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  • Friends of Alton Station

    Friends of Alton Station

    Alton, Hampshire

    Welcome Friends of Alton Station was established to lobby and work in partnership to oversee improvements and conservation of Alton Station (in Hampshire, UK) and its environs. Our main project is saving the historic 1892 LSWR timber footbridge. The story of the footbridge project starts in 2013 w…

  • St Thomas Bowling Club

    St Thomas Bowling Club

    Exeter, Devon

      St Thomas Bowling Club was formed in 1921 with very appropriately named club president Rev F. Chalk and captain Mr F. Wood. Originally the Club was a private one, leased from Mr Parkin of the Cowick Barton Estate. The lease and assets were taken over by the Exeter City Council in 1939. Initially …

  • Collingham and District Gardening Association

    Collingham and District Gardening Association

    Collingham, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    Application for membership may be made by any resident of Collingham and District. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday in the month from September (AGM) to July, with speakers and demonstrations on all aspects of gardening and related topics.   Meetings mainly take place in the Mayfield Room at…

  • Hurstbourne Tarrant Parish Council

    Hurstbourne Tarrant Parish Council

    Hurstbourne Tarrant, Andover, Hampshire

    The parish of Hurstbourne Tarrant is located in the Bourne Valley in North Hampshire. It lies in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty that makes up part of the North Wessex Downs. There are three centres of population made up of the village of Hurstbourne Tarrant, the hamlet of Ibthorpe and ap…

  • Howard Park Bowls Club

    Howard Park Bowls Club

    Basingstoke, Hampshire

    Our Club was founded in 1969 and during the 50 years since becoming established we have always endeavoured to promote a friendly atmosphere whilst offering the opportunity for both competitive and social bowls. WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS This is an opportunity to enjoy some healthy…

  • Tarrant Keyneston SMBC

    Tarrant Keyneston SMBC

    Tarrant Keyneston, Blandford Forum, Dorset

    TARRANT KEYNESTON SHORT MAT BOWLS CLUB We are a very friendly club, and we welcome new members whether you are experienced or complete beginners. Club nights are on Thursdays at 7pm. These run throughout the year, but you may wish to phone before visiting as sometimes the hall is unavailable …

  • East Tytherley Village

    East Tytherley, Salisbury, Hampshire

    Welcome to the East Tytherley Village website. Overview The village of East Tytherley is spread out along the rural road between Lockerley and West Tytherley, without any discernable village centre. It is one of the 59 parishes in Test Valley with an area of 1,061 hectares which represents 1.7% of…

  • West Tytherley-Frenchmoor-Buckholt Parish Council

    West Tytherley, Salisbury, Hampshire

    Welcome to the West Tytherley, Frenchmoor, and Buckholt Parish Council website. Within this website you can find contact details for the Parish Councillors and Parish Clerk, dates of all the Parish Council meetings, plus Agendas and Minutes for meetings already held.  The Parish Council presides o…

  • Milton Park Ladies Bowls Club

    Milton Park Ladies Bowls Club

    Southsea, Hampshire

    At a meeting on 20th February 1923 local residents agreed to form bowling club. While waiting for the green to be laid at Milton Park the club`s 60 members played on greens at Canoe Lake and Alexandra Park. On 11th July 1923 the Milton Park green was formally opened and by 1925 the me…

  • Longstock Parish Council

    Longstock, Stockbridge, Hampshire

    Longstock is in the county of Hampshire in Southern England. It is about 64 miles south west of London and 20 miles north of Southampton sitting midway between the cities of Winchester and Salisbury. The village runs from the upper part of Houghton Road, just across the bridge from Stockbridge, for about…