User Groups

Football Team (s)

Description of each Club and Contact details


Friends of Mapledurham Playingfields

Wildlife conservation work is carried out by the Friends of Mapledurham Playing Fiedls, which is part of the pan-Reading ECONET conservation organisation. To contact the Friends of Mapledurham or for more information go to

Econet undertakes tasks relating to the conservation of the natural environment in public open spaces and other sites in and around Reading. We are part of BTCV's Community Group Network and are supported by Reading Borough Council.

Activities include coppicing, hedge planting, hedge laying, scrub clearance, wild flower planting and sowing, control of non native species, footpath clearance and willow harvesting.

  • Tasks are held on 3rd Saturday of the month from September to April.
  • Meet in the Mapledurham Pavilion car park off Woodcote Road at 9:30am.
  • Wear clothing and footwear suitable of outdoor work. Gloves together with tea and coffee provided.
  • No previous experience is necessary, training will be given and tools supplied.
  • Tasks normally finish by 1:00pm.

Steve Ayers (0118) 947 3294
Or email


Mapledurham Lawn Tennis Club


 Originally formed in 1956,Mapledurham Lawn Tennis Club is a thriving, family oriented tennis club based just off the Woodcote Road in Caversham, Reading and next to the Mapledurham playing fields.
We have four courts and two of those are floodlit so can be used in the evening.

We run Club Nights and they are on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:00PM to 9:00PM. All standards of players are catered for - just come along and join in!

We are also currently running 4 teams in the Winter and 7 Teams in the Summer and we are always looking for new team members.

Coaching is also available and is run by Ash Taylor Tennis. They run regular junior sessions.  Adult individual coaching is is also available on demand. Please contact them directly by going totheir website at

Bridge Club


Escape Toddlers Group