Community Websites A-Z

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.
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.
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...
This is the website for the Wadham Close Neighbourhood Watch Scheme where you can find the up to date news and advice for Wadham Close, Shepperton, TW17 9HT, UK.
Parish Council serving the communtity of Wakes Colne
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, M.E/CFS (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome), including 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.
A village hall in South Cumbria providing a meeting space and events for the local community.
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.
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 You supports the elderly/over 65's their families and carers.
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.
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.
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.
Amateur Radio Society
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.
Whitstable View Allotment Association has about 80 plots and is located on Millstrood Road Whitstable.
Whitstable View Allotment Association has about 80 plots and is located on Millstrood Road Whitstable.
Promoting good gardening and horticultural issues in and around Wickham Bishops, Essex
Wickham Bishops is a village in the county of Essex with a population of just over 2000 residents.
Widdington Parish Council are a group of currently 6 volunteer Parish Councillors who work hard for the benefit of all Widdington residents.
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 are a community organisation set up to communicate, educate and encourage Winchcombe, in Gloucestershire, to become a Green town. We are working in the following areas:- Transport Homes & energy Reduce, re-use and re-cycle Rewilding and planting Green Finance Community action and we are collaborating with our council to co-ordinate actions on the above.
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
Group for residents of Wintringham, St Neots
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 Woking Music Festival gives musicians and actors of all ages and ability levels the opportunity to perform in public to a sympathetic audience and to receive feedback from well-qualified and respected adjudicators.