South Mill Arts is a multi-faceted community, arts and heritage facility located on South Road, Bishop’s Stortford. Our links with music and performance run all the way back to the early 1960s when “The Rhodes Centre”, as it was then known, hosted up and coming artists who were to go on to become some of the most famous performers in the world (Bowie, The Who, Moody Blues, Fleetwood Mac and Elton John to name but a few). Since that time we have constantly grown, adjusting to the changing needs of our local community as Bishop’s Stortford has evolved from a quiet market town into the busy and dynamic town that we see around us today. Through all the years of triumphs and dramas, good times and challenges our greatest strength is, and always has been, the fantastic link that we have with our local community.
Find out more at: www.southmillarts.co.uk
Founded in 2002 by GB Olympian John Holliday, Bishops Stortford Judokwai has grown into a thriving community club with a track-record of consistanly developing national and international medallists. We cater for all levels and ages; ranging from teaching primary school age children fundamental skills to coaching players on international performance pathways.
Bishops Stortford Judokwai is a member club of the British Judo Association, and SportEngland Safeguarding Code accredited. All of our coaches are BJA qualified, DBS checked and hold First Aid and Child Protection certificates.
The club’s Lead Coaches, Joe and Nicole Nunn, are Great Britain and England Support Coaches, former international fighters and winners of the UK Children’s Coach of the Year Award.
Find out more at: www.bishopsstortfordjudo.com
BSRFC Ladies 17+ Rugby.
Bishop’s Stortford is an English rugby union team based in Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire. The club runs five senior men’s sides, a ladies’ team, O2 touch rugby section and the full range of mini and junior teams, from under-6’s to under-18’s.
Find out more at: www.bsrfc.co.uk
We are a registered UK charity trying to make a positive change for our environment and community. The owners, friends who met in Malawi, bought Butterfly Space in 2007, sharing a desire to develop a community hub encouraging socially responsible travel. We offer affordable and impactful volunteer and internship programs which provide educational, practical & creative opportunities. Respectful of the environment, we focus on sustainability & green initiatives. The owners live on-site and work hands-on with the grassroots projects, working directly with the community, volunteers, and interns to make these projects succeed.
Find out more at: www.butterflyspacemalawi.com