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 Under Fives Preschool provides a positive, caring and supportive environment for children from rising 2yrs 9mths to school age. Our pre-school offers a wide range of activities both indoors and outdoors. We have a large secure multi-surface garden and take advantage of the lovely countryside.
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
A site to mark the centenary
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
Thornley with Wheatley Parish Council
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!
- 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 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.
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...
Tring community church is a group of local people that want to see others come to know Jesus. We sing contemporary Christian songs as well as some hymns, led by our worship band. Our service starts at 10.30 and is usually over by 12.00. Please feel free to come and visit us, we welcome people of all ages.
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.
Trugs and Trowels is a Gardening Club in the village of Campton, Bedfordshire. We meet on the first Monday of every month, 7.30pm-9.00pm. We have talks and demonstrations from members and guests as well as arranging visits to places of interest. There is no membership fee but we ask for people to pay £1.50 when attending to cover expenses.
Typing and basic computing courses for the community.
A trade union branch based in Chorley . Meetings second Monday in every month Venue - Galloway's Blind Centre, Parking at the rear of Chorley Police Station
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.
Over 60`s get together with sit down meal each Thursday.
For demonstrating some of the things you can do with a Voice website. Please do have a look around!
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.
A private Whisky Appreciation Society, meeting quarterly to discuss, taste and discuss whiskies from around the world. Oh, and put the world to rights in the process...
The Aims and Objectives of WalmgateCA are to promote the interests of the residents living in the Walmgate Area of York and to bring together residents, local authorities, voluntary organisations and local businesses to advance education and to provide facilities for training, recreation, Social Welfare, Heritage and Environment in order to improve the conditions of life of the residents.
Support group based at Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford for those who are under investigation or have been diagnosed or have been treated for prostate cancer. The group holds regular meetings for patients and their partners to provide mutual support and to receive and disseminate information about current prostate cancer treatment and developments .
Walton Art Club meet nearly every Wednesday evening from the beginning of September through to the end of June each year. The evenings start at 7pm and run until 9.30pm. Please join us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/waltonartclub/ or read more on our website www.waltonartclub.co.uk
Wandsworth Care Alliance helps local people have an effective voice in their community, particularly in the development of local health and social care services.
We are a small, friendly club, with players of all ages. We meet in the Methodist Church hall, Limpsfield Road on most Thursday evenings, from 8.10 pm until about 10 pm. We play for fun and don't play in competitions or local leagues and we do not require a high standard of play.
Weaste Lane Area Residents Association are a newly formed properly constituted association in South Warrington with the aim to represent, safeguard and promote the interest of residents in our area in matters concerning housing and the local environment.
Wellington LETS (Local Exchange Trading System) is a local community trading group with about 80 members exchanging goods and services in a spirit of harmony and a genuine desire to help each other. Set up in 1993, the currency the group uses is Tones. There is a monthly market on the first Saturday in Friends Meeting House, Wellington, Somerset.
This website is intended to publicise matters of interest and information primarily for the residents of the unadopted section of West Bank in Dorking.
Westbury Medical Centre Patient Participation Group
A virtual Patient Participation Group
West Dorking Resident's Group is a group set up to represent the residents of Dorking in recent planning applications likely to adversely affect the quality of life we all enjoy and to preserve the nature of Dorking as a market town surrounded by green belt countryside.
We are a local residents association made up of volunteers in an area of Bishopbriggs near Glasgow called Wester Cledens. Our aim is to keep our local common area pleasant, appealing and in a good state of repair and for the whole community.
Group led walks of three to five miles. Suburban - Countryside - Health Walks. Monday walks travel further afield. Every second Wednesday is a longer trip on Bus, Train or Coach.
Short Local Group Led Health Walks-Tuesday and Thursday-Meet 10.20am Armley Leisure Centre Leave 10.30am-Monthly Wanders: 2nd Wednesday in the month
Amateur Radio Society
WSA provides a community hub for sports clubs and societies in Wetherby that would otherwise struggle to fund a place of their own.
The Whitby Civic Society tries to instill civic pride in the town. It looks at new planning to see that no damage is done to the character of the town. It educates people in the history of the town. It rewards people who have helped to enhance the character of the town. It also awards Blue Plaques.
Bringing the local news to the blind and partially sighted people of the Basilidon and surrounding areas in an Audio Format.
Resident's Association at The Meres, Barnes, South West London.
A members club providing flat green bowling and short mat bowling for the residents of Winslow and the surrounding area.
Formed in 2007, from relatively small beginnings Winterton Iron (W.I) has grown from strength to strength and now has in excess of 100 members. With the main aims of supporting local charities and encouraging more support for the Iron, in particular to try and get more children to support their local club Scunthorpe United
The club, run jointly by Woking Leisure Centre and a committee of members, offers opportunities for fitness and fun and is open to anyone over the age of 50. There are no joining fees; simply turn up at Woking Leisure Centre to join and enjoy a wide variety of activities. The centre supplies all equipment required.
We are here to develop a thriving, attractive and multifunctional allotment site that benefits members, the local community, and wildlife.
1 to 1 and group counselling for people who have experienced loss due to death and other factors. Also including pre-bereavement and suicide/trauma. All ages including children. Workers also go into local schools.