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Lancaster, Morecambe & District Indoor Bowling League. Each Monday morning and afternoon, from October to March, at Salt Ayre Leisure Centre, Lancaster
Landmark Tenants' Association, The
Website for the members of the Landmark Tenants' Association, Bexhill on Sea, East Sussex
A unique and inspiring Steiner based Kindergarten for children aged 3 - 7 years old. The Kindergarten is based in the Temple and has its own private and secure garden with access to the farm animals and nature at Laurel Farm.
Hammersmith and Fulham Somali Community Rehabilitation Centre will empower the community especially students, youths and their parents to help themselves complete their education and achieve economic self-sufficiency through empowerment skills, support services, develop positive self-esteem, clarify their values on which to build a successful life while still maintaining focus on their needs rather than requirements.
Leander Sea Scouts offers fun and challenging activities for over a hundred boys and girls from the age of six. Leander is one of only a hundred ‘Royal Navy Recognised’ groups in the country and has a riverside headquarters with a large fleet of canoes, dinghies and gigs, allowing a full range of boating activities.
Learn English at Home (LEAH) is a local and independent registered charity supporting residents of Kingston and Richmond from ethnic minority backgrounds who have English as a second language. We help and support our clients to attain the level of English needed to communicate their everyday needs and empower them to become more confident and independent. Registered Charity No. 1153425.
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An Aylesbury-based interfaith group. We meet to learn more about each other, break down barriers,share insights,and organise events.
We are a support group for anyone in the Leighton-Linslade area and surrounding towns (Luton, Dunstable,Milton Keynes and Aylesbury) who have been diagnosed with cancer. We try to support each other through good and bad times.Our aim is to care about each other and provide support before, during and after living with your cancer.
Let’s Go Outside and Learn CIC connects communities with nature on their doorstep. We introduce people to the natural environment, show the benefits to health and wellbeing that spending time outdoors offers, and bring people together to make new friends. We work with schools, community groups and individuals, delivering school clubs, outdoor learning projects for community groups and staff training.
A grassroots not-for-profit community group.
LifeThrives exists to help children and young people, their families and communities (CYPF&C) to thrive. To this end, we provide a range of tools, services and resources in partnership with a number of other organisations that share the achievement of this vision.
LifeThrives is a non-profit Community Interest Company (CIC) which has the aim of enabling people, communities, companies and society to thrive.
We are a registered charity and the local Council for Voluntary Services in the London Borough of Wandsworth. We provide training, advice, information, networking and opportunities for participation and involvement in local policy to all voluntary and community organisations in Wandsworth. We also help local people access volunteering opportunities.
Local History about the small village of Lingdale in North Yorkshire, built in 1872 for the workmen employed in the local mines. Lots of photographs and information gathered over the last 10 years make a valuable resource for people researching their family history from the area.
The website of Little Chesterford Parish Council
Organises concerts and events involving historically informed music, particularly the Kingston and Richmond Early Music Festival.
A network to support the development of and bring together friends groups and friends forums from across London, to share information, good practices and to ensure parks are adequately resourced.
Love Kingston is an exciting campaign to raise funds for the changing needs of communities in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. It is the only borough-wide local giving platform where all money raised stays local for the benefit of generations to come.
We are a friendly and welcoming Allotment community. We run several events and competitions all keenly contested and are proud of our site's achievements in the Birmingham Allotment competitions including Birmingham Allotments Show at Cannon Hill Park. New prospective allotmenteers are always welcome!
The Lowestoft Thursday Club is a self funded, voluntary group for adults with learning disabilities, and has been running since the 1950's. With approximately 100 members, collected every Thursday evening by volunteers, in a double decker bus paid for via fund raising. The members enjoy various activities and entertainment with some members having attended for up to 30 years.
To arrange a regular programme of meetings and visits for Members on gardening and gardening related topics. and organise a Flower Show and/or other Events that promote gardening and/or community friendship.
The Lydian Choir is a small group of enthusiastic musicians in North Lincolnshire
MACRA is Manorgate Road And Carlisle Close Residents Association. We represent the residents in these 2 streets in Kingston upon Thames, SW London on : managing street flower beds and litter removal, traffic calming, road closures for annual street party and gardening day, liaison with Kingston Council, other issues and events related to the 2 streets as they arise.
The Madley Craft and Coffee Group meet at Madley Parish Hall every Tuesday 10 am-12 noon. This is a friendly and informal group so just bring along work that you want to complete or have a problem with.
The Maguire Communication Skills Training Unit, dedicated to training health care professional in communication and psychological support, was set up under the auspices of the Christie NHS Foundation Trust by a 3 year charitable grant from the Sir Edward Holt Trust.
"Maiden Bradley with Yarnfield a small Wiltshire civil parish near Somerset border and home of the Duke of Somerset. The B3092 road that joins Frome to Mere runs through the middle of the village of Maiden Bradley. It is in the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the ancient Forest of Selwood." - Wikipedia
MEFAS provides training in first aid and emergency aid (CERT) to the public. MEFAS also offers first aid cover at events ranging from school fetes, local fund raising activities, children's football leagues and assistance to trading charities and commercial operations. MEFAS provides these services, in the main, to South London Boroughs and North Surrey.
We are a conservation group affiliated to the National Trust and help with practical conservation work on mainly local NT properties. Volunteers from all walks of life come together to enjoy the outdoors by doing tasks which put something back into the countryside by maintaining woodland, paths, stiles, fences etc.
The Mandeville Hall is a charitable organisation providing facilities to the local community. The building is made up from a main hall, a smaller hall, a bar, a stage and a commercial kitchen - as much or as little can be hired as needed.
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Campaigns Website. Allowing Young People to decide what young people want.
A website for the park on Marlow Crescent and Glebe Side in Twickenham, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
St. Mary's Marshwood Parish Church is located just outside the village on the B3165. It is right beside Marshwood Church of England School. Their is a very close relationship with this Primary School, especially because the children use the church building for many different activities. Services of Holy Communion are held every week at 9.30am.
we help youth to adults but focus more on those who are at risk of NEET, homeless, needing career guidance, counselling or direction in life. The end result is to lead them to independence of some sort and deliver to them meaningful key & life skill programmes/ projects.
Interpreting and English - Somali translation services
Merton CIL is the Centre for Independent Living in the London Borough of Merton.
Merton & Lambeth Citizens Advice
We aim to provide, to the residents of Merton & Lambeth, the advice people need for the problems they face and improve the policies and practices that affect people's lives. We provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. We value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination.
Communications relating to residents of a City of London estate.
Middlesex Street Estate in The City of London. We scrutinize the services provided, representing the residents' opinion to our landlord and aim to strengthen and improve our community.
Old website for Mill Road Baptist Church, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire. Current website at http://www.millroadbaptistwellingborough.com
A community organisation for Mitcham in the London Borough of Merton
St Andrews is a beautiful Church of England building in the middle of the hamlet of Monkton Wyld. It boasts one of the few substantial spires in west Dorset. The congregation is not large but is very friendly, and drawn from a large area, including nearby Raymonds Hill. Services are held at 11am on the 2nd Sunday each month.
Morecombelake Church of England is also known by the title "Stanton St Gabriel". It is a small church located by the A35 in the middle of the village. The congregation is small but very welcoming. This church holds two Services each month, both starting at 9.30am: 2nd Sunday : Holy Communion (Prayer Book) 4th Sunday : Songs of Praise
The Group meets on Thursday mornings at 1030 in the CDT Centre in Moseley. Its purpose is to read and discuss philosophy. No qualifications in the subject are needed or expected, but a lively interest in the great philosophers and their ideas is definitely a pre-requisite. Discussions are lively, good natured and often humorous.
Much Wenlock Tree Forum is a small but active community group which exists to raise awareness in our community of the importance of trees to the environment . We are practically engaged with planting new trees to help protect our environment from flooding and to extend the variety of trees in our area as a protection against widespread disease.
Musgrave Church Field Trust (Charity 1102622) owns Musgrave Church Field, a much-loved historic beauty spot by the River Eden, in Great Musgrave, Cumbria, for the benefit of all. The Tithe Barn, Byre and Stables were restored in 2013. The Field is used for quiet recreation and for community events. Educational visits are arranged for Schools and other Community Groups.
A Fundraising Team who raise money for a different charity each year
At the heart of Mellor, the village hall provides high quality and affordable ,social and sports facilities for local communities.

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