Toy Library

The Rickmansworth Toy Library was set up in November 1996 by the WRVS and became an independant charity in March 2003. Originally situtated at the WRVS in Berry Lane, Mill End the library moved in September 2008 to Mill End Community Centre.

The Library provides a toy lending service for children from birth to eight years old. As a charity it is entirely run by volunteers. Grants and donations provide the finance to buy new toys and retail quality items.

Range of Toys: The toy library has an excellent selection of top quality toys with something to please everyone. New toys are bought regularly to ensure the latest trends are represented. Alongside the general assortment of toys, we have a number of large toys in order that people can hire them out for special occasions, such as parties. There is also a section of toys especially for children with special needs.

Relax: Relax and chat with other parents whilst your child tries out the toys.

Value: The toy library offers exceptional value for money. We offer an annual family membership – so you don’t have to worry about the number of children you might have – for only £5.00. you will need to show two forms of identification to join. This entitles you to borrow toys for a fortnight. Prices vary from 30p for smaller toys to £4.00 for larger toys. This means you can now give your child a constantly changing selection of toys.

The toy library is open every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month.

For further information please visit

Breakfast Club

Open every weekday from 7:45 am.

Breakfast consists of a choice of cereals, toast, fresh fruit and fruit juices.

Drop off to school – infants delivered to classroom.


  • Art and Craft.
  • Nintendo Wii.
  • Hand held consoles.
  • Pool
  • Ball games.
  • Hoops, Skipping Ropes etc.
  • Fun with friends before school.
  • Time to catch up on homework.

For more information please visit


Per child

More than one child from same family

From 7:30am to start of school day


£5.41 per child

The charge includes a nourishing breakfast of cereals, toast, fresh fruit and fruit juice.

Debby Tindall
01923 773 938
07958 666 621

Run by The AfterSchool Club Ltd Ofsted Registered – Reliability and Quality Assured

All staff police checked and suitably qualified

Afterschool Club

For children aged 4-12 years!

Open 3.00pm – 6.30pm every school day.

The AfterSchool Club is situated at the Community Centre on Church Lane.  It is a multi-purpose building.  We have our own entrance and the facilities include a large hall, kitchen, toilets, large paved outside area and an enclosed “field”.


  • A large hall – one end is used for arts and crafts and the rest is set out with all our large equipment.
  • Nintendo, Playstation, a youth club sized pool table, a youth club size snooker table, table football, dressing up clothes, little peoples corner,  play tent, bricks, construction toys… the list is endless.
  • We have a prepared daily art project available for any children that feel creative.  We always have paints, colouring, drawing and beads available to use.
  • We have a great outside paved area for bikes and scooters and playing out when the field is too wet.
  • Our own “field” which is completely enclosed and safe for the children to play football and any outside games.
  • We also collect and deliver children to after-school activities.

For more information, pricing and other details please visit

Or Contact:

Debby Tindall

01923 773 938

07958 666 621

Run by The AfterSchool Club Ltd Ofsted Registered – Reliability and Quality Assured

All staff police checked and suitably qualified


Contact Us

Centre Administrator: Susan Gambula

Tel: 01923 493344  (9.30 am-12 noon Monday to Friday)


Members Only Bar & Social Club Steward:

Julian Lyons  01923 494477 (from 2pm only)  See details of the Bar and Social Club on their page


Old School Building

Church Lane
Mill End

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Side View of Mill End Community Centre

Today most people define greatness in terms of power, possessions, prestige and position. Servanthood is not a popular concept. Is it any wonder recognition is given by way of an OBE and MBE to those who have given longstanding, selfless contributions to our society? But what do we say or give to a building which has served its community for several years in many capacities.


Mill End Community Centre is just such a building. Build around 1915 it has served the community for more than 85 years as, among other things an Infant and Junior School. Today, this handsome, redbrick building stands proudly at the corner of Berry and Church Lane, Mill End. Many years after attending school at the centre, residents of Mill End and the surrounding areas still hold fond memories of school days there. The Centre continues to serve the community till this day.

Were you a student at Mill End Infant or Junior School at the Community Centre? Were you involved in some capacity with the centre in the past? Then kindly drop us a line or picture with your story at 01923 493 344. Alternatively, pop in to see us between 9am to 12pm, Monday to Thursdays.

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