Below you will find the current activity timetable for the regular events hosted at the centre. Please follow our Facebook page for regular updates on these activities.
War Games Club
The club has been meeting at Twydall Community Centre in Beechings Way since the late 1970’s.
Meetings take place every other Sunday between 11:00 and 17:00 (see website for dates)
The club hosts mainly historic table top war-games covering all periods from ancients to the future, and both lsea and air (and space). In addition, a range of board games are often played.
The club is fairly small with an average attendance of about a dozen. Most of our players can be considered veterans and between them have a vast range of models games and terrain between them, although the club can provide terrain if required, and the hall has tea/coffee making facilities and a microwave.
New members are welcome but we are not able to accept unaccompanied people under the age of 16.
A normal club meet will see 3 or 4 games being hosted by 1 or more members who supply all the required materials. Any new members are able to join in with no equipment or experience required.
Occasionally we run campaigns over several meetings, and run demo games at local shows (Skirmish, Cavalier & Broadside). We have also hosted visits from other clubs and traders.
We share several members with other local clubs such as the Medway Wargames Club, and Milton Hundreds both of which have weekday evening meets.
Freedom of Spirit
Come along to a warm and welcoming reception where Clairvoyants/Mediums will be sharing messages from Spirit loved ones, family and friends. Every thursday evening
Ricia Aerial Twist
Aerial Twist Fitness runs Pole Fitness, Pole Silks and Aerial hoop classes in Gillingham, Sevenoaks and Tonbrige Kent.
Pole Twist was founded in 2009 and classes are open to all, regardless of experience.
The classes focus on the fitness element, in a fun and relaxing environment.
Come and experience an all over fitness workout, tone your body and burn calories. Classes focus on building strength, flexibility, coordination and stamina. Monday evening
Unity Youth Group
Unity Youth Group is a youth group for young people with additonal needs.
Ages 13-25 years old. They meet on a Wednesday evening.
125a Beechings Way
On the corner of Lower Twydall Lane and Beechings Way
Ann Harris, Chair
Roger Joyce, Treasurer
Graham Down, Secretary
Sophie Bowen, Committee Member
Phil Bowen, Committee Member
Elena Child, Communications Officer
Peter Jefferson, Committee member