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Foresters Friendly Donation

Foresters Friendly Society Donation

The Kingsclere Community Association would like to thank the Foresters Friendly Society for their donation to the Association. The Fieldgate Centre is used by the Foresters Friendly Society for their regular committee meetings, but due to the restrictions over the last year they have been unable to meet. Instead of seeking a refund, they have chosen to donate their hire charge. This donation is very welcome as we rely on hire income to run the community centre.

We hope that classes will be starting up again at the Fieldgate Centre following the next planned step in the easing of restrictions from 17 May. We are taking bookings now for parties and events from 24 June and look forward to welcoming everyone back!

Easter Fun Children’s Art Competition

🐣 🎨 Children’s Art Competition🎨🐣
🐣Create an original piece of art on A4 size paper with the theme of Easter.
🐣Competition closes on Wednesday 7th April.
🐣You can either email a photograph of your entry to, or take it along to The Fieldgate Centre on 7th April between 10am and 12 midday. Please ensure that you include your name, age and contact details.
🐣We’ll also be looking out for artwork in windows along the trail route, so you could win a prize!
🐣Prizes will be awarded in two age groups: Up to 8yrs + 9 – 12yrs. Good luck!!
Remember to take part in the Easter Fun Trail too!   All information on our Events page.

Puzzle Trail 2 – Winners!

Puzzle Trail Winners!

Congratulations to the prize-winning teams Billbow Baggins and Team Kitty!
So many of you solved the brain teasers and enjoyed completing the puzzle trail. Thank you for all the positive comments. KCA’s thanks go to everyone involved, especially Swan Street Stores and to those who allowed us to put up clues on their premises. Well done everyone!


Household Puzzle Trail is extended!

Household Puzzle Trail 2. 19th – 21st February is extended!

Good news!!!  The Puzzle Trial is being extended until the end of Monday.   So, if you have an inset day or you missed out at the weekend… can give it a go!

The route is circular, so begin at any point and solve the clues to take you all the way around.  (Clues in Newbury Rd. & George St.)  Good luck!  We’d love to see your photos.

Please remember to stay 2m apart from other people along the route.

Download and print answer sheet here
Download and print map here

KCA Annual General Meeting 2021

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We can’t gather at the Fieldgate Centre this year, so please join us on Zoom.
Meeting ID: 962 7582 3464.   Passcode: 208390
The AGM is an opportunity for Kingsclere residents and users of the Fieldgate Centre to hear reports from the trustees on the past year, to consider plans for the next year and to influence the future of our community association and the community centre.At the last AGM to support the running of the association we formed an operations committee and this seems to have worked well. This group assists the trustees with the day-to-day management of the wide-ranging activities of the KCA.  If you would like to become a trustee or a member of the operations committee, please contact the office using email or leave a telephone message. If you have only a little time to spare, you may be able to assist with an event or help with a small project.

An agenda, minutes, annual report and financial report will be sent to you if requested.

We look forward to seeing you.

Yours sincerely,

Lesley Farey for the Trustees of the Kingsclere Community Association



Village Halls Week

#VillageHallsWeek is a national celebration of the 10,000+ village halls which can be found across England, their volunteers and the difference they make to the rural communities they serve.

The Fieldgate Centre and the Kingsclere Village Club are both run by volunteers for the benefit of all who live in Kingsclere and the surrounding area. Their trustees and volunteers rely heavily on the support of many people to ensure that the centres remain thriving hubs of community activity.
We all look forward to welcoming you when restrictions are lifted and it is safe for us to gather together.  In the meantime, we continue to improve the facilities and keep them ready until we can throw open our doors again. Thank you for your continued support.
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