A club for adults with a mild learning disability and their families.
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 View Residents
This is a site for residents of Royal View Brighton
Royal Wells Park Residents
Tunbridge Wells - Royal Wells Park - Residents
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.
Muslim organisation serving the areas of Egham, Englefield Green, Old Windsor, Thorpe and Staines (north Surrey), holding activities and Friday prayers at Jurgens Centre. Runnymede Muslim Society is registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales. Our charity number is 1176152.
Local Government, Parish of Chelmsford, Essex. Two wards, East and West.
Rural Surrey LEADER is a capital grant funding programme for rural businesses, rural communities farmers and foresters. It runs from 2014 through to 2020.
We are a friendly social badminton club play weekly in Purley
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.
This is the website for the UK SATb2 Gene trust, we are parents and carers of people born with a rare genetic disorder, commonly known as SATb2 Associated Syndrome.
We are a Council-managed allotment site in Edinburgh.
Jubilee Pool in Knowle, Bristol has been put up for closure by Bristol City Council for the 3rd time in 10 years. The pool is well used, the pool is well loved, the pool must be re-opened and saved.
Kingston Bereavement Service runs the Saying Goodbye Project for children and young people who have been bereaved.
The School & Family Works
Residents Association working with families and local communities.
Scoriton and Buckfastleigh Twinning Association promotes cultural exchanges and strong links with our French counterparts in Fontaine-Henry, Normandy
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.
A local community group based in the Seaton Linksfield neighbourhood boundary. We welcome all residents of the Seaton and Linksfield neighborhoods. We established the group in 2017 and have our meetings at Seaton Community Centre. Contact: Alan Parker (Chairman) - chair@seatonlinksfield.co.uk Lewis McGill (Vice Chair) - vice-chair@seatonlinksfield.co.uk
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.
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.
Parish council covers two wards of Epping Forest District Council, Sheering village and Lower Sheering. Situated in the county of Essex, but with Bishops Stortford Hertfordshire as our Post Town.
Shepherds Hill Allotments are located in Crouch End, North London
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.
Shey Copse Wednesday Aches and pains rollup
In informal group who meet on a Wednesday morning to play golf, chat over a coffee and have a good time. For access to the group please email Achesandpainsrollup@gmail.com
ADVANCEMENT OF THERAVADA BUDDHISM IN THE UK THROUGH THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A MONASTERY FOR BUDDHIST MONKS WHO PROMOTE THE PRACTICE OF BUDDHISM IN THE BURMESE CULTURE BY MEANS OF CONNECTED ACTIVITIES AND RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION
Solace is a UK registered charity (No. 1162864) which focuses on poverty alleviation and furthering the Christian Faith. We believe in partnerships, in respect for all and in encouraging people to earn incomes through employment and enterprise. Solace also operates beyond the UK.
We are a social group for those aged 30+ primarily in the Taunton area, although we have members throughout Somerset. We arrange short walks, theatre trips, concerts, meals out and other social events that are put forward by members. Our group is very friendly and we welcome new members to join us.
A Transition Southampton initiative aimed at helping people find green businesses, community enterprises, and sustainable-themed community groups in and around Southampton.
South Bedfordfordshire Association of National Trust Members is a supporter association of the National Trust, with members and volunteers, founded in 1981 to promote the work of the National Trust and raise funds.
Southeast London ReStore will take reusable surplus and waste from businesses and distribute it to schools, community groups and individual makers and artists.
As Scouts, we believe in preparing young people with skills for life. We encourage our young people to do more, learn more and be more. Each week, we give over 460,000 young people the opportunity to enjoy fun and adventure while developing the skills they need to succeed. #SkillsForLife
South Farnham Residents' Association (SOFRA) represents the views of local residents in South Farnham, Surrey, on public issues of common concern in order to preserve the unique character of the area. SOFRA is a member of the National Organisation of Residents Associations, of which The Chairman is currently on the Main Committee.
South Molton has been twinned with Livarot in Normandy for more than forty years; we meet monthly in South Molton, and we visit Livarot every other year, alternating with our French friends coming to visit us. Many happy times have been spent learning about their way of life.
A Church of England Parish made up of four rural Essex villages with four Parish Churches and a population of 1350 located in the west of the Diocese of Chelmsford. The four Churches are St Edmund Abbess Roding, St Botolph Beauchamp Roding, St Michael & All Angels Leaden Roding and St Martin White Roding.
SRA is a registered charity providing employment training and support to people with long term mental health problems. We run three social enterprises giving real work experience in cleaning, catering and printing. We support people who want to improve their employment skills and return to work. We also offer basic computer skills and help with CVs and courses.
Southwark Dementia Action Alliance brings together a wide range of organisations based in this London borough or serving its residents who want to play their part in making the local community more dementia friendly. It is open to retailers, care providers, health bodies, emergency services, faith groups, voluntary and community organisations and any other interested bodies.
A new network of growing and garden projects across Southwark.
South West Surrey Compass is a local group of Compass, an organisation founded on the belief that no single organisation or political party can make a Good Society a reality by themselves so we have to work together to make it happen and create the visions, alliances and actions to be the change we wish to see in the world.
The society was formed in 1978 with the aim of promoting an interest in all aspects of local history. Its main activity in pursuit of this aim is a monthly meeting when an invited speaker talks about a subject of local history interest. The Society has organised a number of local history exhibitions and runs a Recording Reminiscences project.
Spartan SC aims to provide each person, within accepted limitations, as near as normal a swimming experience as possible. The aim is that the swimmer will have an enjoyable time and receive some freedom from the constrictions of a disability. In the process a swimmer’s mobility and capability in the water may well be extended.
Spelthorne Neighbourhood Watch Steering Group(SNHW) has over 290 registered co-ordinators across the borough, who administer a watch. The role is not onerous and we always welcome new co-ordinators and watches so we can increase the number of homes covered (currently approx.12,890).
Sports club for disabled people location Spelthorne Leisure Centre on Saturday mornings 10:15-11:45.
Network of single parents in Brighton & Hove & surrounding areas in Sussex. Members can link up online via our Facebook group and receive messages regarding useful information, events and activities. Emphasis on free and low cost opportunities.
An amateur, community drama group, founded over 25 years ago, based in the Spring Grove area of Kingston, with members from a wider area. The group stages four or five shows a year, most running for two evenings and including supper. Over the last ten years, over £20,000 has been donated to charities chosen by the members.
Staines Helping Hands are part of the charitable Good Neighbours schemes set up by volunteers and supported by Surrey Community Action, their website is as follows: https://www.surreyca.org.uk/find-a-good-neighbour/ Our aims are to help those in need of assistance living in the Staines upon Thames area.