We are a small but friendly Guide Unit. For girls aged 10 to 14 - Guides to challenge themselves and make a difference in their community. We work on a range of badges and activities with the aim of facilitating the young people in developing their team working skills, leadership skills, independence and life skills along with so much more.
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.
Over many years Galleywood, in common with many towns and villages, had an annual carnival. A survey of all residents undertaken as part of the Parish Plan in 2011 identified an annual celebratory event as something the village wanted and would support. The Committee, constituted as a small charity which does not own any buildings or employ people
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.
We are an all comers social cycle group based in Bath. We ride each Thursday from Bath, using quiet lanes. We are non competitive with an emphasis on social. Walking up hills is fine by us. Our age span is 55-75 and our gender mix is half and half men and women.
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
4 Heatons Friendship Group (4HFG)
We are a community friendship group based in Stockport. Members generally come from the north of the town. The group was set up to help bring together people who want to meet people with similar interests or try something new. No membership fees, two optional weekly meetings: Coffee Catch-up & Thursday's Evening Meetup and numerous group activities.
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.
A small but friendly group of enthusiasts who regularly meet and have National Demonstrators visit at the monthly social meetings. Visitors are welcome. Do contact us if you would like to know more or wish to join the society which affiliated to the National Flower Arranging Society. This is a new website and is under initial development and construction.
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.
AfCD respond to reports that Refugees and people from the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities feel alienated from sources of advice, advocacy, training and statutory agencies provisions. We also work with partners organisations and agencies to pool together expertise, maximise available resources to support our beneficiaries towards their goal of resettlement, skills acquisition, education and gainful employment.
A residents association for Addison, Borland, Down, Hawkins Roads and Kingston Lane in Teddington, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Supporting, Empowering and Connecting the diverse and inclusive communities of the Channel Islands impacted by ADHD. Providing a voice for those, of any age, with ADHD while assisting them to access the resources they need to thrive.
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.
Advocacy for All (AfA) is a people focused charity with a long history and excellent track record of providing high-quality statutory & non-statutory one to one and self-advocacy in various South-east & South London boroughs and in Kent. Advocacy empowers vulnerable people, including those with Learning Disabilities (LD) and also Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC)to have bigger voices & better lives.
Afyah Centre’s mission is to empower women through supporting them to develop, enhance and improve their skills through training and mentoring. Afyah Centre Support BAME grassroots women establish, incubate and run microbusiness from home. Afyah Centre’s vision is one of seeing BAME women to become self-sufficient through entrepreneurship, creating change, being creative and innovating.
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/
The duty of the Council is to deal with matters within its boundaries and which come under its remit. These include caring for all public areas owned by the Council, maintaining the children’s playground, looking at planning applications, liaising with the Hurst Green Memorial Hall Management Committee, installing and maintaining any speed control equipment within the village etc.
Founded in 1861, the historic Airthrey Spa Bowling Club is located in the pictuesque town of Bridge of Allan - a former spa town at the foot of the Ochil Hills, located just north of Stirling in Central Scotland. Airthrey Spa is a relatively small but exceptionally friendly and sociable bowling club where everyone is made to feel welocme.
Albrighton Swimming Pool is a unique outdoor swimming pool. Heated to typically 26-29oC, the pool is 15m long by 7m wide, from 0.6m to 2m deep, in the grounds of Albrighton Primary School, Newhouse Lane, WV7 3QS. The pool is open to the public throughout the summer months, run by the volunteers of Albrighton & District Swimming Club.
A friendly Outreach Service located in Royal Borough of Kingston, dedicated to helping older and vulnerable people. We provide services such as Shopping, Laundry and Hot Food to support people to remain independent in their own homes.
Alley Cats & Kittens Cat Rescue exists to save the lives of abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens in Southport and local areas. Our vision is a world where all cats and kittens have happy lives, free from harm and unnecessary suffering.
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.
The Amani Caravan Retreat is a care in the community-based initiative . It is our desire to offer a helping hand, love and support for those people who are dealing with struggles. The Project will offer individuals and families who are experiencing adverse life circumstances, and opportunity to enjoy a short break for respite and relaxing purposes.
Amberliegh is a children's charity where we use performing arts such as African drumming and dance, singing, piano, guitar lessons and other creative arts to empower children and young people to build up their self-esteem and self-confidence.
We are SCIO (Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation) and focus on the advancement of education, arts, heritage, culture or science. An outreach project run by group of volunteers who are passionate about experimental archaeology and living history.
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.
Research based online information based service supporting families and children with 'Working memory' which forms part of SLCN (Speech,Language and Communication needs).
Followers of His Holiness Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin TUS The Trust is established for religious and charitable purpose. To administer manage and organise the affair of DBJ of Croydon. Preaching and practising of Islamic religion in conformity with Al Quran, and the Fatemi philosophy, culture and traditions. The advancement of education Facilities for recreation and leisure for women and young people.
In our meetings we discussions include the various aspects of digital photography, lighting, viewing each others photographs via a laptop and projector. We sometimes have models to sit for us, other times; interesting items and objects are our "focus". Encouragement, help and guidance are always available. Members own favourite topics, be it, pets, family, holidays are always appreciated.
A group where mostly pensioners who have taken an interest in digital photography come to share and discuss their problems with their new found hobby.
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.
We provide educational, accessible, and sensory-based workshops to vulnerable adults and children who have limited access to culture, heritage, arts and crafts with particular focus on those displaced by conflicts and those with learning and communication difficulties. We organise exhibitions and community participation textile projects for people of all backgrounds, ages, and abilities to promote inclusion and cultural integration.
Arts Partnership Surrey is a strategic alliance of local authorities and trusts representing the boroughs, districts and county council in Surrey.
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.
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 that has been going since 1970. We meet every Friday from 19:00 - 2100 at 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.
Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) is a NHS working group: a team of women and their families, commissioners and providers (midwives and doctors) working together to review and contribute to the development of local maternity care. We are made up of Ashford & St Peter's Hospital maternity service users and staff, and other stakeholders; working together to improve our maternity service.
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.
Attleborough Lions Club CIO chartered in 2013 NGO, charity number 1178941. We meet twice a month, its members male & female wish to help those less fortunate. Supporting local people, food banks, raising money at fetes & shows. Covering Attleborough & Thetford.
A community website for authors and writers to network and show off themselves and their publications.
Axholme Camera is a friendly camera club of about 40 members based in Haxey, North Lincolnshire. Our aim is to provide a friendly environment where members discuss all aspects of photography, attend photography related talks and enter in to competitions.
CVA builds stronger communities for social change by supporting citizens to take active roles in their neighbourhoods and by championing community organisations that nurture and celebrate local strength (see www.cvalive.org.uk). This is a subsite showing our impact 2021/22.
Aylesbury Chess Club meets weekly on Wednesdays from 7:30 p.m. at The White Hart, Exchange St, Aylesbury, HP20 1UR 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.