Clutton Parish Council

Community Information & Links

Please note that the links on this page may take you to external websites, which are out of our control & are presented for information purposes only. If you want to include information on a service or event in the parish, please email the details to The Clerk.

Clutton Public Rights of Way

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Clutton Womens Institute

The WI may be rooted in Clutton since 1921 but is as relevant today as it was then. The activities, discussions and diverse opportunities are enjoyed by modern women of all ages. Some of our women have been members for 20 or 30 years or longer, whilst others joined more recently. Not just Jam and Jerusalem - but...

A chance to make new friends, have fun, learn new crafts, historical talks, walks, sport and games to mention but a few. A chance to help out at local events, eg. the Village Fun Day, Flower show, and meet other local people or even help at Bristol Balloon Festival etc. A chance to listen to a variety of interesting speakers. A chance to make your voice heard, through the National Federation, on important issues affecting our lives; politicians take note, we mean business! Visitors are always welcome. We normally have a speaker; covering a variety of wide ranging topics; social time which includes a cup of tea / coffee and a chat plus the opportunity to sign up for any of the optional activities on offer.

The National Federation College, Denman, provides a wealth of opportunities and courses for just about any activity one would like to learn or improve upon. Why not join us and join in?

We usually meet on the second Monday each month (not August) at 7.30pm at Clutton Village Hall. If you would like to know more about us please contact either Fay Jeffery on 01761 453258 or Edwina Morris 01761 452637.

Brownie and Guide Groups

We meet on Wednesday evenings during term time in the Village Hall from 7.45 – 9.15pm. We take girls from age 10 to max. 16 yrs. Our meeting follows on directly from Brownies.

The Guide Leader is Mrs Claire Bramley, contact number 01761 479591; the Assistant Guider is Mrs Cathy Gray. We are both teaching assistants in local schools.

2nd Clutton Scout Group

Scouting offers opportunities for boys and girls from 6 years of age. Scouting in Clutton is part of a worldwide movement, which engages 400,000 young people in the UK. As of Ocotber 2014 about 75 young people, plus volunteer leaders and supporters, participate in Scouting through in the village.

Adventure is at the heart of everything we do. It is the single most important thing that sets Scouts apart. It's exciting being involved with us. We believe that through the everyday adventure of Scouting, young people and adult volunteers regularly experience new challenges that enrich their lives. We offer hundreds of activities, as diverse as kayaking, abseiling, performance and archery. There’s something for every young person, whatever their physical ability. Every young person in Scouting enjoys a balanced programme of activities, events and experiences; based around subject areas we call Programme Zones. The zones vary slightly depending on which of our sections the young person is in, but they cover a huge range of activities, from outdoor and physical pursuits to community involvement, creative expression and learning about the wider world.

Beavers Scouts 6 - 8: Our Colony meets Wednesday evenings 6.15 to 7.15.

Cub Scouts 8 - 10½: The Cub Pack meets Tuesday evenings 6.30 to 8.00.

Scouts 10½ - 14: Our Troop meets Wednesday evenings 7.30 to 9.00.

Explorer Scouts 14 - 18: Titans Explorer Unit meets Fridays 7.00 to 8.30.

Weekly meetings are term time only with additional activities at other times. All sections meet at the Scout Hut, Station Road, Clutton. Interested? Want to join the adventure? Please take a look Scout Association’s national website or call Group Scout Leader, Stuart Whale on 414 212. 2nd Clutton Scout Group is a registered charity no. 1054678.

Pre School / Playgroup at the Cabin

We offer education and care for pre school children in a community based group. Family involvement is encouraged to promote communication, co-operation and creativity, and help families understand the needs of their pre school children. A safe and thoughtful first step to independent socialising, leading to a smooth transition to school. Free places for eligible 3 year olds. LEA registered, meeting Ofsted requirements.

Sessions (during term time) are 9.15 - 12.15pm, Monday to Fridays. Additional sessions on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 1 - 4pm with a lunch club. Tel: 01761 451089 (sessions) 01761 451493 (other times). Clutton Playgroup welcomes children from 6 weeks before their 3rd birthday. Go to for more details.

Toddler group / Jigsaw club

Jigsaw Club - Mondays 9.30 - 11.30am (term time) For children 18month+. Baby & Toddler Group - Wednesdays 9.30 - 11.30am (term time) For babies & toddlers. Held at Clutton Village Hall, Venus Lane, Clutton BS39 5SP. Ring bell by double white doors to get in! We are a non-profit making organisation run entirely by volunteers.

Merry Widows Club

Meet monthly, second Friday of the month, in Clutton village hall for a chat and tea/coffee. Any widow in Clutton or temple Cloud is welcome join. A friendly bunch who look on the bright side, no weeping and wailing! Please contact Pat Williams for more details. 01761 452183.

Clutton History Group

Meets every second Tuesday in Clutton Village Hall at 8pm. Visitors are always welcome to the meeting with entrance charged at £3.00 including refreshments. For further information please telephone 01761 471533.

Clutton Youth Club

Friday nights 6.30-8.30pm at the Cabin, Station road. Open to children aged 8-14 years old. For further information contact Paul Williams on 01761 453508.

Clutton Social Club

The Clutton Social Club provides a variety of activities such as skittle matches, cribbage, dominoes, a snooker room, and a large screen for Sky broadcast football matches. Click here for more details.

St Augustine of Hippo, Church Lane, Clutton

The Church is part of the Parish of Clutton with Cameley that also includes the villages of Temple Cloud and Cameley. For more information on weddings, baptisms, funerals and general services please visit

Clutton Neighbourhood Plan

What sort of village will Clutton become in the next 15 years? The official planning policy for Clutton is being drawn up, shaped by local opinion. Get involved! Click here for more details.

If you want to include information on a service or event in the parish, please email the details to The Clerk.