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  • Wells, Somerset

    The Wells Community Shed (WCS) in the grounds of the Heads Up Mental Health and Well Being Charity in Upper Breach, South Horrington, Wells, was only made possible by a kind donation and support from the Masonic Charitable Foundation to provide an outlet beneficial to the Wells Community a…

  • Caythorpe Parish Council

    Caythorpe Parish Council

    Caythorpe, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

    If you’ve never been to a parish council meeting before, you may be forgiven for thinking that parish councillors are a group of elderly people who meet now and then for a chinwag in a draughty village hall. If we forget to put the heating on, Caythorpe War Memorial hall can be a touch chilly, and…

  • Aston Clinton Bowls Club

    Aston Clinton Bowls Club

    Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

    The aim of Aston Clinton Bowls Club is to promote and foster the game of Flat Green Bowls and provide facilities for the social needs of its members. Full membership is open to men and women over 18 years, Junior members between 14 and 18 years and Social members who enjoy the non-playing faci…

  • Twyford Bowls Club, Hampshire

    Twyford Bowls Club, Hampshire

    Twyford, Winchester, Hampshire

    Twyford Bowls Club (Hampshire) is situated in the historic village of Twyford. We welcome players of all experience, ages and gender. The club has regular friendly fixtures throughout the summer both at weekends and week-day afternoons. We are small friendly club situated in the historic village of Twyf…

  • Wellington Bowling Club

    Wellington Bowling Club

    Wellington, Somerset

    BOWLS ENGLAND REGIONAL CLUB OF THE YEAR 2016 Lawn bowls can claim to be the oldest sport still being played in the UK. The first set of rules to be published was in 1670 by none other than King Charles II. This is some 70 years before rules for golf or cricket were first published. Several clubs claim t…

  • AWRE Bowls Club

    AWRE Bowls Club

    Tadley, Berkshire

    About the AWRE Bowls Club The Bowling Club was founded in 1956, and the existing Bowling Green was officially opened on April 23rd 1960. The first match played on the green was against the County Presidents team, which ended in victory to the County by 72 shots to 55. Membership In order to become a m…

  • St Austell Bay - Have Your Say!

    St Austell Bay - Have Your Say!

    St Austell, Cornwall

    St Austell Bay ...... have your say Baya Sen Austel ...... gwrewgh leva   A Neighbourhood Development Plan is a community-led planning framework which contains the vision, aims planning policies and proposals for St Austell Bay Parish.  The Plan is being developed by residents…

  • St Juliot Parish Council

    St Juliot Parish Council

    Camelford, Cornwall

    St Juliot is a rural parish adjacent to the North Cornwall coast taking in a swathe of beautiful countryside protected by AONB status and some smaller but thriving communities.  The communities of Beeny, Marshgate, Otterham Station, Pennycrocker and Tresparrett all fall wholly or partly within the p…

  • Mill Bowling Club

    Mill Bowling Club

    Ruislip, Greater London

    Welcome to Mill Bowling Club, situated within the historic Manor Farm site in Ruislip, Middlesex. We are a Lawn Bowls club, bowling every week day evening - from 5.00pm till sundown - and in the afternoon at the weekend. The green is open from the end of April to the end of September. If you are a…

  • Harby Parish Council

    Harby Parish Council

    Harby, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    Harby is an attractive rural village in Nottinghamshire, bordering Lincolnshire. There are around 300 people living in our vibrant community. It is friendly and welcoming, with a number of facilities, groups and amenities for residents and visitors to enjoy. For more information please view our…