Regular Activities in Ruislip

This information is organised by venue.  Please click on the venue name for more information about activities held and contacts.

Manor Farm Site



Manor Farm

for Coffee mornings
Open forum

Manor Farm Library

for Tiny tunes (under 5's)
Knit & stitch
Poetry workshop

The Great Barn

for Farmers, Artisan Food and Craft Markets
Mad Cat Crafts

The Stables

for Ruislip Sinfonia Community Orchestra

The Bowls Lawn

for Ruislip Bowls Club

The Guides Hut

(next to The Great Barn in Bury Street)
for Ruislip & District Natural History Society

Winston Churchill Hall

for Hillingdon Decorative and Fine Arts Society

Church Halls



Most Sacred Heart Church Hall

for Little Voices

Ruislip Baptist Church Hall

for Pre-school and toddler groups
Rainbows; Brownies; Guides

Ruislip Methodist Church Hall

for Ruislip Gramaphone Society
Little Shakers pre-school
Hillingdon Choral Society
Weight Watchers
Ladies social club
Soda Painting Club

St Martin's Church Hall

for Line dancing
Tea dances
Yoga
Lunchtime concerts
Power Hoop fitness
Rainbows; Brownies; Guides
Children's party hire

Other Venues



The Royal British Legion

for Bar and social activities
(membership open to over 18's)

GAA Sports & Social Club

for
Ruislip Women's Institute

Grosvenor Vale Sports Ground

for Ruislip Social Club (Bar and social activities)
Wealdstone FC
Tropic at Ruislip
Ruislip Rock 'n' Roll

Northwood College

for Ruislip & Northwood Flower Arrangement Society


Every second Wednesday of the month at 2pm in Winston Churchill Hall.  Cost £42 per year.  Ten lectures a year about art and culture from around Britain and further afield.  See website or Tel:  Ann Lowe on 01895 638147 for details
Published on 07 March 2015

Coffee mornings are available from 10.30am with guest speakers

Open Forum:-

"If you enjoy debate about current affairs, but would rather look people in the eye than shouting at the television, Open Forum could be for you. Bring your reasoning powers and an open mind."

Meet at Manor Farm Library the 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month. Time 6pm to 7.30pm

For more information contact John on 01895 634074 ( weekdays)

First published on 17 June 2014.  Last updated on 11 November 2015

Tiny Tunes – Songs, rhymes and stories for babies and toddlers - Wednesdays 10.30 to 11.00

Parents/Carers are asked to stay with the under 5's to ensure the toddlers safety

Knit & Stitch – Every Tuesday 6.00pm to 7.30pm

"Come and enjoy knitting, sewing and creative crafts, make friends and swap tips. Refreshments provided."

Poetry Workshop - Meet on 1st Thursday of every month starting 3rd October 2013 6pm to 7.30pm

"Would you like to meet other poets to share your work, talk about poetry and receive feed- back on your work."

For more information email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

First published on 17 June 2014.  Last updated on 11 November 2015

Artisan Food and Craft Market on the 3rd Sunday of each month from 10am to 3pm in and around the Great Barn Ruislip. Free parking and friendly dogs are welcome.

Farmers  Market first Sunday of each month from 10am to 2pm in and around the Great Barn. With around 30 local producers of food , face painting, pony rides and much more for children.

See www.duckpondmarket.co.uk for further information.

Mad Cat Crafts (shop at the front): Hand painted and decorated objects for the home and garden.
First published on 17 June 2014.  Last updated on 11 November 2015

Ruislip Sinfonia Community Orchestra are looking for more players.

"If you are over 16 and have a good standard of playing (grade 6 +) we would love to hear from you.

We are especially keen to meet all string players.

We meet on a Monday evening (term time only) between 7.30 and 9.30."

For more information: www.ruislipsinfonia.org

First published on 17 June 2014.  Last updated on 11 November 2015

Ruislip Bowls Club is open to all adults. A very friendly bowls club

  • "An exciting sport
  • Exercise for the body and mind
  • A most picturesque location ( heritage site and lovely gardens)
  • New players always welcome – tuition provided
  • Social Activities including - Gala Day, Drives, Coach Trips and a Christmas Party"

For more information: Contact David Barnes 0208 8688697

First published on 17 June 2014.  Last updated on 11 November 2015

Ruislip & District Natural History Society was founded in 1949. Meetings are held in the Ruislip Guide Hut, (next to The Great Barn in Bury Street) starting at 8.15pm

The society covers a wide range of natural history interest topics and are usually illustrated with slides of digital images.

  • "Come on the OUTDOOR WALKS. Visit attractive areas in good company and learn, and see something new.
  • MEET LOCAL PEOPLE who are also interested in all aspects of natural history  - birds, wild flowers, bats, other mammals, dragonflies, conservation, countryside appreciation etc.
  • Receive the NEWSLETTER and keep in touch with local wildlife matters."

For more information : www.ruislip-districtnhs.co.uk

First published on 17 June 2014.  Last updated on 11 November 2015

73 Pembroke Road, Ruislip.  HA4 8NN 01895 632739

Little Voices    Pre- School  Mon – Tues – Wed – Fri 9.30am to 12.00noon

For more information  01895 632560 Mrs Gadwell

First published on 17 June 2014.  Last updated on 11 November 2015
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