Sport Activities


The large size of the Lister Hall provides Tyndale Archers an indoor venue to shoot throughout the Winter Season. 

The club, founded in 1990, attracts members from around South Gloucestershire and currently has active members from ages 12 to nearly 90!

Winter practice session are on Thursdays 6pm - 9pm and once a month on a Sunday 10am-2pm.

The club is open to everyone who wishes to just shoot as a hobby, or to those who want to be really competitive and achieve the ultimate level of Grand Master Bowman! 

To find out more visit


The Lister Hall lends itself to accommodate a full-size Badminton Court layout. 

The Chantry Centre can set up the temporary court lines, net and posts to provide a Badminton Court for individual 'pay as you play' sessions or home for a local Badminton club or social groups to play.


Dursley Diamonds Cheerleaders is a friendly, welcoming club focusing on all areas of cheerleading from tumbling and gymnastic skills to stunts and dance through safe progressions and experienced coaches.

It is a non profit organisation where all money goes back into the club to purchase more equipment. 

Classes are on Mondays:
4.45-6.15pm for ages 6 to 11
6.15-7.30pm for 11 years plus.

Contact: Claire Nadin 


New Age Kurling is a form of the original curling game, but adapted so that it can be played indoors on any smooth, flat surface, like that in the Lister Hall, instead of on ice.  The Kurling stones run on bearings making the game accessible to everyone of all abilities and ages.

U3A (The University of The Third Age) Cam, Dursley & District, has a Kurling group that plays at the Chantry Centre usually on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month, 2pm - 4pm.

Contact: Barbara via

Short Mat Bowls

The flat surface and length of the Lister Hall floor provides the ideal venue for the increasingly popular Short Mat Bowls.

Why not get a group of friends together and have a go?  The Chantry Centre can set up the hall with the Short Mat Bowls equipment ready for you to play.


The Chantry Centre has a full size self contained skittle alley featuring 2 lanes.

In addition to being available for individuals or groups to play, it is the venue for the Lister and Berkeley Skittles Leagues with games being held throughout the year.

The Lister Skittles League are always looking out for more teams to join this friendly league or individual players to join an existing team. 

If you fancy giving it a go or wish to find out more visit Listers Skittles League

Table Tennis

The Chantry Centre is home to the Cam & Dursley Table Tennis club for Juniors on Wednesdays 4 – 5.30pm.

The pay as you go structure, of £3 per session, provides the perfect opportunity for boys and girls aged 9-18 to try their hand and develop their skill at a different sport.  

Contact: Nigel Meredith on

Alongside this U3A (The University of The Third Age) Cam, Dursley & District, has recently made the Chantry Centre it's home for it's table tennis groups on Wednesdays
1.45 - 3.30pm and Fridays 10.15 - noon.

Contact: Terry Ind or Pam Davis