Clubs & Societies
Morley College is home to a number of clubs and societies, covering a wide range of interests.
If you would be interested in joining a club, please see individual club details for further information about how to get involved.
If you would be interested in starting a club please read through the Constitution for Morley Clubs (revised March 2014), prepare an application, having first studied our How to Start a Club (revised March 2014) document, and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org (details for postal applications are included in the document).
- An ensemble, which now plays as Morley Accordion Orchestra, bringing together accordion players of varying levels, experience and musical tastes.
- Join the Chess Club and take part in club competitions and other leagues.
- A networking group of therapists seeking to improve their skills through sharing best practice, and therapies.
- Morley's Folk Dance Club celebrates England's folk dancing heritage with a lively dance programme.
- The purpose of The Choral Conducting Club is to enable members to practice choral conducting and choral singing with expert instruction.
- Explore the beatuiful countryside surrounding London with the Morley College Rambling Club.
- Morley Medieval hosts guest lectures three to four times a term on a wide range of research topics by leading scholars on medieval art and architecture.
- Morley Sculpture Society meet regularly for workshops, exhibitions and events.
- The London Ceramic Circle (LCC) at Morley College is dedicated to the study of British and International ceramics and their development.