We train in Traditional Shotokan Karate and our club was originally established in St. Neots in 1981 by Sensei Balfor, Sensei Mc Nelly and Sensei Coppen. This makes it one of the longest running clubs in the region.
We are members of the British Dragon Boat Association. We are active competitors in the national league, and compete all over the country and several of our paddlers have represented Great Britain in various age groups at international events
We are a thriving club of over 30 members ranging in ages from 11 upwards. We currently model in N 00 and 0 gauges but also encourage members to bring their own work if they wish Good facilities make it a sociable evening with regular running nights.
The St Neots Table Tennis Centre was built in 1976 and during 2009 it underwent an extensive refurbishment financed by a grant from Sport England through the auspices of the English Table Tennis Association.
Are you thinking of buying a Telescope? Whether you are a complete beginner or a seasoned veteran St Neots Astronomy Association has something to offer you. We are a small but friendly club who is always looking to welcome new members.
Welcome to St Neots Golf Club. With its modern and forward thinking approach, the mature 18 hole parkland course is situated at the junction of the Rivers Kym and Ouse combining both water and charming features in a harmonious and natural way.
St Neots Rugby Football Club is a non-profit organization whose mission is to participate in and promote the sport of rugby at all age levels within the St Neots area. This includes Mini/ Midi (U7-U12), Youth (U13-U17), Seniors (18+), Vets (35+) and Ladies.
Vamps stage a popular musical or a variety show based on a theme attracting audiences of up to 300 people every night. We are an enthusiastic community theatre company, whose members are drawn from the towns and villages surrounding St Neots.
We are a local Petanque league playing on Wednesday evenings at various public houses in the Cambridgeshire town of St Neots and surrounding area. Petanque (sometimes known as French Boule) is thriving around here with some pubs fielding teams in three different local leagues.