Little Dewchurch benefits from a wide range of leisure and recreational activities and facilities, well attended by the community as well as people living outside our Parish. 

On the Home page is a calendar showing details of what's on, when and where for the various community groups, clubs and activities, which include:

Flicks in the Sticks - a regular film night hosted in the village hall
Over 60's Club - now in it's 50th year of operation and which meets fortnightly on a Tuesday in the village hall
Whist - whist evenings are held every month
Circuit training
Indoor Bowling (in the village hall during Winter months)
'Loop & Soup' walks 
'Messy Church'
Book Club 
Fishing Club with access to local river & lake fishing, hosting occasional competitions and various other sporting activities - please see our Sports page
Tennis - a group of parishioners play regularly in the village and are always looking for more players ~ contact Meg Bailey (01432840538)

Book Swap kiosk ~ housed in what was the public telephone box, near the village centre (to replace the loss of the mobile library service) kindly manned by our voluntary parish librarians ~ Meg Bailey (01432840538) and Jan Jefferies (01432840608)
 ~ simply choose books & return them when finished, or leave your unwanted books for others to enjoy!
  • Please see the sub pages under this section and also the Local Info sub pages for details of our many community facilities, which include: 
  • Playing Field ~  ideal for families with children with its play equipment, picnic benches and football pitch 
  • Dog Zone  ~ our community dog exercise area, ideal for dog owners/walkers
  • Walking routes ~ a network of public footpaths throughout the parish have been knitted together to form a selection of circular routes of varying length.  These are available from the Plough Inn or Cllr Philip Williams on A4 and include a route map
Little Dewchurch Social Committee' (LDSC) ~ this very proactive committee was formed in 2015 and organises a variety of community events throughout the year.