Kingsley Village
in the heart of Cheshire

Welcome to Kingsley Allotment Society

We are a small privately run allotment site in the village of Kingsley that was formed in 2009, as an offshoot of Kingsley Transition initiative, to enable residents to grow their own fruit and vegetables locally.

We currently have 21 plots of various sizes as well as a few small starter plots that are perfect for if you've always fancied having an allotment but don't yet have the experience. There is always the option to move onto a bigger plot if you find you need more space.

With Brexit and the climate crisis in the news it is now more important than ever to reduce your food miles and the amount of packaging you bring home.

Not only that, but it is a great opportunity to spend more time outside, helping to improve your health and well-being and getting to know more people in your local community.

So, if you live in the parishes of Kingsley, Kingswood, Crowton, Delamere & Oakmere, Norley or Acton Bridge and would like to have an allotment please get in touch via email


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Kingsley Bookworms - 2018/19 Programme

All meetings start at 7.30 and are held at The Hurst Chapel.

Everyone is welcome

For further details please contact Vony :-

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Telephone: 07799 067457 

Meeting date



10 January 2019

The lido by Libby Page

Debut novelist Page aged 25

14 February 2019

The Diary of a Provincial Lady by EM Delafield

A reflection of country life in the 1930's

14 March 2019

In the Days of Rain by Rebecca Stott

Escaping a Christian Cult in Britain.

11 April 2019

Lullaby by Leila Slimani

A chilling thriller translated from French

9 May 2019

Porterhouse Blue by Tom Sharpe

Does this very funny book stand the test of time?

13 June 2019

I Am, I Am, I Am: Seventeen Brushes With Death - Maggie O'Farrell  

Autobiographical, brushes with death by an author known to us.

11 July 2019

Reservoir 13 – Jon McGregor

Novel set in a village near Manchester.

8 August 2019

The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris

Moving new book based on the Holocaust

12 September 2019

Cold Comfort Farm - Stella Gibbons

Classic, writtent in 1932

10 October 2019

The Silent Companion Louise Purcell

Paranormal suspense

14 November 2019

Melmoth by Sarah Perry

Gothic Fiction by an author known to us.

12 December 2019

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte.



Kingsley and Newton Village Institute now has a tennis club making use of its refurbished tennis courts and offers coaching as well as somewhere for people to get together and just play.

For more details you can:

  • Visit the web site at 
  • Phone Elizabeth Batey on 01928 788788 
  • Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For 2024 coaching please see:

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Kingsley Community Centre was built by members of the local community 39 years ago. It is used for many different functions, ranging from wedding receptions, birthday parties, Christenings, dinner dance events, black-tie events and many more. 

To make a booking please visit


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Kingsley has a vibrant Scout group made up of Beavers, Cubs and Scouts who meet on the following days:

Beavers   - Tuesday, 6.00pm - 7.00pm

Cubs        - Thursday, 7.15pm - 8.15pm

Scouts     - Tuesday, 7.30pm - 9.00pm

For further details visit the web site at or find us on Facebook at

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The WI meet at Kingsley Community Centre on the first Wednesday in the month at 7.30pm. We have a diverse range of speakers and demonstrations in a friendly atmosphere.

Come along to a meeting, visitors welcome. Read more ...


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