Please be aware that the pool will be closed on 27th June between 6:00 - 10am & 1pm - 2pm due to essential work taking place on the pool cover. For more information please contact the centre

Clubs & Community

Burghfield Floorball Club

Floorball is a style of indoor hockey, using a lightweight stick with a curved plastic blade and a lightweight, plastic ball. As the game tends to be less physical, more skill oriented and fast paced, it is a popular game for people of all ages and abilities. Burghfield Floorball Club is looking for new members, aged over 18. Previous hockey skills are not necessary. Enthusiasm, team spirit and a sense of fun is all you need.


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Burghfield Football Club

Burghfield FC is a local football club running teams for all ages. Teams start for 5 years all the way up to adults.


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Burghfield Parish Council

Within the following pages there is information that it is hoped will be of interest and also inform you of the activities of the Parish Council and its associated committees and procedures.


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First For Sports

First For Sports is owned by brothers Alan and Gareth Edwards, we run a KS1 and KS2 children’s football course on Mondays 5pm-6pm at The Willink Leisure Centre. We also teach/coach 18 different sports in 13 local primary schools as well as running after school clubs, summer camps and parties. For more information please visit our web site.


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Fundamental Fitness and Athletics

Fundamental Fitness and Athletic development centres are based in and around the Reading area and have strong links to both Reading Athletics Club and Bracknell Athletics Club. They have been created to get more children involved in sports and to help improve their health and physical ability. Whilst our fitness and athletics training sessions are designed to help your child develop their sporting standard, the main aim of the sessions is to get as many children as possible to have fun, gain self-confidence and enjoy being involved in exercise. There is strong evidence that physical activity has numerous health benefits for children, both physically and mentally. By taking training right back to basics, this allows students to build a far stronger foundation and they will see a much greater increase in athletic performance in whichever sport they choose to pursue. We will start out by working with the fundamental movements, and as athletes progress and have a stronger platform for performance, we then begin to work on developing training skills and further physical abilities that help underpin the more advanced technical skills. Skills such as agility, balance, co-ordination, endurance, flexibility, speed and strength will all be developed through our training programs as well as the basics in the majority of athletic disciplines. Children will also learn the importance of warming up ready for exercise, and cooling down afterwards. Doing these effectively will help them achieve a greater level of performance and reduce injury risks.


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Mortimer Cricket Club

Mortimer Cricket Club has a successful mid-week side, a friendly Sunday side and runs Kwik Cricket coaching for children under 12. It is a family orientated team and runs a number of social events throughout the year. We run regular Winter Nets sessions on Sunday mornings at the Willink. Everyone is welcome. See our website www.mortimercc.org for dates and times.


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Mortimer Hornets

Mortimer FC is an FA Charter Standard Development Club. Run by volunteers we aim to provide participants with a positive football experience.


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Newbury Swimming Club

If you are keen on swimming and live in the West Berkshire area, you can find out more about what Newbury District Swimming Club has to offer and who to contact. NDSC is a competitive swimming club based at the Northcroft Leisure Centre, Newbury. Our main programme caters for swimmers competing at County, Regional and National level. In addition, we have a thriving masters section for adults wishing to swim to keep fit or, for the more serious, to enter masters Competitions.


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Reading Swimming Club

Reading Swimming Club, established in 1885, is one of the oldest in the country, and a founding member of the Berks and South Bucks County ASA. We are a large and progressive club, encompassing all abilities from social swimmers to world-ranked competitors, and a strong water polo section.


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Spice Thames Valley Ltd

We are an Adventure, Social and Leisure Club, and play Floorball (Indoor hockey) at the Willink.


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Stratfield Mortimer Parish Council

Information on Parish Council Facilities and Services, Newsletters, Contact Details, Councillors, Meetings, Minutes and Parish Council documents are on this page.


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Su-Ha-Ri Karate

Learn Wado-Ryu, the most effective style of karate from Jon Wicks 8th Dan - one of the highest graded instructors in the United Kingdom. Sensei Wicks has won all major Wado-Ryu titles including the World Championships, European Championships (four times winner) and Wado Cup. He has for many years trained directly under Master Tatsuo Suzuki 8th Dan Hanshi, who originally introduced the style of Wado-Ryu to England in 1965. Sensei Wicks is also the WIKF World Chief Instructor having been appointed to the role by Sensei Suzuki in Cyprus 2009. Su-Ha-Ri provides training for adults and children of all levels and abilities. Adult and teenager beginners may enrol on specialised courses designed to progress the student to the first grade. We specialise in classes for children which are equally popular with boys and girls.


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Sulhamstead & Ufton Cricket Club

All Star Cricket is a new initiative from the England and Wales Cricket Board aimed at providing children ages 5 to 8 with a great first experience.


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Sulhamstead Parish Council

This website has been designed to give you access to information about your local area and what your local Councils are up to. The Parish Council serves our local Community and reviews issues that affect us all. The website covers all the Parish Council Information and also general Community Information from Local Events and Businesses, to Schools and Restaurants. Please use the website, it is for everyone.


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