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Disability Network Hounslow strives to relieve the experience of disability and exists to create an inclusive environment for all disabled people
To aim of DAG is to support and help people with or without disabilities from the Horn of Africa community who are living in Birmingham to improve their quality of lives by empowering and developing their background skills, education through training and advice.
Doddington West Residents Association
Doddington West Residents Association is open to both Leaseholders and Tenants living in blocks covered by Doddington West on the Doddington Estate, BATTERSEA, London, SW11. All Committee members are volunteers aiming to bring the community together. With links to Wandsworth Council and Safer Neighbourhood Teams we aim to make Doddington West a safe, clean and friendly place to live.
We are the parish church based in the community of Drylaw, Edinburgh. We have services on Sundays at 6pm. Our church halls are used by numerous church & community groups throughout the week.
Information about the churches and activities in the Dudley & Netherton Methodist Circuit
Dumfries Pipe Band is a not for profit community Pipe Band with around 30 members. We play at community events and teach young people pipes and drums. We cater for beginners through to experienced players. Our aim is to promote self confidence and pride in our local town.
Duntisbourne Abbots Village Hall is a Registered Charity (Number 301522) run and maintained by Trustees to provide a community facility for the benefit of the inhabitants of Duntisbourne Abbots and the immediate neighbourhood.
‘theduntisbournes’ website provides the means to communicate important and useful information to members of the local community as well promoting good governance by ensuring openness and transparency with respect to the actions of those charged with acting on behalf of the community - specifically The Duntisbournes’ Parish Council and Trustees of the Duntisbourne Abbots Village Hall.
A not-for-profit group promoting traditional and modern rug making - hooky, proddy, braiding, locker-hook, punch hook, peg loom etc. We also promote other fibre crafts such as spinning, felting, dyeing, weaving, and knitting, meeting at Clayport Library, Durham on Mondays and Bowburn Community Centre on Wednesdays. We exhibit and demonstrate at public events, schools and community venues on invitation.
We are a group of parents, teachers and dyslexia professionals based in Ealing, West London. Our aims are to raise awareness of dyslexia and provide practical help for dyslexic children and their parents and teachers. We also support adults who are dyslexic.
East Durham Trust is a Registered Charity with an expressed purpose to promote the regeneration of rural and urban areas of the effects of social and economic decline. The Trust is the flagship Voluntary and Community Sector organisation for the area and provides a wide variety of support to local Community groups.
We are a group of schools and community organisations across East Merton who have got together to run "learning together" projects for children and their families. Our motto is "learning together, achieving success." We run a number of projects for children, courses for parents, family together activities and activities to support staff development and well being.
We are a page to provide information to enthusiasts within the East Midlands about fleet news and service changes.
We want to make East Twickenham a great place to live. Local residents, traders and community groups are working together to build a sense of community and to encourage people to get involved in what happens in their area.
Edinburgh Midmar Allotments. Founded 1917.
Serving the Civic Parish of Elford in, Staffordshire
Ellerton & Aughton are two small villages in the East Riding of Yorkshire. They have a very close knit community, sharing church and village hall facilities along with the Boot & Shoe Inn in Ellerton! Many volunteers organise events for the villages, such as fetes, craft clubs, parent & toddler groups, bingo & whist drives and charity fundraisers.
The Association managing the Elm Road Allotments site in New Malden. Plot lettings Lyn Edwards
Elms Community, Barnes, The
The Elms is a small private estate of 15 properties in Barnes, South West London. This community is to promote communication and collaboration amongst the residents. Whether it is organising community events or making collective decisions or just having a chat. This community will be private and only available to residents.
Parish Council for Elsham
Group set up to help support people dealing with friends and family suffering with substance missuses problems.
The Friends of Emsworth Waysides is a community conservation group set up to conserve the wildlife of roadside verges and small areas in Emsworth. The group has two broad aims: 1) to foster biodiversity by creating a network of wildlife corridors of wild flowers and grasses. 2) to promote interest among residents in the wildlife of their immediate environment.
EngAGE was established in 2009 by a partnership of prominent local organisations; Age UK North Staffordshire, Approach, North Staffs Pensioners' Convention and Saltbox. EngAGE makes it easier for people over 50 to give views on services in Stoke-on-Trent and to influence how services should be provided in the future by holding Fifty+ Forums several times a year with guest speakers.
We aim to bring about a transformation in the way groups and individuals relate to one another within our community. We will support individuals and groups by encouraging independence and self governance in order to reduce and eliminate discrimination and promote equality, opportunity and good relations.
Euphonix is a community choir with a difference in Kingston, open to any adult of any age who would like to sing contemporary and popular songs, folk and world music. We offer an inclusive, affordable experience of the benefits of singing with others: companionship, developing musicality and pure enjoyment.
The Evelyn 190 project is a well-established community based Advice Centre, providing specialist services to the residents of Lewisham Borough. The Centre has developed a reputation for delivering high quality advice and advocacy on behalf of residents, in the areas of Housing, Welfare Rights, Employment and Debt Advice.
My tuition work has been established now for many years and (with the help of my wife - another qualified teacher) the teaching is available at all levels from Key Stage 2 to GCSE. I also offer a complete Key Skills ICT course at Level 2 and I am hoping to offer a distance learning option with virtual classroom soon.
We are a 'not for profit' company run by parents of children with ASD. Our aim is to provide a socially inclusive environment where young people with ASD and their families feel welcomed and secure within the local community.
eYouth provides Online Support, Advice and Awarness to Children, Young People and Families across London
Brings together community minded members of all major faith groups.
Falcon Road Festival is a project of BigLocalSW11. It is a not-for-profit annual celebration of residents and businesses centred on Falcon Road, Battersea.
Far Runners are a recreational running group in Faringdon, Oxfordshire
We are a not-for-profit advice, support and lobbying organisation for private residential leaseholders, tenants' and residents' associations, and residential management companies. We are the national voice of residents' associations and are frequently consulted by government. Our advisory services are free to members, who pay an annual subscription fee
Based in Felixstowe, Suffolk, we are a children's choir meeting weekly. There are no auditions or fees making it accessible to all. The ethics of the choir are to encourage children to enjoy singing whilst learning to sing in harmony and produce high quality performances both alone and with other local choirs and orchestras.
Finchale Abbey Village
A small community of Park Homes set in a beautiful location in the north east of England. The village is predominantly for retired and semi-retired residents. This site is to enable the community to share information about events and other items of common interest.
St John the Baptist, Fishpond is located in a commanding position, overlooking the beautiful Marshwood Vale, in the hamlet of Fishpond Bottom. It is a quiet, peaceful place - the building is like a small Methodist Chapel. Services are held at 9.30am on 1st, 2nd & 3rd Sundays each month.
THIS IS A NON-PROFITABLE VOLENTERY ORGANISATION HOPING TO BE A CHARITY BY NEXT YEAR LATCH KEY The service that we provide is a latch key in where the parents bring thier children to the project we then take the children to school and pick them up from school. HOILDAY PLAY SCHEME If parents are working they drop of their children ...
A community website for people in Frankley, Birmingham
If you haven't heard yet, this is a wonderful organisation called Freegive. Freegive Group connects people who are giving and getting unwanted items for free in their own towns. It's completely free to join. Freegive groups are active throughout the United Kingdom.
Community website
Opposing the demolition of the Friary Park estate, Acton W3
A friends group for King's Field park in Hampton Wick, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
The Friends are a group of volunteers helping South Gloucestershire Council manage the Avon Valley Woodlands. This is a Local Nature Reserve in Hanham on the banks of the River Avon comprising Conham River Park, Avon Valley Park, Hencliff Woods and Bickley Woods.
The Friends of Barnes Common (FoBC) offers over 100 acres (50 Ha) of valuable Metropolitan Open Land. FoBC organises volunteer work on the Common, campaigns on issues which affect it and seeks to enhance the biodiversity and amenity value for everyone's benefit. None of this just happens — we need your help!
The Friends of Beveree is forming to protect the Beveree wildlife site in Hampton, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
A group of people local to the park who wish to participate in the protection and improvement of the park. We bring our children to play and enjoy the open space. We walk our dogs, and we meet our friends.
A Friends group that cares for the welfare of Davidson's Mains Park in Edinburgh, providing contact with other local community groups and liaison with the City of Edinburgh Council.
The Friends of Dorridge Station (FoDS) was set up via the Dorridge & District Residents Association (DDRA) in Summer 2011 to improve the ambience and quality of passenger facilities taking account of the station’s location within the Dorridge Conservation Area.
Friends of Grimsargh Green (FOGG) are a small group of volunteers, formed in 2005 following the publication of the Grimsargh Parish Plan. Our aims are to improve Grimsargh Village Green to make it accessible for all and to upgrade the Children's Play area to modern standards. Our work is carried out in conjunction with Preston City Council.
The Friends of Hatherop Park, Hampton, work with Richmond upon Thames Council and local people to suggest and make improvements to children's play area, sport pitches and nature conservation area and act as a consultee.

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