Working with the Community since 1894

Community Organisations

Close up of Redbourn Sign with stage coach being pulled by 4 horses through a ford at the St Albans Road entrance to the village

Redbourn Sign at the St Albans Road entrance to the village

Active in Redbourn (AIR)

Group promoting health and wellbeing in Redbourn

Bourn to be WI'ld - Redbourn

A friendly branch of the Women's Institute in Redbourn

Friends of the High Street (FOTHS)

A community group made up of local residents who's aim is to rejuvenate the high street

Girl Guiding in Redbourn

Uniformed groups for girls aged 5 up to their 19th Birthday

Redbourn Allotments Association

Representing the plot-holders interests across the 3 allotment sites in Redbourn

Redbourn Bellringers

Group of bell ringers who ring the bells regularly at St Mary's Church in Redbourn

Redbourn Bowls Club

Club that has an all weather bowling green in the grounds of Redbourn Leisure Centre

Redbourn Community Food Club

Redbourn Community Food Club is a way of helping people with their food needs without causing embarrassment. For a £10 annual membership fee and a £5 weekly cost, £25 worth of food can be obtained from the club.

There are no eligibility criteria, no judgement and no stigma. Its all about supporting others.

Redbourn Community Food Club opens every Thursday at St Luke's School from 3.30 -6.30pm.

Redbourn Community Group

A friendly charity which seeks to alleviate loneliness and support independent living by mobilising volunteers to help villagers

Redbourn Charities

A registered charitable Trust, whose objective is to manage land and bequests given over the years for the benefit of Redbourn villagers. The main responsibility of Trustees is the management and allocation of the Redbourn Charities' assets to support the upkeep and management of Woollams Almshouses.

Redbourn Christmas Hampers

Seasonal group created with the aim of lightening the load for those feeling the stress of Christmas - providing all the food and treats needed for Christmas Day.

Redbourn Christmas Market

A not for profit event organised by volunteers for the benefit of the community. All funds raised are used to put on the event and pay for Christmas lights.

Redbourn Classics Motor Show and Village Fete

Annual event taking place on Redbourn Common organised and run by a committee of volunteers

Redbourn Cricket Club

Is based on Redbourn Common and was officially founded some time prior to 1823, making the Club one of the oldest clubs in Hertfordshire. Welcomes juniors and seniors

Redbourn Fireworks

Redbourn Parish Council working party made up of councillors, staff and residents that organises this annual not for profit event on Redbourn Common

Redbourn Folk Club

The club meet every Wednesday from 7.30pm - 10.30pm at The Hollybush, Church End

Redbourn In Bloom

An active and friendly gardening group who plan and deliver village planting schemes, run local gardening competitions, take part in national competitions and enjoy lots of events, talks and trips throughout the year, including an annual short holiday in May

Redbourn In Stitches

Small group of people who enjoy crafting hobbies who meet weekly Tuesdays 2-4.30pm in the Garden room at Redbourn Methodist Church. Call Julia 07903 160630

Redbourn Players

Redbourn Players is an amateur dramatic society (amdram) that provides two quality productions every year for the Redbourn community.

Redbourn Scout Group

Uniformed groups for children aged 6 to 14 years.

Redbourn Singers

An inclusive local choir. No auditions and all welcome. Providing a friendly atmosphere for people who enjoy singing. Meet Tuesdays 7.30 - 9pm in the Garden room at Redbourn Methodist Church. £5 per half term.

Redbourn Tennis Club

An LTA affiliated club with 4 courts and a club house, situated on the north edge of the common to the right of the Methodist Church.


U2A is a nationwide network of learning groups aimed at encouraging older people to share their knowledge, skills and interests in a friendly environment

Ver Valley Society

The Ver Valley Society exists to protect and promote all aspects of the River Ver and its valley. We have over 200 members and are always pleased to welcome new ones.

Last updated: Fri, 27 Jan 2023 11:37