Kingsclere Parish Council
Kingsclere benefits from a long established friendly village culture and many local organisations and volunteer groups.
The village has a selection of local shops and businesses, healthcare services, a primary school and varied outdoor facilities. It also has an extensive network of green lanes and paths, glades and the Kingsclere stream. Treasured areas known by the villagers, such as 'the rec.', 'the ducks' and 'shepherds steps' are usually overlooked by the casual visitor, but add greatly to village life.
There are three Christian churches, Kingsclere Methodist Church, Saint Mary's Anglican Church, and Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church.
Local facilities include the village club, the Holding field and the Fieldgate Centre which lies on the outskirts of the village and adjoins the rugby and football grounds. The centre was built in 1996 at a cost of £1.6 million
The parish council meets in the village club monthly, except for August and December.
Kingsclere is a conservation area and has a village plan.