St Stephen’s Church in Moulton has it’s main service on Sunday morning at 10am. All services are family friendly and there is a children’s area at the rear of the church for activities. There is a quieter Eucharist service on every second Sunday of the month at 18:30. Messy Church is at 16:00 on the second Friday of the month and Little Gems is at 13:30 every Wednesday. Their website is at

There are two WI branches in Moulton – the Moulton WI and the Bostock and District WI.

The Lion on Main Road is a CAMRA award-winning pub and is in the Good Beer Guide. It serves a wide selection of real ale, cider, speciality small batch gins, toasties, snacks and pizzas. It has a darts board, pool table and shows Live Sports in the pub and in the beer garden. It has weekly events such as the Thursday quiz night and the Video Jukebox on Saturday evenings. Their Facebook presence is here.

The Travellers Rest is the pub in the centre of the village and has a wide selection of drinks. They show Live Sports with regular live music acts and occasional events. Saturday evenings are disco and karaoke from 20:00. Their Facebook presence is here.

The Moulton RBL Social Club on Main Road is a friendly community club with a bowling green and a large function room which is available for hire. They host regular events and live music acts, and an excellent selection of drinks. Their Facebook presence is here.

Lastly, the Verdin Working Mens Club on Church Street is a fully-licensed members club featuring a function room (available for hire), two full-sized snooker tables, a 50″ screen and various games machines. They run regular events, including live music and bingo. Their Facebook presence is here and their website is at

The Crows Nest Cafe is run out of the Church Hall (aka Moulton Village Hall) on Main Road and is open from 09:00 to 14:00 every weekday (except Thursday) and 09:00 to 15:00 at weekends. A variety of hot drinks and food are served throughout the day. Please see their Facebook presence here.

Moulton is home to the Moulton Adventure Group; this is a non-profit making, voluntary, uniformed youth organisation based in School Lane, Moulton. The group caters for both sexes within the age range of 8-18 year olds in three sections and there is capacity for 24 people per section. Their website is at

The Moulton Adventure Group Eagles (8-11) meets on Thursday evenings from 19:00 to 20:30. It has a focus on smartness, punctuality, public service, agility, self-awareness and adventure. The Eagles activities includes a variety of merit awards (first aid, safety, etc) and games.

The Moulton Adventure Group Adventure Unit is for kids between 12-14 and they meet on Monday evenings (19:30 to 21:15); there is a stonger emphasis on undertaking more adventurous activities, such as climbing, abseiling, canoeing, walking, swimming, orienteering, debating, quiz nights, music, drama, board games and physical training. Trips out include ice skating, go-karting and bowling. The Moulton Aventure Group DoE Award Section is for teenagers between 14-18. The main aim is to provide the facilities and motivation for young people to progress through the nationally recognised Duke of Edinburgh Award. In between working towards their DofE, the young people will join in with the activities offered to the Adventure Unit.

Moulton has a unit of Girl Guiding. Rainbows (5-7) has an exciting programme to develop self-confidence, build friendship and have fun. Brownies (7-10) meets in the village and the group is run by Rachel Thomas. Guides (10-14) has a varied and extensive programme to inspire challenge girls. Their website is at

Moulton is home to the 1st Moulton Scout Group Beavers, Cubs and Scouts and full information is available at which contains details of 1st Moulton. Beavers (6-8) meets on Tuesdays (18:00-19:00), Cubs (8-10½) and Scouts (10½-14) both meet on Wednesdays.

The Moulton Events Committee organises events of for the community of Moulton and beyond. The most famous event is the Annual Crow Fair on the second Saturday of July, but the group is also responsible for Pounds The Bounds, CrowFest and the Christmas Fair. Their Facebook presence is here.

The current chair of Moulton Parish Council (Cllr Angela Capstick) organises Litter Picking (aka The Moulton Wombles); this is the second Sunday of every month from March to October and equipment is provided. The group meet at the Cenotaph at 10:00.

The Moulton Runners is a running club for local people who like to run on a regular basis. Regular events are held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and at the weekends for 5K, 10K and beyond. Their Facebook Presence is here.

The Moulton Crows are a troupe staged in history; they are a staple of the annual Crow Fair and help arrange a handful of events throughout the year. For the full schedule check out their Facebook presence here.

The Cheshire West and Chester Mobile Library service visits Moulton on a three-weekly basis and their schedule can be found here.

The MAD Gardeners were formed by Cllr Jo Kershaw and Hilliary Belshaw in October 2017 and the gardening group is for members in Moulton and Davenham to swap plants, cuttings, share knowledge and tips. They meet on a monthly basis. For the full schedule, look at their Facebook presence here. The parish council has a presence on the Environmental Working Group, a community organisation to address green issues around the village and has a Facebook presence here.