The Pilgrim Way and its occasional meetings : -- Draws on the deep wells of orthodox Christian theology and Celtic spirituality -- A concern for justice, peace and the integrity of creation. -- An affirmation of the importance of lively and theological exploration for all Christians. -- The encouragement of an ever deepening spirituality.
The Parish Council meets on the Second Wednesday of the Month in the Pleshey Village Hall.
Pleshey is a beautiful village in the heart of the Essex Countryside with a poplualtion of around 200. It is a conservation area due to a variety of factors but especially the earth work remains of a Motte and bailey castle The Parish Council meets monthly on a Wednesday (Excluding July / August / December) in the Pleshey Village Hall
Non-profit group in High Wycombe affiliated to charity Population Matters (London) of which David Attenborough is patron. Group promotes gender equality and better access to contraception worldwide, because this results in smaller, more sustainable families.
Portcullis Trust is an independent educational charity (Reg: 281564) that raises funds to help individuals in need studying at Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College. It has been supported by many celebrities including Vince Cable, David Aaronovitch and Peter Snow who have held talks and donated time to raise money for a bursary that supports disadvantaged individuals to access learning.
Portsoken Ward Club
A non profit making club of residents & workers in the Ward of Portsoken, City of London, who meet regularly for social events. The Ward Club has been going for over 90 years.
Gardening Society which holds monthly meetings at the Prestwood Village Hall on the second Thursday of the month, garden outings and an annual show.
The Heritage Society was formed in 1987 as a meeting place for all who are interested in the history of the town and its neighbouring communities. Its aims are: To support conservation of the historical environment. To gather and protect items relating to local history. To share these things through talks, walks and publications.
A lawn green bowling club set in the centre of Princes Risborough, a friendly club with an excellent six rink bowling green, a large clubhouse with well stocked bar and plenty of car parking space.
This website is a community resource established by Purleigh Parish Council which aims to provide information about the village of Purleigh, the Parish Council and the many different organisations which flourish here.
A group of community-minded locals taking action to preserve and enhance the environment around Putney Towpath
The London Enthusiastic Golf Society for London-based PwC and Alumni players.
A village hall providing facilities for groups and individuals in the village and surrounding area. A modern, spacious and multi-functional venue for weddings, parties, sports, social and corporate events. We are a registered charity.
Queen's Promenade Friends is a community group in Kingston-upon-Thames and our aim is to look after and improve Queen’s Promenade for the benefit of the local community and its wildlife, whilst protecting its natural and cultural heritage.
Welcome to Quendon & Rickling - a combined parish in rural north-west Essex The site has lots of background information about our villages and up-to-date info about forthcoming events.
Radwinter Parish Council
We are the charity that runs and funds the recreation ground at Radwinter, Essex. We provide and maintain all the facilities at that site. We currently have a website on essexInfo.org which we hope we will be able to have moved to e-voice. Our current site is https://www.radwinter-rec.org/
A community heritage appeal to raise much needed funding for repair work to the roof of Ribchester's Grade 1 listed St. Wilfrid's church.
We are a voluntary organisation and registered charity, funded by the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames and the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. We also receive funding from other supporting charities.
Ravensthorpe is a village and civil parish in the Daventry district of the county of Northamptonshire in England. Services within the village include a shop, a pub named 'The Chequers', a playing field, a pocket park and a woodland maintained by the Woodland Trust.
The Talking Newspapers provide a service of local news, information and articles from the Evening Echo and other papers, read by teams of volunteers on cassette tapes and compact discs. These are sent, entirely free of charge, to anyone in these districts who is blind, partially sighted, or simply has difficulty in reading.
Reading U3A is a learning co-operative of older people, which enables members to share many educational, creative and leisure activities. Activities are organised mainly in small groups that meet regularly, sometimes in each other's homes. It is a member of The Third Age Trust. It pursues a wide range of topics; some academic, some practical and others recreational.
A literary and creative writing group to inspire and encourage women to write in a fun and relaxed atmosphere by reading across the genre of different female writers
A new community cafe operating once a week at the E.T.N.A. Community Centre with people paying as they feel with their money or time to help cover the costs of intercepting and redistributing the excess food, and running the community cafe itself.
We are a group of residents in East Twickenham who think local people should be able to go about their business without feeling harassed by the daily protest outside the British Pregnancy Advisory Service clinic in Rosslyn Road, next door to the doctors’ surgery. We are not taking sides on the “abortion debate” or trying to curtail freedom of speech.
Reclaim Social Care is a non-party-political coalition campaigning for all social support, independent living and care services to be free, democratic, funded through progressive taxation, based on independence for all who want it. Social care must be brought into the public sector. We want well-supported staff with career progression and support for carers, paid and not paid.
RANE is a community organisation, led by people with lived experience of addictions, We provide an autonomous user-led advocacy service on behalf of people suffering from addictions, particularly if they are engaged in community or prison based treatment programmes. And, we provide a similar service for recovering people who are employed by treatment providers.
Red Sun exists to promote and improve the welfare of the Middle Eastern communities in Birmingham and the surrounding boroughs by provision of information, advice, guidance, social activities and education.
Redwing is a Community Interest Company which supports outsider and marginalised artists who find it difficult to access the mainstream art world, whether due to disability, health, social circumstance or art process.
Refugee Action Kingston is an independent local charity with a mission to enable people from refugee backgrounds in Kingston and surrounding areas to become active and accepted participants in our local community. RAK is recognised in the community and among statutory services as the main provider of all refugee related services in Kingston and other parts of South West London.
Refugee Action Kingston is a local charity, providing advice and support for refugees and asylum seekers in the Kingston area. We have a new weekly timetable for our advice and advocacy service.
Local newsletter, produced by a not-for-profit organisation, for residents of the parish of Rettendon, including Rettendon Common, Battlesbridge, and Hayes Park. What's on guide and parish news and views. Distributed free by a group of volunteers to every residence in the parish.
The Rettendon Horticultural Society was founded over a hundred years ago, to promote interest in all aspects of horticulture. Today it has a regular calendar of events throughout the year. The society is a friendly organization which welcomes all comers to its events and activities. It holds three shows each year, in Spring, Summer and Autumn.
The Ribchester Local History Society aims to provide a forum for those with an interest in the history and environment of Ribchester, Lancashire, and the surrounding area. It aims to undertake research and report on particular aspects of past village life, and to record the memories of those who live within the parish boundaries.
Ribchester Nursery School takes children from 2 years of age up until school age. Our home is in S.S. Peter and Paul Parish Centre, formerly a primary school, located on the outskirts of the village. We are a not-for-profit, well managed organisation which strives to provide affordable childcare to the local community. Ribchester Nursery School is Ofsted registered.
Ribchester lies in a curve of the River Ribble in Lancashire, mid-way between Preston and Clitheroe. It is a pleasant jumble of multi-coloured stone cottages in long twisting terraces with a rich and well preserved historical tradition. The village is famous for its idyllic setting on the River Ribble and for being the site of the Roman fort of Bremetennacum.
Ribchester spring bank village market is a community event in Ribchester.
Our school is a Church of England Primary School, located in the historic village of Ribchester, famous for its Roman connections. The school was built in 1859 and has been expanded over the years to serve the residents of the village and the surrounding area. St Wilfrid's is a small school, catering very much to the local community.
Ribchester Village Hall is adjacent to Saint Wilfrid's Church in Ribchester. It is used by many groups, organisations and individuals, both locally and from the wider community.
Our aim is to provide high quality low cost accessible transport services for charities, voluntary and community organizations, faith groups, schools and sports groups based in the boroughs of Richmond and Kingston upon Thames
We are the Friends of the Earth local group covering the London Borough of Richmond. We are one of over 200 local groups affiliated to and supported by Friends of the Earth. We are a friendly group of volunteers interested in raising public awareness of environmental issues and pressing for sustainability. We are not connected to any political party
We are a voluntary self help group which provides advice and support for people with back pain and also joint problems and opportunites to share with social activities. We organise hydrotherapy classes and pilates classes on a weekly basis. We keep in touch with members with a newsletter, Backlog. Our latest activities can be found on the news page.
This group is for people who want the all new state-funded secondary schools in Richmond-Upon-Thames to be high quality inclusive schools. It is supported by the Accord Coalition, the national organisation which links religious and non-religious groups campaigning for inclusive education.
To be added later
Richmond writers
Group of writers in Richmond who want to share their writing.
The Society was formed in 1998 and has many members in the village. There is a full programme of talks which take place in the village hall on the last Tuesday of each month. Our present project which is an account of how World War One effected the village and the lives of the people.
A project to create a wildlife sanctuary by the River Crane in Twickenham
We are a community hub, located in Carshalton, working with a wide range of partners to provide activities and events for local people.
Rothsay Ramblers was formed in 1981, originally as Ramblers, and has about 150 members. We are a sociable group whose primary aim is to enjoy walking in the countryside with an interesting variety of scenery; we walk in Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Buckinghamshire.  We organise regular walks on Monday mornings with a range of distances between 3 and 7 miles.