We have a wide variety of community groups and clubs in the village, catering for all ages and interest groups. If you’d like to join or find out more, do contact them directly.
If you would like your local group listed here, please contact the Parish Clerk. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Bee Road
Recreating wildflower areas along the road verges around the village.
Bourn Allotment Association
11 small allotment plots on a half-acre site which are let out by Bourn Allotment Association to members.
Bourn Car Scheme
A voluntary car service for residents of Bourn
Bourn Gaming Club
A new club for playing board games, tabletop war-games and roleplaying games in Bourn.
Bourn Garden Club
A friendly RHS affiliated club
Bourn Neighbourhood Watch
Creating stronger and safer communities
Display your acting, singing and dancing talents or backstage skills...
Bourn Scout Group
What don't Scouts do? Be prepared for camping, activities, community projects and more...
Bourn Sports Club
Bourn Sports Club, a registered charity, was founded in 1996 to promote sporting activities for the residents of Bourn and surrounding villages, with an emphasis on families, children and young people. We try to organise a variety of activities through the year, varying from formal coaching sessions to informal fun activity days.
Bourn to Run
Bourn to Run is an annual cross-country event run by the community for the community to raise vital funds for Bourn Primary Academy and Bourn Sports Club.
Bourn Twinning Association
Bourn is twinned with Saint Papoul in France...
Speedwatch is a volunteer group that monitors traffic speed through the village
The Merribourn Club
The Merribourn Club was set up to cater for the over-60s and retired members of the community.
Tuesday Coffee Club
Originally set up for the residents of the Sheltered Housing community nowadays it is open to any residents of the village of a similar age.