Clubs and Societies

Cycling Club

A new club has just started in the village. It is aimed at those people who just want a very easy 20 mileish ride with a stop for coffee and hopefully cakes as well. At the present time they are meeting once a month. If you are interested contact Ian Shipton


Moreton Cricket Club

If you are interested in playing cricket this season, email or call the membership secretary Jon Cross ( will send you details of membership.

President - Trevor Denning
Chairman - Tim Haworth

Women's Institute

The North and South Moreton WI is normally held on the second Wednesday of each month. Meetings are held in North Moreton Village Hall starting at 7.30pm. There is a varied and interesting programme of meetings and activities organised throughout the year and we would be very pleased to see new faces.

Sue Harrison can be contacted for further information.

Moreton Table Tennis Club

Moreton Table Tennis Club will continue to play at the sports hall at South Moreton School. They are actively looking for new players (of all abilities) tobuild the teams which are currently scheduled to compete in all 5 divisions (Div 1-5) of the Didcot & District Table Tennis Association. The new season starts mid September. They are also looking for social players who are happy just to play friendly games at practice sessions, any age and gender!

The Club's new season 2015/16 will begin mid September. The Table Tennis club website -

Contact: Bob Price or Paul Cheong - Treasurer and Acting Secretarty

Cobbs Clay Club

We shoot on Sunday mornings between 10.00am and 12.30pm (not Rememberance Sunday) at the Old Rec. Our club endeavours to support local projects and charities and we welcome North Moreton visitors to come along and have a go.

For more information contact the CCC secretary Elaine Sharp at or 07870 115690.

The Earth Trust

The Earth Trust provides a comprehensive programme of events for all ages and all seasons. Events and activities for adults and children run throughout the year. A full list of events can be found on the Parish Council noticeboard or by visiting their website Earth Trust