Amenities

Maids Moreton Village has several community amenities:

Rose Garden. At the end of Maids Street there is a dedicated garden area for the residents of Maids Moreton to enjoy. This is maintained by volunteers and always looks beautiful. The main village notice board is located here.

Allotments. These are run by a team of volunteers under the name Maids Moreton Allotments Association. Their first point of contact is Hywel Willmot who can be contacted via email at hywelwillmot@btinternet.com.

Play Area. The village play area, off Avenue Road, is a dedicated play area for the younger people in our parish. This is due a refurbishment and we are in the process of starting a grant application to raise much needed funds for this project. If you would like to be part of the volunteer group helping with this please contact the clerk at maidsmoretonclerk@gmail.com.

Playing Fields. Adjacent to the Play Area, our village playing fields are used by both Buckingham Rugby Club and Maids Moreton Cricket Club. They are also a good place for family games. We do ask that dogs keep off this area to prevent the transfer of parasites from dog faeces which can cause blindness and illness in children and adults.

Scout Hut. Primarily used by Maids Moreton Scouts for scouting activities, this venue can also be hired for private parties by prior arrangement. Please contact the clerk via email: maidsmoretonclerk@gmail.com.

Cricket Pavilion. Primarily used by Maids Moreton Cricket Club during their games, this venue can also be hired for private parties by prior arrangement. Please contact the clerk via email: maidsmoretonclerk@gmail.com.

The Village Hall. Looked after by a committee of volunteers, this can be booked via their bookings administrator Lucy Viewing at lucyviewing@yahoo.co.uk.

Scott's Lane. Maids Moreton Conservation Group spend many happy hours voluntarily maintaining this conservation area in the heart of the village.


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