Coldingham Clubs and Societies

Coldingham Clubs and Societies



We usually meet twice a year and our main activity is staffing the priory on Wednesday afternoons in summer.

Membership is open to all and subs are £7.50 per year. 

Call Anne Dall on 018907 71294 for more details or if you would like to join the Friends.

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A group of a dozen or so locals who do their own research. In the past two years we have had some meetings on winter afternoons in January and February in the Robertson hall just sharing some findings.

If anyone feels like getting in touch or arranging something, please do. It is not possible to answer family history questions online.



We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month from September to May at 7pm in the Village Hall and new members are always welcome. You will find our syllabus in the Village Hall Events section of the village website. If you are new to the village it is a great way to get to know people. We usually have a guest speaker or demonstration workshop at our meetings and also arrange groups to see Eyemouth Variety Group’s Panto and Spring Musical Show. If you thought the ‘Rural’ was all Jam and Jerusalem come along and we’ll prove you were wrong. You don’t even have to sing! 

If you would like any further details please email our Secretary, Lyn on or phone 018907 71794. 

We are a friendly group and look forward to welcoming you.



The Coldingham Society exists to raise the awareness of the public to the history and culture of Coldingham and the surrounding area. Membership is free and open to all. It also acts as an umbrella organisation for the Garden Party, a group of ladies who maintain the War Memorial garden amd other public areas around the village and the Bookshop who sell donated quality books to raise funds for various village projects.

For details of how to join or support any of these, please see the notices around the village map in the square.


Please let us know if your club or society is not listed.



Clubs and Societies in Coldingham