Inkberrow Football Club was established in 1978 and plays on the eastern edge of the village providing an opportunity to play and watch football for local people.
The Inkberrow Eagles junior football club was formed in the summer of 2000 with the aim of providing the children of Inkberrow and surrounding area, irrespective of their ability, the opportunity to play football in the village.
The junior club has grown in five years to have a membership of over 100 players, and fields 9 teams in local leagues from Under 8 through to Under 15 level. It has achieved Charter Standard status (a Quality Standard set by the F.A.) and has recently been won both County and the Regional awards for the best Charter Standard club in Worcestershire.
In July 2005 the junior and senior sections combined to provide a single club now providing football for all, irrespective of age, sex or ability.
The merged club provides football at the following levels:-
The club is currently working closely with the Worcestershire FA to achieve Development Club Status, it is a very progressive, professionally administered organisation with high quality coaches which finds itself constrained from providing further growth and opportunities to local people as a result of poor or inadequate local facilities and its management committee are currently focussed on raising funds and improving the facilities available.
Contact: Amanda Wallis - 07769 904378 or David Higginson - 07740 675943
Inkberrow 1st Guides meet during term time on a Monday.
Please contact Sam Gisbourne 01386 861472 or 07849 852566 for more information.
Inkberrow Tennis Club is a friendly family orientated club which is is set
in an attractive location on the outskirts of Inkberrow.
The club has 4 tarmac surfaced courts, 3 of which are floodlit.
There is also a Kid's zone with mini-court and practice specifically built for our thriving junior section.
Contact: Debbie Madden - 01386 792099 or email email@example.com
Welcome to Inkberrow Bowls club.
If you live in the village or surrounding area you probably may not realise what a fantastic facility Inkberrow has with its own Bowling Green and use of club house.
Let us introduce ourselves. We were established in 1996 with a lot of enthusiastic help from the local residents and are first and foremost a club set up to play bowls. This can range from simple ‘social’ bowls to full competitions within the Worcestershire area. To many people the casual roll ups held on Wednesday a.m. and Friday nights is sufficient whilst others enjoy our friendly matches against surrounding clubs or within the club itself. If all goes well you may then wish to enter either of the two triple leagues one of which is run by Inkberrow. There is something to suit you all. So why not come along and have a go, all are welcome, family, friends and children over the age of 8 on a Wednesday morning from 10.00 am or social club nights on Friday from 6.00pm onwards. Just bring yourself, casual dress and flat shoes, bowls provided. If you are unable to make these times, give Iris a call on 01386 792988 or David on 01386 792822 and we will fix a time more suitable for you.
Don’t forget, playing bowls enables you to make new friends, support your local community and helps you lead a healthier lifestyle, go on give it go ………………we look forward to seeing you on the green.
Oops, nearly forgot, we also have fish & chip suppers, BBQ’s and Quiz nights and there is a bar and soft drinks for the kids too !
Any Queries email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Come along to the Inkberrow tiny tots playtime held at Inkberrow Village Hall, every Tuesday between 10.00am - 12.00 noon. We meet all year round apart from Christmas week. We offer coffee and adult conversation while the children play safely with other babies and toddlers in a friendly environment. Contact Jen Wofford 07930 333481 or email email@example.com
Rous Lench & Inkberrow is the local branch of the Royal British Legion. Meetings are held at the Wheelbarrow and Castle, Radford, on the first Wednesday of every month, commencing at 11am. The meeting is then followed by lunch.
Everybody who has an interest in the welfare of ex-service people and the widows / widowers of ex-service people is welcome to come to meetings and join the Royal British Legion. Ex-service people can become full members and others who support Branch activities can become associate members.
The Branch runs the annual Poppy Appeal, Remembrance Day Services, and several fund-raising events throughout the year. The Branch is committed to welfare work in the local community and provides support where and when needed.
Contact the membership secretary, John Whitfield, on
01386 792418 for further details.
The WI originated in Canada in 1897 and today is the largest voluntary women’s organisation in the UK with some 212,000 members in approximately 6,600 branches (and rising). More information on the WI – its history and current national campaigns and activities - can be found on the NFWI website: www.thewi.org.uk
Inkberrow WI celebrated its 95th birthday in 2015. We meet regularly at the village hall, usually on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm and in addition to sub-groups catering for members’ specific interests, eg sewing, crafts and books we have regular outings to interesting locations and the cinema.
There is an annual subscription of £33 (that’s less than £3 a month!) but you don’t have to join straight away – visitors are welcome to join us for any meeting .
As well as additional outings and cinema visits, our programme for the coming months is:
|6th July||Talk about the life of Mary Quant|
|3rd Aug||Boat Trip|
|7th Sept||Ronald Gallivan – Southern Experience, Louisiana|
|5th Oct||Dog Walking – Guide Dogs|
|2nd Nov||Diamonds – Anna Potz,|
|7th Dec||Mel Harvey, Comic Magic Show family and friends welcome|
|1st Feb||Steve Wilkes, Travelogue family and friends welcome|
|1st March||Rosemary Prosser – Farmyard Tales|
|5th April||Dr. Gill White – Bess of Hardwicke Hall family and friends welcome|
|3rd May||AGM & Resolutions|
|7th June||Robin Hill – TBA|
Interested? Just come along or if you want to find out more please contact Janet on 01386 791575
THE BALLARD SINGERS
The Ballard Singers are an experienced three-part choir of twenty ladies coming from Inkberrow, The Lenches, Droitwich, Feckenham area and Redditch. Margaret Ballard formed the original choir in Inkberrow in 1969 but the membership has changed completely since then. They perform throughout the year in Worcestershire and neighbouring counties for a variety of functions. These include weddings and birthdays, church festivals and fund-raising concerts, senior citizens’ groups, charity concerts and Women’s Institutes.
Their repertoire is wide and suits most tastes, including songs from films and shows, folk songs, jazz, sacred music, classical and modern. Apart from choir items there are solos, duets, trios and the chance for audience participation.
For more information telephone 01386 792550
1st Inkberrow Brownies
Brownies is for Girls between 7 - 10 years old. For more info on Brownies click here.
1st Inkberrow Brownies meet at Inkberrow Village Hall, Sands Lane, Inkberrow.
Tuesdays evenings from 6 - 7.30, Term time only.
For more information call Tina on 07870 598323
We are a friendly Singing group.
The Intasingers sing music to suit many tastes and have lots of fun rehearsing on Sunday Evenings. If you would like to know more, please contact Charles Snailham 01386 792823
Inkberrow Family History Society.
We are an informal group established in 2006 as Inkberrow Genealogy Society. We meet on the third Tuesday of each month (except January, August and December) at St Peter’s Church Hall (Parish Education Centre) from 7.30 to 9.00 PM. The only cost is a £2 door fee. Coffee or tea and biscuits are served during the evening. Non-members, including absolute beginners, are welcome, just come along! We try to make the meetings as enjoyable and varied as possible.
Our aim is to increase our knowledge and research skills by means of guest speakers, case studies, and presentations by members, and just chatting and passing on tips and information. We welcome problems and dead ends in members’ researches and help if we can. Recording and presentation of information is also addressed.
Contact: Marion Willis on 01386 792166
Inkberrow Young Farmers
Are you interested in making new friends in your area that enjoy getting out and about? Our club consists of 50 plus members ranging from age 14 - 26. We get involved with a huge range of activities, there really is something for everyone.
Young Farmers is for people aged 14 to 26, and you don't have to be a farmer! click here. for information on What Young farmers is and does.
Inberrow Young Farmers meet every tuesday evening in Inkberrow at around 7.30pm.
For more information contact Will Parry or Becky Smith for more information on 07500 043952, or see our website at http://www.worcsyfc.org.uk/clubs/inkberrow find us on facebook at Inkberrow Young Farmers, or Twitter @InkYFC.
Inkberrow and District Horticultural Society
Monthly meetings are held at Inkberrow Sports Pavilion(except for November 25 which is in the Village Hall) and normally start at 7.45 p.m. Membership costs £10 per person per year and includes refreshments.
Visitors are welcome and are charged £3 per meeting. Country walks will be arranged during the year and details announced at our monthly meetings. These are free of charge and open to anyone. You walk at your own risk.
For more information contact Richard Thompson, Programme Secretary. 01386 792862
For 2017 program please click here
Inkberrow Scottish Country Dance Club
Inkberrow Scottish Country Dance Club meets on Thursday evenings between September and May in Bradley Green Village Hall from 7.45 to 10.00pm.
It is a very friendly club that welcomes both beginners and experienced dancers alike.
Weekly sessions are led by two teachers, and twice a year dances are arranged in larger venues, with live music. Scottish country dancing is very good exercise, both for the brain, and limbs, so why not come along and give it a try, knowing that it is a healthy activity, and very enjoyable.
For further details contact: Ann and Richard Dover: 01789 764825 firstname.lastname@example.org