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List of active Martinstown clubs and societies in alphabetical order:

Art Group - CLICK for more info


Baby & Toddler Group - CLICK for more info
Badminton Club - CLICK for more info
Beavers, Cubs & Scouts - CLICK for more info
Beginners Dance - CLICK for more info
Bell Ringers - CLICK for more info
Bingo - CLICK for more info
Blanchard Trust - CLICK for more info
Botanical Art Group - CLICK for more info


Chair-based Exercise - CLICK for more info
Cricket Club - CLICK for more info


Dance Group - CLICK for more info


Keep Fit Class - CLICK for more info
Knit and Natter - CLICK for more info


MWMC Cycling Group - Meet on Tuesdays at various pubs!  • Contact: Mike Bennett on 01305 889613 for more info


Pilates - CLICK for more info


Table Tennis Club - CLICK for more info


Valley Club - CLICK for more info


Womens Institute (WI) - CLICK for more info

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Look out for information on our live performances, children's events, visual arts programmes, project work and much more - in and around the village.

Check the site regularly to find out dates, times and admission costs for future events.

CLICK HERE to visit the ARTSREACH website.

Martinstown 100 Club

A 100 Club which raises funds in support of the Village Hall in Martinstown was begun ten years ago in July 1998. Members contribute one pound a month, or £12 yearly, and the Club pays out monthly prizes of £25, £10 and £5. So, the loyal support of the hundred has resulted in the Hall Committee receiving over £7000 towards the many costs they have to meet, and the village benefits by having a Village Hall of which we can all be proud!



If you would like to join in when a vacancy arises, please let Margaret Hearing know on 01305 889346.

Friday, 15 12 2017

Martinstown Wastewatch

The Martinstown Waste Watch Group began their independent collection of used newspapers and magazines in the village in 1989.

 Since then they have raised almost £1000 a year. This money can be used by any established group, such as Cub Scouts, Cricket Club, and Toddlers’ Group. It has provided the village with many amenities – for example, seats on the Village Green and Information Stand, cricket nets and tents for Guides.

Currently there is over £1000 in the bank and applications for grants are welcomed by the Group’s Treasurer.

 Offers of help to join the regular paper-collectors are invited. This involves one week’s transport of papers from the two deep freezers outside the Village Hall and Parish Office to a depot at Church Farm, and your turn comes round every nine or ten weeks. 

Additional help would be appreciated by the hard-working regulars! 

The Group Organiser is Mike Parkin – Tel: 01305 889624.

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