Little Burstead is a rural village in Essex in the Basildon Borough and near to the small town of Billericay. The Parish Council was formed in 1997 and has five (5) Parish Councillors. Parish Council meetings are held bi-monthly on the second Wednesday in the month in the Little Burstead Village Hall, Laindon Common Road and commence at 7.30 p.m.
The website of Little Chesterford Parish Council
Built in 1779 as workhouse used till 1850 then school till 1960. Unfit for purpush stood empty till 1970. When the village charity repaired and extended it and gave to the village. It stands in the center of the village and is used by many groups. But is available for adhoc hire more details from Graham 07887525393
Little Maplestead is situated in North Essex between Halstead and Sudbury, close to the Suffolk border, and has around 270 residents. The Parish Council is responsible for the upkeep of the village and for looking after the best interests of its parishioners. Little Maplestead has 5 Parish Councillors, who are elected every 4 years.
Little Maplestead is situated in North Essex between Halstead and Sudbury, close to the Suffolk border, and has around 270 residents. The Parish Council responsible for the upkeep of the village and for looking after the best interests of its parishioners. Little Maplestead has 5 Parish Councillors, who are elected every 4 years.
Parish Council for the area of Little Totham
Parish Council providing services for Little Yeldham, Tilbury Juxta Clare and Ovington.
Organises concerts and events involving historically informed music, particularly the Kingston and Richmond Early Music Festival.
The London Refugee and Migrant Civil Society Data Project is a six month pilot project, funded by the Greater London Authority to work with refugee and migrant organisations to 1. Help improve collection and use of data to help design and delivery of services 2. Help understand how data sources are used to support fundraising and policy activities for organisations
Love Kingston aims to reduce inequality in the Royal Borough of Kingston through raising funds to give grants to local charities and develop our foundation fund, to support the local community now and in the future.
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.
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.
We provide a community owned recycling service using old milkfloats Established for 25 years we have recycled thousands of tonnes of waste and saved the NHS millions of pounds
"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.
Maldon Museum in the Park exhibits items directly related to the town and District. We are a registered charity run entirely by volunteers. The Museum was established in the early 1920’s, as Maldon Borough Museum and in 1996 moved to our current premises, the Edwardian built former Park Keepers Lodge in Promenade Park, Maldon.
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.
Manningtree & District Photographic Society is a small and friendly group of photography enthusiasts who meet up on the Essex/Suffolk border. The club aims to provide an enjoyable environment for members to enjoy the development of their photographic skills through a variety of activities in the company of like-minded individuals.
Margaret Roding is a small parish in the District of Uttlesford, the county of Essex and in the parliamentary constituency of Saffron Walden. The parish has approximately 80 dwellings and a population close to 200
A community website set up to collect and distribute information serving the interests of the residents in Margaretting
Marlow BC is a Lawn Bowls Club with a 7rink natural green, in the centre of Marlow. We provide facilities for bowlers of all ages and abilities, whether you are a novice or an experienced bowler competing in county or national competitions, you would be welcome at our club. In winter Short Mat Bowls is played in our clubhouse.
A website for the park on Marlow Crescent and Glebe Side in Twickenham, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Modern hall available to hire for clubs, meetings, weddings, parties etc
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.
Our Society meets at St John's Centre in Merrow, Guildford on Tuesday evenings in March, April, June, October and November. We have illustrated talks on garden-related topics and an informal Evening Show, judged by all present. We visit a local garden each summer and have an annual Autumn Show. We are affiliated to the Surrey Horticultural Federation and the RHS.
Merton CIL is the Centre for Independent Living in the London Borough of Merton.
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.
This society organises monthly talks on the history of Slough and the surrounding area as well as general history and archaeology. It also arranges day visits to places of interest in the region.
We are a friend community group called Mill Street Residents Association
Milton Watch is the website for the Milton Village, Cambridgeshire Neighbourhood Watch Scheme
A community organisation for Mitcham in the London Borough of Merton
Information about the current and previous activities and meetings of Moggerhanger Parish Council. Minutes, Agendas, Policies, Events and useful information and contacts
Mole Valley Cycling Forum comprises a cross-section of Mole Valley residents linked by a desire to facilitate the use of bikes for recreation and as a means of transport. We are supported by officers from Mole Valley District Council and Surrey County Council and meet regularly with them to discuss issues concerning cyclists in the area.
A new charity to raise funds to build and manage a new pavilion for Moor Mead Park, in St Margarets, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Please contact us on: moormeadcsp@gmail.com
Moreton Bobbingworth and the Lavers Parish Council is a Parish Council within the Epping Forest District.
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.
We are a council owned allotment located in Mosbrough Sheffield, we are a group of approx. 100 individual plots of all cultivated by a wide range of ages,
Mottingham Big Local Refocused is a resident led project, one of 150 across England to have been awarded £1m by Big Lottery for the benefit of the local community. Big Local aims to "bring together all the local talent, ambitions, skills and energy from individuals, groups and organisations who want to make their area an even better place to live."
A community space for functions and the regular hosting of social gatherings. Available to hire for other events and regular meetings such as dog training and pilates.
Drug and Alcohol Community and Recovery Group based in Kingston and surrounding area.
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.
At the heart of Mellor, the village hall provides high quality and affordable ,social and sports facilities for local communities.
Neroche Conservation Volunteers is a voluntary group which works on a variety of wildlife sites in the Blackdown Hills, Somerset to improve habitats and access for the public. Formed in 2007 the group has worked on land belonging to the Forestry Commission, Blackdown Hills Trust, Butterfly Conservation and Somerset Wildlife Trust thus providing a vital role for all these organisations.
Dozens of smaller user-led and ‘grass roots’ equality groups are working together. We will design, test and pilot exciting new ways to use networking and communications tools to strengthen connections and share more easily. We are exploring ways of joining up our voices for solidarity and influence for more coordinated, effective campaigning to fight discrimination and improve equality in London.
We aim to promote the enjoyment of orchestral music for classical guitar. If you play classical guitar and can sight-read a simple line of music then you are most welcome to join. We currently meet every other Wednesday evening in the church hall of St. Basil and St. James in Fenham.