Dynamite - Abundant life youth club
Dynamite Youth Club
Dynamite , For over 25 years the young people of Holmewood, North Wingfield and Temple Normanton have been made very welcome at the Dynamite Club Tibshelf Road.
The club is run by volunteers young and old and actively encourages parents to come and get involved. At the moment there is a film project happening there when members of the public can talk about their experiences of growing up in Holmewood. This is part of a bigger film about the village
Holmewood and Heath Healthy Futures Group
The aims of Homlewood and Heath Healthy Futures are:
To improve the health and wellbeing of Holmewood and Heath residents by engaging with them to provide "something for everyone" through a co-ordinated community development approach.
Holmewood Cricket Club
Holmewood Cricket Club has been in existence since 1922, the majority of years before and just after the second world war being named as Hardwick Colliery Cricket Club. In 1956 the club was reconstituted and from its inception until 1979 the club played on the Holmewood Miners Welfare Social Club ground based at Williamthorpe Pit Lane. In 1979 the Derbyshire County Council purchased the ground from the Welfare and since that date the club has played at the local authority owned recreational ground in the centre of the village.
The club runs two adult teams on Saturdays who compete in the Derbyshire County Cricket League Divisions 3 and 8 North, and a midweek team in the Chesterfield and District Cricket League. They run evening coaching sessions on Wednesdays (6.00pm) where they hope to increase the numbers attending
- Rear Holmewood MW Social Club
Postcode, S42 5RB
- 07411 671515
Charity Supporting local people
LIVING HOPE CHARITY, HOLMEWOOD, CHESTERFIELD
WHAT DOES THE BANK/SCHEME OFFER?
Free hampers of food when funds are low, they have fresh veg and fruit, as well as bread
WHO SUPPLIES THE FOOD FOR THE SCHEME?
They Have just opened a small charity shop to support this work
WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR SUPPORT?
Referrals from Social Services, Health visitors, Sure Start children workers, Head teachers, local policemen and recently Citizens advice Bureau as well as district nurses
- Living Hope Charity
Providing support ...your way
MacIntyre Centre is located next to the village library, it offers direct access and opportunities in the local community, including a Derbyshire Library service at the centre and a community hall, training facilities and a new cafe. The development of this centre has helped MacIntyre test the model for the rest of the service
- Holmewood Community Centre
- 01246 857 242
Knit & Natter
Friendly, welcoming knitting group
Knit and Natter
Knit and Natter is a group for a beginner Knitter or a experienced crocheter ...
what ever your skill level come along and join in with Knit and Natter and lots of Chit and Chatter.
Every Tuesday 1.30 pm - 3.30 pm
- St Albans Church & Community Center
Heath Road, Holmewood