Clubs and Associations

Wolverton Park Bowls Club

Wolverton Park Bowls Club is the oldest club in Buckinghamshire, established in 1889. The club has a rich history, friendly atmosphere and something to offer people of all ages and walks of life. New members are welcome.

Haversham Road
MK12 5TN

Please take a look at the Google Map pin on the left of the specific location. 

For more details see the Wolverton Park Bowls Club website.

Please contact Wolverton Park Bowls Club via email or telephone the club on 01908 313992 or Chairman Bob Egan on 01908 227105.

 Wolverton Park Bowls Club


Wolverton Town Bowls Club

Wolverton Town Bowls Club hosts a warm and friendly atmosphere for all to join in with a game of bowls. The club is located on Cambridge Street, Wolverton.

New members are welcome, contact them on 01908 310514 or 07746954164 or email the Wolverton Town Bowls Club.

Please take a look at the Google Map pin on the left of the specific location.  

Wolverton Town Cricket Club


Wolverton Cricket Club


We are a friendly, sociable and inclusive cricket club. We are always looking for players of all standards we run three Saturday teams and one Sunday team as well as juniors. If you have any queries or would like to join, then please get in touch with us today, visit the Wolverton Town Cricket Club website.

Wolverton Town Band

Wolverton Town Band is based in Wolverton and is the oldest brass band in the area.

Each year the band proudly perform at events in Ploegsteert, Belgium which Wolverton is Twinned with.

For more information visit the Wolverton Town Band website.

Wolverton Town Band performing

Wolverton Gilbert and Sullivan Society

Gilbert and Sullivan logo

This lively group has been together for over 40 years and is always open to new members to either perform on stage or to help backstage or front of house; rehearsals take place every Friday night in Stony Stratford.

We have a very busy and active time each year; in spring we always stage a G&S Operetta and we have summer shows and concerts. We also have a lively social calendar, ending the season each year with a barbecue.

Please get in touch via the Wolverton Gilbert and Sullivan Society website where you will find details of our latest show, plus lots of pictures and information about all the shows we have produced.

Wolverton and Stony Stratford Rotary Club


Rotary club logo


Wolverton and Stony Stratford Rotary Club – a friendly group of like-minded people supporting local, national and international communities and good causes. We meet at the Cock Hotel in Stony Stratford on Tuesdays at 6.15pm, except when the preceding day is a Bank Holiday.

For more information about the club, call Rotarian Mike Thomas on 01908 320517, visit the Rotary Club website or go to the Rotary Club Facebook page.

Wolverton Tennis Club


Wolverton Tennis Club logo


Wolverton Tennis Club was formed in 1903 and is based on Osborne Street. New members are always welcome and the club operates an 'open door' policy. You can read the latest goings on in the WGTC Community Magazine.

For more information visit the Wolverton Tennis Club website.

Inner Wheel Club

Inner Wheel logo

We meet once a month at: The Roman Park Club, Blue Bridge, MK13 ORA on the second Monday of the month at 6.30pm. We enjoy a meal together, followed by a guest speaker, or other entertainment.

Our aim is to foster fellowship, friendship, and service locally, nationally and internationally, the main focus being locally. If you would like to find out more, please email the Inner Wheel club.

Western Front Association- MK Branch

The Milton Keynes branch of the Western Front Association are pleased to announce that they are now holding their monthly meetings at Wolverton Working Men’s Social Club at 49-50 Stratford Road, Wolverton, MK12 5LS. 

Meetings are usually the third Friday of the month, 7:30pm– 9:30pm. A donation covers costs and entry to a raffle. Refreshments are available at the bar. WFA members and members of the public are always very welcome.

For further details, please visit the Western Front Association website and search ‘MK’ in ‘Branches’. 


Western Front Association logo


Nkiru Arts

Nkiru Arts, based on Kiln Farm, run regular weekly Indian Dhol drumming sessions on a Tuesday and African drumming on a Wednesday evening. Both community groups are inclusive. Our community groups perform at over a dozen local and charity events each year.

For more details on classes and dates please see the Nkiru Arts website for more information.

Nkiru Arts Drumming Group

St John Ambulance

St John Ambulance – Badger Unit

Ages 5 to 11 years old. Badgers take part in a wide range of fun activities based on essential first aid and other fascinating topics, earning badges and certificates for each one, working towards their Super Badger Award.

We currently have plenty of space for Badgers and you can join at the St John Ambulance website.

St John Ambulance – Cadet Unit

 Ages 10 to 18 years old. Our Cadets work on their Grand Prior Award, a combination of essential first aid and other fascinating topics. Older cadets will be able to participate in further development and training. Giving them the opportunity to use first aid skills while supporting our adult volunteers at events.

We regret that our Cadet unit is currently oversubscribed and we are not taking on new members.

St John Ambulance – Adult Unit

Ages over 17 years old. As an adult Event First Aider volunteer, you'll be part of the team that saves lives. This volunteer role can see you at professional football matches, theatres, music festivals, and big sporting events such as the London Marathon. If you’ve got good communication skills and want to help people in your community, we’d love to have you on our team. You don’t need previous first aid experience to become an event first aider, we’ll give you all the training you need.

Recruitment for adults should be starting soon and you can find information on our Event First Aiders website page.

Youth Activities

Some of the above clubs and associations may have provision for young people, but for a specific list of activities available to young people in our parish please see our Community Youth Activities spreadsheet. If you see any mistakes or have a club/activity to add please email the Office at

YiS Early Support Hub

A YiS Early Support Hub (11-18 year olds) is coming soon! Tuesday 3:30-5pm at Walnut Tree Sports Ground, Bourton Low, MK7 7DE.

What is a YiS Early Support Hub?

YiS Early Support Hubs provide a drop-in service for young people aged 11-18 who would like a safe space to access support for their mental health and wellbeing without needing a referral or an appointment. Young people will gain access to light touch, early intervention information, signposting, guidance, and activities to support their mental health and emotional wellbeing needs before they hit a crisis point. Hubs enable young people to meet like-minded peers in their community.

Our wealth of materials and resources enable the topics and sessions to be flexible and reactive to the needs of young people. Hubs offer young people the opportunity to learn more about their mental health and gain skills and techniques to improve their overall wellbeing. We offer activities exploring self-esteem, anxious feelings, relationships, and essential sexual health support. The Hubs provide information and signposting to internal and external services to YiS through our newly developed database with a range of vetted services in Milton Keynes.

Hubs are relaxed, and there is no pressure on attendees to participate in the planned activities. Whilst predominantly group-based, any young person can access confidential one-to-one support. Our trained staff can respond to emerging issues whilst our Designated Safeguarding Lead will be on duty to provide support with any safeguarding issues.

Where and When will this new Hub take place?

The YiS Hub in Walton will start on Tuesday 3rd May 2022. This will take place every Tuesday between 3:30-5pm at the Walnut Tree Sports Ground, Bourton Low, MK7 7DE.

Are you a parent, carer, or guardian that wants to know more?

Please join us for an information evening on Tuesday 26th April at 6pm. YiS staff will be at the Walnut Tree Sports Ground (MK7 7DE) to tell you more about YiS Young People's Mental Health and what the Hubs will have on offer for young people, as well as answer any questions you may have. There is no need to register your attendance prior to the event, simply spread the word and show up.

For more information about the YiS Hub please contact: