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22 February 2018

Mursley Neighbourhood Plan Launch Events

The Mursley Neighbourhood Plan Launch Events will be on Wednesday 14th March 3-7pm and Saturday 4th March 1-5pm in the Village Hall.  All are welcome.  Click here for more details ...

05 January 2018

Rat poison near Hounslow Hall

Rat poison has been used near the footpaths by Hounslow Hall, off Newton Road between Newton Longville and Drayton Parslow. The Parish Council has been told that there is signage in place. Dog walkers especially beware.

14 November 2017

Part-time work in Mursley

Mursley Parish Council is looking for people interested in taking on paid work within the village. The work will primarily consist of mowing and strimming the grass verges (only within the 30 mph areas) and village public areas. The Living Wage will be paid. You will be able to choose when to do the work, so it can easily fit in around other commitments.

Full safety training will be given and all equipment will be provided by the Parish Council.

It is open to anyone who will be 16 years or older on 1 January 2018. The work will start in early 2018.

This scheme is organised jointly between the Mursley Parish Council and the Stewkley Enterprise Agency.

If you are interested or have any queries, please contact Rob Francis on 07943394890 / We will also be at the village hall at 7pm on 27 November 2017 to answer any questions.

21 September 2017

Neighbourhood Plan - Call for help

16 September 2017

200 Club Winners

2 draws this month:

£50             Jenny Bonham
£25             D Tofield
£15             H Lawson

£50            Maureen Mills
£25            C Milner
£15            Jean Kirk

19 July 2017

200 Club Draws

There were 4 draws at this month's committee meeting, winners as follows:
Draw 1
£50          Kathy Gray
£25          Sandy Skinner
£15          June Ward

Draw 2
£50         J Pallister
£25         D Tofield
£15         Pauline Torr

Draw 3
£50         B Wilson
£25         Sue Clark
£15         I Bush

Draw 4
£50       Peter Sexton
£25       Pat Caulfield
£15       Caroline Pettit

15 July 2017

MUFC Community Award Winner

MUFC were delighted to confirm at their Open Day on Saturday, the first ever winner of their new Club Award, “Football in the Community.”
This special Award is given to those individuals who’s work in the MUFC Community enables the Club to maintain and develop that vital link to those they serve.
Kev Jefcoate was nominated by the Executive Committee for his sterling work over the last three seasons with the Sunday “Mini-Kickers” group. A vital feeder to the Youth Pathway.
Well deserved!

05 July 2017

Road Closure


BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL has made an Order, which will temporarily prohibit any vehicle from proceeding, except for access, in that length of Station Road, Mursley, which commences from junction of Whaddon Road. The alternative route for vehicles affected by the closure will be via Main Street, Whaddon Road, Mursley Road, Bletchley Road, Warren Road, Shucklow Hill, Church Street, Station Road and vice versa. The closure is required whilst Anglian Water works take place and it is anticipated that the works will commence on 31 July 2017 and will take approximately 5 days to complete.

The Order will come into operation on 31 July 2017 when the appropriate signs are lawfully displayed and will continue for a period not exceeding eighteen months or until the said works have been completed whichever is the earlier. Penalties for not observing these restrictions will be as prescribed by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and the Road Traffic Act 1991

15 May 2017

What a Weekend!

What a weekend for Youth Football!

The MUFC is grateful for the support of those of who could get there at some point over the weekend. It just doesn't happen without the generous volunteers. There were some great laughs and some great stories to tell too.

Special mention needs to be made for the hard work put in by Ian Attwell & Sarah Knowles without who's unassuming support there wouldn't have been the wonderful feedback from MKDDL and many of the managers, parents and players who visited over the weekend.

The results are shown below, but equally importantly, there is a heightened MUFC's presence as a being real force in terms of both facilities and in Youth Football in MK.

Food:Cafe in Community (less purchases & wages) =£321.20
Kazbah (mobile van less 28 food vouchers for Volunteers) = £300
Pitch Hire (invoice to MKDDL) = £600
Car Park (parking with programme) - Day 1 = £530.00
Car Park (parking with programme) - Day 2 = £421.06

Grand Total: £2172.26

It has been decided that much of the monies will go to the Pitch Improvement Plan (PIP) which is a project currently in its infancy with Neal Root (MSA). Neal is talking with the Berks & Bucks FA to find the right means/ways in order to invest much needed time and money in this most precious resource, ie the pitches and land.

Neal would like to recruit a small team of volunteers (some have said yes already) to manage this project and bring it to fruition. Please see Neal if you are interested in getting involved.

Thanks again to all concerned.

07 May 2017

Another Resounding Success

The latest production from the Players filled the Village Hall on Friday and Saturday evenings.
There were many familiar faces up on stage, but one or two new ones, and a welcome return for one or two more, with the general concensus from all around that it was 'a good one'.
One of the new performers was none other than our own Rector Simon, as his alter ego 'Simo'  a rather unusual 'magical artiste' whose bumbling, but ultimately clever antics, charmed the audience; the highlight this year? difficult to call, but that finale had just about everything!
The proceeds from the show will be shared between the Puzzle Centre at Winslow and Action Medical Research, and some of the hard working players are going on to tackle further challenges in aid of Action Medical Research, and you can further support their effort by going to the fund raising 'Cheesy Disco' on 20th May, see future events in this web site.

24 April 2017

Neighbourhood Watch General Meeting

Following on from a rather poorly attended general meeting held 5/4/17, this is a brief precis of the proceedings. Although attendees numbered less than a dozen, there were several interesting queries raised, and our local PC, Wendy Taylor gave an inspirational presentation on the best way to protect ourselves. There was only one piece of equipment brought down for security marking, and Wendy is quite happy to attend again for this purpose should the need arise. She also brought with her some up to date literature, which has been passed to the co-ordinators who were present. Wendy also advised that we can obtain data tag  kits to do our own security marking of things like computers, and if we can get as many as 20 people interested, we can obtain these kits at £20 each (normal price £39.99), 
if you are interested in this, please ring 728570 to put your name down.
It was clear that not everyone knew who their own co-ordinator was, and there are currently a couple of gaps anyway, due to past co-ordinators giving up the role, and every effort is being made to plug these gaps. Meanwhile, if you have any queries concerning this report, or would like to know who your co-ordinator is, please ring Barry or Alison Agnew on 728570.

11 April 2017

MUFC's U18's reach League Cup Final

Mursley FC’s U18s fought back from 2 goals down to win 3-2 and progress to the League Cup Final to be held on Sunday 30th April at the MK Dons stadium (KO TBA).

This is a tremendous achievement for a team in its 1st year at Mursley FC and adds to the recent County Cup success of our U18 Development squad. This could mean both our U18 sides bringing home silverware in the same season.
Well done to Lee and his talented boys"

27 March 2017

MUFC U18's Win County Cup

Great performances from the entire Mursley United U18 Development squad to win the Berks & Bucks U18 County Cup.
With lots in green & white colours watching on, the lads took a half-time lead of 2-0 into the dressing room following a wonderful display on controlled football, applying pressure in every area of the pitch to their talented rivals.
A strong fight back in the second half saw Bucks U18s pull the game to 2-2 at the final whistle. The game then went into penalties and two splendid saves from goalkeeper Josh Bonaiti meant Mursley brought home the trophy against all the odds.
Well done to all concerned!

24 March 2017

Neighbourhood Plan to Go Ahead?

Further to the residents' meeting held earlier this week, and the concensus reached amongst attendees to go forward with a Neighbourhood Plan, the Parish Council are due to meet on 10th April to make a formal decision on sponsorship.
We are advised that a Neighbourhood Plan in Mursley will not only focus on planning, it will also evaluate and plan detail pertaining to the general Village environment, including its landscape/ecology, public transport and residents' facilities including shops.
If you require further detail please attend the meeting on the 10th April, or contact the PC via

15 March 2017

Neighbourhood Plan for Mursley?

There is to be a further meeting on this issue on Monday 20th March in the Sports Pavilion, starting at 8pm - see future events for further detail.
This is something that could effect us all in terms of future development in the Parish, and the Parish Council would like to see as many people as possible at the meeting so that an informed decision can be made as to whether or not we should go ahead with such a plan.
In the event of further query, or if you cannot attend the meeting but would like your views taken into account, please email

12 March 2017

200 Club

The draw took place at the recent Village Hall Committee meeting, winners as follows:

A Collins                  £ 50
Chris Fear                 £ 25
Caroline Stagnall      £ 15

16 February 2017

Question Time comes to Mursley

Mursley style of course.
If you want to take part in this new and innovative event, the first session takes place in the Green Man on Tuesday 7th March. All details of this and other dates can be found in Future Events

11 February 2017

200 Club

There was a double draw at the recent Village Hall Committee meeting:

Draw 1
Gilly Choo            £ 50
Michael Baxter     £ 25
Neal Root             £ 15

Draw 2
Joy Cowell          £ 50
Jane Tuckwell     £ 25
Don Bone            £ 15

In other news, the profit from the recent Murder Mystery evening was a very impressive £1,565, from which a donation to the Church will be made as a thank you for their help with the catering.
The VH Committee also wish to say a massive thank you to the Players who provided their usual brand of quirky entertainment on the night. A good time was had by all!

02 February 2017

Neighbourhood Plan Update

A poorly attended general meeting at the Village Hall last night, following which it had been hoped a decision would be reached as to whether Mursley should go down the route of formulating a Neighbourhood Plan, ended in stalemate, with a decision being deferred until a further general meeting could be held. Those who did attend held varying opinions about the merits of pursuing such a costly and time consuming exercise, and presentations were heard from representatives from AVDC Planning and the Chairman of the Stewkley Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group. Simon West, our Parish Councillor responsible for this matter, spoke passionately and winningly about the need for such a plan, but it was generally felt that more people needed to be consulted before a decision could be made. It was therefore agreed that further canvassing would occur in the hope that the next meeting would be much better attended. Please watch this space for further detail. In the meantime, if you need further information, please contact the clerk to the Parish Council, or by leaving a message on 720979.

31 January 2017

Mursley U18's reach final!

Many congratulations to Alan Baldwin and the boys who yesterday won through to the final of the Berks & Bucks U18 County Cup final.
With a packed Pavilion watching proceedings, the U18s fought back twice from 1-0 and 2-1 down to secure a 3-2 win. Everyone of the 13 man squad was a “man-of-the-match”.
In an all North Bucks final, they now meet Buckingham Athletic U18s.
The date is currently planned for the 26th March 2017 at a venue to be decided by the County FA.

05 January 2017

Allotments available

We understand from the Parish Council that some land has become available for use as allotments for residents of the Village. Anyone interested in having an allotment should contact the Clerk to the Council by emailing or by leaving a message on 720979

20 December 2016

MSA Thankyou

The pub was well attended last Saturday, it was the annual gathering of MSA supporters for the usual carols and raffle draw. Disappointingly there was no mulled wine or mince pies (pub take note), but the atmosphere was great, and the voices, more or less, were raised in joyful unity.
MSA would like to thank everyone for their support, a terrific £626 was raised.

15 December 2016

Only 8 seats left!

News from the VH Committee is that the Murder Mystery Event to be held on 4th February is almost sold out, (see Future Events for further details), so if you are not already booked in, either individually or with a group, you need to get your name down, ring Barry Agnew on 728570 to reserve your place. We understand a waiting list will be started once all the seats are sold on a first come first served basis.

The Christmas 200 Club Draw was as follows:
    £100                   Alan Prigeon
   £  25                    Sandy Skinner
   £  15                    S Roach

In other news, long standing Chairman Russell Fewing has stood down due to pressure of work, although he will remain on the Committee. Vice Chairman Barry Agnew has taken over the role until the AGM.

07 December 2016

MUFC U7 Team to be Formed

Thanks to the tremendous success of our Sunday morning Mini-Kickers programme, the MUFC Committee now feel they are in a position to look towards forming an MUFC U7 team for the 2017/18 season.

They will play non-competitive 5v5 football against similar clubs at similar level. The committee plan to continue with, what will then be, the U9, U11, U13, U15 & U18 sides if the leagues are available to meet those
specific needs.

This is by way of an early notice of this and more importantly to also let everyone know that the committee will be seeking to appoint a new manager to coach and manage this team. They are keen that this individual comes
from this Community since they will be more familiar with the "Mursley Way". Tradition has it that this should be a parent of a player, but this is not a traditional youth football club as they aim to offer opportunities to the community first.

Ideally, the committee would like the manager/coach in situ ahead of the formation of the team.
So, if you are aware of anyone who might be interested in this position, please speak with Alex, Nigel or Craig about the opportunity. The committee is prepared to fund the right candidate to be able to achieve their FA Level 1 badges.

23 November 2016

Event Not to be Missed

Come along to the Village Hall on Saturday for the stunning Christmas Fayre.
You can feast on mulled wine and mince pies whilst checking out the many and various stalls.
Doors open 12 Noon!

In other Village Hall news, the recent 200 Club draws were as follows:

Russell Fewing       £50
Nick Webb              £25
Laura McKintosh    £15

Gary Ives                £50
Barry Agnew          £25
B Dickens               £15

15 November 2016

Local Break-ins

Police are warning everyone to be vigilant following a spate of local break-ins, including as close as Stewkley & Wing, and in particular, last week a property near the playing fields was completely ransacked. With regard to that incident police are after any information from witnesses, detail as follows:

Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following a burglary in which a car was stolen.The incident occurred between Tuesday (1/11) and Friday (4/11) at a property in Station Road, Mursley. The offender is believed to have gained entry to the property while it was unoccupied. A set of car keys were stolen from the house and subsequently a black Mercedes was taken from the driveway. The car was driven towards Bletchley. Investigating Officer PC Lauren Suffling of Aylesbury Local CID said: “I am encouraging anyone who has seen anyone acting suspiciously or any suspicious vehicles around the area to get in touch by calling the Thames Valley Police non-emergency number 101.If you do not want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers(opens new window)  anonymously on 0800 555 111. No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.

In addition, we are getting reports that someone local was pinned down and robbed in their home on Monday 14th. Please will everyone be extra careful and report anything suspicious to your Neighbourhood Watch representative or direct to the police on the 101 number as above.
Thank you, and please take care.

10 November 2016

De-fibrillator Training

Did you know there’s a Defibrillator at Mursley Village Hall?  And do you know how to use it?
Ian Jones, who is Paramedic  and NHS Community Defibrillation Officer, will be giving a 90 minute demonstration in Mursley Village Hall on 16 November at 7.30pm.
While CPR alone (chest compressions and rescue breaths) saves around 9% of people who suffer from a sudden cardiac arrest, CPR and using an automated external defibrillator (AED) increases the chance of survival five-fold to 50%.
The computerised machines, which give an electric shock to the heart to return it to normal rhythm, are a crucial life-saving tool after sudden cardiac arrest.
If you would like to attend this informal training event, please email or leave a message on 720979.

Mursley Parish Council

08 November 2016

Reception at Village Hall

A group of people gathered in the Village Hall on Sunday to officially celebrate the finish of the re-furbishment works. The purpose of the event was to thank everyone who had supported the venture, some of whom were present on the day. Guests included local dignitaries Neil & Janet Blake, Janet in particular had helped the cause via her role on AVDC Community Chest. WREN were the other main contributors and were also thanked, although they did not have any representation there. Barry Agnew, Vice Chairman of the Village Hall outlined the history and detail of the works, noting that the Hall had been open more than 50 years, and past chairmen Tony Dickens and Dave Tofield, and current chairman Russell Fewing were also in attendance, Dave Tofield also in his capacity of the main contractor on the project. Barry also thanked other contributors, ie the Table Tennis Society, the Players, the Web Site Team and the Parish Council, and in particular local ex resident Randolph Weale, whose original bequest started the ball rolling. Everyone else there, in the main, had supported the scheme initially with letters and emails of support without which obtaining the grants would not have been possible.
A successful and social afternoon, a couple of photos to give you a flavour:

24 October 2016

Swanbourne Endeavour Success!

Well done to all who took part yesterday, it was a great combined effort. The team included two juniors, Jonah Faulks and Jamie Wilson and two 5k and twenty 10k runners. There was also a great back up of supporters.

The race raises over £10k for charities and this year with more runners will probably be a record.

The challenge this year was to recover the 10k team trophy, and this was achieved in style. It is the first five runners in the team that count, but they are helped  round because they know there are 15 others chasing them!!

It was a great team effort this year that landed the trophy which is there for all to see in the Green Man.

Below is a link to the results page.

Congratulations to all concerned.

17 September 2016

200 Club

2 draws this month to cover the summer holiday period as well:

Whelan               £50
T Sutton              £25
A Collins            £15

Claire Milner      £50
T Ebbs                £25
L Mackintosh     £15

24 August 2016

New National Number

From 6th September a new national phone number - 105 - will be launched by electricity network operators fir customers to call should they need support, or should they need to get information about a power cut in their area.
This is a free service for people in England, Scotland & Wales, and customers can call no matter who they choose to buy electricity from. You can also call if you spot damage to electricity power lines and sub-stations that could put anyone in danger.
A useful number indeed, and one to add to the list by the phone!

16 August 2016

Proposed development in Whaddon Road

Following on from the flyer that we assume everyone has received, a reminder that there is a proposal to build circa 50 houses in the field alongside Whaddon Road and The Lane. The development has several implications should it go ahead including:

  • Possibility for future  'back land' development 
  • Additional traffic on Whaddon Road, already a hot spot for speeding vehicles
  • Possible impact on the conservation area that it borders
If you require further information you need to attend the public consultation event being held at the Village Hall in the committee rooms on 25th August, from 14.00 to 19.30, or you can contact the Developers, ADAS, email address web site
We understand there is group of residents opposed to this development who are forming a committee, if you are interested in joining please contact Jackie via or ring 720979

27 July 2016

Temporary Road Closure

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL has made an Order, which will
temporarily prohibit any vehicle from proceeding, except for access, in that length of
Station Road, Mursley, which commences at 800 m from its junction with Whaddon
Road and continues to 828 m from its junction with Whaddon Road.

The alternative route for vehicles affected by the closure will be via Whaddon Road -

Swans Way - A421 - Warren Road.

The closure is required whilst Anglian Water works take place and it is anticipated
that the works will commence on 22 August 2016 and will take approximately 3 days
to complete.
The Order will come into operation on 22 August 2016 when the appropriate signs
are lawfully displayed and will continue for a period not exceeding eighteen months
or until the said works have been completed whichever is the earlier.

18 July 2016

Ironman Triumph

Local man, Richard Pepper, triumphed at the weekend after competing in the gruelling Bolton Ironman Event. After 14.24 hours of pain and suffering the phrase of 'you are an Ironman' rated for Richard as one of the best moments in his life. Richard paid tribute to his coach, Paul Burton-Pye who has helped him attain a supreme level of fitness. He also paid tribute to his family, Andrea & Ollie, who have been with him every step of the way.
A proud moment indeed.

14 July 2016

Mursley in Bloom 2016 Winner

Trophy has now been presented, along with £50 in garden vouchers, so we can reveal that this year's worthy winner is 8 Manor Close, with Manor Close overall being far and away the best street/area.
Well done to all concerned, especially the winner, whose attention to detail won our judge over. This along with being able to produce a quirky basket, which had a wonderful choice of lilac flowers and some different plant choices.

Highly commended went to 15 Whaddon Road, newcomers to the Village, who are to be congratulated for joining in so whole heartedly in their first year in Mursley.

Numbers of entries were severely down this year however, maybe due to the bad weather conditions, but the organisers have decided to take the next couple of years off from organising and financing this competition, and perhaps give past 'enthusiasts' a chance to re-group. Thanks to everyone who did take part.

Thanks too to our lovely judge, Valerie, who brought a keen artists eye to this years offering, and she had this to say:
'The general standard was very high, and a lot of hard work had been put in despite the weather. The colour palette was not necessarily an easy one, but despite this, there were some well executed, creative and interesting ideas. I saw some wonderful combinations of textured foliage and unusual flowers.'

200 Club Draws

There were 4 draws held last night, winners as follows:

Draw 1:
   £50                   Aimee & Andrew Cavel
   £25                   B Agnew
   £15                   Laura McKintosh

Draw 2:
   £50                   Chris North
   £25                   Lydia James
   £15                   Stella Hitner

Draw 3:
   £50                  Ann Wilson
   £25                  John Woodhouse
   £15                  Ken Sewell

Draw 4:
   £50                 Bruce Tollman
   £25                 A Collins
   £15                 Whelan

30 June 2016

MUFC Vacancy

MUFC currently have a vacancy to provide hospitality and catering services to their own and visiting teams.

The work entails shopping, preparing and serving hot and cold food on mainly Saturday afternoons, but may include other events on other days, some of which could be on Sundays.

The hours of work are confirmed as 1330 to 1800 on a Saturday(during the football season) at the Pavilion, but also includes time for shopping & food preparation which can be done either at home or at the Community Pavilion in Mursley.

For anyone interested please contact Alex Gallon(07801 553183) or for a full job description.

13 June 2016

Whats on in Buckinghamshire

You can upload any of the events free of charge on the new ‘What’s On’ website: You can login via a Face book or Twitter account on the right hand column.... this will enable you to go back in and amend or change details to the events you have uploaded, alternatively you can upload an event without logging in.
Why not give it a go.

In other news, the Mursley Bell Ringers took part in the BBC Music Day on the 3rd of June, this link should take you to pictures and video's of the day:

27 May 2016

Missing Dogs

Two dogs have gone missing yesterday – they’re both Norfolk Terriers – small and sandy coloured and both are chipped and have collar tags with the owners' phone numbers on.
Would everyone please keep an eye open for them from today onwards and give the owners a call if one or both turn up
David Roberts
 Phone mobile 07973 671666

12 May 2016

Mursley in Bloom

It's the time of year when folks are beavering away on their pots & pithoi, not to mention baskets, so a reminder of the colour scheme, courtesy of last years's winner, silver/lilac/white
Please see future events for further details
Well done to the pub for starting the ball rolling!

10 May 2016

Notice of Road Closures

BUCKINGHAMSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL has made an Order, which will
temporarily prohibit any vehicle from proceeding, except for access, in those lengths
of various roads in various Parishes in the Aylesbury Vale District as specified in the The alternative routes for vehicles affected by the closures are specified in the
Schedule below.
The closures are required whilst three phase capital surface dressing works take
place and it is anticipated that the works will all take place between 6 June 2016 and
30 September 2016 when signed and will continue for a period not exceeding
eighteen months or until the said works have been completed whichever is the
earlier.  The closures will be in place between 0900 hours and 1700 hours on the
days they are signed.    

The Order will come into operation on 6 June 2016 when the appropriate signs are
lawfully displayed. Penalties for not observing these restrictions will be as prescribed
by the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 and the Road Traffic Act 1991.

“AR” = Alternative Route.

Worminghall Road/Manor Road/The Turnpike, Oakley, from Bicester Road to
Oakley Road.  AR -  Oakley Road, Menmarsh Road, then into Oxfordshire, Stanton
St John Road, Honeyburge, Main Road, Bicester Road, Foresters, Bicester Road

Pitchcott Hill, Pitchcott/Pitchcott Road, Oving/Whitchurch Road, Oving/Oving
Road, Whitchurch, from Carters Lane to North Marston Lane.  AR – Oving Road,
High Street, Buckingham Road, Weedon Road, Haydon Road, Bicester Road,
Aylesbury Road, Blackgrove Road, Oving Road and vice versa.

Swanbourne Road, Mursley/Mursley Road, Swanbourne, from Ridgeway
Cottages, Swanbourne to Main Street, Mursley.  AR – Mursley Road, Winslow Road,
Swanbourne Road, Aylesbury Road, Sheep Street, High Street, Buckingham Road,
Great Horwood Road, Winslow Road, High Street, The Green, Nash Road, A421
Bletchley Road, Mursley Road, Whaddon Road, Main Street and vice versa.

Dated 25 May 2016.

02 May 2016

MUFC to host Cup Finals

MUFC are to host the MK District Development League's 8 Cup Finals over the weekend of the 21st & 22nd May 2016. 

This is a major coup for the Club and is a clear reflection of all the hard work of the Youth teams, Managers, Parents, Volunteers in putting Youth Football at Mursley on the map. 

There will be a leaflet drop in the Village to outline the detailed plans for the day in due course

28 April 2016

New Caretaker Appointed

The Village Hall Committee are delighted to welcome Hattie Hornblow to their team.
Hattie lives up Cooks Lane, and was 'inaugurated' yesterday.
If you need to contact her, the details are as follows:
mob: 07753 387420

14 April 2016

Yogaletes is coming to the Village!

Active Bucks has organised "Yogalates" for free on Wednesday mornings at 10am in the village hall starting on 4th May.  Watch this space for further details

02 April 2016

New Caretaker Wanted

Mursley Village Hall Committee are seeking an Active, Committed,  Responsible Person for the position of Caretaker/Cleaner for the Village Hall

Excellent rate of Pay

Further details from Russell Fewing 728588/
or Wendi Cramphorn 720291/

They are also seeking to fill the volunteer position of Bookings Secretary. If you can spare a few hours per week and want to help your Village community, then please ring Russell on 728588, or email

The role is interesting and varied.

10 March 2016

200 Club Winners


£50       Chris North
£25       B Wilson
£15       Don Bone


£50       Lyndon Robinson
£25       Ken Sewell
£15       J Pallister

In other news, the Village Hall Committee are looking for a new Bookings Secretary, please make contact if you are interested. Rates are due to go up on 1st April, the new schedule will be posted on the Village Hall section of this web site. Also, the order for the curtains has now been placed, and it is hoped that the main curtains will be in place by the end of March, new stage curtains to follow later.

09 March 2016

Mursley in Bloom 2016

An early reminder that this year's Mursley in Bloom colours are lilac/silver and white, as chosen by last year's winner. Whilst we recognise that 2016 is another patriotic year, so red/white & blue may well figure heavily in this years containers, please give a thought to perhaps having at least one container in this year's colour scheme, and giving yourself a chance to win the trophy this year, and £50 of garden vouchers.
You might also be able to contribute to collective honours for best area/street in Mursley, which last year went to Manor Close.
Happy seed hunting, and good luck.

06 March 2016

Key Position available at MUFC

Mursley United Football Club are seeking a new Club Secretary for an immediate start in
preparation for the 2016/17 season. It's an exciting time for Mursley United Football Club and we are looking for a suitable, experienced individual to take over the essential role as Club Secretary, as a result of the retirement of our current Club Secretary.

We are looking for someone with excellent organisational and communication skills to
work alongside the club's Chairman, Director of Football Operations and the Club
Football Managers. Experience within similar positions or an understanding of football administration and compliance is an advantage, but not an essential as full training will be given.

Role Description

The main purpose of the role is to be the principal football administrator for Mursley
United Football Club. The Club Secretary carries out or delegates all the administrative
duties that enable the club’s football teams to function properly.The Club Secretary is supported by the Youth Secretary and the Club's Welfare Officers.

Responsibilities of Club Secretary

  • Official contact between Club, County FA, Leagues and other clubs
  • Work closely with the club appointed officers in ensuring the smooth running of the club’s football teams
  •  Ensure club affiliation and league membership
  • Ensure effective correspondence and communication 
  • Match Day duties to support team and officials
  • Pre match arrangements with opposition and officials
  •  Player Registrations
  •  Handling player and club discipline reports
  • Attending League AGM’s
  • Dealing with correspondence
  • Reporting results

This is a voluntary unpaid position although exceptional travel expenses will be covered
by the club. Applicants should be able to attend most home and away games and all club and league
meetings when required.The club hope to find an applicant who can get involved this season, working alongside the current club secretary in order to become familiar with the role prior to 2016/17 season onwards.

Those who are interested should contact the club by calling 07801 553183 or emailing Alternatively, speak to one of our Committee members if you
would like an informal chat to begin with.