Clubs and Organisations

Children and Young People

Beaver Scouts


Collingbourne and Everleigh Gardening Club

When: Fourth Thursday of each month

Meeting September to April. During summer months, visits to gardens and places of interest

Where: Collingbourne Ducis/Kingston Village Hall


Terry Greenwood, Chairman
01264 852766

Wendy Roper, Secretary
01264 852757

Collingbourne Kingston Women’s Institute

When: Second Thursday of each month

Where: Collingbourne Ducis/Kingston Village Hall


Mrs Sarah Gregory, Secretary
01264 850712

Collingbourne Cricket Club

When: Indoor Cricket over the winter for both adults and Colts

Where: N/A


01264 850593

Collingbourne Table Tennis Club


Monday 7 pm – 9 pm
Tuesday 10 am – 12 noon
Friday 10 am – 12 noon


Collingbourne Ducis Village Hall (Mon)
Collingbourne Kingston Village Hall (Tues/Fri)

St Mary’s Community Choir

Friday 7.30 pm – 8.30 pm

Where: St Mary’s Church


Nigel Worner-Phillips, Choir Master
01264 850070

Collingbournes and Everleigh Society of Ringers

When: Monday 7 pm – 9 pm

Where: Alternates between St Mary’s Church, CK and St Andrew’s Church, CD


Mike Holt, Tower Captain
01264 850621

Collingbourne Quilting Group

When: First and third Wednesday of each month 7 pm – 9pm

Where: Collingbourne Kingston Village Hall


Wendy Brown
01264 850012

Collingbournes and Everleigh Link Scheme

Link Oct 2023 page 001

Link Oct 2023 page 001

Collingbourne and District Twinning Association


In the early 90’s, an adventurous group of our neighbours began interesting soundings with a view to finding a community in France with whom we could become officially twinned. By good fortune a community in Normandy was found, namely the village of Le Merlerault, which lies some 80 kms south east of Caen. Apart from having the obvious like minded ambition of extending a cross Channel hand of friendship, it met the criteria of being within reasonable distance of a ferry port, of having a population not too dissimilar from that of the combined total of both Collingbournes and Everleigh and of having a similar rural background. After some preliminary visits to no doubt allow the both parties to get the measure of each other, a formal tying of the twinning knot was agreed upon and carried out with all due ceremony and dignity on April 18th 1992 at the Community Centre, Collingbourne Ducis.

In Collingbourne Kingston the event is recorded by copies of the Twinning Charter, kept in the Ruth Fisher Room in the Village Hall, and by the plaque on the Village Cross.In the years that have passed since its inauguration, the exchange activities of the Twinning Association have led to many valued friendships between individuals and families. Exchange visits between families usually happen on alternate years around Easter time while in the summer holidays it’s the turn of groups of young people.

Where: N/A


David Paterson
01264 850573