Clubs, Societies, Charities and other groups

For Sports Groups see Burwell Sports and Activities page
Clubs / Groups / Organisations
Agricultural Discussion Group
Burwell & District - John King 01638742485
Art Group
Mrs H. Heathershaw
01638 741180
Burwell Bridge Club
Every Wednesday 7-9pm at Trinity Church Hall (rear of church near Lloyds chemist) £2 per session
Burwell Bridge Club Poster
Burwell Bridge Club Logo
Contact: Alan Williams
01638743897 Email

or Ian Oldfield
01638742820 Email
Burwell Society
Mr K. Driver, 28 Park Road 01638743494
Burwell Allotment and Garden Society
Burwell Anchor Ramblers
Meet every Sunday, at the Anchor car park in Burwell, at 10 a.m, for a walk of about 5 to 6 miles, taking about 3 hours. This is not a formal rambling club, there are no membership fees, just an invitation for anyone, young or old to join us for a chat, and get some exercise and fresh air, finishing back at the Anchor for a well earned drink (optional of course!!) We have been going since 1996.
Burwell Anchor Ramblers Web Site
Burwell & Exning Cricket Club
Burwell Cricket Club and Exning Cricket Merged in January 2018
Run four Saturday adult sides and train over 100 local children who participate across three junior sides at under 11, 13 and 15
For latest Information see: Burwell & Exning Cricket Club
(Twitter Page)
Burwell Carers
Burwell Carers arranges events every three months for carers who live in and around Burwell village in Cambridgeshire, UK.
Burwell Carers Web Site
Burwell Community Forum
Not just for the biannual 'Burwell at Large' community weekend event but supporting community life in Burwell.
Burwell Community Forum Page
Burwell and District FlowerClub Logo
The Burwell and District Flower Club welcomes anyone who has an interest in flower arranging, flower display, floral design and floral art.
Contacts Programme & Events Burwell and District Flower Club Web Site
Burwell Community Print
Burwell Community Print is a social training enterprise community print facility
Burwell Community Print Web Site
Burwell Carnival
Burwell Carnival delivers a day for people of all ages to enjoy, remember and most of all raise thousands of pounds for many local charity & community organisations.
Burwell Carnival on Facebook Burwell Carnival Web Site
Burwell Environment Group
This group has been formed by people living in Burwell, who are concerned about the environment emergency. Our aims are:
1. To reduce our energy use in order to minimise carbon, and other harmful emissions
2. To absorb or offset carbon emissions
3. To organise renewable energy projects
We will initially seek community approval and arrange a launch meeting, ideally to be followed by a baseline survey
Facebook Page
Burwell Ex-Service & Social Club
21 The Causeway, Burwell.
The Burwell Ex-Service and Social Club was formed in 1921 and following the creation of the Royal British Legion in 1923, it became the Burwell Branch of this excellent organisation.
01638742215 Burwell Ex-Service & Social Club Web Site
Burwell History Society
Meet 3rd Wednesday of the month (starting 15th Sept 2021) at Mandeville Hall, 7.30 for 7.45.
For more information contact Judy Paxton
01638741713 email Judy Paxton
Burwell Litter Picking
Monthly litter picking session on the last Saturday of every month. March, June, July, Sept & Nov. Meet at Mandeville Hall. Other months meet at Jubilee Reading Room
Contact Via Email Burwell Litter Picking
Burwell Museum Friends
Burwell Museum Trust
Burwell Museum Trust is a small and inspiring local charity run by volunteers who are passionate about Burwell and its history.
Burwell Museum Web Site
Burwell Players
Weekly at 8pm from Tuesday 10th September, Langdon Room, Burwell Village College
Please contact Carol Owen on for further information or just come along to one of our meetings. 01638 741634 Burwell Players Page
Burwell Poetry Society
Burwell Scrabble Club
The Burwell Scrabble runs on alternate Wednesdays, 10.30 - 12.00 noon at Ness Court Coffee Lounge, Baker Drive. For more information please call:
07827966367
Part of the Red2 Green Service.
For more information see this ChangingTheRedLightsGreen.co.uk Web Site
Burwell Tigers Football Club
Burwell Tigers Football Club was formed in May 1999 to provide the children of the community of Burwell and surrounding villages with the opportunity to learn and enjoy playing football. Tigers was originally formed only for children of the Ages Under 8 and Under 9 (as defined by the Cambridgeshire Mini League), but due to the huge success of the club it now runs teams at various age levels from Under 8 upwards.
Burwell Tigers Football Club Web Site
Devil's Dyke Morris Men
The side began as the Staploe Hundred Morris Men in 1975
Devil's Dyke Morris Men Web Site
Cambs. Village Colleges Choral Society
Mrs Jenny Mansell 01638741139
Carpet Bowls
Secretary: Joyce Mascord, 55 High Street
01638742610
Cambridge Council for Voluntary Service
Cambridge Council for Voluntary Service Logo
CCVS is an independent registered charity, set up by local organisations in the 1980's, to provide a central source of expert help and advice for local groups. Our purpose is to support charitable organisations by providing them with the tools they need to keep going. We provide training, one-to-one consultancy and advice to help community and voluntary groups set up, develop and grow in Cambridge, South Cambridgeshire and Fenland
Cambridge Council for Voluntary Service Web Site
Church Army Link
Jan Frost, Waterside Lodge, Carter St, Fordham
01638721274
Churches Together In Burwell
Chaired by: Rev Eleanor Williams, Vicar of Burwell with Reach, 22 Isaacson Road. Burwell CB25 0AF
01638 741262 email
Clunch
Clunch is the community magazine for Burwell
Clunch Page Clunch Facebook Page
Gardening Club
Burwell & District: Mrs M.Wilson, 2 Tudor Cottages, Upware
01353 723402
La Leche League
Rachel O'Leary For breast feeding help and information as well as details of local meetings.
01638 741291
or Miriam Cressey
01638 751970
Labour Party
Burwell Branch - Martin Evans
01638 743401
Lacemakers
Carole Morris
01638 742024
Liberal Democrats
Burwell & Bottisham Branch Hazel Williams, 66 Mill Lane
01638 743897
or Michael Allen
01638 744050
Local History Society
Catherine Pearce
01638 741098
Music Circle
Ophir Catling11 Trinity Close, Fordham
01638 723017
Photographic Club
Burwell & Bottisham - Daphne Hanson 16 Meadowlands
Established in 1973, the club has become well known both locally and nationally for the high standard of its photographic work. There is a wide range of abilities from beginners to experienced photographers.
01638 741106 Photographic Club
Phoenix Singers
Jagger Laycock, 20 Swaflham Road
01638 741406
Royal British Legion
Women's Section - Phyllis Sanford
01638 743561
St Mary's Preservation Trust
Treasurer: Don Kyte 122 Low Rd
01638 741156
St. Mary's Choir
Mrs E.Payne, 27 Abbey Close
01638 741543
St. Mary's Mothers Union
Leader: Phyllis Sanford, 17 Ashgrove
01638 743561
St. Mary's Tower Bell Ringers
No contact details at present
St. Mary's Young Wives
Leader: Hazel Kelly
01638742971
Theatregoers
Go to the theatre. Pauline Fletcher
01638 742008 email
W.E.A. Group
Secretary: Mrs L. Grant, 56 The Causeway
01638741670
Women's Institute
Burwell Branch: Mrs Marjorie Holmes
01638 741915
Woodland Project
Contact: Sue Clifton
01638 742162
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Oxford Archaeology News
Visitors welcomed to
Bronze Age Burwell Oxford archaeology
UK's biggest solar farm planned for east of England (Click on image for larger version)
Proposed Solar Farm
Latest Proposals
Millstone Park Housing Development
(350 new homes)
This Land Web Site
Planning Docs
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