Little Kingshill Village Society

 

 

Local Organisations

 

Little Kingshill is is home to several community organisations

 

Little KingsHill Women's Institute

 

The Little Kingshill Women's Institute was formed in 1918 during the first World War and was one of the first WI's in Buckinghamshire with 22 ladies. In 1937 the Institute briefly closed to be reformed again in September 1940 with 39 members. LKWI helped in the war effort (as did all WI's) by knitting and sewing many, many garments for troops) ....To present day now with over 50 members and celebrating its 95th birthday in 2013. It is are a friendly group, meeting on the 2nd Thursday in the month at 2:00 in the Village Hall. Members enjoy informative and sometimes entertaining talks, always followed with afternoon tea, and days out and trips to the theatre. There are various clubs and social groups within too, swimming, walking, mini bridge, craft, croquet in the warmer months also there is the very popular lunch club too.

 

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New Road Frontages Association

 

The New Road Frontages Association has the objects of preserving the privacy of New Road and maintaining the road surface of the un-adpted road in a state of repair suitable for the passage of pedestrian and vehicular traffic.

 

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Girl Guiding

 

The Little Kingshill Girl Guiding group meets in the village hall from 5:30-7:00 pm on Wednesdays during term time

 

If you would like to register your daughter to join, please go to the Girl Guiding website: https://www.girlguiding.org.uk/get_involved/volunteer/register_your_interest.aspx

 

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Scouts

 

The following groups meet at the Group Headquarters in Hare Lane:
Beavers: (age 6-8 years) Tues. and Thurs. 6:00 - 7:15 pm
Cubs: (age 8-10 years) Mon. 6:00-7:30 pm
Scouts: (age 10-14 years) Fri. 7:30-9:30 pm

To enquire about joining any group, contact the Membership Secretaries Neil and Suzanne Holland: tel 01494 434 691,
Email: kingshillscouts@btinternet.com

 

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Cricket Club

 

In 2013 Little Kingshill Cricket Club joined with Amersham Cricket Club. The reason behind this was to keep cricket being played at Little Kingshill as the committee had seen a dramatic decline in the last ten years and did not want to see cricket disappear from the village after 115 years

 

The new set up sees cricket played at the LK ground every Saturday within the season as Amersham Cricket Club, playing league cricket. On Sunday there are friendly matches played under the name of Little Kingshill CC. Amersham CC has a large colts section which is run every Monday evening at the Shardeloes ground.

For any further information please contact Tony Chick (Hon. Secretary) by email or call on 07827340125
or you can visit the club website:

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