The Tatsfield History Project, supported by Tatsfield Parish Council, provides online information about the history of the parish of Tatsfield in Surrey, including an index to the archives held by the Parish Council and the History Project. Most of the original material has been deposited at the Surrey History Centre in Woking, with copies retained in Tatsfield.
Public display of material covering the progress of Tatsfield Parish Council's plan to establish a Neighbourhood Plan.
Parish Council website.
Tatsfield is a large village and civil parish in the Tandridge district of Surrey, England. It occupies the north-eastern corner of Surrey, bordering Greater London and Kent, with almost all of its homes and many outlying farms on the escarpment of the North Downs.
The Tendring District Association of Local Councils is a group with representatives from Parish and Town Councils in the Tendring area. The group meets bi-monthly, and provides a forum whereby Parish and Town Councils can discuss matters of interest.
Teddington Choral Society is an amateur mixed voice choir based in the London borough of Richmond upon Thames. We rehearse on Monday evenings at St Catherine's School, Twickenham and perform 3-4 concerts a year. The choir is currently 100 strong – new members are welcome.
Temple Legal Centre (TLC) is a registered charity that provides free family legal advice to people who are unable to afford such assistance from their own resources. TLC has clinics in both London and Liverpool.
Temple Memorial Park is a war memorial gifted to the people of South Shields by the Ecclesiastical commission to be maintained as an open space in perpetuity . The Volunteer Rangers aim to keep the area clean by litter picking regularly Please find us on facebook.
Tendring is the eponymous village and civil parish of the Tendring district of Essex — and before that of the Tendring Hundred. The parish includes the settlements of Goose Green, Tendring Green and Tendring Heath.
Terlings Park Residents
Terlings Park is a new community on the Hertfordshire/Essex border near the village of Gilston and close to Harlow.
Tewin Memorial Hall Information Exchange
An informal information exchange for all those involved in running Tewin's village hall.
Tewin is a village located in Hertfordshire part way between the towns of Welwyn Garden City and Stevenage. "Tewin Village" publishes village news and pictures and lists village sports and social events, it describes our Village Hall and Community Shop, as well as publishing Tewin Parish Council minutes.
Thame, near Oxford, has been twinned with Montesson, near Paris, since 2001. We are an independent and self financing organisation with active members in Thame and the surrounding villages.Our aim is to facilitate visits and exchanges between the people and associations of Thame and Montesson. Annual visits take place in September to Montesson and in May to Thame.
A residents association Thames Eyot, Eyot Lodge, Poulett Lodge and Grove Lodge, Twickenham, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
We are a small horticultural society run for the benfit of those interested in anything of horticultural interest
We formed an organization called Theravada Buddhist Trust that was entered on the Register of Charities on 23rd of February 2015 and the registered number is 1160584 . We want to set up a web site to inform and share our activities each other . So we would like to apply for a web site from Voice online communities.
Theydon Garnon is a small rural parish neighbouring Epping Essex. It is in the Brentwood and Ongar Constituency.
Theydon Mount Parish Council A pleasant hamlet and civil parish in the Epping Forest district of the county of Essex. The Parish Council serves a population of c175 adults and comprises: Councillors Peter Connell (Chairman) Keith Farrow (Vice Chairman) Heather Brady Hilliard Brewitt Patrick Bamford Julie Kelley (Parish Clerk) Please email to contact a member of the Parish Council
A consortium of local community groups and interested individuals working together to organise Kingston's annual festival of ideas, Think in Kingston.
Scottish Country Dancing that can be enjoyed by everyone, whether experienced dancer or beginner
The Thornborough Parish Council is responsible for establishing polices for action and decides how money will be raised and spent on behalf of the community. The Council represents and serves the whole community and meets at least once every month in the Thornborough Village Hall.
A not for profit club organising sports events, social events and outings for all ages of villagers of Thornborough and Thornton
Thornley with Wheatley Parish Council
We are a resident association originating in 1938. We cover Thorpe Ward within Runnymede, Surrey.
Thorrington Parish Council is the first tier of local government for the residents of the village of Thorrington located near Brightlingsea in north east Essex.
Three Rivers Learning Partnership promotes learning for adults and families in the Three Rivers area (South West Hertfordshire), highlighting free and low cost opportunities. It runs free Quick Reads Book groups for adults.It works with its Partners to help local people back into work. It brings together organisations providing learning with those representing learners and provides them with information.
A Club that plays Bridge in Thursley, Surrey
The Tidal Crane Association has for 40 years been promoting conservation and enjoyment of the tidal reach of the River Crane. This is our first website!
Community Council is a voluntary organisation set up by statute by the Local Authority and run by local residents to act on behalf of their area. They bring local people together to help make things happen, protect and promote the identity of their community.
Providing information to the community of Tillicoultry. This includes emergency contact numbers, were to get help, doctors details. Information about Tillicoultry, walking cycle routes, history of the village, details of your councillor, Mps, MSP, whats on, local organisations
- To advance Theravada Buddhism in the United Kingdom; - To advance the education of the public concerning and Buddhism as practised in the Burmese culture; - The relief of poverty, sickness and distress arising there from and of old age and in particular but without limiting the foregoing of persons who are adherents of the Buddhism faith.
Together for Sutton is a new service launched in July 2022, designed to bring voluntary sector organisations together to provide a single access point for residentsin the London Borough of Sutton. Residents will be able to obtain information, advice, support and advocacy in one place, empowering them to make informed choices.
Together in Barnet's aim is to tackle homelessness in the London Borough of Barnet. They run a winter shelter within the local community to house rough sleepers from October to March each year.
We are a community group with charitable aims run by local people and volunteers. Since 2010 'Together in the Community' have been providing; food, entertainment, clothing and more for the homeless at our Annual Boxing Day Meal. Our aim is to bring our local community members together whilst offering support to the homeless, elderly and underprivileged people in the community.
Toppesfield Parish Council represents a small parish in North Essex with a population of just over 500.
Transition Town Kingston (TTK) is a community group helping to raise awareness of climate change and encourage the transition to a low-carbon future. We aim to build a resilient local community by: educating and campaigning about climate change; exploring alternatives to fossil-fuels; encouraging sustainable food production and consumption; supporting practical projects; organising events and workshops; sharing information and news...
Triple H Community Choir covers the areas of Hockley, Hawkwell and Hullbridge in Essex. We meet at Hockley & Hawkwell Methodist Church on Monday evenings from 7.30 to 9.30. It is open to anyone of any age or ability. Ability to read music not necessary. We cover music ranging from Les Miserables to Rutter to The Pogues.
A Lending Library for Computers - a free service to local communities everywhere. We refurbish old computers and provide them to the community for free for use at Internet Cafe or to take home. The company is funded entirely from donations both of hardware and cash. We do as much as we can with what is donated.
The community magazine for Totteridge and Terriers. Distributed four times a year with a print run of 3,750 copies.
Mangages allotment sites at Park Road and Wolsey Drive in Kingston.
Typing and basic computing courses for the community.
Local Parish Council for the village of Ugley, Essex
We provide childcare facilities and activities in Ulceby and North Lincolnshire. We are a registered charity & Company Limited by guarantee.
The Church of England parish churches for the villages of Hatfield Heath and Sheering in the Diocese of Chelmsford.
A group of 12 Parish/Town Councils in the Dengie Peninsula has formed to try and get various orgnaisations (CCC and ECC Highways) to take notice that the current plans are not user friendly.
The chapel was built in 1834. In 2011 the church members had voted to close, but this brought a flurry of interest from the village and a desire to help the church and community to re-connect. The URC Synod agreed a year's reprieve to test the viability of this 'church and community' experiment.
Nordic Walking Group based in the Aylesbury Vale Area of Buckinghamshire.
Serving the residents of Bulmer in North Essex in the district of Braintree D C.
Over 60s local to the Kingston Upon Thames borough get together with sit down meal and activities each Thursday.
For demonstrating some of the things you can do with a Voice website. Please do have a look around!
Documentation and help resources for administrators and users of the Voice system.
We help people in our London Borough find positive volunteering roles that fit around work and family life, and support organisations to find and develop strong volunteer teams.
The Village Older Person's Action group has been set up to give the older people of Chalfont St Peter the opportunity to meet together as citizens and exchange views, news and information of interest and concern.