Although Puttenham is a relatively small village we are proud to have many recreational amenities and societies. Below are all of their contact details.
The hall consists of a main room with kitchen and a smaller committee room, both of which can be hired separately. For further details contact
Mr & Mrs P Yarnold
Puttenham & Wanborough Community Group
The Puttenham and Wanborough Community Group was first started in 1971 with 20 members. It was thought that a village full of good willed, talented people could help to solve most problems that the villagers might come across. Even if members of the group couldn’t help then they would act in the strictest confidence and at least be someone to talk to. The moral of the group still stands today.
We are now a small team of 7 volunteers (with 6 volunteer drivers) and are fortunate to be supported with funds from Smiths Charity, both Parish Councils and the Puttenham Bonfire Committee. As time moves on , the needs of the Parishes have changed with modern technology and home delivery meaning that less running about is needed, however we still find that we are being asked for help in one form or another. We continue to offer a volunteer lift scheme to help get those in need of some to medical appointments, have purchased a wheelchair for residents to hire and financial assistance where needed. We also organise the publication of the village directory – The Blackbird Book. Even in such a seemingly affluent area it’s important to remember that one everyone is quite so well off and no matter the background, there is help available.
Chairman – Pip Adlam – 01483 810425
Secretary – Mrs V Cassar
To organise a lift please call:- 07522935811
Puttenham and Wanborough Housing Society Ltd
Puttenham & Wanborough History Society was formed in 1967 with the object being the study of local history and to preserve records of historical interest. The society holds five meetings a year and usually have one or two outings during the year. Membership is open to all residents and further details can be obtained from
Mrs M Saunders
This club has varied meetings which include talks, shows and garden visits throughout the year. An annual subscription is payable. For further details contact the chairman
Mrs B Allen
The Puttenham Hedgehoggers
Puttenham and Wanborough Toddler and Baby Group
The club is for any young people from Puttenham and surrounding villages, aged 8 – 18 to come and take part in activities, meet friends old and new or just to sit and chill out. It is open fortnightly on a Tuesday between 7.00pm and 9.00pm. Entry is £1.00 per session. See village news for dates. For any further information contact the chairman.
Mr J Green
The Royal British Legion Puttenham and Wanborough Branch
Open to anyone who supports the aims of the Legion and its several organisations established to help ex-service personnel in need. Activities include the annual Service of Rememberance and the Poppy Day Appeal. New members are assured a warm welcome. National affiliation fee £17.00 per annum no local subscription.
Mr M Bramley
Puttenham Compo Shopping Bus
Puttenaham Camping Barns