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Marsh Gibbon offers a range of clubs and societies to enable our residents to live long, fulfilling and active lives.


Browse the list to find the one’s that are right for you.

brownies and guides

Brownies introduces girls to a world of new opportunities, challenges and fun.

Girls go along to camps, holidays, day trips and sleepovers. They get together with their friends

at regular meetings where they learn new hobbies, get creative, explore other cultures and have outdoor adventures.

What you do in Guides is up to you, from taking part in lots of exciting activities at regular meetings to special events and trips away.

You will choose from different badges and awards which will help you learn new skills and try

new challenges. You can do some of this on your own and others you’ll do in groups in your regular unit meetings

cricket club

The club is situated at the Recreation Ground, in the Summertown area of the village and has been here since all recollection.

The recreation field was given to the Parish in ages past and both football and cricket clubs share the ground and keep it maintained to one of the highest standards for village sport.

football club

Welcome to Marsh Gibbon Football Club. We run 3 teams, 2 senior Saturday teams and 1 Sunday Vets team. First and seconds competing in North Bucks and district league.

Vets team competing in the MK Vets league.

friendly society

Marsh Gibbon Friendly Society was formed over 230 years ago in 1788 to provide death and sickness benefits to local men in the farming community.

horticultural society

Get in touch to find out more.

Marsh Gibbon Old Folks Fund

Contact Mr David Ingham - Chairman for further details.

Phone number: 07415 632389

Scouts - Beavers - Cubs

The association aims to provide fun adventure and skills for life and give young people the opportunity to enjoy new adventures experience outdoors and take part in a range of creative, community and international activities interact with others make new friends, gain confidence and have the opportunity to reach their full potential.

Silver Band

The Silver Band is registered as a fourth section band with the UK Brass Band Registry and celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2015. We practice every Thursday 7.30-9.30pm in the United Reformed Church and welcome players of all ages and abilities. We are also looking to start a training band in the New Year. Please see our website for more details:

St Marys Church Bell Ringers

Call us to find out further information

Contact: 01869 277671

Swan Team Junior Youth Club

The club usually meets on alternate Mondays at Marsh Gibbon Hall from 6.30 to 8.00pm.

Contact: 01280 423188

Tennis Club

Situated in the heart of Marsh Gibbon, the club has three all weather courts.


With one available to book.

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