Welcome to our Community Noticeboard!

This is where we put links to interesting clubs, fun things to do, local events and anything else we can think of that you might like to enjoy out of school time.

If you know of something fun coming up, or you’re a member of a club and you’d like us to put a link on this page, please contact the school office.

Scotch Quarry Village Green

The community initiative Scotch Quarry Village Green currently runs:

Every Monday morning 9-10.15am: Free Sitpot Introduction in Scotch Quarry lower woods.  

A connection practice akin to Mindfulness, helping us relax, sharpen senses and feel more alive and nourished

  • There are limited spaces so please book through a message on the fb page scotchquarryvillagegreen OR email scotchquarrycommunitygarden(at)gmail.com
  • Please let us know your total number + ages of children coming. Adult participation required! – max three kids to one adult.

all details and info are to be found on:

or contact scotchquarrycommunitygarden@gmail.com to be added to mailing list/ask questions

Community Clubs For Adults

These clubs run every week. If you would like to join please contact Mrs Steel (extserv@bowerham.lancs.sch.uk) or the office for Club Leaders contact numbers.


Monday – Adult, Teenager Karate Class Sensai Angharad  7pm – 9pm Sports Hall


Tuesday – Adult, Teenager Karate Classes Sensai Andrea 7pm – 8pm Sports Hall

No places currently available for the pupil class that runs from 3.10pm – 4.25pm on Tuesday afternoons in the Sport’s Hall  – please contact Mrs Steel via email on extserv@bowerham.lancs.sch.uk to join the waiting list.


Wednesday – Adult, Teenager Karate Classes Sensai Andrea 7pm – 8pm Sports Hall


Thursday – Adult New Fitness Classes – 6.15pm – 8.15 pm Sports Hall


Thursday – Adult and Child Karate Classes  Sensai  Angharad and Ian – 7pm – 9pm Old Hall


Once a Month Meetings

Women’s Institute  – Monday – Old Hall

7.30pm – 9.15pm


Lancaster History Society – Wednesday – Old Hall

7.30pm – 9.30pm


Can you help?

School is currently collecting mushroom containers – white or brown  and red/ blue hard  plastic (off  small chocolate boxes or the actual Christmas sweet tubs themselves)!!

All will be revealed at our next summer fair!

All donations are greatly appreciated.

Athletics Clubs in the Local Area

Lancaster and Morecambe Athletics Club


COLT- City of Lancaster Triathlon


Athletics Clubs in Lancaster


Lancaster City Swimming Club


Carnforth and District Amateur Swimming Club



Lancaster Tennis Club


Tennis clubs in Lancaster

Gymnastics and Trampolining

City of Lancaster Gymnastics


Garstang School of Gymnastics


Gymnastics and Trampolining near Lancaster
Enjoy a ball lancaster

All Round Ball Skills

Enjoy a Ball


Brownies and Guides

Guiding is the UK’s largest youth organisation for girls. Rainbows are aged 5-7, Brownies 7-10, and Guides are 10-14. Guiding is open to girls of all backgrounds, religions, abilities and nationalities. Girls in Guiding have fun, learn, and make friends.

13TH LANCASTER GROUP meets in the Williamson Park area early evening every week in term time: Tuesdays (Rainbows) and Wednesday (Brownies and Guides).

19TH LANCASTER GROUP meets at the URC Church in Bowerham every week in term time on Wednesdays.

20TH LANCASTER GROUP meets in the Castle area every other Sunday afternoon, great for girls who have after school activities.

For Rainbows, Brownies or Guides , you can also make contact through the website at girlguiding.org.uk/interested 

Brownies and Guides
Hadashi Karate at Bowerham


Karate is hosted at Bowerham School in the Lower Hall each Tuesday and is run by Sensei Andrea Carbon. You can apply for her classes and find out more about it at her website which is at http://hadashimartialarts-lancaster.co.uk/

Sensei Carbon also runs a scholarship called ‘The Nina Chenault Scholarship for Primary Academic and Athletic Development’ The scholarship provides karate tuition at no cost to student recipients but students need to train at least twice a week and maintain good standing and behaviour in school. Students will still be required to pay for club membership (licenses), gradings and karate uniforms, however, it is hoped that we might be able to obtain good second-hand uniforms through donations. Recipients from low income and disadvantaged backgrounds will be considered. Awards are limited to 5 at any one time. Please see the Hadashi website for more information.