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A local charity that supports Carers throughout North and North East Lincolnshire. Offering services such as: Information / Advocacy Life Long Learning Listening Ear Carer Groups Home Care Service
We are a tenant management organisation. Since 1993 Carey Gardens Co Operative has been responsible for the housing management and maintenance for 403 properties on a mixed tenure Housing Estate situated in Battersea in the London Borough of Wandsworth
This is a test web site due to be launched in April 2017.
Catforth Village Hall is set in the small rural village of Catforth. It is available to hire and a great venue for any type of function.
St Mary's is a 'little gem' of a church, located in the hamlet of Catherston Leweston. The church belonged to the local Manor House, located up a driveway in its grounds. It's ideal for smaller Services - seating up to 30 people. Services use the 1662 Book of Common Prayer: second and fourth Sundays each month at 9.30am.
The CRA is a properly constituted organisation, founded in 2007 and open to all residents of our community. The aims of the CRA are to: "Further the general interests of the residents of the village of Cellardyke and safeguard its identity." "Promote the well-being and future of the village." "Arrange functions or events for promoting a sense of community."
To enhance the quality of life, vitality and safety of the Central Tupsley Community: Improve the community. Environmental issues. Road safety. Anti-social behaviour. Improve park. Advocacy. Raise awareness. Young people. Togetherness. Safety. Preserving heritage. Social activities. Promoting volunteering. Communication. Community garden. Fundraising.
Changes are a user led mental health charity providing a unique recovery service to those in mental distress (includes: feeling low, worry, confusion, anxiety, panic, depression, mood swings, strange ideas or senses playing tricks). We offer Mutual Peer Support Meetings, Wellness Programmes, social activities and a National Open College Network Accredited Coordinators Training Course and volunteering opportunities at our centres
St. Andrews Church is part of the Church of England. The Church is 150 years old. It has a rear lounge with toilet and kitchen. We are a fairly small congregation, and very friendly and welcoming to visitors. Services are held every Sunday at 9.30am. All are Holy Communions, except for a Family Service on the third Sunday each month.
Charndon Parish Council
We are a group of model aero enthusiasts with access to a very well maintained flying site just outside of Church Eaton, Staffordshire. The club is open to anyone who wants to come along and enjoy this excellent hobby. You will find plenty of help and advice from the current membership.
We provide: * Support, advice and representation * A vibrant wide range of social activities including afternoon teas, lunches, card making, gentle exercise classes, film shows, nail painting/manicure to name a few * Regular coach outings, weekend theatre breaks and Annual holiday * NEW for 2013! Community Garden Club Our aim is to create a vibrant local community
Cherry Hinton Village website
Chessington Kid's Club is a voluntary organisation, committed to providing quality out of school care for children aged 4-11 years. We operate from a room within Chessington Children's Centre on the Castle Hill Primary School site.
Chesterfield Ladies FC is a Charter Standard Club that provides football for Women and girls in the Chesterfield and the surrounding area of North East Derbyshire. Established for over 20 years we play our football in the Sheffield & Hallamshire Girls County League and Sheffield & Hallamshire Womens County League.
Chestnut Playgroup is a preschool playgroup based in the heart of Linton (behind the library) for children aged 2 until school age to come and learn through play whilst under the care of our experienced and qualified staff.
This Church of England building is right beside the A35 trunk road in the middle of Chideock. The congregation is friendly and lively. We hold Services every Sunday at 11am. These are all Holy Communion Services, except the first Sunday in the month, which is called a Village Service (it is followed by coffee and cake).
The Children & Young People's Network for Bath & North East Somerset offers information, support and strategic representation for voluntary & community sector organisations offering services for children, young people and families in B&NES. The Network aims to raise the profile of the sector in delivering and sustaining services for children and young people in B&NES.
Chilterns Area Quakers represent a cluster of Meeting Houses, the Quaker equivalent of chapel, church, mosque, synagogue or temple, stretching from Aylesbury down through the Chilterns to Slough. Through our website, we offer information on Quakers in general and a warm welcome to our seven Meeting Houses in particular.
Chipping is a village and civil parish of the borough of Ribble Valley, district of Lancashire, England Bowland-with-Leagram is a civil parish in the Ribble Valley district of Lancashire, England Both are situated within the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Chipping is a village and civil parish of the borough of Ribble Valley, district of Lancashire, England Situated within the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Purley Cross Centre is a community resource offering advice, information, and training.
Site for internal use at Kingston Citizen's Advice Bureau
Citizens Advice Wandsworth Intranet
CAW provides information, advice and support to local people to enable them to manage their affairs and live independent and resilient lives. We also work to improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives.
Clapham Park Group PPG is a group of patients interested in health and healthcare issues, who want to get involved with and support their GP Practice. The PPG also includes members of practice staff. We meet at regular intervals to decide ways of making a positive contribution to the services and facilities offered by the practice to its patients.
Clayton History Group began on 29th October 1996. We meet on the second Tuesday of every month in the village library. . Over the years we have researched various Clayton based topics and have had two books published. "Walking Round Clayton" and "Images of England". Our aim is to learn, inform and support our community.
We are an amateur art group attached to Clayton Parish Church. We meet on Thursday mornings in the Church Hall. 10 am - 12 noon. Our aim is to learn and enjoy art in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere
Founded in the 1920s with the aim of promoting local amateur archaeological interest and learning. It offers a programme of talks, a winter lecture series, a 5-day summer study tour and the dissemination of information
A collective of artists and performers in the Colliers Wood and Tooting areas, committed to bringing art to families through workshops and events in libraries and studios.
Collis Choral Society was founded as a community choir for parents at Collis Primary School and anyone else in the community who enjoys singing. We are an un auditioned mixed voice choir, and aim to bring together people of all ages who share a love of singing a varied range of choral music to a high standard.
The local website for the Parish of Colton in central Staffordshire
A free walking club in Colton, Staffordshire. Monthly walks, a short walking break away and a summer social take place.
Column Allotments Association is a long established community of over 100 gardeners.
Our aim is to help save lives by giving up to date information about the early signs and symptoms of cancer to our friends, family, and in our workplaces. For more information call Bob Hulme Tel: 01724298202 or mob: 07826908595 or e-mail bob.hulme@northlincs.gov.uk
We are working with communities in South London to bridge the digital divide and enable everyone to access the benefits that getting online can bring.
We are the CVS (Council for Voluntary Service) for the London Borough of Bromley. We advise and support local voluntary organisations and community groups. Community Links Bromley is a member of NCVO, NAVCA and Community Matters.
The "Talk to Us" Project supports community-based organisations build their capacity to provide mental health support. It has led to 8 people from community-based organisations being accepted for training as IMCA. In November 2011 it will develop a qualification (NVQ) for improving BME access to mental health services.
community of College and Culver Roads, Reading, UK, The
A community of residents of College and Culver Roads, Reading, United Kingdom
The object of the organisation is for the benefit of the Congolese Community in United Kingdom to develop the capacity and skills,to advance and promote the education of young people and integration and basic skills for adults through the provision of direct educational services and working with others including educational establishments for the benefit of the community.
We work with individuals and organisations to deliver projects enabling people to make positive changes in their lives and in the communities where they live. Our activities cover community projects, enterprise livelihoods and environment sustainability.
Cotterstock is a parish in East Northamptonshire on the banks of the River Nene. Cotterstock has a village hall committee, a parish meeting and a PCC that collectively promote community activities.
CPS Payroll Ltd provides fully managed payroll services to voluntary sector organisations in south London and beyond.
Community councillors are elected members of the community who represent the views of their community in relation to matters for which the local authority is responsible, and take such action in the interests of that community as appears to be expedient and practicable.
Crowdfund Kingston is an informative webpage set up to advise residents of Kingston upon Thames how to effectively use Crowdfunding to fund ideas, causes and movements.
Croydon's first and only dedicated online discussion forum to chat about all things Croydon. Post your messages and engage with other Croydonians. Discussions include regeneration, transport, shopping, and also incldues a free classifies section for sales, jobs, property and more. Sign up now - it's free and fun!
Croydon Neighbourhood Care is a charity working to meet the needs of isolated, vulnerable and frail people within the borough, by supporting local neighbourhood care organisations (our member groups) in bringing services and advice to adults within Croydon.
The purpose of the Forum is to promote and improve the social, economic and environmental well-being of the Crystal Palace and Upper Norwood neighbourhood area. The forum will supporting projects and other activities that are of benefit to the local community.
The Crystal Palace Overground Festival is organised by a group of passionate local people, all giving up their time voluntarily to run an event which showcases all that’s great about the area.
CVA Annual Review mini site 2014 / 15
Darwen Camera Club traces its roots back to 1896 and throughout our long history we have remained informal and friendly, appealing to photography enthusiasts young and old across the local community. Whatever your photographic experience and ambition, if you're looking to improve your photography then Darwen Camera Club's weekly programme will have something to interest you.

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