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.
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.
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/
Ranmore bike track is located on the edge of Dorking and Ranmore common to the west of the town. We are a group of volunteers who have come together to maintain the track, respect the local ecology and look at future funding, while keeping it as a free resource for the local community.
Ravensthorpe Community Centre is the largest community based organisation within Dewsbury both in terms of services delivered and reach. Our services are divided into 4 segments, Ofsted outstanding nursery, Learning disability day service, adult learning, health and wellbeing and general community projects. We have several well equipped rooms to hire for training, small events and general activities.
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 Haydn Choir is a friendly amateur choir which aims for excellent, high quality performances. It is based in Reading, Berkshire, UK
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.
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.
Reconnection is a UK-based organization established to support refugees and migrants to settle into their new lives in a new country and give them a chance to be included in social activities. We specialize in offering advice, referrals, information, advocacy, signposting, cultural activities, and language interpretation services.
Reepham Community Group aims to act as a hub for local people to re-establish connections and support networks within the Reepham area. Everyone is welcome, from babies to the elderly, and areas where we would like to develop support networks include well-being, childcare, food, transport and purpose. Group interaction is primarily in-person, supported by online tools for organisation and information.
Refugee Action Kingston is a local charity, providing advice and support for refugees and asylum seekers in the Kingston area.
London Refugee Advocacy Forum enables refugee community organisations to use their knowledge, expertise, insight and evidence to amplify their voices and speak directly and engage effectively with policy and decision makers in London. We aim to create open, transparent dialogue with people in position of power in order to achieve positive changes to policy and practice for refugee communities.
Residents United Forum brings together representatives of different local community groups to ensure disabled residents, carers and their families voices are heard and their views actioned when developing local services. The group is led by Newham residents with lived experiences as disabled people and carers.
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.
Rettendon Memorial Hall was first built in 1923 in memory of villagers killed in the First World War, and contains their inscribed memorial stone in its entrance foyer. It was extended in 1957, and continues to be maintained with all facilities expected for a village hall. It operates a programme of events, as well as being available for public hire.
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.
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
Change of group name from Richmond Back Pain Group. Voluntary group organising hydrotherapy for up to 8 members in a class with a physio in charge of the half hour class. We are a self-help group. We have up to two open meetings a year and two meals together.
We are a voluntary self help group which provides support for people with chronic pain and joint problems, and opportunities to join in social activities. We organise weekly affordable hydrotherapy classes and pilates classes. We keep in touch with members with a newsletter, Backlog. Our latest activities can be found on the news page.
Richmond Chamber Choir is based in Hampton hill. It is affiliated to Richmond-upon-Thames Arts Council. Registered charity no. 287337-R
We are a small charity and target hard-to-reach and isolated adults, including parents of children in local schools, whose lack of English language skills disadvantages them in everyday life. We provide informal English classes and access to local services in several venues across Richmond borough. Founded in 2001, we now have approximately 850 individuals engaged with us.
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.
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.
Rivenhall Parish Council serves a predominantly Rural Parish in the heart of Essex. The Parish lies just two miles from the nearest main shopping centre of Witham. It has a village shop, St Mary’s Church, and Rivenhall Village Hall which is available for hire for parties and other functions, clubs and societies, and meetings and exhibitions for local businesses.
The Road to the Isles Facilities Group SCIO exists to provide facilities for locals and visitors to the Road to the Isles communities of Mallaig, Morar, Arisaig and District. These include toilet facilities; car parking; and a children's playpark among others.
Rochford Bowling Club is one of the few mixed clubs in Essex. Affiliated to the English Short Mat Bowling Association and Essex County Short Mat Bowls Association.
Rock against Racism Aylesbury is a non-partisan, non-sectarian, self-funded, and FREE signposting community service offering practical advice, guidance, information and support to victims of Far Right abuse, bigotry, discrimination, hate, prejudice and violence.
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.
Milton Keynes branch of the RSCDS was formed in 1978. Weekly classes, with an RSCDS qualified teacher, welcome all abilities of dancer, as well as those wanting to start learning. You don’t need your own partner or special clothes. Just wear comfortable clothes, soft shoes and a smile.
Royal Sutton Coldfield North Birmingham Parkinsons Branch
The group welcomes people with Parkinsons their family members and carers, Meetings can be informal - a chance to talk and discuss worries and experiences.There are social activities too as well as offering Tai Chi, Nordic walking, Yoga and Extend exercise, speech practice and singing each month.
Royal View Residents
This is a site for residents of Royal View Brighton
Welcome to the Roydon Tennis Club website. We are a small village club funded by a playing membership of around 36. There is a wide range of age and ability among the members. We have an inclusive ethos and hope to include the new and the nervous as well as providing match play for the stronger players.
Runnymede Access Liaison Group (RALG) is an independent group with links to Runnymede Borough Council. We provide a representative “voice” for disabled residents, suggesting how the needs of disabled people might be best met within the Borough. As well as advisory work for the Council, we can advise disabled residents and community groups on how to access services and facilities.
To provide a quality, reliable and professional volunteer Community First Responder scheme in support of East Midlands Ambulance Service to members of our local communities within the central Northants area.
A large modern village hall with underfloor heating and conveniences. Situated in a beautiful rural setting in the heart of Rushall but with easy access from Pewsey, Marlborough, Devizes and Amesbury. Many regular events held for the local community. This is a perfect venue for parties, club meetings, business presentations and wedding receptions.
St Joseph's Roman Catholic Church serves the East Coast resort of Mablethorpe and surrounding towns and villages along the Lincolnshire coastline. As well as its local congregation, our church welcomes holidaymakers who visit the area in the summer months. Our website includes service times, news and events in the area.
The Salonika Campaign Society is dedicated to the memory of those of all nations who served in the campaign, fought in northern Greece, Serbia and Albania from 1915 to 1918.
The SBPRA is a voluntary group that represents all members interests, rights and wellbeing by working with the Park Developer. We aim to build a strong caring community. This platform will be used to promote honest and accurate opinions from all viewpoints. It will be a source of information on Park events and updates on meetings with the Developer.
Sangam is a 25-year old registered charity based in Sutton Borough. We offer weekly lunch club (bring your own lunch), weekly exercises, social events, festival celebration, tourism services for local elderly people.
A campaign aspiring to create a community hub, with a pub, a daytime cafe, a shop selling local produce and an information centre at the heart of the Gwent Levels.
A community organisation of scientists, workers, educators, and activists dedicated to building a bottom-up social movement with radical perspectives on science and society.
Club founded in 1937. There is a richly varied programme of events which includes visiting speakers, demonstrations, competitions, workshops, site visits, outings, social events etc.
Scunthorpe & District Choral Society has been established since 1881. It meets to rehearse on Thursday evenings from September to April at Frederick Gough School. Our repertoire ranges from Baroque to Modern and we perform with first-class soloists and orchestras. The society is affiliated to Making Music, which represents and supports amateur performing and promoting societies throughout the UK.
We are a small community that all live in a road called Seaview Heights. We would like to put together a website to enable us to communicate online and support those residents who are less able due to disability and/or advanced age.
SEED PROJECT GET INVOLVED This is a brand new project aims raise money is for seeds for farmers crops for the people of Afghanistan. At the moment we're concentrating our efforts on Nuristan. We are planning to provide 20,000 by April 2025.
Grassroots Community Voluntary Organisation with constitution established 2017 and incorporated 2019delivering frontline holistic health therapies and activities predominantly forthe boroughs of Haringey Hackney Islington
A good neighbour scheme available to anyone, young or old, living in Send, Send Marsh and Burnt Common. We help with transport to the surgery, hospital appointments, chiropodist, hairdresser, etc. help with filling in forms, shopping, odd jobs and visiting lonely or housebound people.
Providing tailor made preventative solutions, courses and projects in personal safety, self-defence and confidence building. Delivering to adults, women and girls, young people and organisations.
SG19 Road Safety Group is a community group created to help residents and workers within the SG19 postcode area have a voice on safety and other issues in their community, predominantly focused on road safety concerns.
A community space or shed in Teddington, where people can meet up, make stuff and mend things, working together or alongside each other. It is inclusive, secular and not for profit.
Shere Swimming Pool Club took over the running of the pool from Shere Parish Council in 1989. The Club is a registered charity (no. 1184796) and charges the lowest practicable subscription. The membership is mostly local along with some from further afield. An elected Committee run the Club and all routine maintenance is carried out on a voluntary basis.
Sherland Road Residents Association manages a community garden, designed and cared for by residents. The road has an interesting history, which we would like to share with readers.