The Club has a wide range of activities led by members in a variety of venues. There is always something happening…we hope you find something that interests you and look forward to seeing members and future members at our activities. We welcome and encourage guests to come to three HIWC activities, including the Monthly General Meeting, to try us out and see if we are what you need.
If you would like to go to an activity, please contact us.
We are proud to offer you the following Club Activities:
Bookworms – A get-together once a month to discuss a chosen book. Discussions are fun and low key.
Brain Food – Informal discussions on a wide range of topical subjects and the chance to learn more about the home countries of many of our members.
Bridge – For all abilities, using both ACOL and Standard American, and played fortnightly at each other’s houses.
Buttons & Bytes – A mutual support group aimed at getting to grips with modern technology – no expertise needed.
Cooking together – “More about the preparation than the eating” – here is your chance to share your favourite recipes in the kitchen
Country Walks – Every month a different 4-5 mile walk and boots, wellies or other suitable footwear is recommended.
Flower Power – Flower arranging for all standards! New members, including beginners, are always welcome to join this friendly activity group.
German Conversation – Informal conversation with the aim of improving our German.
Global Lunches – for anybody who enjoys cooking and eating great food – no need to be a gourmet chef!
Going Places – We visit various places of interest in the area.
Golf – Once a week, 12 holes at Laceby Manor Golf Club and/or 9 holes at Humberston Country Club. New members welcome, and the pro at Laceby will give lessons if required.
Green Fingers – Come and visit a different garden each month. Discuss plants, exchange plants and enjoy the company of each other.
Ladies who Lunch – The group meets in a pub or restaurant usually within a 15 mile radius on the last Wednesday of each month. This is a friendly informal group and you can enjoy a chat and have anything from a sandwich to a three course meal.
Mah Jong – Meeting once a fortnight at each other’s homes.
Newcomers Coffee – Everyone who has been a member for less than a year is welcome.
Night Owls – An opportunity to see each other and do a variety of activities in the evenings.
Stitch in Time – If you enjoy sewing this may be the activity for you! We share needlework skills and encourage all levels of interest in machine and hand sewing.
Tennis – Social tennis played every Wednesday morning at St James’ Tennis Club, where an excellent coach is also on hand if needed for beginners or improvers.
Neighbourhood Coffees – At the Neighbourhood Coffees we get to know each other better. You may also join groups even if you are not in their ‘Neighbourhood’.