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Circomedia Bristol

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CIRCOMEDIA | BRISTOL

Founded over twenty years ago, Circomedia is an internationally respected centre of excellence for contemporary circus with physical performance training in Bristol. We are unique because our training fully integrates contemporary circus, physical theatre, creative thinking and career know-how in our full time and part time courses.

We aim to engage a variety of different audiences, artists, students, professionals and local communities with circus arts and physical theatre in an inspiring and accessible way. Have a look at what we can offer you.

Keynsham Cricket Club

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BARTON HILL RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB

Barton Hill RFC (or BARTS to our friends) was founded by Barton Hill School’s Mr W. E. R. Harris in 1908. He was a Teacher at Barton Hill School between 1908 and 1935. His subjects were History and Sports. He founded the Barton Hill School Old boys Rugby Football Club (1908) Barton Hill Swimming Club and Barton Hill Water Polo Club.

2008 saw the Centenary year for the Club. It is obviously something we are all very proud of. One hundred years of rugby football. I think Billy Harris would be amazed and delighted to see something he started, last for so long. I believe he would be delighted to know how well the Club has done over the years and how well placed the Club is for the next hundred years.

Keynsham Cricket Club

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KEYNSHAM CRICKET CLUB

Keynsham Cricket Club (or KCC to our friends) and the Frank Taylor Memorial Ground (off the Wellwsay) has been around since 1864. We are a Focus Club with Clubmark Accreditation through the Somerset Cricket Board.

We run Five Adult teams (3 on a Saturday and 2 on a Sunday) and run Junior teams from U9s to U15s with an Academy that transitions them into senior cricket. Senior Training Nights are Wednesdays and Juniors are Fridays, both from 6pm.

AEK Boco FC

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AEK Boco Football Club

AEK-BOCO F.C. was formed during the summer of 2003 as the result of a merger between two long-established clubs (A.E.K. Rangers and Boco Juniors).

Today we have almost 500 children on our books playing in the Hanham Minor League, Avon Youth League and Bristol Girls League. As well as four men’s teams and two ladies teams.

We are proud to hold the FA Charter Standard Community Club status.

Our home ground is Greenbank Rd Playing Fields, Hanham, Bristol.

CRIBBS FRIENDS LIFE FOOTBALL CLUB

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CRIBBS FRIENDS LIFE FOOTBALL CLUB

Founded in London in 1958 as 'Sun Life Assurance'. The Bristol team was established in 1976 when Sun Life first relocated to Bristol. Initially, 2 teams were ran, participating in the Bristol and Avon League, playing at Dundridge Farm. However, when the Cribbs Causeway ground was opened in 1978, the 1st team were promoted straight to the Avon Premier Combination League where they stayed for 20 years until they eventually won promotion to the County League in 1999-2000. The club changed from AXA FC to it's new name of Cribbs Friends Life FC ready for the 2011-12 season.

Today the Club runs 4 Saturday sides, spread across the Gloucestershire County League and the Bristol & District League, 1 Sunday side in the Bristol Regional League, 1 Veterans side who play in the Bristol Casuals League and an U18 side that plays in the Bristol U18's Combination League.

The players within the Club are still predominantly all past or present AXA or Friends Life employees, with only a few exceptions.

Zenshin dojo

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Zenshin dojo

The Zenshin dojo martial arts Club, has approximately 80 regular adult members who practice their chosen art in a relaxed and friendly environment at St John's Church Hall, High Street Keynsham, Bristol and the Grange School, Warmley, Bristol and Bath. The club also benefits from a thriving junior section, for more information please visit our Juniors page.

All of our venues have a mixed range of abilities and ages. On Wednesday evening we run a ladies only class at The Page Community Centre in Staple Hill, Bristol.

Through the study of martial arts we have forged strong links with friends and fellow karate ka from all over the world. Members from our club regularly visit other European countries to eat, drink, sight see and of course practice some!

We are proud ambassadors of our art and recognise and respect the positive relationships that can be created through an open-minded approach to friendship and practice.

"Honesty, Integrity, Openness, Honour, Humility and Understanding"

Kingswood RFC

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Kingswood RFC

Kingswood Grammar School began playing rugby in the late 1940's and by 1950 football had completely disappeared from the schools sports curriculum. Rugby was played from September through until Easter - up to 19 games per season. By 1954 those who had been first introduced to the sport were leaving school and a group of ex-pupils formed Kingswood Old Boys RFC. The Old Boys played their first game at the start of the 1954/55 season against Old Elizabethans. Within 10 years, a 2nd XV had evolved and the club, originally a “closed shop" to new-comers, was allowing some outsiders to join. A 3rd XV was formed in the late 60's by which time membership was open to all. The club became Kingswood RFC in the early 70's. For 15 seasons KRFC fielded 4th XV. In the mid 80's, there was an occasional 5th Team and on one memorable Saturday, a 6th XV! Junior rugby began in 1978 and the club now has a strong mini section.

In 1979/80, KRFC built their own clubhouse and spent the next 16 seasons at the Church Avenue ground. In 1996, the club moved to their present location - Grimsbury Road Playing Fields - where we expect to stay for many years to come.

KEBBA

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KEBBA

KEBBA is a well established, fun, dynamic and exciting junior martial arts club.

We cater for children from 5 to 16 years living in the BS5, BS15, BS16, BS30 and BS31 Bristol post codes in other words, Warmley, Kingswood, Staple Hill, Frenchay, Downend, Keynsham, Saltford, Hanham, Emersons Green and Longwell Green, and other areas of Bristol and Bath.

Avon Youth League

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Avon Youth League

The Avon Youth League was formed in 1966.

The League provides football for somewhere in the region of 5000 or so players each Sunday during the league season.

The number of member clubs varies between 60 and 70 playing in 5 age groups for young people aged from Under 12 to Under 16.

Clubs are affiliated to either the Gloucestershire or Somerset Football Associations.

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