Kingsdon is home to an active and growing group of clubs and societies from knitting to Cricket.  Scroll down the page for more information, how to join, where and when they meet.


Kingsdon Cricket Club



Kingsdon Cricket Club play friendly cricket matches against other local villages and visiting touring teams.

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Kingsdon Table Tennis Club

Kingsdon Ping Pong


The club play in the Village Hall on Tuesday evenings between 7.30pm and 9.30pm before retiring to the Kingsdon Inn for post match analysis.

Depending on numbers games are played as doubles on the two full sized table tennis tables provided.

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Kingsdon Boules and Croquet Club


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Kingsdon Short Mat Bowls Club


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Kingsdon Village Art Group

This is not an art class, but a group of painters, of mixed ability, who use different media.

The group meets from 10.00am to midday on Thursday mornings (term time only)  For more details contact one of the following:

  • Shirley Wilson 01935 841198
  • Richard South 01935 840912


Kingsdon Knitting Klub (Knitting for Good Causes)

The Kingsdon Knitters meet on the second Saturday of the month at 10.30am to midday in the Community Shop.

For information please contact: Linda Rumbles 01935 840132 or Babs Conway 01935 841811


Kingsdon Club

The Kingsdon Club meet on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 3pm in the Village Hall. New members (any age) are always welcome.

For information please contact: Club Secretary Marilyn Elliott, Tel 01935 841444


Kingsdon Club trip to Buckfast Abbey, Devon (open to all Kingsdon Residents)

Wednesday 20th September 10am (please book by Friday 15th September 2017)

Buckfast Abbey, Devon

For 2017 our annual outing we shall be visiting Buckfast Abbey in Devon leaving the village hall by coach at 10.00am.  To learn more about Buckfast Abbey please visit their website by clicking here.

We should arrive at approximately 12.00. mid-day.

At we shall be met at the Abbey door by one of the monks who will tell us about its history, construction and escort us around this unique place of worship. Afterwards, for those who wish to, there will be time for a period of quiet reflection.

In the intervening period there will be time for lunch in the excellent refectory, a walk around the gardens, and visit to the abbey shop.

There will also be time for an afternoon cup of tea before we all gather at approximately for our return journey to Kingsdon.

The cost of this event, exclusive of any refreshments, is £12.50p per person.

Please contact either Richard South – 01935 840912 or Brian Paine – 01935 842058


Yeovil and District Canine Society

Yeovil & District Canine Society offers Ringcraft Training to anyone interested in showing dogs and has been established since 1904 .  We meet every Wednesday evening at Kingsdon Village Hall from 7.45pm

We aim to provide help and advice on all aspects of dog showing in a friendly and sociable environment where you can relax and chat to other doggie folk. Our experienced trainers will advise you on how to make the most of the your dog at a show and for those with youngsters, provide an opportunity for them to socialise with other dogs.

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