Groups and Clubs

The following is a list of local groups, clubs, business and organisations serving the Hemingfords’ community:

B&W Social Group
The group meet monthly on the last Thursday of the month at 7:30pm at the Reading Room in the High Street in Hemingford Grey. They offer members and visitors informative talks, discussions and social events.  You are welcome to bring your own beverages and snacks.  Visitors fees £7 per event or members  fee £5 per event plus £12 annual membership which allows members to attend member only events – garden party, harvest supper, Christmas party etc. All are welcome 😊  For further information please contact Steve on or call him on 07984 934579.

Badminton Club
Hemingfords Badminton Club meet on Monday evenings during term time, 7.30pm – 9.30pm at Hemingford Grey Primary School.
Tel: Sue Crafer 01480 352709.

Beer & Wine-Makers Club
Reading Room, Last Thursday of month, from 7.30pm
Tel: Annette Gray 462837

Bowls Club

Brownies – 2nd Hemingfords Brownie Guide Pack

Community ARC
Cambridgeshire’s activities and resource hire centre. It offers resources to support clubs, voluntary organisations and projects throughout Cambridgeshire.


Cromwell Video Camera Club
Reading Room, First and Third Tuesday of month 7.30pm
Tel: Martin Barnes 381381

Cub Scout Pack – 1st Hemingford Scout Group

Fenland Lacemakers

First Steps Preschool Group
Hemingford Grey St. James’ Church baby, toddler and preschool group on Tuesdays mornings during term from 9.30am -11.30am in the Parish Centre, High Street, Hemingford Grey. £1 donation per family. For more details click here

Football club – Hemingfords United

Great Ouse Valley Trust
A charity formed to conserve and restore the landscape, wildlife and heritage of the Cambridgeshire Great Ouse Valley for the enjoyment of all.

Hemingfords Action Group
Latest news from the group

Hemingford Hub
A community group of volunteers set up to support people living in Hemingford Grey and Hemingford Abbots. If you (or someone you know) needs support to shop, collect medicines, walk your dog or just to have someone contact you regularly, please do not hesitate to contact them:
07308 035416

Hemingfords’ Local History Society (HEMLOCS)

Hemingford Village Market
*Not currently meeting due to COVID* Small friendly market for food, artworks, cards, gifts & crafts made by local traders. Affordable, varied & welcoming! Held every month in Hemingford Grey Parish Centre.

Holt Island
Holt Island Nature Reserve is open on weekends and bank holidays from Easter until October. At other times keys are available from the Norris Museum and One Leisure. It is located behind All Saints Church on The Waits, a short walk from the bus station.

Hunts Ramblers

Ladies Choir
St. Ives Free Church  Wednesdays 10:00am – 11:30am
Contact: Julie Jenkin 01480 465092

Ladybird Boat Trust

St Ives Library (next to Waitrose on Station Road) has accessible parking, baby facilites and wheelchair access. A Library Van visits the village and stops by the Axe and Compass pub in the village centre, opposite Village Hall, 11.05am – 11.20am. Tuesdays (monthly).

Milk delivery
Paul Berrill, delivers Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
Tel: 395091

National Women’s Register
Meets at different private houses. Fortnightly, Monday & Wednesday
Tel: Margaret Atling 496240

Preschool – Hemingford Grey
Adjacent to Hemingford Grey Primary School, sessions run from 9am – 3pm Monday-Friday.

Sailing Club
Hunts Sailing Club in St Ives welcomes sailors of all ages and abilities to race or cruise.


Squash Club (Hunts County)
Teams, leagues & tournaments with good social facilities.

Tennis Club

Thursday Forum
Reading Room. Second Thursday of month exc. August
Tel: Pat Lawrence 469273

HEMALL (formerly WEA)
Hemingfords Adult Lifelong Learning meet in the Reading Room, Hemingford Grey.
Tel: Sarah Power 463825