet – all ages welcome”

For more information please contact Simon Mazzullo.

“The Friends of Barnet Market (FoBM) is a group formed in 2008 with the aim of supporting and promoting the use of Barnet Market.”

Home-based sewing school with monthly club in Chipping Barnet. Contact Helen MacKenzie for details.

“We are a friendly, local social club for those who want to have fun and meet others. Barnet Plus is part of a national network of similar groups that are run voluntarily, not for profit, and organise a range of social and leisure events.

We offer a wide variety of things to do. For example, there are organised holidays and weekend breaks where members from across the country get together to enjoy discos, day trips, sports or just relaxing! Members also meet up for parties, meals out, bowling, quizzes and other events where the emphasis is on having a good time.

Barnet Plus meets on Sundays from 8.15 pm at Discovery Hall, 1 Stevenson Close, Netherlands Road, New Barnet, EN5 1DR, just two minutes from Oakleigh Park Station and ten minutes from bus routes 184, 307 and 326.

To join costs just £10, but you can come along three times before deciding whether to take out membership. A small fee is payable for Sunday events.”

“Welcome to the Hadley Angling and Preservation Society website. HAPS Is a small, friendly club that was formed in 1982 to control fishing at Jack’s Lake in Hadley Woods, Barnet, Hertfordshire. The lake is available to members and day tickets. The club arranges matches and coach outings for club members.”

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