Overton Recreation Centre


How can I help the ORC / How can the ORC help me?

By joining the ORC you can safeguard vital green space that shapes the community, you can use the facilities (though hall hire is open to non members) and be part of the bumper monthly prize draw(£1,000 top prize. Total monthly prize money over £2,000

Book our excellent halls and outside facilities for club related activities, children's parties.
Reasonable value.
The 5 Star membership Scheme:
Supporting 30 acres of green open spaces and excellent facilities locally

5 numbers in the monthly membership draw - win £1000

The Benefits

- All 5 star membership confer 5 numbers in the monthly Draw.
- Support the future of Sport and Recreation clubs in Overton.
- Maintain and make future improvements for our community.
- Making future improvements for activities in our community for all ages especially the young people of the village.

Monthly Total Prizes in excess of £2000
Top Monthly Prize £1000

To enjoy the activities and benefits listed below, you must have club membership.
An Adult 5 star member who is also a sports club member receives a £50.00 reduction from the annual levy of one club.
You may nominate a club to benefit from a reduction in levy if you do not belong to one.
You may join the Golf Section for all year round golf for only an additional £45.00pa
ORC encourages Juniors (U18`s)

A Junior (U18 yrs) Membership must be taken out on their behalf by an adult.
Junior 5 star members receive a £50.00 reduction of the ORC levy for a club of their choice, e.g. Junior Football, Cricket, Tennis or Cubs etc.
You may join the Golf Section for £20.00pa.!!!
All 5 star memberships are paid by standing order at £10.00 per month
You may choose to join the ORC basic membership scheme conferring 1 number in the monthly draw, for £24 a year, or purchase units of £24

Get your membership form: Click here

Ken Hogan Sports Pavilion

Berrydown Sports Ground ( Original football pitch and extension)

for Overton Senior and Youth Cricket Clubs, Overton Youth and Overton United Football Clubs, Overton Harriers and other similar sports groups.

The Ken Hogan sports complex had its official opening on 19th January 2013.

Bridge Street

A comprehensive recreation ground used for football, cricket, tennis and the Harriers Athletics Club The art group, exercise classes and many more use the pavilion.
 The tennis courts have floodlight facilities. Special hire rates may be available for 0RC members.

Town Meadow

Located at the end of the High Street, there is a picturesque nine-hole golf course and a rest room for the ORC Golf Section. The Scout and Guide movements use the building as their HQ.