Axmouth Village Directory & Diary

If you would like details of your group or events to be listed please contact  –
Bec Davey

Axe Vale Canoe Club

The Club has around 120 local members and also runs public courses and Taster sessions for local groups in the Summer. It is based within the Axe Yacht Club at Axmouth Harbour.


Axmouth Parish News with the Ax-mouthpiece

Quarterly Village magazine with a news section from local clubs and organisations (publication in March, June, September& December)

Hilary Harron – 4 Coombe Orchard, Axmouth (01297) 23691 email:

Axmouth Childrens Theatre

Contact: Malcolm Henty (Chairman) for details:

ACT Facebook Community Page

Membership application form is on website.

Meet Tuesday evenings in Axmouth Village Hall 6pm – 7.30pm. Ages 8 – 15

For the latest performance details please click here

Axmouth United Football Club

The Club, which is a member of the Devon & Exeter Football League, has played football in the village since 1923, with a break during the Second World War. The Club’s present ground is situated on the A358 road near Boshill Cross.

For more information see

Axmouth Oil Syndicate

The AOS group operates by arranging for a bulk delivery of oil to Axmouth about 4 times a year. This bulk order saves on work and cost for the oil delivery company and causes less traffic disruption to the village.

Ron Badger, Victoria House, Church Street, Axmouth, EX12 4AF tel no: 01297 624077

Axmouth Parish Church

Church Services are listed in the Parish Magazine. Prayer Meeting in the Church 9.30-10.30am on 2nd Friday in the month – Do come and join in!

Elisabeth Stewart, 7 Glenwater Close, Axmouth (01297) 23828 email:

Help raise funds for the Parish Church with Brackendale Cards

Friends of Axmouth Church

The group was set up in 2011 to raise funds to benefit the fabric of St Michael’s Church, and carries out events throughout the year. Our members also help in the church and churchyard in a practical way.

Nigel Harding (Hon Treasurer) Coome Bank, Chapel St, Axmouth (01297) 624323


Axmouth Village Hall

Axmouth Village Hall is available for hire for club or private events, details are below.

The Village Hall is managed on behalf of the parish Council, by the ‘Axmouth Village Hall Management Committee’ who are responsible for maintaining the fabric of the hall and raising funds for the halls upkeep. The committee are also responsible for the letting of the hall and the management of the car park use.

Management Committee:

Chairperson: Ann Harding 01297 624323

Vice Chairperson: Paul Britton 01297 23408

Secretary: Jenny Holland 07495 025632

Treasurer: Ron Badger 01297 624077

Village Hall Booking enquiries

Janet Stansfield & Karen Gunner via email:

 Axmouth Village Show – click here for more information

The group organises the Village Show which runs each year at the end of July. There are also fundraising events during the year.

Axe Cliff Golf Club

Axe Yacht Club

Boules Club

This is played between April and September – the league is within approx 5 mile radius of Axmouth and there are 30 teams in 3 leagues. It is played on a Tuesday evening and a game lasts a couple of hours. There are a minimum of 6 people per team – both men and women play. The match consists of 3 x doubles matches and 2 x triples (players can play in both doubles and triples). All games are first to 9 points. There are 3 teams at The Harbour and one at The Ship in Axmouth. If anyone would like to play, there may be opportunities in one of the teams.
Peter Butler – (01297) 551447 e mail

Community Wooodland Orchard

The Community Wooodland Orchard is a field at Combe Farm (entrance on Higher Lane) which is being planted with native and traditional plants to produce a great variety of fruits, nuts, vegetables and herbs as a community resource. The working party sessions are now twice a month from 10.00am – 12.30pm. The sessions include activities such as planting, raking, cutting, pruning, scything, harvesting and working on craft projects. This will be followed by a shared seasonal lunch at the farmhouse (often using ingredients harvested from the orchard) and an informal discussion about the Orchard. No gardening skills or tools are necessary (but these are very welcome) – Come & join us for as long as you can for any of the above!

For more details contact Christina Bows – Combe Farm, Axmouth (01297) 23822 or email Sarah on to be added to the Orchard email contacts list to get regular updates.

The Spiral Sanctuary

A peaceful space at Combe Farm which houses a library and offers a varied programme of events throughout the year. It is a non-denominational organisation created to encourage and promote healing on all levels. Activities include craft, discussion, drumming, singing, dancing,films, meditation & healing. Combe Farm also hosts two annual seasonal celebrations; May Day & Apple Harvest. The Spiral Jottings Newsletter is published three time a year and includes details of forth coming events. Christina Bows.

Christina Bows – Combe Farm, Axmouth (01297) 23822 Email: