With the gradual easing of lock down restrictions people are trying to start up or restart village activities, groups and events.
If you’re interested in joining any of the activities below please get in touch using the form at the bottom of this page and the groups organiser will get back to you.
The groups aim is to play badminton in a friendly atmosphere, with the emphasis being more on the exercise than serious competition. All attendees will get a good few games each evening.
Friendly Bridge Club looking for new members. Don’t worry if you’re a little rusty or have not played foe a while — Friendly and free tuition given!
Keen group, still at the talking stage but with plenty of time before summer comes!
Organised regular road and mountain-biking rides for all levels , coaching, advice and encouragement given.
Dog Training / Socialising
Covering obedience and training which includes learning how to teach your dog to sit, lie down, wait, stay, recall on a walk, walk politely on a lead, drop items, learn how to chill out, and much more.
Advice, Plant swaps, sales and visiting speakers. A natural extension to It’s Your Neighbourhood garden volunteers.
A cup of coffee and some chat about anything automotive, – sporty or classic, car or bike, petrol, diesel or even electric. Informal meets, generally in garage of a members interesting car, bike or whatever.
Everyone welcome from complete beginners to ultra marathoners. It could be either a regular weekly session or just a message to say ‘I’m going for a run, anyone want to join me’.
Regular sessions for friendly no commitment games of table tennis, several tables so everyone gets plenty of matches.
Walking and Rambles
Local and not to distant sociable walks, whether you want to improve your health, meet others or simply have the pleasure of exploring.
If you run or belong to a activity group which is not featured, or you’re looking for something which isn’t featured, or even like to set up a new group then please email us using the form below and put your ideas in the comments section.
If you’d like to join one of the groups please submit your details below and the groups organiser will get back in touch with details.
The Kinker Events webpage is produced by The Kincardine O’Neil Community Association to publicise and promote events, groups and activities organised by other parties.