Since 1961 the Fleet and Church Crookham Society has concerned itself with the provision, maintenance and enhancement of the overall environment and quality of life of all residents in the two towns. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in the wellbeing of Fleet and Church Crookham.


The Society’s aims are to:

What we do

The Society is very much involved with planning matters, the revitalisation of Fleet town centre, monitoring provision of services such as education, public transport, parking and healthcare, and following the activities of the town and parish councils, Hart District Council and Hampshire County Council. These latter tasks are very necessary, since the effective operation of local government is vital to almost every aspect of life in the two towns.

The Society attends town, parish and district council committee meetings, monitors planning and leisure proposals, and comments or discusses concerns with elected councillors. Public meetings are attended where important local issues are discussed; the Society has a representative on the Farnborough Aerodrome Consultative Committee. We liaise with like-minded organisations in matters of mutual concern. All of these activities are undertaken with the needs of local residents in mind.

We are members of Civic Voice, the national charity for the civic movement that aims to make places more attractive, enjoyable and distinctive and to promote civic pride.

Membership benefits

Membership costs £5 a year per household if paid by standing order. As a member of the Society you can ensure your voice is heard in the preparation of proposals affecting your local environment. Members benefit from two comprehensive newsletters per year, keeping you up to date with what is happening in Fleet and Church Crookham. The Society has an

informative website that is updated regularly. The members’ area of the website provides access to current planning applications, appeals and the Society’s current newsletter.

The FCCS committee has many years experience of local authority procedure. Members have access to this knowledge and experience, together with support and advice on local amenity and planning matters.

To find out more, please visit our website