When a club is added to the site, the founder is going to have to explain what the club is about, where and when it will meet, and who is allowed to be a member.
We're going to put in place some functions so that parents can act for their children, or one adult could act for another, in cases where that might make sense, such as disability.
I'm hoping we get clubs like "Let's walk round the park and then go the pub" clubs, as much as clubs like "Let's walk all the Lakeland fells" club, or "Let read some books".
Here's the current category list we're working on. We would appreciate thoughts on this list:
Sport / Activity Athletics Cue-sports Snooker Pool Billiards Cricket Cycling Darts Football Gymnastics Motorsports Racketsports Rugby Walking / Hiking Watersports Arts & Crafts Drawing Leatherworking Makers Metalworking Journaling Model making Needlecraft Painting Pottery Sculpture Stained glass Woodworking Gaming Boardgames Cardgames Poker Bridge Mixed Computer games LAN party Sharing club Live action RPG Dungeons and Dragons Warhammer Entertainment Books Film Music Quizing TV Theatre Dance Community Road & Traffic based Antisocial behaviour pressure group Conservation Friends of Groups Local environment improvement New mums support Warm clubs Interest Animals Dogs Cats Horses Reptiles Chickens Beer Birding Fashion Cooking Food / Cooking Gardening History British War European Local Home Schooling Languages French English German Spanish Chinese Radio Religion Spirituality Science Astronomy Materials Chemistry Biology Physics Stamp collecting Technology Travel Wine Holiday clubs Children Adults Families Day Trippers Work based Tool Banks Co-working Car share School clubs Printer sharing