Get Involved

This is where you show your community spirit by volunteering to do something…

Why not join Orchard Ground committee? Contact Duncan Mack.
Become a 100 Club seller? Contact Bob Paine
Join the Fete Committee? Contact Cerus Jarvis
Join the Friends of St Nicholas? Contact Mike or Sandie Joy
Put your name down to mow the churchyard Contact Roy Shons.
Be a guest editor of the Cublington Crier? Contact Sandie Joy or Gary Brazier. Join the volunteers who deliver the Crier. Write an article for the Crier. Contact Gary Brazier or just put in the Crier postbox
Paint some scenery/make up faces at the Variety Club? Are you a frustrated actor who’s never trodden the boards? Come on down! Contact Joan Waples
Join the Village Hall Committee. Contact Jackie Higgins
Join the Cricket Club? Contact Michael Reilly
Join the Tennis ClubContact Caroline Lane or any committee member for details – new members always welcome.
Raise funds for your local charity! Do something MAD!
Formed in 2008, Must B Mad was started by three friends who having hit their half centuries felt they wanted to do something to help impact the lives of those less fortunate than themselves. They trained for 10 months and successfully completed in the 10 event discipline of the decathlon at the South East Amateur Athletics Multi Events Championships in September 2008. The three original founders wanted to help causes that they personally identified with through their own personal experiences. In completing the decathlon they raised over £16,000 for these charities. Others were inspired to join in their endeavours and various members have since completed other gruelling events to raise funds.

Must B Mad now therefore, works with national and international organisations helping communities in need, by offering direct assistance where possible and financial support to others that are making positive changes to people’s lives. Communities can vary from those affected by conflict or in need of emergency aid, to those people old or young, simply seeking practical support.

See the moment they struck water in Molo, Kenya

Go on – give it a go! You know you want to. Without those loyal band of volunteers, the village just wouldn’t be what it is. Let’s keep it this way!