Here is a list of regular Clubs & Events at the Hall. For special events please see the ‘Special Events – Info‘ page or the ‘Village Hall News’ section on the right of the page.
For full details of Regular Clubs & Events please click on the link
|Inkpen Food & Craft Market||3rd Sunday every month||10am to 12.30pm|
|Indoor Carpet Bowls||Thursday||2pm|
|Daisy Chains||Friday morning|
|Pudding Club||(Last Thursday of each month) ON A BREAK||(7.30pm)|
|Table Tennis||Wednesday – Ping Pong
Wednesday – Intermediate
|Stitch & Knit||1st Wednesday every month||7.45pm|
Inkpen benefits from numerous activities and events, which take place throughout the year. Some are free, but most make a small charge for attendance or membership.
The Inkpen Tennis Club meets on Tuesday evenings all through the year (with flood-lighting) from 18:30 at the Recreation Grounds. There are 2 hard courts. Once you have joined as a member, you can play at any time if the courts are free (the School makes use of the courts on occasions). Contacts are Charles Isaac (Chairman, Tel: 668102) & Nigel Pateman (Treasurer, Tel: 668563).
Inkpen Cricket Club plays Sunday social matches throughout the summer against local opposition. The home ground is the Inkpen Memorial Playing Field on Post Office Road. For last minute updates on matches, visit the website or contact David Glitz (Captain, Tel: 668148) or Simon Hanna (firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: 669028).
Cycling Team Inkpen is a group of Inkpen cyclists that meets at 9:30 a.m. on the first Sunday of every month at the Playing Field for a cycle ride close to inkpen.
Other Inkpen Community Venues
The Village Hall is the largest indoor communal space, and is where many regular and ad hoc activities take place. The Pavilion is an indoor space while other community locations and amenities are mainly outdoors including:
- the Inkpen Memorial Playing Field with its Pavilion
- the two BBOWT reserves of Inkpen Common and the Crocus Field
- the village pond at Upper Green – just opposite the Village Hall
- Walbury Hill. Walbury Hill straddles Inkpen and Combe parishes, and is the destination for Inkpen activities such as the “Gibbet Challenge”. It’s also a popular destination for walkers, hang gliders, and microlight aircraft
- the many public footpaths which criss-cross Inkpen. Uploadable maps for 5 circular walks around Inkpen are being developed.