Cottingham Bridge Club
Cottingham Bridge Club meets to play Duplicate Bridge on Friday evenings at the Darby & Joan Hall. For more information contact The Secretary, Diana Taylor, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone number 01482 845873.
Cottingham Memorial Club
Cottingham Memorial Club was founded by the Comrades of the Great War to commemorate the memory of those who lost heir lives in the 1914 - 18 War. The Club opened in the former Angel Inn, King Street in July1920 and moved to Elm Tree House in Finkle Street in 1950. The purpose of the club is to provide social and recreational facilities for the members. For more information see www.cottinghammemorialclub.co.uk or telephone the Secretary on tel. no. 01482 842415.
Cottingham Cricket Club
Cottingham Cricket Club's home ground is at Hilltop but we also use the King George V Playing Fields in the village. We have three Saturday sides playing in the East Yorkshire Alliance and Junior sides at Under 9, 11, 13, 15 and 17. We train indoors January through to Easter when the season starts. Practice is then on a Friday night. Further details from Rob Rhodes. Tel 842215 email - email@example.com or visit our website www.cottingham.play-cricket.com
Cottingham Rangers AFC
One of the biggest football clubs in the area, we have a mini-soccer academy for 4-8 year olds and run teams for under 8's through to mens, as well as girls teams and we now have an Ability Counts Section. Founded in 1972 the club offers sporting opportunities for the local community. Contact Simon Ecclesley, Club Chairman, on 01482 840367 or visit our website www.cottinghamrangers.co.uk
Cottingham Road Club
Cottingham Road Club is a recreational road cycling club which is run by three regular cyclists. For more information visit their website www.cottinghamroadclub.co.uk or telephone or text Stu on 07807 877601 or Andy on 07971 468908.
Hull Women's Literary Club
This club meets every alternative Tuesday evenings at the Community Enterprise Centre, Cottingham road, Hull. Contact Ann MacLeod on 01482 471250 for more details.
Hull Alpha Probus Club
The Hull Alpha Probus Club Is a club for retired professional and business people and meets at The Back Room in Hallgate, Cottingham on alternate Thursdays. One Thursday we have a coffee morning with a 10 minute speaker at 10.30 am and the next meeting is a luncheon at 12.30 pm followed by 30 min speaker talking on his/her chosen subject.
For a list of the dates and speakers CLICK HERE
East Yorkshire Climbing and Mountaineering Club (www.eycmc.org)
This club gets involved in hillwalking, road and mountain biking, running, kayaking, caving and climbing. Guests are welcome to come along to any of their meetings. They have social pubmeets monthly in Beverly and Cottingham and arrange monthly wee-end meets to the Yorkshire Dales, Lake District, North Wales and Scotland. They also have monthly day walks. There is a full list of meetings for 2016 on their website. Contact Mike Colley on michaelcolley@Hotmail.com or bevdarcy@Hotmail.com if you would like to join them.
Humber Raiders Basketball Club
The Humber Raiders Basketball Club are currently recruiting 10 - 13 year olds who love basketball with a view to improving skills and playing in a National League,
They currently train at Cottingham High School on Harland Way, Cottingham on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
KOREAN STYLE KICKBOXING CLUB
From 13 April 2016 a new Korean style kickboxing class will be starting at the Zion & Newland United Reformed Church from 7.15pm to 8.15pm. This will be a mixed age and mixed ability class. Please visit www.eastridingkickboxingclub.co.uk for more details and how to book your place.
Cottingham Bowling Club
Cottingham Bowling Club is a well established flat green bowling club, which caters for bowlers of all levels - from novice to more experienced.
Social bowling takes place every day between 2pm and 4pm and league matches are usually played in the afternoons and evenings.
If you have not bowled before, there are always Members available to give advice and tuition. In addition to social and league matches, there are also internal Club competitions during the season for those who wish to take part.
The outdoor season runs from mid April to end of August, but when the outdoor season closes there is indoor carpet bowling in the Clubhouse on a daily basis. This is very much a social activity but, again, there are internal competitions for those who wish to take part.
In addition to bowling, the Club has various social gatherings during the year, ranging from Coffee Mornings to a Prize Presentation Luncheon.
New members are always welcome so if you are interested, please contact David E Stephenson via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org who will be pleased to give you more information.
Learn to Square Dance
Modern American Square Dancing is a very sociable, fun activity and provides good physical and mental exercise. It's ideal for people without a dance partner, as well as couples and families. There are no complicated steps to learn and no long routines to remember. Even if you think that you have two left feet, then take them along. You are assured of a warm welcome and you are bound to have fun. Classes run at the Marist Social Hall, 119 Cottingham Road, Hull. HU5 2DH from 7.30pm to 10.00pm. Classes are £3 per person but the first two nights of joining are free. Contact details are Philip on 07795 215847 or Kevin on 07970 878792.
Let's Get Messy - a weekly session starting from Saturday 14th January 2017 will involve children being able to do crafts, messy play, singing and have family fun. This will be held at Cottingham Children's Centre, The Garth, Cottingham from 10.30am to 12.00pm. The cost is £1.00 per child, plus 50p for every additional child and fruit snack and water will be available. Contact 01482 845636 for further details.