There is a strong sense of village pride and the community pulls together particularly when times are tough – whether it is heavy snow or a pandemic. It has been running a community bus The Hedgehog since the 80s. People are loyal and support the local businesses. The village shares an enterprising spirit and over the years have renovated the village hall and established a community vineyard. In 2011 three hundred grape vines were planted on the land where the allotments are situated in Mickleton.
Mickleton likes to celebrate every memorable occasion whether it is a Royal Occasion like the Queens Jubilee or honouring the heroes from World Wars.
There are many clubs and societies in Mickleton which are formally constituted bodies or registered charities, plus many informal groups and activities. Details of all group membership benefits; meeting schedule and events can be found on their websites.
Here are a selection of the community groups in the Village. If your group would like a page please contact us
The Mickleton Allotments have been in the village for over 400 years. There is currently a thriving community of parishioners growing their own fruit, vegetables and flowers.
If you are new to the village and wondering how to get to know people, the Mickleton society is a friendly place to start
The Parish magazine brings together news from the church and the community and is published monthly
The Hedgehog Community Bus
The Hedgehog Community Bus is provided and operated entirely by volunteers. First established over 25 years ago, they have three 16-seater buses, and provide scheduled services for any member of the public
A community singing group Please see the website for latest rehearsal, concert and joining details and do consider going along. You’d be very welcome.
Greening Mickleton are instrumental in the village for helping our community discover greener ways to live and help preserve the beauty and vitality of the village.