Mortimer FC run two Saturday teams, a Sunday team, a ladies team and a junior section. (currently just U10 & U14).
Matches take place at the Alfred Palmer Memorial Field RG7 3TW
Contact: Matthew Gabb, Club Secretary
The Mortimer Gardening club meets on the 4th Wednesday of most months.
Meetings consist of interesting talks on various topics, Competitions, Social evenings including an annual BBQ and Christmas Dinner. You will meet and can talk to fellow gardeners and discuss gardening topics and maybe learn some new tips.
Notice of meetings appear on Village notice boards and on the Mortimer Village website calendar
For more information please call:
Peter Marsh on 01189 332219 or…..
Just turn up at a meeting at the Community Centre opposite the Horse ad Groom.
Our meetings start at 7.30pm. We look forward to welcoming you.
Guides, aged 10 - 14, is all about learning new skills, making your own decisions and having fun. Guiding provides a safe environment to explore new possibilities and achieve personal goals while making friends and having adventures.
West Berkshire Council sponsor health walks in Mortimer . We meet every Tuesday in the car park opposite the Horse & Groom pub. There are 3 walks:
9:45 Long walk of about 5 miles approx 1hr 45 min
10:00 Regular walk about 3.5 miles approx 1.5 hrs
10:30 Short gentle walk of about 1.5 mile approx 1 hr. This is for those wanting to start walking or returning after illness or injury
More details from Gilbert Bedford
Mortimer Football Club is an FA Charter Standard Club dating back to 1945 based in Mortimer, West Berkshire. Run by volunteers they aim to provide a positive football experience for kids. All the team managers are FA Level One qualified, first aid trained and CRB checked.
Contact, Nick Carter, Marketing Manager
Mortimer Life has a background in and passion for music, marketing and radio presenting. We put on diverse local events, in aid of charity, promote other groups events and support/collaborate with fellow musicians. Our first event "Mortimer presents Kingsclere Guitar Society", raised over £150 for St Michael’s Hospice, in memory of talented musician Tim Gilson who'd performed at Spratleys of Mortimer, but died in 2015. We were also behind the sell-out “A Pirate’s Tale – the real Boats that Rocked”, the story of offshore "pirate" radio. That event raised £555 for Prostate Cancer UK. We performed, by invitation, with South Berks Concert Band at Fun Day and were pleased to help promote local musician Andy Lavery's "Mortimer Tapes". We actively support and promote Plastic Free Mortimer and "Ali's list" of recyclable products. If you'd like us to publicise or compere your event please get in touch.
The Mortimer Local History Group meets every third Thursday of the month at 8 pm in the meeting room at the
Methodist Church. Its aim is to collect amd record and educate on all aspects of local history. Visitors and new members very welcome.
Copies of the Society's latest book 'Mortimer in the 19th Century' are available for sale from Budgens priced £8.99 a copy.
Contact Carolyn Owen for further details:
Sunday: Service starts at 10.30 am and ends with a chat over tea and coffee. Every week there is a Junior Church and the opportunity for parents of young children to sit in the entrance lounge, with toys, where the service can be heard through the sound system. There are occasional evening services at 6:30pm.
10am - Ladies Fellowship (Prayer & Fellowship)
4pm - Urban Saints for 5 to 11 year olds (term time only)
9am - Christian Ladies Get Together. Everyone welcome especially newcomers.
10am to 12 noon - Coffee Morning at our Church on 1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month (2nd, 4th and 5th Saturdays are at St John's Church Mortimer)
If you are interested in attending any of these activities come along any Sunday to meet us and find out more details!
17 West End Rd
Mortimer Netball Club is a netball club for the community of Mortimer and the surrounding area.
If you are ready to return to netball and to get active again, please join us! Any level of experience is welcome.
We train outdoors between February and September and indoors from October to January.
Check out our facebook page Mortimer Netball Club
September: 7.30pm - 9pm
October onwards: 8pm - 9.30pm
For more information please contact Stephanie Kape email@example.com
Academy Sport, Northumberland Avenue, Whitley, Reading, RG2 8DF
We are a village Pre-school and our aim is to provide a safe, happy and stimulating environment that encourages learning through play for children aged from 2 - 5 years.
If you would like to know more please get in touch - we welcome all new families.
0118 933 1668 (during Pre-school hours)
Chair - Kiara Hicks
St. John's Hall
West End Rd.
Mortimer Schools PTFA - contact:
Why not join our friendly Mortimer Tennis Club and enjoy getting fit and having fun on the tennis courts on Mortimer Fairground.
We meet twice a week, on Tuesdays at 6:15PM and Thursdays at 6PM.
COntact Jean Thomas
Please note: While the Methodist Hall is not open we are meeting on Fridays at the Scout Hut. Booking required via our Facebook page (see below).
Mortimer Toddlers (and Babies) meet on Tuesdays during term-time from 10:00 to 11:30 in Methodist Church Hall on West End Rd. Parents, Grandparents and Carers - Come along with your Babies, Toddlers and Pre-schoolers. We provide toys, activities and a healthy snack for the children. It is a great place for you and your children to make new friends, and to enjoy a friendly chat with other parents/carers.
Please "like" our Facebook page to stay in touch and keep up-to-date with our events, news and opening hours:
The purpose of Mortimer Village Partnership (MVP) is to involve people and groups in the life of the village, to improve communications, to connect people together and facilitate activities and events in order to enhance the lives of those who live and work in Mortimer and nearby.
Mortimer West End Produce Show is held annually on the Saturday of August Bank Holiday Weekend at Mortimer West End Village Hall.
Entry categories are Vegetables, Fruit, Flowers, Handicrafts, Photography, Art, Home-made Wine and Domestic. There is also a Class for Children.
The Show attracts 4-500 entries which are judged by qualified independent judges.
For further details please contact Mr N. Munson
or Mel Bennet 933 2620 firstname.lastname@example.org