Clubs and Organisations

From coffee clubs to art societies and walking groups to craft sessions, find a host of activities to become involved with in the MK18 area:

 

Clubs and Organisations in Buckingham Town

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Buckingham Art For All (BAFA)

16 Well Street Church, Buckingham

A Buckingham based art group which welcomes artists of all abilities and those interested in art to meet, share, learn and above all enjoy art.  Monthly meetings are held with a variety of speakers and demonstrations.

info@buckinghamartforall.co.uk

 
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Buckingham Men in Sheds

The Cote, next to The Woolpack

A ‘Shed’ is a place where men can come along and take part in craft based activities similar to those they would do at home or in their own garden shed but with the bonus of other like-minded men providing good company. It’s a social group where men can be productive, socialise and be part of their local community. Activities include woodwork, metal work, electronics, weaving, computing and digital photography.

 
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The Old Gaolers Drama Group

The Old Gaolers Drama Group has produced over 100 plays for audiences in Buckingham and beyond over the past four decades. These have ranged from comedies and thrillers to challenging dramas, costume classics and full-scale musicals. We have also supported the Buckingham Community Pantomime and participated in many other town events.

davidhughpickering@gmail.com 

 
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The Film Place

Buckingham Film Place

Buckingham's own local cinema. The Film Place transforms the lecture theatre at the University of Buckingham into a cinema which provides 160 seats.

 
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Slade Recreation Club

Slade Recreation Club, Buckingham Industrial Estate

An indoor snooker and bowls club run by volunteers. The Snooker Club has four full size snooker tables, the Indoor Bowls club has four bowling rinks. Both clubs welcome any new members. Opening times vary throughout the year - see website for details.

01280 822972 | robinjgalvin@gmail.com


Clubs and organisations in villages around Buckingham and Winslow

Gawcott Methodist Church Coffee Club

Gawcott Monthly Coffee Club

Gawcott Methodist Church

We have a monthly coffee afternoon (second Friday in the month from 2.00-4.00pm) where we serve teas, coffees, toasted tea-cakes and puddings. A Traidcraft stall and bring-and-buy table are available from time to time.

For further information please contact Irene on 01280 814361

 
Gawcott Methodist Church Toddler Parent Group

Gawcott Parent and Toddler Group

Gawcott Methodist Church

We have a thriving parent and toddler group who meet at the Chapel on a Tuesday afternoon. 

For further information please contact Irene on 01280 814361

 
Stewkley Walking Group

Stewkley Walkers

Stewkley and surrounding areas

We produce a quarterly programme of walks. These walks usually take place in the morning on varying days, are three to five miles in length and always conclude with an optional lunch at a nearby hostelry.  

secretary@stewkleywalkers.org.uk


Clubs and Organisations in Winslow

Clubs and Organisations in Winslow

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In Stitches - Knit and Natter

Winslow Community Library

Every Tuesday, 2.00pm to 4.00pm

01296 382415 | lib-wis@buckscc.gov.uk

 
Winslow and District Art Society

Winslow and District Art Society

Winslow Bowls Club and Padbury Village Hall

A regular series of art themed talks, meetings, outings and exhibitions. Workshops take place on Tuesdays, 10am to 1pm in the Padbury Village Hall.

01280 813733 | aliciavaux@btinternet.com

 
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Winslow Big Society Gentle Exercise and Relaxation

St Laurence Room, Winslow

Gentle exercise and relaxation specially designed for those with mobility and other health issues. Every Friday in term time 11.45am for 45 minutes at St Laurence Room.

Zoe Sutherland, 01296 712416 | z.sutherland@btinternet.com

 
Winslow Big Society Gentle Walks

Winslow Big Society Gentle Walks

St Laurence Room, Winslow

Specially designed for those who find walking difficult, are unused to walking or not able to walk regularly. All welcome. Short walks round Winslow at your pace, with refreshments at the end. Meet at 10am. Every Wednesday at St Laurence Room. Donations for refreshments. No need to book in advance.

Malcolm McPartlan, 01296 713686 | malcolm.mcpartlan97@gmail.com

 
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Winslow Men in Sheds

Station Road, Winslow

'Men's Sheds' are friendly workshops where men can gather and work together, share skills and knowledge or just have a chat and a laugh over a coffee.