About us

As of 1st May 2016 the old Farndon Sports & Social Club was taken over by Farndon Community Trust and re-branded Farndon Community Club.

It is the aim of the Trust (a registered charity) to make The Club accessible for sporting and social activities for residents of Farndon and surrounding villages.

The bar will be open at the times listed below, assuming that there is demand.  There will be new beers supplied by Big Hand Brewery as well as some old favourites, a new range of wines and Prosecco plus bottled beers and ciders and spirits.

The Hall will be available for bookings for private parties or activities and the Tennis and Bowling sections are happy to take on new members.

There will be a period of adjustment as funds are raised for improvements to the toilets, kitchen, shower and general areas in and around The Club so please bear with us during this period and please support any fundraising events to help these improvements become implemented quicker !!!

The FCT are looking for individuals who are willing to become involved running or organising activities at The Club such as Film Nights, Cycling, Keep Fit & Fitness etc etc…

This is a club for the Village and your continued support will ensure that it succeeds in its aims.

Opening Hours

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 19.00 – 23.00
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday 17.00 – 23.00
  • Friday 19.00 – 24.00 ( unless a Club function)
  • Saturday 19.00 – 24.00 ( unless a Club function)
  • Sunday 17.30 – 22.00

These however maybe subject to change, dependant on demand.

Club Trustees

  • Fiona Henderson – Secretary
  • John Hillyer
  • Sue Rowlandson
  • Hillary Williams
  • Helen Anthony – Chair
  • John Slater – Vice Chair
  • Ken Jenkins
  • Julie Perry.
  • Ali Carmichael
  • Linda Twydell – Treasurer
  • Mike Shearman
  • Rob Gresty

Click here to view details of  the constitution of Farndon Community Club.

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External Funding

Farndon community trust would like to thank the European fund for rural development for its support in allocating us a grant towards the refurbishment of the kitchen at Farndon Community a club.  Thanks to their support we now have a newly refurnished and operational kitchen at the club which can be booked for catering at private events and will also allow a wider variety of club events to be offered. This will help with our continued fund raising to allow an ongoing improvement plan of club facilities.

 

 

 

The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development:
Europe investing in rural areas