Associations and Organisations

On the following linked pages, are a variety of Local Associations and Organisations covering a wide range of interests and based in Maiden Newton and Frome Vauchurch or the surrounding area.

If you have an organisation that you think should be listed here, please get in touch.


Allotment Association

maiden newton allotment association

Frome Valley Music and Drama Society

Details and information on the Frome Valley Music and Drama Society.



The Keep it Live Music Society brings live bands throughout the year to Maiden Newton.

Maiden Newton Archaeology

Maiden Newton has a long and varied history and much has been researched or dug from the earth in past decades to piece together some of the story of the village that we call home. But many more questions still need to be answered.


Maiden Newton Art Group

Details and information on Maiden Newton Art Group.

Maiden Newton Running Club

Maiden Newton Running Club


Stars Peer Support Group

Stars Peer Support Group in Dorchester, Dorset.

The Kingcombe Centre

The Kingcombe Centre - Environmental Centre and Nature Reserve


West Compton Manor Lakes Fishing Syndicate

Membership of the syndicate is done on an annual basis and allows access to fish the lakes on the private estate of West Compton Manor.

West Dorset Conservative Association

West Dorset Conservative Association and our MP, Rt Hon Oliver Letwin


Friendly Skittles League

Based at the Chalk & Cheese pub with teams made up of village residents competing in various league and cup competitions. Two games are played on Monday & Tuesday nights with teams of 4 people. This is a fun league and isn't taken too seriously although the competition is always keenly fought!

Maiden Newton Youth Football Club

The Maiden Newton Youth Football Club is based in Maiden Newton, Nr Dorchester, Dorset and is open to Girls and Boys from Primary School age to 16.


Maiden Newton and Cattistock FC

Maiden Newton and Cattistock Football Club are currently playing in the Dorset County League Division 3 for the 2010/2011 season.

Cattistock Womens Institute

Inspiring Women in Cattistock for 100 years! The Women�s Institute (WI) was formed in 1915 to revitalise rural communities and encourage women to become more involved in producing food during the First World war. Since then the organisation�s aims have broadened greatly and the WI is now the largest voluntary women�s organisation in the UK with around 250,000 members.


Citizens Advice

Citizens Advice helped me find a way forward. Citizens Advice is available every Tuesday morning for registered patients of Tollerford Practice.