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 .
We are a volunteer-led support group based in Walsall UK and the surrounding areas. We provide support for people with Fibromyalgia and/or M.E/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), including post-viral fatigue or M.E/CFS triggered by Long-COVID.
Walton Art Club meet on Thursday evening from the beginning of September through to the end of June each year. The evenings start at 7pm and run until 9.30pm.
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.
Waterside Climate Action Network - a forum to help people in the Waterside live in a more sustainable way.
We are a community non-profit set up to help the local people of Waterside, New Forest, UK to re-love clothing, shoes and accessories. We aim to reduce clothing going into landfill, encourage community engagement and provide support for those in poverty.
Tewin Stores is a community shop run by volunteers. It is registered as an Industrial and Provident Society under the Co-operative and Communities Act 2014. The shop sells household goods and has a cafe offering teas, coffees and light meals. It is run by the village for the residents of Tewin and the surrounding area.
Wellbeing in Education. A World where every child can access opportunities to achieve their full - and individual - potential in all areas of life. Providing services for children, educators and families academically and emotionally particularly for those most disadvantaged
Wembury allotments are in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the South Hams, Devon. Our committee is a group of tenants, advised by the National Trust ( site owners ), who run all the activities associated with an allotment. The site is unusual as it is accessible to the public who can walk through it and enjoy the gardens.
We are a crown green bowling club founded by the Cadbury family, and located in the Bournville Village Trust area of southwest Birmingham. Our focus is mainly on social bowling, although we do run two teams in the SouthWest Birmingham Over-60's league, and play competitive "friendlies" against several local clubs through the season.
A Christmas light display each November/December for Macmillan cancer support, in Westbourne Grove Westcliff on Sea Essex.
Westcliff Drop-In Centre was established in 1987 and became a registered charity in 1997. The main focus of the Centre is to work as an independent, community Anchor Organisation responding to the needs of the residents of the Westcliff housing estate and surrounding areas.
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.
On behalf of the charity, the village hall provides activities for the benefit of the local community such as Bingo, Charity Auctions, Coffee Mornings, District Council Polling, District Council Surgeries, Film Parties, Pantomimes, Parish Council, Private Parties, Themed Food Evenings, Quizzes. It is also available for users who live outside the village.
Whitby Civic Society cares deeply about the town's past, present and future. Join us and help to make our wonderful town an even better place to live, work and visit.
The Buckinghamshire village of Whitchurch has an active Community and Neighbourhood Plan Group which has taken over the village website management.
We are a village hall serving the communities of Whitechapel and Inglewhite, established for many years, with 2 large halls, commercial kitchen and stage The hall is used by Whitechapel Village school for its facilites, by a number of local groups including scouts, WI, and the local drama society. Facilities also include bowling green and multi use games area
Our group aim to protect the environment and improve the quality of the park. Raising funds for park improvements. Undertaking projects to enhance and maintain the bio-diversity, historical features and structures and attractions within the park. We run two successful gardening groups for adults and children. Organise themed events for all the community throughout the year. New members always welcome!
Allotments on Whitehill Street West. Founded in the late 1800's with a long tradition of providing plots in the locality with an active committee assisting the site, local community, mental health groups and membership enjoy a positive, rewarding allotment experience. This site is not used as a social media communication platform, only for info & documentation regarding the society.
The aim of the the club is to play and promote badminton for all. We have members of all abilities from beginners to league players. We offer competitive sociable badminton through participation in local leagues and club sessions. Club Sessions are held on Thursday evenings in the new Large Sports Hall in Queen Elizabeth High School, Hexham.
Widdington Parish Council are a group of currently 7 volunteer Parish Councillors who work hard for the benefit of all Widdington residents.
Wildings WI is an online Women's Institute hosted by the West Sussex Federation of WIs but open to all women, wherever they are in the world. Our monthly meetings are held on Zoom at 11am on the 4th Saturday of the month.
An adult, amateur, mixed voice singing group which meets on Monday mornings from 11:00am at Central Park, Peterborough, UK. A love of singing is the only entry criteria.
Join the campaign to save our trees and open up hidden land to the community We are a group of local, concerned citizens of Lee in the London Borough of Lewisham campaigning to preserve
The aims of the Group are: - To raise awareness of the plight of Swifts in Winchcombe (and the UK) - To support the fitting of Swift boxes in the town - To encourage the fitting of Swift (universal) bricks on new builds in the town (and the County
Windsor Drive is an estate of 126 Flats in its own private grounds located in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire. The purpose of this web site is a resource for all flat owners and those living on the estate. We will include information on the estate, Neighbourhood Watch and local services.
Windsor Lifeguards is a voluntary lifeguard club. Affiliated to The Royal Life Saving Society UK (RLSS), we share the vision ‘To safeguard lives in, on and near water’.
We aim to create a better, greener future for Winchcombe in Gloucestershire. We are a community effort (registered charity number 1203637) to tackle climate change and improve our natural environment. We do this by engaging residents and businesses, raising awareness, initiating and encouraging actions across our town and working with other local groups to achieve common aims.
A members club providing flat green bowling and short mat bowling for the residents of Winslow and the surrounding area.
A small, friendly, walking group open to anyone who enjoys walking and exploring the local countryside across public footpaths, canals, river banks and villages. We offer a good variety of weekend walks throughout the year of around 4-5 miles, within a 20 mile radius of Winslow, Buckinghamshire. A shorter midweek walk on one Wednesday each month is also usually available.
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 Shed is a space for mainly retirement-aged men to connect, converse and create. It is a place to pursue practical interests, gain and practice new skills and to socialise. We've a well-equipped workshop and are regularly involved in projects with local community groups. Our clubhouse is equipped with the necessities of life; kettle, fridge, TV and plenty of biscuits!
WMS is committed to working with the wider community. We will actively help charities that benefit others. We want to promote understanding, respect and cohesion within our diverse communities. Test Site
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.
The Women’s Budget Group is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that monitors the impact of government policies on men and women. We put forward policies for a more gender equal future and build the capacity of women and women’s groups to participate in economic debates.
Wonder Wards
Wonder Wards is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation that aims to improve the quality of life for children suffering from life limiting condition. This is achieved by offering grants to children's hospitals, hospices and families; granting wishes to the children; and financially aiding the families of these children and young people with life limiting conditions.
The Wonersh Memorial Hall Trust owns the village hall and lets it to residents of Wonersh as well as those living in areas around Wonersh.
We are a voluntary conservation group in north west Leeds, established in 1995, to turn around the decline of an un-managed, under-resourced and apparently unloved wooded public park, and we're still at it. We carry out practical woodland management tasks, path maintenance and litter picking at our monthly Action Days.
Woodley Village Hall, in Romsey, is available for weddings, birthday parties and functions of all kinds. The Hall is a registered charity and is owned by trustees and administered by a management committee on behalf of local residents.
Parents, Teachers and Friends association raising funds through various events for the The Woodroffe School in Lyme Regis.
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.
World Jazz Collective provides training and participation for aspiring jazz musicians of a reasonable standard who can read music. Music styles include jazz, funk, swing, latin and world music, band rehearsals take place on Tuesday evenings in Christ Church, Virginia Water. The collective plays occasional gigs at pubs and clubs in north Surrey.
Not for profit promotion of the life and works of Victorian artist John Martin from his birthplace of Haydon Bridge
Wotton Parish Council is a civil parish serving Wotton, including Ranmore and Broadmoor, in the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)
A Group interested in the history of Wrangle, a village in Lincolnshire on the Wash coastline.
Allotment site on the outskirts of South West Birmingham, with 40 plots for tennants of all ages and backgrounds.
Providing a Holistic approach to Christianity by providing practical and spiritual resources for the public,regardless of their age,ethnicity and disposition with a particular emphasis on building families and raising leaders.
Yesoid is the go-to organisation for boys and teens from the orthodox Jewish community of Greater Manchester. Our team of professionals can provide assessments, individual mentoring, and referrals. Our aim is to help children and their families build healthy, successful, and joyous lives.
Guildford Ying Wah Chinese School is a small non profit Chinese school which serves Guildford, Woking, Aldershot, Farnham, Farnborough, Leatherhead and the surrounding areas. The school aims to teach the Chinese language (Mandarin & Cantonese) and culture to people of all ages and backgrounds.
The York House Society is Twickenham's oldest amenity society. It was formed in 1924 from the committee of councillors and local residents that was originally set up in 1922, to persuade the then Urban District Council to buy York House for conversion to a town hall.
Youth Voice is a youth leadership and social change organisation.