1st Holmer (Hereford) Scout group provides fun and adventure to young people, boys and girls, aged 6 to 8 in the Beaver section, aged 8 to 10 in the Cub section, aged 10 to 14 in the Scout section. Scouting is all about making new friends and becoming more independent.
1st Kingshill Scout Group has approximately 70 boys and girls in our Beaver, Cub and Scout sections, mostly from the Buckinghamshire villages and schools of Great and Little Kingshill, between Great Missenden and High Wycombe. We offer a great variety of activities for our children, encouraging widespread contact and involvement between the sections and also with the member’s whole family.
We are a small charity committed to assisting families and children diagnosed and living with Bone Cancer.
We are a thriving Scout Group for boys and girls in and around the market town of Kirkham, located on the Fylde coast between Preston and Blackpool in West Lancashire. We have a Beaver Scout Colony, a Cub Scout Pack and a Scout Troop, and support local Explorer Scout Units.
As Scouts, we believe in preparing young people with skills for life. We encourage our young people to do more, learn more and be more. Each week, we give over 460,000 young people the opportunity to enjoy fun and adventure while developing the skills they need to succeed. #SkillsForLife
The current group is a merger between 15th LSA and the old 4th LSA. We continue to work on the basics of Scouting and also the adventure such as climbing, shooting, survival camps and lots of crafts for our younger Scouts (they are called Beavers but known as Turquoise Ninjas). Looking to the future to grow.
Ahmadiyya Anjuman Ishaat Islam UK All Churches for the propagation of true religion for mankind, a Joint Pastorate for those who are Searching for their Creator. We are a friendly multi-cultural community made up of people from a wide variety of backgrounds, or none, and offer a warm welcome to people from all walks of life and of all ages.
Aberdeen & County Floral Group is affiliated to both the Scottish and National Associations of Flower Arranging Societies. We are a local Club whose members enjoy the art of flower arranging, meeting regularly in the evenings to take pleasure in demonstrations by area and national demonstrators, exchange ideas and to find out "What's On", and often participating in flower festivals.
Abingdon AC is a diverse and friendly athletics club which has a range of different groups to suit our wide range of athletes. We enjoy running in the surrounding countryside, as well as coached sessions on the track. Club members compete throughout the year at track and field, in road races, cross-country and multi-terrain events, at all distances.
Abingdon Hydro is a not for profit company set up by local residents to generate hydroelectric power from the River Thames by Abingdon Weir.
Aims - to provide snowsporting activities for disabled persons (subject to the consent of their medical advisers) and to promote their opportunities by training, recreation, competition, and rehabilitation. to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for competition, recreation and other leisure-time activities. Regular sessions are held at the Snozone Milton Keynes on the second Sunday of each month.
Addison Gardens Allotments is a voluntary managed allotment site in Kingston upon Thames with a total of about 110 plots.
A residents association for Addison, Borland, Down, Hawkins Roads and Kingston Lane in Teddington, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
ASKI was established in 2012 to support and signpost individuals who face barriers to inclusion and who with support could go on to live productive lives and make a contribution to their community.
Welcome to our association which is based in the London borough of Sutton, England.
The Afyah organisation promotes social inclusion for the public benefit by working with BAME women and children We runs a local support network group that encourages all excluded women to participate more effectively with the wider community.
Would you like to live longer, with more years free of chronic illness? Here at Age Watch we provide evidence based information you can apply in your everyday life. This includes information on Diet & Nutrition, Exercise & Fitness, Mind - Body connection, Illnesses and Secrets of Longevity. You can help by joining our User Group Advisory Panel - http://www.agewatch.org.uk/invitation-to-join-advisory-pa/
Bowling Club in Bridge of Allan, Scotland. New members always welcome.
Day centre for older people
We are a Registered Charity (number 301233) run by Trustees in providing a community Village Hall for residents to use for functions and regular events.
We are a group of members who model railways in a range of scales. We have our own club room with several layouts set up permanently. We meet twice a week. Our membership is open to all ages.
Vocal wellbeing sessions give people a safe place to free their voices. We help with breathing techniques and encourage people to feel confident and healthy using their voice. This is not for performance, it is purely for the health benefits of singing together.
Appleby Frodingham Ladies is a small friendly club with one team which plays its matches on the synthetic hockey pitch at Brumby Hall Sports Ground, Scunthorpe. Please browse the website to find further details on training, matches, news and more.
We are an organisation that uses coaching and other learning and development techniques to enable individuals and groups to change and succeed in their lives. We use professional coaches and learning and development professionals in our methodologies.
The Arctic Club brings together people with experience of expeditions to the Arctic, for science, exploration and adventure. We welcome new members and hold an Annual Dinner in December. We give Arctic Club Awards to support expeditions, though the Gino Watkins Memorial Fund. The Arctic Expedition Noticeboard enables the exchange of information and expertise about recent and forthcoming expeditions.
Ardleigh & District Horticultural Society was founded in 1893 and aims to promote an interest in all aspects of horticulture. It is a friendly society that holds 7 meetings a year, has a plant sale in May and it's annual show in August.
Art and Sacred Places has three main strands: - Inspirational and enriching permanent commissions - Challenging and innovative temporary commissions - Stimulating and mutually beneficial interfaith projects Art and Sacred Places promotes interaction between religion and art, largely by siting contemporary art in sacred places.
Arts Partnership Surrey is a strategic alliance of local authorities and trusts representing the boroughs, districts and county council in Surrey.
The Gainsborough & District Branch of The Arts Society
ASCA is dedicated to supportin individuals, families and the community to overcome alcahol and drug misuse through both prevention and treatment.
Ashbourne Allotments is sited by Watery Lane, Ashbourne in Derbyshire. The site only started in March 2011. The land originally belonged to Nestle who sold it with a covenant to Derbyshire Dales District Council for agricultural use only. Derbyshire Dales Council lease the land to the Ashbourne Alotments Association.
Founded in 1970, our club is a relatively small group of keen amateur photographers. We meet most Mondays at the Priory Hotel in Scunthorpe at 8.00 pm. At other times, especially in the summer, we meet in a variety of outdoor locations.
Parish Council with 5 Councillors
The Parish Council is the first tier of governance and the first point of contact for anyone concerned with a community issue. Ashen Parish Council is democratically elected and the village is situated on the south side of the Stour Valley, and had 325 residents living in 135 dwellings in 2011.
We are a local art club which has been going for the last 50 Years in 2020. Are open to all and are a very friendly group of people We meet every Friday 19:00 - 2100 from next Year in Ashford Baptist Church in Ashford
Would you like to grow your own fresh fruit and veg? Ashford & District Smallholders has run the Chattern Hill allotment site in Ashford, Middlesex (Spelthorne) for over 100 years. Our 8-acre site lies behind the Greene King 'Freeman Arms' pub, and is accessed via a narrow lane from Feltham Road, TW15 1BS. We welcome both novice and experienced gardeners.
We are a local horticutural society for Aston Clinton and the surrounding area. The Society organises monthly meetings with a visiting speaker and holds a Spring and Summer Show.We organise garden visits in the summer and support village activities with plant sales.
The AVANTI Mental Well-Being CIC offers services for individuals and groups with mental health needs and for voluntary and statutory organisations and projects working with this client group. The services are client centered and include: - Mental Health Project Development and Consulting - Mental Health Training - Individual and Group Therapy - Supervision Service
A friendly non-league badminton club playing on Tuesday evenings (7:30pm top 9:30pm) at Green Park, Stablebridge Road, Aston Clinton, Aylesbury, and near Tring & Wendover.
Aylesbury Chess Club meets weekly on Wednesdays from 7:30 p.m. at The Railway club, Coxhill Way, Aylesbury, HP21 8FH. Aylesbury Chess Club welcomes adult members and participates in the Bucks Chess League.
Aylesbury CTC is the local group of the national cycling charity Cycling UK. Cycling UK provides Cycle magazine, third party insurance, technical advice, cycling holidays and free access to led rides via local groups like ours throughout the UK. We welcome newcomers to cycling. We offer a choice of led rides on Sundays and occasional cycling holidays.
Aythorpe Roding Parish Council
This is a group which is made up of Baines School 1717 Club (former staff), Baines School Former Pupils Association, and Baines School Alumni.
'Balsall Heath Is Our Planet' is an alliance of groups and individuals in our inner city neighbourhood of Birmingham, which aims to empower people to realise the benefits of a more efficient and sustainable way of life. It is a registered charity.
Banstead Kyushindo Karate club is a Mixed ability club in the heart of Banstead Village. The club has been established since 1985 and offers a friendly and social environment to learn Karate and Self defence. Ages 16+ welcome.
The Fayre held in The Orchard on Banstead High Street is an exciting and fun community event for all the family with a Parade, stalls, rides and entertainment for all, including dancing around a May Pole. The May Fayre for 2020 is on the 2nd May 2020.
Banwood is a friendly group that meets weekly to enjoy a variety of folk dances. Whether you’re an experienced dancer, a complete beginner or somewhere in between, there’s a warm welcome waiting for you.
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.