Clubs, Societies, Hobbies...

Find hobby and leisure groups, clubs, societies and more in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

Queens Park Arts Centre

Aylesbury’s hub of the arts, one of the largest independent arts centres in the UK. Situated in Queens Park off the Tring Road/High Street. Wide variety of arts to get involved in from one off courses to weekly workshops. Activities include Pottery, Watercolour Painting, Belly Dancing, Crochet, Guitar, and a whole lot more!

Aylesbury Scouts

Social activities and adventures with 5 groups; Beavers (6-8yrs), Cubs (8-10yrs), Scouts (10-14yrs), Explorers (14-18yrs), and Network (18-25yrs). Members develop skills and enjoy great adventures outdoors.

Aylesbury Festival Choir

Welcoming and friendly local choir staging concerts and smaller group events.

Aylesbury Concert Band

Amateur Aylesbury wind instrument band performing at local events. 

Aylesbury Vale LGBT Social Group

LGBTIQ+ Social Group and Voluntary Community Organisation with events and social gatherings in and around the Aylesbury Vale.

Aylesbury Literary Club

Situated in the town centre on Temple Street. A members club.

The Victoria Club

A members social club/bar in Kingsbury, town centre.

Aylesbury Choral Society

Enthusiastic and friendly society with members of all ages and abilities. 

Bucks Archaeological Society

“The Society focuses on all aspects of the historic county, working to protect and record our heritage and historic environment.”

Aylesbury Chess Club

Offering Chess Club nights/leagues and Buckinghamshire league match days.

Shoot Pool & Snooker

Membership snooker and pool club split over 2 floors above Iceland on the High Street.

Aylesbury Folk Club

Open to all, meetings on the 2nd Friday of each month.

RSPB Aylesbury Group

Meets at Prebendal Farm Community Centre, their website has news and events information and pages on Places to see Birds.

Aylesbury Vale Youth Theatre

“Run by and for young people aged 16-25 in Buckinghamshire.”

Thursday Club

For local people with disabilities, aged 12+.

Aylesbury Area Disabled Club

For people with physical disabilities, monthly social evening, swimming and sports trips.

RSPB Aylesbury Group

Meets at Prebendal Farm Community Centre, their website has news and events information and pages on Places to see Birds.

Vale Countryside Volunteers

“VCV care for and protect the wildlife and countryside of Aylesbury Vale”.

Imagez Camera Club

Meets Tuesday evenings at Weston Turville village hall, with members of all levels and abilities.

Aylesbury Astronomical Society

Meets the first Monday of the month at the scout hut on Oakfield Road.

Mid-Bucks (Aylesbury) u3a

“Make the most of life once you’re no longer in full time work by exploring new ideas, skills and interests”…


LimbPower support amputees, individuals with limb difference and their families to bridge the gap between hospital rehabilitation and community and school engagement to rebuild lives and improve physical, social and mental well-being.