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One of the oldest clubs in the country and still playing on its beautiful original ground. A passion for cricket, combining a competitive spirit with a respect for the laws and ethos of this wonderful game.
Five senior teams competing in the Southern Electric, Hampshire and Three Counties leagues. A large and very active youth and schools programme – 9 Colts teams in 2011. A Hampshire Development Board Focus Club, Clubmark accredited and an active member of the Chance to Shine programme, working with local schools.
Nearly 400 members enjoying a thriving social diary including race nights, dinners and balls. An excellent pavilion and bar open all year round – popular for a casual drink and much in demand for parties and other functions.
A much loved and respected part of the community
If you want to play cricket, competitively or just for fun, or if you just want to join a very friendly club, please contact the club. Hartley Wintney CC is also on the look out for people to help run the club. It's very rewarding and worthwhile. If you're interested, just drop in or visit the website at www.hartleywintney.play-cricket.com where you can find membership details, back numbers of the regular newsletter Stumps and much more.
Hartley Wintney is a friendly, members’ club, situated in the beautiful North East Hampshire countryside, on the edge of the rural town of Hartley Wintney.
Expanded in the year 2000 from a 9 hole course to an 18 hole, par-71 parkland and wooded course measuring 6,240 yards, the layout has been carefully designed to provide a challenge for golfers of all standards with the recent introduction of an Academy for beginners or those returning to the game.
The club has been providing enjoyable golf since 1891 and is the ideal location for a relaxing game of golf in tranquil surroundings with many mature trees and water hazards. The course is easily reached from the M3 and M4 and is close to the borders of Berkshire, Surrey and North Hampshire.
For further information please contact the Secretary/General Manager on 01252 844211, visit our website at www.hartleywintneygolfclub.com or just call in.
The village tennis courts at Greenfields School were officially opened in April 2012. All residents of Hartley Wintney are eligible for free membership of the Tennis Club and courts are then hired on a pay and play basis. Registration and bookings are through the website at http://hartleywintneytennisclub.com
The Club was founded in 1897, were founder members of the Home Counties League (since renamed Combined Counties) in 1978-79, and were crowned Combined Counties League Champions in 1982-83. The team currently play in Division One of the Combined Counties League.
Hartley Wintney FC have their ground at The Memorial Playing Fields, Green Lane, Hartley Wintney, Hants RG27 8DL. The club has a modern covered stand with seating and a central area to accommodate wheelchairs. The pitch is fully floodlit and there is a well-equipped licensed clubhouse offering hot and cold drinks, bar food and snacks, as well as dual-zone large screen satellite TV. Please see www.hartleywintney.football4ever.co.uk for more information on adult and junior teams.
A non-profit making community club run by the community for the community. There are 2 courts situated behind the Coummunity Centre in Ravenscroft, Hook. For more details please visit their website www.hooksquash.hampshire.org.uk or contact Debbie on 01256 764573."
There are no clubs currently in the village – the closest cycling club is the Farnborough and Camberley Cycling club - http://www.fccc.org.uk
The local triathlon club run weekly group rides starting at Hart Leisure Centre on a Saturday morning – www.farnhamtri.com
Again there are no clubs in the village but the nearest club is Fleet and Ewshot Hockey Club at http://www.fleethockey.com