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Art Group N.A.T.S. Gardening Bridge Youth Club LINK Pantomime Boxlea W.I.
Box W.I. W.E.A. Choir Wesley Guild Twinning spare spare spare
Box Art Group
Contact: Brian Weaving 01225 891244

The Group was formed thirty years ago to encourage people to paint by providing a regular meeting point with a tutor on hand to help and advise. Regular Workshops are provided for members to learn new skills, and Exhibitions are held for them to show off and sell their work. Work in all media is encouraged. 

The Group meets in the Millennium Room of the Selwyn Hall which restricts membership to 20. Meetings are on a Tuesday 14.00 - 16.00 during three Terms of approximately 12 weeks each.
(last updated : 16/3/2011)

Box Archaeological & Natural History Society (N.A.T.S.)

The Society was formed in 1969 following an excavation of the Romano-British structures under the village. It formed KOBRA (Knowledge of Box Roman Archaeology) to correlate all existing knowledge of the Roman ruins in Box.

During the summer we arrange outings to places of interest by car and coach. In September we have a weekend away. Recent weekends have been to York, Derbyshire, Eastbourne and Bournemouth In the winter we have talks once a month on a variety of subjects.

The Society aims to foster interest in Archaeology, History and the Natural History of our area.

Full details of the Society are available on

Box Gardening Club
Contact Carol Millard (01249) 71 26 86

Meet at the Selwyn Hall on the 2nd Friday of the month at 7.30pm
Bridge ( Bridge @ Box )
Contact Chris Jones (01225) 74 42 95

Meet at the pavilion every Wednesday at 9.15am -  'Play & Learn'

The Green Room (youth club)

A youth club that meets in the Pavilion
LINK (Box, Colerne & Rudloe)
Telephone our on-call contact on mobile : 07970 617 617

More information can be found < HERE >.  A link to their website.

latest update : 15/7/13

Box Pantomime Group
Contact Geoff Holstead on (01225) 74 28 31

Boxlea Women's Institute (entry updated on 7th October 2015)
Boxlea Women’s Institute meets on the 1st Thursday of the month
at the Pavilion, Valens Terrace, Box  at 7.30pm.

President: Patty Baldwin
Secretary: Diane Yeman

Contact :

We are a friendly group with a varied programme.  In addition to our speakers at the monthly meeting we have a walking  group, a book group, skittles, whist and a scrabble team, outings and lots more.

Guests are always welcome.  Do come along and have a taster – you will be warmly welcomed.

Box Women's Institute
Contact Mary Reece on (01225) 74 21 04

We meet at the Selwyn Hall on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 2.15pm

W.E.A.  (Workers’ Educational Association)
Contact Hilary Foord on (01225) 74 27 08

Meets at the Selwyn Hall; September to April on Wednesdays at 7.30pm

Find Your Voice Community Choir
Contact : Tony  Barby 01225 744188

Millennium Room, Selwyn Hall, every Weds 7.30-9.30pm

Everyone welcome, no previous experience required and no need to read music.  Varied and fun repertoire taught by a Natural Voice practitioner.  Fun and laughter guaranteed as well as lovely singing in harmony.

Wesley Guild Meetings
Contact  Sybil Wilson (01225) 74 30 60

From September 20th until mid April 2011, the Wesley Guild meets in the Methodist Church weekly every Monday afternoon from 2.15pm to 3.45pm. A wide and varied group of speakers visit and give a talk, a demonstration, slide show etc to an interested audience of people from many denominations who enjoy fellowship together.
Refreshments conclude each meeting and new members will receive a warm welcome. Do come along and join with us. September’s speaker are :- Sept. 20
th Rev. Rachel Borgars, our new Minister, and on Sept: 27th we have Nicholas Keyworth, the Corsham Festival Director talking about the Pound Arts Centre and its work.
(last update ~ Aug 2010)

Box Twinning Group
Mike Williams at (01225) 743247 or


To promote and foster friendship, interactions and exchanges between the people of Box and the village of Sorigny, Indre-et-Loire, France or any other similar European location

To encourage visits by families and groups and by so doing broaden the mutual understanding of the cultural, recreational, educational and other activities of the linked villages.

To try and stimulate a positive international outlook within the community of the Box area, including the Primary School, the Parish Council and other local organisations.

As an additional benefit the aims will include a commercial/trading clause to encourage inter town business relationships in the belief that this will also foster positive links with Sorigny