​​​​​Grange Moor Community Association

Grange Moor Matters


Grange Moor Community Association was formed in 2013 by a small number of like-minded residents who felt the need to establish a group to provide social and cultural activities for the people who call Grange Moor “Home”

The Association started with no funds and it became quickly obvious that fund raising would be a major priority to fund projects and activities that we wished to take on

The Grange Moor Community Association aims to promote and develop a community spirit across all residents and businesses of Grange Moor

The Community Association is a “not for profit” organisation and all money raised is used to fund projects for the benefit of everyone living and working in Grange Moor

Over the years we have developed our activities and objectives

We produce a quarterly newsletter which is distributed to around 450 homes in the village by our fabulous volunteer team, with a similar number being distributed through other local organisations and local business

We also provide a monthly update on village news and activities via an e-mail to residents interested to learn about our activities and other issues affecting our village, and also occasionally send out other items of interest or information to our residents

We have our own Face Book page, not to be confused with the Grange Moor Community page, on which we post information about our activities and other items of interest to residents 

We have established a number of regular activities aimed at bringing people together and enjoying time with other each, and these have evolved over the years, and are now fully restored after the Covid Pandemic forced us to cease all activity for a period of time  

Coffee @ The Pavilion 

On the third Wednesday of the month in The Bowling Club Pavilion

For coffee, conversation and company with an invited guest each month to share their work/hobby/interest with us   


Offering Lunch Club Members a meal shared with other residents at one of our great local pubs / restaurants and which now includes a Resident’s Christmas Lunch each year 


    The Community Fish & Chip deliveries started in June 2020 and were originally intended only as a one off at the time 

The Community Association has secured funding for the Lunch Club Project (which includes both the Residents Lunch Club and the Community Fish & Chip deliveries) which allow us to offer the Fish & Chip deliveries free of charge and is available to all residents of the village without any criteria or eligibility

We also encourage residents to nominate other residents who they feel might appreciate the delivery of a hot meal

We have a great team of volunteers who make the deliveries to resident homes, and we are 

Also grateful to George & Kayla at Grange Moor Fisheries who make this happen in a mad hour on delivery day, thanks to these two wonderful people 

At the end of 2023 we had delivered 1,623 meals in 611 home visits 

For information about when a delivery will take place and how to make a nomination or a request visit our Notice Board (on Briestfield Road), check our Newsletter (which is delivered to just about every house in the village 4 times a year) or sign up for our monthly updates (if you have not already done so)  

Family Race Day Event 

A great family fun day, usually in the autumn and which helps us raise funds to support our activities 


Fund raising is an important aspect of our work, as the money raised is used to fund projects which will improve and enhance village life and amenities, and with support from you the residents of Grange Moor, this is important in allowing us to realise our income each year 

We welcome suggestions from residents for activities or events that you think would be a useful addition to our offering 

Working with our local Councillors we have also been able to tackle issues with the Local Authority which have affected our lives in Grange Moor

The Community Association Meetings have usually been on the first Tuesday of each month in The Bowling Club Pavilion at 7.30 pm between October and March moving to the first Monday in the month for the Bowling Club Season between April and September, please check these dates and times as they may vary

The Community Association is open to anyone living or working in the village. 

New members welcome, we would really like to see a wider range of residents working with us to maintain our work, which is for the benefit of everyone living and working here