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Moulsford Events

Moulsford Events Committee

If you have lots of enthusiasm and are interested in getting involved in village events for all ages and doing something for your community we would love to hear from you!

A sub-committee of the Parish Council, we typically meet seven times per year and ask only that you would be happy to help out at ad-hoc events and assist with the responsibility of running some of the Friday night socials during the summer - bar duty is optional! 

We would also love to hear from you if you are interested in running a "one off" event without the responsibility of being a full committee member.

If you are interested please contact Nigel Baker ( or have a chat with any committee member.

The bar is open from 6:30pm and offers wine, beer, and soft drinks. 


All villagers are welcome at Friday night socials but please keep dogs under close supervision, preferably on a lead. Dogs should not be in the pavilion itself unless absolutely unavoidable and should always be on a lead. Sorry to have to stress this but older people and small children can easily be knocked over by boisterous dogs.