suspension of all activities.
Following the Government's restrictions and guidelines, the IMPFT
have closed all of the facilities at the playing field. It is not
clear how long this will last for but we remain optimistic and
will carry on with our plans for the pavilion renovation. If you
use the playing field as part of a daily walk, please remember to
keep your distance from others, and if you have a dog with you
keep it on a lead.
We have someone willing to sponsor walking football. Now we just
need a coach and players, so do get in touch if you are interested
or have some thoughts on how to make this happen. This is a fun
and very social activity
. When the playing field re-opens it
would be great to have this activity ready to go.
Park Life Rovers football team football is suspended until
Government restrictions are lifted.
Cricket has been played in Inkpen for many years and Inkpen Cricket
Club is currently enjoying somewhat of a renaissance, with a growing
group of players and an increased number matches in the fixture list
(18 scheduled for the upcoming 2021 season).
Our primary goal as a club is to enjoy some competitive yet sociable
and not-too-serious cricket. Most matches are played on Sunday
afternoon, against local villages and number of other social sides.
We welcome new players of all abilities, talented and not-so
talented, both from inside Inkpen and from the surrounding area
(Kintbury, Hungerford, Newbury and elsewhere). We are also looking
for any keen umpires (experience not essential).
For more information, including the full list of fixtures and club
contact details, please see the ICC website at