This section will include details of Eynsford clubs, groups and societies. If you are part of a club and would like to be listed, please send a paragraph of information with contact details and your website, if you have one, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Eynsford Football Club
Eynsford Football Club was founded in 1894 and has been playing in Eynsford ever since. The club is part of the Kent County Football Association and plays league fixtures at home and away. There is also a youth team made up of up and coming players.
Eynsford & Camphin en Pevele Twinning Group
The Twinning Group was set up in 2013 to create a link with Camphin en Pevele, a similar sized village in northern France, near to Lille. If you are interested in developing links with France, you can find out more here or contact email@example.com.
Eynsford Running Club
Eynsford Running Club is a Free weekly club for all running abilities. Runs are led by fully qualified EA LiRF leaders Giles Wolfe and Cat Woods.
Meet at the Eynsford end gate for Millfield. Beginners 7pm, Intermediates 7.40pm
Eynsford Village Society
Eynsford Village Society was formed in June 1945. Over the years it arranged numerous events in the Village. The Society acts as an umbrella group for clubs and organisations in Eynsford. It meets bimonthly in the Baptist Church and hears reports of Village activities, including reports from local churches, Eynsford Parish Council and our local Sevenoaks District Councillor. The Society takes on projects which are not dealt with by the Parish Council and do not fall under the remit of other organisations. More information on Eynsford Village Society can be found here .
Farningham & Eynsford Local History Society (FELHS)
Farningham & Eynsford Local History Society was formed in 1985. Its area of interest covers the ancient parishes of Eynsford (including Crockenhill), Farningham and Lullingstone, and also Maplescombe. The purposes of the Society are to carry out local historical studies; to publish the results; to collect and preserve documents, artefacts etc. related to the area; to hold meetings, to invite speakers to promote and spread knowledge of the local area or present topics of general interest.
Hextable Wine Society
We are a group of people from a range of backgrounds and age groups who have the same interest and enjoy meeting up once a month to share the experience of tasting new wines. Our meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7.45pm in an ideal conference room at the White Oaks Indoor Bowls Centre in Swanley, Kent. This has free parking and members come from all around the area including Sevenoaks, Orpington, Bromley, Sidcup, Bexleyheath, Dartford and Gravesend. Most evenings we have a professional Wine Educator as the guest speaker to present wines from around the world or from a specific Country or region. We also have our own equally qualified and experienced speakers who provide In-house tastings a few times a year. For more information on Hextable Wine Society see here.
Lullingstone Park Run
Lullingstone parkrun is a free, weekly timed 5k run.
Starting from near the Visitors centre in Lullingstone at 9.00am every Saturday morning.
All abilities are welcome. Please register once on the parkrun website.
School Run Safety Campaign
The School Run Safety Campaign is a campaign in Eynsford to make the school run safer and to tackle the parking and traffic flow problems around Anthony Roper Primary School.
Eynsford Gardener's Club
Eynsford Gardener's Club is a vibrant community of people who are involved in gardening, allotmenting, cooking and handicrafts. Four shows are held each year in the village hall where people are encouraged to exhibit their produce. For further information please see our website at: egclub.co.uk