Youth Activities

Cubs & Scouts

For those interested in scouting activities, there are three groups active in Landford. They all use the Bramshaw Scout Hut, which is located close to the cattle grid on the Lyndhurst Road entering the Forest towards Bramshaw. Details are as follows.

Beavers (Ages 6-8), Mondays 17:15-18:30, Contact via

Cubs (Ages 8-10), Tuesdays 18:30-20:00.   Contact via

Scouts (Ages 10½ – 14), Fridays 19:15-21:15.   Contact via


The District Commissioner is Tracey Shearing who can be contacted on 01725 514721 or by mobile on 07783 575033. Also by email at Details are as follows.

Rainbows (Ages 5-7), Tuesdays 17:30-18:30, Nomansland Methodist Church. Contact Tracey Shearing on 01725 514721

Nomansland Brownies (Ages 7-10), Tuesdays 18:15-19:30, Nomansland Methodist Church. Contact Tracey Shearing on 01725 514721

Landford Brownies (Ages 7-10), Tuesdays 17:30-19:00, Landford Methodist Hall. Contact Chris Ellis on 01794 884868

Guides (Ages 10 onwards), Thursdays 18:30-20:30, Nomansland Sports Assn. Clubhouse. Contact Carol Knight on 01794 390627

Youth Club

Currently the only Youth Club in Landford is run by the Methodist Church. It is held on Friday evenings and travels round the circuit to different venues. Every third Friday it is held in the Methodist Hall, Landford.

Other activites organised for Youth in south Wiltshire are as follows.

Downton – Wednesday,   7.00 – 9.30pm

Old Sarum – Thursday,    6.30 – 9.00pm

Winterslow – Friday,        8.00 – 10.00pm

Alderbury – Monday        6.45 – 7.45pm for Football


2 Responses to “Youth Activities”

  1. Ian horton Says:

    Hello there I have a son who is 12 and is looking for things to do around the village any information would be grateful you can phone me or email me my name is ian horton 07765987769 and my email is many thanks

    • John Martin Says:

      Hello Ian, Yes, this is quite a difficult one. When we did the Community Plan back in 2007/08 we found it extremely difficult to contact young people to find out what they wanted in the village, and even more difficult to reach the youth. There was a demand for a Youth Club besides the one that is run by the Methodist Chapel. Having said that, none of the parents wanted to join in as supervisors! The only local youth group I know of for boys are the Scouts. There is a new Youth Club running over in Whiteparish.

      There was also talk of a local boys football team, but that has not taken off as yet. Most of the kids go down onto the Recreation Ground and play on their bikes or kick a ball about. Most other activities they get involved in are in connection with their school. Sorry I can’t be of more help than that. Regards to you. John Martin.

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