Community Links

Home » Community Links

Malpas Community

This page contains information and links to some of the 70 plus organisations and clubs that are active within the Malpas Parish boundary and cater for all interests and all age ranges.

There is also a Community Links Organisation that is dedicated to supporting major village events and projects.

Since 2012 it has supported the Village Fair and more recently worked With St Oswald's Church on the Rectors Ramble and alongside the Malpas 100 Years On Committee in staging the 3 day Commemoration Event in November 2018.

Below are some links to specific web sites. Further detail on Local Clubs and Organisations can also be found in the Directories Menu.

Malpas Bridge Club

Malpas Fire Cadets

Malpas Seniors Bowling League

Malpas Village Fair

Malpas Vintage Machinery Association

Malpas Yesteryear Rally Facebook page


St Oswalds Mothers Union

Tae Kwon Do School

FMN Icon

Forget Me Not Cafe takes place in the High Street Church, Malpas on a monthly basis. Click the icon to see the dates. ....


Learn more about how Brightlife is addressing social Isolation hereFor more information about Brightlife please contact them on ☎ 01606 884444 or go to their website


Cheshire Wildlife Trust, Bickley Hall Farm, Bickley, Malpas, Cheshire SY14 8EF Landline: 01948 820728 Follow us on Facebook and Twitter or....

community compass

Exciting Community Compass events in Malpas. Drop In SessionsAnyone interested in finding out more about Community Compass is welcome to attend the regular drop-in session held every Friday at 10am-1pm, at the Young Person's Centre (1 Chester Rd, Malpas SY14 8HT). Creative Writing GroupThe new creative writing group for people of....

Field Club 2018 Ramble

ARE YOU INTERESTED IN LOCAL HISTORY, NATURAL HISTORY AND THE COUNTRYSIDE IN GENERAL?IF YOU ARE — WHY NOT JOIN US?For further information please contact David Hayns on ☎ 01948 860486 E-MAIL: david@hayns.comAll meetings are held on Wednesdays at the High Street Church, Malpas at 7:45pm unless otherwise stated.Programme....


The Forget Me Not Cafe is run by Sister Sharon Dodds , who works at Prospect House Nursing Home. The objective is help individuals showing the first signs of Dementia to remember life and people from the past.The cafe functions once a month in the High Street Church at Malpas and is well attended. Attendees can experience music and songs from the past, old photographs and household items.....


Malpas Girl Guides The Girl Guides meet on Mondays, between 7.30 — 9pm and they meet at the Bishop Heber High School, Scout and Hut. They are aged 10-14. The main point of contact is Jane Hawkes ☎ 07985 212822The Guides Senior Section meeting is held monthly on the last Friday of the month. Normally they meet out and about at different locations depending on what we....

Ladies Choir

Welcome to One AccordFormerly known as Malpas Ladies Choir.There has been a Ladies choir in Malpas for over 40 years. The choir was initially started in 1970 by the WI, regularly taking part in WI competitions and singing at many events in the chapels and churches in the area. Although the WI in Malpas ended in 1995 the choir continued to go....


Malpas & Oswestry Chess ClubMalpas & Oswestry Chess Club caters for players of all ages and abilities. Free tuition is available for new players and beginners. We have two teams in both the Chester & District League and The Wirral Chess League.The club currently runs a first team in Division 2 of both the Chester & District Chess League and the Wirral Chess League, and a second....


Malpas Youth Clubs are held at the centre, which is located next to the Fire Station off Chester RoadFridays — year 4 to 7 6:00pm to 8:00pm Wednesday year 7 upwards 6:00pm to 8:00pmContact Sally ☎ 01948 860993 more about Malpas Young....

OPal Header

OPAL ServicesOur aim is to enrich the lives of older people and carers living in areas of rural West Cheshire by enabling them to socialise more. All of our services support independence, social engagement, enjoyment and a sense of well- being and belonging.OPAL Clubs Our OPAL Clubs are social clubs for older people who are finding it more difficult to take part in social activities....

WfH may 15 (2)

Malpas Walking for Health Scheme Walking is the closest thing to perfect exercise — it's a free, sociable, easy activity. The Malpas Walking for Health Scheme started in April 2014 and offers a simple, local and free way to get more active. The Scheme is accredited by the Ramblers and Macmillan Cancer Support. All walk leaders attend a one-day training session and receive advice....


West Cheshire Rural — U3AThe U3A group plan speakers some months ahead for our monthly events, but much U3A activity goes on through Interest Groups.This organisation offers members a wide range of activities, talks and events and is aimed at people from varied backgrounds and interests, who are no longer in full-time employment. Members are drawn from all over....

Lions international

Whitchurch Malpas and District Lions Club.The Lions club holds its meetings on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the District Bowling Club (St Jon Street) in Whitchurch at 7.30 pm. The Lions fund-raise to be able to donate to local groups and people who need help.Events include tombola stalls, and bingos. They have also organised sponsored walks and a Zip Wire....