Community & Groups
There’s so much going on and you can join in here…
Cricket clubClifton Hampden Cricket Club has a Saturday team who play in the OCA in division 3, and a Wednesday evening 20 over team who play in the local friendly league.
Fight the gravelSome crushing news: a gravel extraction and concrete processing plant has been proposed for this area. We’re against this and need your support.
Longbow societyA drinking club with a traditional archery problem.
Post Office & StoresClifton Hampden Post Office and Stores is a small independent village shop offering a wide variety of goods: bread, pasties and croissant baked fresh daily, scrummy cakes and biscuits and a good selection of cards and gifts.
St Michael and All Angels churchSt. Michael's is part of the Bridge Group (Clifton Hampden, Culham, Long with Little Wittenham), which worships together Sunday by Sunday. We try to offer a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for prayer in our beautiful church with its riverside setting. Children are encouraged to worship with their families though we do have special service booklets for children to help them engage with the service.
Village Primary SchoolAt Clifton Hampden C of E Primary School we believe that children’s first experiences of school are vital laying down the foundations for all aspects of life that follows. We want all children at our school to have a love of learning, so that they can continue to learn effectively through into adulthood and enjoy happy, fulfilling and productive lives.
Our aim is to provide the highest possible quality education for all our children, enabling them to realise their individual abilities, talents, skills and personal qualities. We pride ourselves on our warm, caring ethos, within which all children feel happy, safe, engaged and enabled to learn.
ScoutsThe 1st Clifton Hampden and Burcot Scout Group has groups all the way up from Beavers, through Cubs to Sea Scouts
Tennis ClubThe Clifton Hampden and Burcot Tennis club is open to all members of both communities as well as offering concessionary membership for local groups and associations. It is founded on the principles of inclusivity, fair play and fun for all.
The club was formed at the request of Sir Geoffrey and Lady Gibbs in 1950 or so. It was for the local people of the two villages to use the court in the grounds of Clifton Hampden Manor. Over the years many tournaments were held with Dorchester, Benson and Abingdon.
The club now has its own court on the recreation ground in Clifton Hampden and enjoys the support of players and non-players alike from both villages.
Village plan committeeJoin in and influence the future of the village. You can contact the Burcot and Clifton Hampden Plan Steering Group here:
Clifton Hampden SurgeryClifton Hampden Surgery provides primary care for Clifton Hampden and surrounding areas. The surgery website offers lots of useful information about the surgery and the services on offer.
Clifton Hampden WI
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