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Even though we are in a state of semi-lock-down, work still goes on behind the scenes. And the rule of 6 applies. The Pavilion is complete but the storage building is still under construction. We are still fund raising for the car park at the back of the pavilion, and to equip the kitchen, so it you can donate anything please do get in touch with

From now and for the next 6 months, a new charges structure is in place. If you would like to book the playing-field or the pavilion (when government restrictions permit) early application is suggested to avoid disappointment. The new charges can be found here. To book, email The pavilion is available for anyone over 18 to book and we very much hope that it will be used by many of you for various activities.

The woodland playground equipment will now be installed the week commencing 5 th April to allow us to prepare the ground.
Fencing will then be put up and in October we will be putting in place hedging plants and mature trees. If you would like to donate a tree please do let us know.


The IMPFT is committed to maintaining, and where possible, improving the facilities that remain free to Inkpen residents. This extends to improvements to the children's play equipment, especially for the under 5 year olds, and a new woodland walk.

These free services inevitably come at a cost to our charity, and in order to cover these costs we have to both seek out grants, and fund raise, with afternoon tea and cake events, car boot sales, jumble sales, open garden weekends and the like.

In spite of the current Covid-19 restrictions, it is important that we continue to fund-raise. There are relatively few grant opportunities and competition is particularly fierce. Many thanks for the continuing help of the fund-raising committee.

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After many months without events at the playing field,  we now have a few events taking place. All events are required to comply with government advice and restrictions. This includes cricket, tennis, 5-a-side football and basket ball. The pavilion is closed pending an end to lockdown restrictions.

We are obviously keeping a close eye on Government restrictions but we anticipate having our annual Car Boot Sale on 25th September, but if at all possible we may consider having one earlier in the summer. Also, the Inkpen Open Gardens two years ago was very popular and it would be great to do this again. If you would be happy to include your garden should we go ahead with this in June please do get in touch

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The Inkpen Playing Field is most important for the development of a fit and healthy children.

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Be Alert to drugs and vandals

Help us keep our village safe and in particular, keep our open spaces safe for children and young families.

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New Defibrillator

We have a defibrillator at the playing field. Learn how to use it. You may save a life.

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The new look pavilion

Breathing new life into an old structure and inspiring activity in our community - an artists impression.

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