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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.
An independent forum for people who value Landport Bottom - an area of Council owned chalk downland and woods near Lewes in Sussex, including part of the site of the Battle of Lewes (1264).
We are a voluntary community group - our aim is to protect and enhance Murray Park as a community resource available for all to enjoy. Murray Park, Whitton, is in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames with its main entrance in Kneller Road, and it borders the London Borough of Hounslow along Whitton Dene.
We are the Friends of Northcote Nature Reserve, a community group seeking to protect and enhance this site in Isleworth in the London Borough of Hounslow for wildlife and people.
The website of the Friends of North Sheen Recreation Grounds, Kew in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Friends of Oak Avenue Local Nature Reserve (LNR) is a new group set up to protect and improve Oak Avenue LNR in Hampton in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames
The Friends of Osterley Park is a support group for the National Trust property Osterley Park and House near Isleworth. The Friends raise funds for the property and run a number of activities to increase awareness of other historic buildings, particularly those with links to Robert Adam the architect who "modernised" the house in the 18th century.
Our aims are: *for the public benefit to provide or assist in the provision of restoration work and improvements to Radnor Gardens. *to provide or assist in the provision of recreational and other leisure-time occupations in Radnor Gardens for the inhabitants of Twickenham with the objects of improving their conditions of life.
Rawcliffe Meadows Nature Park, established in 1991, covers 25 acres of the Clifton floodplain on the northern outskirts of York. The park is owned by the Environment Agency and leased to Sustrans the cycle track operator. The site is managed by Friends of Rawcliffe Meadows, a voluntary group belonging to the York Natural Environment Trust. As well as providing access ...
The Friends have four main aims, namely to protect the Heritage of the Park and to preserve its Natural Character, to promote an awareness of the Park’s Treasures to the public, and encourage Community Use. It also wishes to protect the Park’s environment, by replacing dead and fallen trees; and to encourage the wildlife and protect their habitat.
The Friends of Richmond Green
A local group working to conserve and develop a community orchard in South Teddington.
We are the local Friends organisation for Sheen Common in East Sheen.
FoSPA were established in 1950 in response to suggestions that part the Park might be made available for building on. We have a conservation team that performs tasks every fortnight and we have a diary of events including guided walks which are free to the general public. We are all unpaid volunteers that do it because we love the Park.
We are a Rail User Group, formally constituted in 1998, to promote and seek improvements to the services and infrastructure on the railway linking Barton-on-Humber and Cleethorpes.
We are a small group who work with Northern Rail, local & parish councils and the business community to promote the Sheffield Midland - Lincoln & iconic Sheffield Midland - Cleethorpes Via Brigg railway lines
A community group working to improve The Glen, a Honiton public open space owned by East Devon District Council. The Lower Glen was given to the former Borough of Honiton to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V and the Higher Glen is an almost forgotten Victorian water garden quite recently acquired by the district council.
Our Charity operates for the benefit of the public, and together with other interested parties, we aim to protect and enhance the environment of the River Crane and to advance the education in the ecology, conservation and improvement of the environment of the River Crane.
Environmental group interested in protecting and preserving a litter free, graffiti free, welcoming and safe environment in the village and surrounding woodlands of Thringstone village. Also interested in protecting and promoting our village history.
Friends of Wandsworth Park is a group of volunteers that look after Wandsworth Park, in Putney, SW15 London. Our role is to raise funds, lobby the Council and other governmental agencies for funds, and communicate events in the Park to the local community.
Futuremoves Advocacy, Research and Training provides quality services and also consultancy to a variety of different services including Commissioners, Local Authorities. Peer support groups and Community Interest groups. Specialties include Substance use and all surrounding issues.
The Gainsborough branch of NADFAS (National Association of Decorative and Fine Arts Societies)
Gardening for All is a community group who meet on the 2nd Monday of the month at TCAM (The Centre At Mawsley). Our membership includes a range of people with a wide band of gardening skills from novice to knowledgeable but a common love for gardening and plants.
The Garnock Valley Allotments are situated at Sersley Drive in Kilbirnie, North Ayrshire. The GVAA was granted planning permission for 73 individual plots on a 2 acre site in May 2010.
Rainbows, Brownies and Guides in Knaphill, Brookwood and Pirbright in Woking, Surrey.
Gisburn Festival Hall aims to provide social, leisure, recreational and other facilities to enhance the lives of all the people of the Parish of Gisburn.
A contemporary arts organisation that provides volunteering opportunities to people of all backgrounds across all aspects of art exhibitions and community arts projects.
The forum is to increase awareness and understanding of homelessness and vulnerability and encourage partnership working across all sectors. Members shall share experiences and work collectively to help support and improve services for those at risk of being made homeless and those who are currently experiencing homelessness in Gloucester and the wider area.
Go Kingston Volunteering exists to promote, develop and support volunteering throughout the royal borough of Kingston upon Thames.
We are a team of 12 Church of England churches active in west Dorset and East Devon. Four of our parishes lie along the Jurassic Coast, at Lyme Regis, Charmouth, Morecombelake and Chideock. The remainder are inland within an area called the Marshwood Vale. Parishes in this Vale include the villages of Whitchurch Canonicorum, Marshwood and Hawkchurch (Devon).
Goole Civic Society is a voluntary group dedicated to preserving the unique heritage and character of the inland port town of Goole in the East Riding of Yorkshire - making it a better place to live, work and relax in.
The Grassroots Programme works across faiths and cultures at local and national levels. We provide events and networking opportunities that increase community cohesion, work for social justice and develop people's confidence to engage with one another.
Great harwood farmers market is on every 1st Sunday of every month from march-December from 10am till 2pm.
we provide crime prevention tools advice and free equipment to local residents also give information about crimes in the area and appeals
We raise awareness of the importance of reducing waste, especially plastic waste, and support biodiversity and environmental sustainability in Kingston. Plastic, especially plastic bags, makes up much of local litter, lasts in the environment for 1000s of years, and damages our surroundings, both visually and by harming wild-life. We offer information about local biodiversity and alternatives to plastic.
Greening Westbourne is a local community campaign set up in response to the threat of global warming on our environment. The aim of the campaign is to empower our community to respond to global warming by reducing both personal and community carbon footprint.
Greenwich Millennium Village Association is open to all residents and owners of property in GMV. The village is situated on the Greenwich Peninsula, London SE10.
Our Village is developing a Neighbourhood Plan under the stewardship of our Parish Council. We believe a website will be essential for the requisite Community Engagement activity. It can act as a hub for all the activities required in the development of the Plan.
Grimsargh Village is situated between Preston and Longridge in the Ribble Valley. Grimsargh Parish Council hope this website will provide a useful link between the Council and the Community we serve, and a source of information about local community groups and events. The first point of contact for the Parish Council is the Clerk to the Council, Mr Peter Croft.
Grimsargh Pre-School takes children from 2 years of age up until school age. Our home is in Grimsargh Village Hall located in the centre of the village. We are a registered charity and are managed by a voluntary committee. Grimsargh Pre-School is Ofsted registered and a member of the Pre-School Learning Alliance.
A twice-weekly playgroup for parents/carers with babies and children up to school-age. Based at Grimsargh Village Hall near Preston, the group is run by a small team of volunteers and meets on Tuesday afternoons and Friday mornings during term time (Fridays only in school holidays). Great facilities including indoor and outdoor play, baby area, singing, crafts, drinks and snacks.
Lying in the heart of the village, our hall is a popular venue for community groups and private functions. Regular activities cover a range of interests including educational, fitness and leisure. Facilities include an excellent main hall with stage, bar and kitchen. There is also a small hall ideal for meetings and smaller functions and car parking for 60 vehicles.
We are one of the area's leading mixed choirs, based in Grimsby, NE Lincs.The choir performs a variety of classical music under the baton of Chorus Master, Susan Hollingworth. We rehearse every Monday at 7.30pm in the Roy Kemp room, Central Hall, Grimsby.
The local Residents Association for anyone living in the Groves area of York.
GNDF is an Reg. charity/NGO in UK and GHANA. We aim to bridge the cultural,educational gap between Ghanaians in UK and GHANA. In UK we organise cultural activities for the youth. In Ghana we support children orphan homes and hoping to build more basic facilities.

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