Cadsden Road Stockwell Lane (Monks Risborough Parochial Charities)
Contact Jayne Wellbelove 07803 170103 firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Jane Roger 01844 347906 email@example.com
for Stockwell Lane
The Chilterns Art Group
Kop Hill Badminton Club https://e-voice.org.uk/kop-hill-badminton-club/
Princes Risborough Bowls Club Men’s Section.
Contact: Neil Perry
Tel: 01844 343498
Princes Risborough Bowls Club Ladies Section
Contact: Mrs Janet Preston
Tel: 01844 345961
Tel: 01296 487556https://www.bucksvision.co.uk/
Bucks Canine Society
Dog Training Contact: Mrs G Bird
Tel: 01296 485287 https://www.buckinghamshirecaninesociety.org.uk/
There are two Cricket clubs in the parish, both based at the Windsor Playing Fields, Horsenden Lane.
Monks Risborough Cricket Club
Contact: Mr C Brown
Tel: 01296 747786 www.pitchero.com/clubs/monksrisboroughcricketclub
Princes Risborough Cricket Club
Has two Saturday League Teams and one Sunday XI. They also have several junior teams and a strong coaching programme for youngsters.
Tel: 01844 343893 (Pavilion)
Email via the website.
The Phoenix Trail, part of route 57 of the National Cycle Network, is an award winning cycle route that follows the disused railway line from Princes Risborough to Thame (some 6 miles). There are many interesting sculptures and excellent views along the Trail, which is well signposted from The Town Centre, and the Railway Station. Details can be obtained at the Information Centre in Horns Lane. South Bucks Midweek Cycling are an organisation that offers group rides every Wednesday in the beautiful surroundings of the Chilterns Area. For more details contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit email@example.com group with ride types that will suit a wide range of riders from beginners to seasoned cyclists.
Inca Dog Training & Communication
Tel: 07951 firstname.lastname@example.org
Fishing can be arranged at Thame or in nearby rivers and private lakes.
Risborough Rangers FC
– with its headquarters at Windsor Playing Fields have a number of teams including 1st, Reserve and Youth
Risborough Rangers Junior Football Club
Established in 1971 and now one of the largest football clubs in the area with over 350 children training/playing every week.
Training girls and boys from reception class and up on Saturday mornings, with some mid- week training for some age groups -full details on our website.
We are now one of the only clubs in the area to provide football for Pan-disability with a dedicated FA level 1 coach.
New players of all abilities always welcome. Please see our website and twitter page for more details.
There are nine-hole Golf courses at Whiteleaf and Saunderton Lee and there are eighteen-hole golf courses at Ellesborough and High Wycombe. Some of the country’s most famous eighteen-hole courses are within easy reach.
Whiteleaf Golf Club
Contact: Mr Derek Hill
Tel: 01844 274058
Risborough Golf Club
Tel: 01844 346989
There is a fully equipped, air conditioned, Health and Fitness Studio at Risborough Springs.https://www.placesleisure.org/centres/risborough-springs-swim-and-fitness-centre/
Council for Protection of Rural England
Tel: 0870 2416642
Princes Risborough Area Heritage Society
Contact: Dr S McFarlane
Tel: 01844 343004
Risborough Countryside Group
Contact: Mr F Gomme
Tel: 01844 274865
Monks Risborough Horticultural Society
Contact: Mick White
Whiteleaf Scout Hall, Courtmoor Close, (off Mill Lane), Monks Risborough. HP27 9NB
Contact: Paul Gunning
Stewart Hall, Station Road, Little Kimble. HP17 0XN
Tel: 01869 277835 or 07986 582768
Tuesdays 10:30am - 11:30am and 12:00am - 1:00pm
Wednesdays 4:45pm - 5:45pm and 6:00pm - 7:00pm
R. N. L. I.
Contact: Mrs Ann Maltby
Tel: 01844 344318
Princes Risborough is quite convenient for both Windsor and Ascot Race courses. The Old Berkeley Beagles and the Vale of Aylesbury Hunt support local Point-to-Point races at Kimble at Easter and Kingston Blount at other times during the season.
The Chinnor and Risborough Railway Association
The old railway line between Chinnor and Princes Risborough holds regular Steam train events throughout the year. This is a great day out and a fascinating experience with the final link to Princes Risborough Station soon to be reopened.
Tel: 01844 354117
Risborough and District Model Railway Club
Contact: Paul Wright
Tel: 01844 275748
Risborough Area Community Bus
Risborough Area Community Bus (RACB) is dedicated to providing low floor, easily accessible transport in and around Princes Risborough and surrounding villages for all those, of all ages, inadequately served by public transport.
Princes Risborough & District U3A
Princes Risborough and District University of the Third Age where retired and semi-retired people make new friends and learn new things together. We provide educational, creative and leisure opportunities in a friendly environment – not for qualifications but for the joy of discovery! For further information visit https://www.risboroughu3a.org.uk
Risborough & District Community Association
is open to every adult living in Risborough and surrounding villages.
programme is organised of outings to places of interest, theatre visits and
magazine ‘What’s On in Risborough’ is available to all members. This contains a
list of events to be held in the district, articles of interest and booking
forms for outings.
Risborough & District Community Association
Tel: 01844 275335
Membership is open to every adult living in Risborough and surrounding villages.
An extensive programme is organised of outings to places of interest, theatre visits and concerts.
A monthly magazine ‘What’s On in Risborough’ is available to all members. This contains a list of events to be held in the district, articles of interest and booking forms for outings.
Risborough Good Neighbours
Tel: 01844 342600
Risborough and District Photographic Society
Contact: Peter Spong
Tel: 01844 345616
Risborough Environmental Group
Risborough Environmental Group is a group of environmentally conscious volunteers in Princes Risborough and the surrounding area. The Group’s objective is to provide opportunities for local, active volunteers to maintain and enhance the natural environment and biodiversity of the Risborough area. By creating and promoting local initiatives, and participating in other projects, REG believe that a positive difference to the environment can be made for the benefit of all creatures great and small.
T: 0774 6368085 E: email@example.com
Risborough Rugby Football Club
The club has been in existence since 2008. We have had 2 promotions and now play in Bucks, Berks and Oxon Premier league. Our home games are all played at Princes Risborough school off Merton Rd and all supporters are most welcome. The Whiteleaf in the Market Square acts as our clubhouse.
Contact: Terry Dillon, Club President
Tel: 07725 563006
There are other local Rugby Football Clubs that play at Aylesbury, Chinnor, High Wycombe and Thame.
Risborough Run In The Park
Free weekly 5k for runners of all ages and abilities.
9am every Sunday in Wades Park.
Just turn up, register and run!
We want to explain a little about ourselves and what we do. We also want to find out where there is local need and how we can assist, and thirdly we are always looking for individuals who might wish to join us.
You may well have seen us at local events including our Christmas Collections, running the firework display, providing stewards for the Kop Hill Climb Team, supporting the Princes Centre and assisting at the Town Council run Farmers’ Markets.
Your Rotary Club seeks to serve the Town and those in need. However the Club also has a social side, which in normal circumstances includes regular evening meetings, with a meal and a speaker, at the Whiteleaf Golf Club. We continue to look for local worthy causes and for new ways to raise funds. We are also keen to recruit new members and we are always looking for men and women of all ages who would like to be part of our team. If you would like to join us, contact David White, in Naphill, on 07787 750889 or go to the website
and select “Contact”:
If you would like to make a donation to the Club Charity Fund, you can do so by going clicking here
Slimming World, Baptist Church, 42 Bell Street, Princes Risborough, HP27 0AD Contact: Charlotte McNally Tel: 0793 294 9599
Snooker Club (Literary Institute)
Annual membership runs from January to December at a cost of £30 (2018). Bring your own cue or use one that is supplied. Full size slate bed table. 6 foot table also available for 50p a game. All ages welcome. £3 an hour for table lights. £1 to play for non-members. £10 deposit for entry key
Contact: Russell Abraham Tel: 07960 616017
The new Speedwatch Group has now been established and the initial team put together, however, we are now looking for non-Council members to join the team. To join the team please refer to the contact details on the back page.
There is an element of online training so it’s essential/desirable to have access to a PC or tablet. Please contact the Town Council office on 01844 275912 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Improve your fitness, flexibility and self-confidence. As well as teaching a traditional martial art and self defence, we also offer an alternative way to keep fit and have fun.
Tel: 01844 281888
Horsenden Tennis Club
has courts in Windsor Playing Fields.
Contact: Peter Messenger
Tel: 01844 344022
Princes Risborough Tennis Club
have their own courts off New Road
Membership Enquiries Contact: Andy Burn
Tel: 01844 343478
Coaching Enquiries Contact: Mel Ebbles
Tel: 07949 128195
The Risborough Area Residents Association
Has been representing the local Risborough and Ridgeway community since 1989. We have a great track record of protecting and improving our natural environment, campaigning against unsustainable and inappropriate development, and working to ensure all those living in the Risborough Area have access to good quality public services and amenities. Join RARA today by visiting www.risboroughresidents.org
Princes Risborough is one of the few towns that sits on The Chiltern Ridgeway, and as such is a very popular place for walkers, both serious, and not so. There are many footpaths, bridleways, circular walks, and interesting historical sites to visit in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. This part of the country offers some of the finest views in the Chilterns, with an abundance of interesting and unusual natural history. This area is an excellent place to see Red Kites soaring over the hills. Details of the varied walks and footpaths can be obtained at The Information Centre.
Whiteleaf Residents Association
Contact: Mr R Shaw
Tel: 01844 343524
The local WI Groups meet as follows:
1st Monday of each month 7.30pm, 2nd Wednesday each month 10am
1st Thursday of each month (except August) at 8pm at Princes Centre, Clifford Road
1st Wednesday each month 2.30pm
2nd Wednesday each month 7.45pm
2nd Wednesday each month 7.30pm
2nd Wednesday each month 10am
Kimble and Ellesborough
1st Wednesday each month 2.30pm
For further information contact the Bucks Women’s Institute, Stuart Rd, High Wycombe
Tel: 01494 526685
Sri Sri Yoga
Contact email@example.com or text 0774 6368085
Gentle yoga for all levels and ages with cleansing & energizing Pranayamas (breathing techniques) asanas (postures) and relaxation/meditation
Space limited so please pre book your space on a weekly basis. Session days and timings vary with the seasons so please enquire to find a slot that suites you best.
Contact: Mr Adam Dunmar
Tel: 07905 252868