Fairlands, Liddington Hall and Gravett's Lane Community Association

Latest News

There are several events coming up which will bring the local community together.

Bar events including Live Music, Quizzes and Bingo evenings are posted here.


The Fairlands Easter Challenge at the Fairlands Club and playing fields was a great success with many families enjoying the sunshine and the hospitality provided by the bar. 


A wonderful time was had by all at the St. Georges Day dance on 23rd April. Everything went according to plan, the evening starting with a short dance lesson and the band playing two excellent sets. Everyone was dancing at some stage in the evening. The food was also very well received. Pictures are on the Community page. We now look forward to the Jubilee celebrations, see below.



Further ahead there is a huge effort being made by residents to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee on the playing fields on the Fairlands estate on 2nd June culminating in a beacon lighting in the evening.


 

New regular events are starting in the hall including Yoga, Line dancing, Jive and Lindy Hop dancing, see the activities pages for individual class information. 

FLGCA


Fairlands in the parish of Worplesdon is situated just off the A323 between Aldershot and Guildford in Surrey. The association was formed in the 1950s in order to promote the benefit of the inhabitants of Fairlands, Liddington Hall, Gravetts Lane, Holly Lane and the Aldershot Road from Liddington Hall Drive to Holly Lane. For a full copy of our objectives please see our constitution. Download a copy here.

The association is based around the community centre in Fairlands Avenue, which provides an umbrella for various groups.
 

The FLG club has a bar and runs  men's’ and ladies’ darts teams. The club is for members only, but membership is available for people inside and outside the area of benefit. There is a popular quiz on the third Wednesday of the month and a regular programme of events.


There is a large Hall as part of the community centre which can be hired for a very reasonable fee. There is a kitchen and separate access to the bar.

Various sections and affiliated clubs are run with varying degrees of independence, but with the overall objectives stated in the first paragraph above in common. There are flourishing art and drama groups and as well as packs of Brownies and Girl Guides. There is also a Ramblers group.


There are playing facilities attached to the community centre and these provide the home for Fairlands Cricket Club in the summer. Winter football teams also use the facilities Guildford Park has a team in the Guildford and Woking Alliance League and plays on Saturdays. 
 

All sections and affiliated clubs are there for the benefit of the community and would welcome new members—follow the links on the contact us page on the navigation on the top left of this page to join these groups. 

FLG Club Current Opening Times

For activities in the hall go to the Activities page

Monthly Magazine

The present and past magazines epertly edited by Sheila Willis can be found here

NOTE: Fridays times  extended to open at 4pm and is popular with some great selection of beers and ciders so please come on down!


Current Bar Opening Hours -


  • Friday 4.00pm to 11pm
  • Saturday 7.30pm to 11pm
  • Sunday 12 noon to 4pm
  • Darts and Pool now both available.
  • Sports showing regularly
  • Weekly Social events and quizzes


Your support is much appreciated and very much needed.


Why not Join us?

Please click on the document below to download an application form. Save to your computer, fill it in and email to the Membership Secretary or hand in to the Club House. You can use Adobe Reader DC to fill in and sign the form from here

What does the FLGCA do for the Community?


The FLGCA provides a centre for community activities, a community hall and keeps the recreation field in good order. As usual with such associations a small band of volunteers give up a great deal of their spare time to ensure smooth running and that faciliities are kept in good order. The association has also engaged directly with local councils on matters such as flooding, illegal parking , dog fouling and the clearing of hedges.

The association operates as a not-for-profit organisation with charity status, but it needs your support - come down and join the club, use the facilities and enjoy yourself.

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How can you help your community?


Join the management council and help to run the organisation. Just get in touch with anyone on the contact us page.

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