Community Group Contacts
Bodmin is lucky to have numerous active community groups covering the arts, sports provision, health and welfare, and family matters to name a few. The information provided on this page is designed to help signpost residents to groups which are relevant to their needs – Bodmin Town Council will endeavour to keep third party contact details as up to date as possible. (Groups are listed alphabetically). A downloadable PDF is available in the Useful Documents section on the right hand side of this page.
If you belong to a community group which is not represented here please email email@example.com with a brief description of your group and relevant contact details.
Bodmin & District Age Concern:
We hold a weekly pop in and lunch club and whist drive every Tuesday in Bodmin.
Contact: Nola Solomons; phone: 01208 74609; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bodmin BlueTiTs (Bodmin Tidy It Team):
We are a group of volunteers that are trying to improve the look of the town by litter-picking, weeding and planting the flower-beds in the town (other than in the parks), cleaning and painting some of the street furniture, cleaning road-signs, and weeding along the road edges and kerbs.
Contact: Sarah Horne; phone: 07926 194643; email: email@example.com
Bodmin Girlguiding Units (Rainbows, Brownies & Guides):
1st Bodmin Rainbows
2nd Bodmin Brownies
3rd Bodmin Brownies
3rd Bodmin Guides
Contact District Commissioners: Nikki Cobble; phone: 07949 834009 or Philippa Cobble; phone: 07432 277749; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bodmin Hospital League of Friends:
Bodmin Hospital League of Friends works to raise funds for the patients and staff in the hospital, purchasing equipment and services not supplied by the NHS. We endeavour to make the patient’s stay in hospital a little more comfortable.
Chairman: Mrs Susie Gore; phone: 01840 212800; email: email@example.com
Treasurer: Mr Peter Melmoth; phone: 01208 76649; email: Barum59@gmail.com
Secretary: Mrs Ann Gregan; phone: 01208 841552; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lions Club of Bodmin is part of a world-wide organisation of volunteers who enjoy helping others less fortunate than themselves. The world-wide membership is about 1.35 million volunteers in 206 countries in 45,000 clubs. A Lions Club has no full-time organisers and all the work is done in our members’ spare time with the support and help of their partners and families. We raise money by organising and helping with several local events such as – The Father Christmas Sleigh throughout December; prize bingo every Friday; bonfire and fireworks display in Priory Park every November; Fun Ride in September. We take an active role in helping other organisations and charities in Bodmin to raise money and awareness for themselves by organising and marshalling the Bodmin Ten Tors in May; and organising the Shire House Christmas Fayre in November. There are numerous other ways in which we help our local community, including by organising the St Piran’s Day parade in March, and organising and funding the Senior Citizens’ Christmas Party in the Shire Hall. More information and photographs of our activities can be found on our website.
Contact: Lionel Clarke; email: email@example.com
Bodmin Musical Theatre Company:
Bodmin Musical Theatre Company is an amateur group run by volunteers who love music and theatre. We perform an annual show in Bodmin, and various musical fundraisers through the year. We are a friendly society who always welcome new members.
Contact: Sue Gosling; phone: 07491 570559; email: firstname.lastname@example.org; post: Exeter House, 47 Higher Bore Street, Bodmin PL31 1JS
Bodmin Netball Club provides a safe and fun environment for both junior and seniors to participate in netball in Cornwall. We pride ourselves on being a friendly club which welcomes new members whether you want to play competitively or just for fun. Our training sessions are held at the following times /locations:
Tuesdays at Callywith College: Under 12s & Under 14s from 6pm – 7.30pm; Seniors from 7.30pm – 9pm
Thursdays at Callywith College: Under 14s & Under 16s from 6pm – 7.30pm; Seniors (including regional) from 7.30pm – 9pm
A ‘Walking Netball’ group meets every Tuesday at Bodmin Leisure Centre from 8pm – 9.30pm. No previous netball experience required. All ages & abilities welcome. Cost – £4 per session
Contact: Sarah / Nikki; email: email@example.com
The Milky Way Bodmin:
The Milky Way is a breastfeeding support group running drop-in sessions at the Chestnuts Children’s Centre (Fore Street, Bodmin) on Tuesdays from 10am until midday.