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SPORTS & SOCIAL CLUB SECTIONS

Betteshanger Colliery Welfare Band

Betteshanger Colliery Welfare Band is based in the South East of England near the coastal towns of Dover, Folkestone and the historic city of Canterbury. Betteshanger Band play a number of concerts throughout the year at both indoor and outdoor venues, performing varied repertoire for just about any occasion.

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Betteshanger Welfare YFC

Betteshanger Welfare Youth FC is a FA Charter Standard club, the pinnacle of the FA’s accreditation scheme. This means we are well organised, provide a safe environment and offer opportunities for all. 

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Betteshanger Indoor Bowls Club

Welcome to The Indoor Bowls Club

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Betteshanger Colliery Sea Angling Club

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Betteshanger Pigeon Club

Pigeon racing has been described as the "sport with a single starting gate and a thousand finish lines." In short, competing birds are taken from their lofts and must race home. The time taken and distance are recorded and the fastest bird is declared the winner.

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Betteshanger Welfare Cricket Club

We are a friendly, sociable and inclusive cricket club. If you have any queries or would like to join, then please get in touch with us today

BCWCC welcome anybody interested in playing cricket, regardless of age, sex or ability.

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Betteshanger Bowls Outdoor Bowls Club

The Betteshanger Bowls Club is a Flat Green lawn Bowls Club situated at Cavell Square Deal.

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Betteshanger Social Club and Community Centre

The Betteshanger Social Club has been around since the days of the Betteshanger Colliery when it was producing coal. This Social Club sits in the heart of the old pit village but alas, not many miners live in the immediate vicinity since the colliery closed.

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Betteshanger Colliery Park Angling Club

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HILLSIDE HOUSE ALLOTMENT & GARDENS ASSOCIATION

We have been in existence since the early 1950s and  the allotments provided a place for Betteshanger miners who, after finishing a dirty and dark shift down the pit could come up and go to their allotments to enjoy the fresh air,  openness and sunshine

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