Bucklebury Parish etc websites

Bucklebury Parish Council: the official Council website (includes Diary details and list of Councillors and current events)
Also downloadable copies of "The Oaks"

Community of Bucklebury general website; includes history, clubs & societies and comprehensive information about the whole Parish. this is a wikispaces site and information can be added by individuals on application (click on Edit). (This website)

Parish Churches dedicated website, includes details of all church activities in the three combined parishes of Bucklebury, Bradfield and Stanford Dingley and [[http://www.bradfield-parish co uk|www.bradfield-parish co uk]]

The Bucklebury Farm Park
The Bucklebury Farm Park

Upper Bucklebury Memorial Hall: click here to link to the memorial Hall website for forthcoming events, booking arrangements and fee, and other information including current expansion plans: See under Meeting Halls

The Bucklebury Beerfest: the occurs once a year on the first Saturday in October. It takes place in the Recreation Ground in Bucklebury Village next to the Victory Room (see below) near the Church and the Farm Park and the River Pang is nearby. Details can be found on the dedicated website

The Victory Room, Bucklebury Village and recreation ground. This is the Village "hall" and is close by St Mary's Church. It dates back to the first World War, is wood pannelled, has a charming ambience and holds up to 100 people. It adjoins a 4 acre field and childrens play area. Its full catering facilities make it an ideal place for private parties and weddings. It also has a number of special events very year and is used by Newbury Adult Education classes and Bucklebury Football club. Further details see this website and from Mrs Lindy Clarke, 0118 971 2768. See also under Meeting Halls, above, for latest information on the Victory Room and future plans.

The Pang and Kennet Valleys website, which includes a copy of the current "Upstream" newsletter and information about "The Volunteers", "The Friends of the Pang,K & L Countryside Projects and the Bucklebury Heathlands Group etc






The Parish of Bucklebury with Marlston and the Parish of Bradfiled with Stanford Dingley have their own websites dedicated to detailed and day-to-day parish and church matters. See links above.

Newbury, Berkshire. Parish Church and HQ for Rural Deanery (Oxford Diocese)

St Mary's Church in Thatcham now has a website.