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  • 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…

  • Hill Rise Community Association

    Hill Rise Community Association

    Basingstoke, Hampshire

    Hill Rise Community Association has been open for business since 1979 when local residents decided that the boarded up building at the end of the road could be put to good use. They got together, approached the council to obtain a lease on the building and opened it up as a Community Centre for everyone …

  • Fiskerton cum Morton

    Fiskerton cum Morton

    Southwell, Nottinghamshire

    Welcome to our new website reflecting life in Fiskerton and Morton, two separate villages near to the River Trent in Nottinghamshire England, yet linked within one civil parish.  If you have an upcoming event, photographs of previous events or articles that are of interest to the residents of the v…

  • Brush Bowls Club

    Brush Bowls Club

    Loughborough, Leicestershire

    Welcome to the Brush Bowls Club Website. We are a flat green lawn bowls club established in 1916 and situated at the Nanpantan Road Sports Ground where there is ample free parking for members and visitors. The playing season starts in early April and lasts until the end of September. Throughou…

  • Jane Austen Regency Week

    Jane Austen Regency Week

    Alton, Hampshire

    Welcome to the Jane Austen Regency Week, a 9-day festival held in Alton and Chawton in Hampshire (UK) each year. Tickets are now on sale from the box office at Alton Community Centre +44 (0)1420 85057. The festival dates are Saturday 20th - Sunday 28th June 2020. The 34 events include the…

  • Compton Parish Council

    Compton Parish Council

    Compton, Newbury, Berkshire

    There are several Comptons throughout England. Ours – Compton, Berkshire – is situated within the administrative boundary of West Berkshire District Council. It is high up on the North Wessex Downs within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in a hollow of chalk downland. The village is se…

  • Cranleigh Bowls Club

    Cranleigh Bowls Club

    Cranleigh, Surrey

    Bowls is an exciting and competitive sport at all levels. It is a great pastime just to enjoy, relax and meet new friends from the local community. Our Club is open to new members, both male and female, no matter what your age, experience or standard.  The club is a section of the Cranleigh Vi…

  • Newton Regis, Seckington & No Man's Heath Parish C

    Newton Regis, Seckington & No Man's Heath Parish C

    Newton Regis, Tamworth, Warwickshire

    Our parish comprises three villages: Newton Regis, Seckington and No Man's Heath. These villages are each vibrant communities in their own right, offering a wide range of amenities and organisations to local residents. As a parish, they are treated as one community of people, and resources are expend…

  • Aston Clinton Parish Council

    Aston Clinton Parish Council

    Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

    Welcome to Aston Clinton Parish Council's new website. Throughout this website, you will find useful information about the running of the Parish Council, details of our various committees and Councillors, events in the Park, along with our contact information.  We update the website regularly …

  • 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…