Bishop Burton has a number of thriving societies and groups. For a full list see Village Groups
The Bishop Burton Country Friends group is for women and men of the village. We meet regularly and have presentations by interesting speakers on a variety of topics. It was previously part of the Yorkshire Countrywomens Association.
The Readers Group is for anyone who wants to share their experience of good (and bad!) books. We try to read a book each month that we then discuss in the pub. You can also post reviews of books in the forum and suggestions for others to read. To find out more contact Gina Douthwaite.
This is a society that started on 19th January 2010. Anyone can join in - no expertise is required. Contact Bryn Jones if you're interested. There's a forum on the web site but not much on it yet. The group stopped meeting in 2012 but it may be resurrected if there is a demand.
You can view here the Choir repertoire
The Bee Bees Playgroup closed in March 2013 but there is an active group engaged in creating a childrens' playground in the village.
There are a number of Village Groups in Bishop Burton. Some have their own areas within the web site while others just feature in the newsletter and the calendar. For more information including contact details view the Village Groups article below.
- Bishop Burton Countryside Friends
- Bishop Burton Darby & Joan
- Soft furnishing and sewing including decorative techniques
- Bishop Burton Village Choir (meets at Westfield Farm)
- Coffee morning
- Beverley Stroke Club
- Bishop Burton Bowls
- Fun Pet Dog Training
- Golf Society
- Latin American Dance Classes
- Yoga Classes