Adult Sports Clubs and Classes in Tarporley

Sports & Fitness Clubs, Activities and Classes for Adults


We aim to include below all of the sports and fitness organisations for adults in Tarporley. If your club or class is not listed and you would like it to be then please send us the details using the Contact Us page. There is no charge for this.

Tarporley Tennis Club

Tarporley Tennis Club has approximately 80 – 100 members including juniors. The all weather floodlit courts are located behind the Royal Mail Sorting Office on the High Street and opposite St Helen’s Parish Church. Coaching is provided for adults and juniors. Teams are entered in the local summer and winter leagues.

The Club welcomes new members and can be contacted via the website or phone Linda Martin on 01829 732026.   



Bowling Club

The Tarporley Bowling Club has approximately 50 members and is affiliated to both the British and Cheshire Crown Green Bowling Associations. The Club has six league teams. The bowling green is located above the allotments behind the Royal British Legion on the High Street. The Club would welcome new members.

For further details contact Gordon Breeze 01829 732215 or Graham Rathbone 01829 732655.


Tarporley Badminton Club

Interested in playing in a team? Just want to a play a social game? Or looking to get fitter? Then join the Tarporley Badminton Club!

For further information call the Club Captain Howard Maylon on 01829 733762 or the facebook page

Tarporley Ladies Netball Club

Tarporley Ladies Netball Club meets every Thursday at 8.15pm at Tarporley High School.  Term time only. Visit the Facebook page for more information

Tarporley Vics Football Club

We are a Football Association Charter Standard Accredited Football Club and field two adult teams each weekend during the football season. The first team plays in the Cheshire League and the reserves play in the Crewe & District League. There is also a Veterans team called the “Tarporley Playboys FC” which plays a number of friendly matches during the year. We are always looking for new players and “backroom” staff. New sponsors are also always welcomed.

If you would like more information contact Mike Brereton on 07793 905269 or email or visit the website

Tarporley Angling Club

Click on the link below for more information relating to Tarporley Angling Club.

Scottish Dancing Class

We meet in Tarporley Community Centre and would love you to come and join us. The Group meets on Wednesday evenings from September to May from 7.00 to 10.00 pm.

The first hour is ideal for new dancers.   It’s a great way to keep fit both physically and mentally whilst socialising at the same time.  You do not need to be Scottish or have a partner.

We are a friendly group so come along and see for yourself.   For more information please either contact Andrew on 01244 460168 or look at our website

Fit 4 Life

Fit 4 Life is an exercise class for mature ladies.

Classes take place in Tarporley Community Centre on Friday morning at 9.15am.

Royal Academy of Dance Class

Adult Ballet classes take place in Tarporley Community Centre every Friday at 11 am.  For more information please contact Nicolle on 07900303966 or email or visit the website


Pilates Class

Pilates aims to strengthen the body in an even way, with particular emphasis on core strength to improve general fitness and wellbeing.

Pilate Classes in Tarporley Community Centre every Monday at 10 am.


Zumba Class

Zumba Classes in Tarporley Community Centre every Thursday at 7.15pm.


Meditation Class

The two main practices we teach are the Mindfulness of Breathing and the Metta Bhavana. Our practices focus on developing calmness, integration, positive emotion, and insight into our human potential.

For further information on meditation classes in Tarporley, please visit website below.


Age UK - Fall Prevention Class

The scheme is targeted towards older people who have experienced falls or are considered to be at high-risk of falling. The scheme also benefits older people recovering from minor falls and strokes.

The programme aims to prevent falls by improving the gait, balance, coordination, muscular strength, flexibility and confidence.

For further information on the Fall Prevention Class in Tarporley, please visit the website


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A message from Linda for anyone who's lost 2 horses...

Two horses loose on the A49, both bay/dark, rugged and I think 1 has a plait in its tail? We managed to steer them into a field as they were getting very spooked at the traffic. I couldn’t catch them but they are safe. If anyone has any idea who they belong too they are in the field next to the Murco garage.
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What shall we call the new car park and road?

As you will have noticed, part of the former Royal British Legion site in Tarporley is being re-developed. This will create a new road and a new car park (to replace the old car park that houses will be built on). Ownership of the new car park, the bowling green and remaining allotments will be transferred to the Parish Counci.

Tarporley Parish Council are inviting suggestions for a name for the new car park and the new road.

If you would like to suggest names then please email the Parish Clerk at

The deadline is 5th March 2018
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We're looking forward to half term next week! Any local suggestions?

Here's one to get the ball rolling... with a new children's menu for £1 🙂
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Here's an interesting local history query from Ruslan in the US...

Hi, my name is Ruslan and I am wrestling fan from Delaware Ohio of USA.
My inquiry is about the traditional wrestling contests which were essential part of the annually held Bunbury Wakes in the 1800's. I recently discovered that sport event on
BritishNewspaperArchives as well as I saw online the old 1808 wakes sports bill which mentioned wrestling.
My question is about the style of wrestling which was practiced by local men at Bunbury Wakes.
I would highly appreciate any info on that subject.
Thanks in advance.
Kind regards,
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A message from United Utilities for those in the CW6 area:

You may have noticed that the water is coming out of your tap slower than usual or may have gone off altogether. We have one of our inspectors looking into this at the moment and as soon as we know what the cause of the problem is we’ll let you know.

We’re sorry about this and will try and get your taps flowing normally as quickly as we can. We’ll keep you posted as soon as we know what’s causing the problem.
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