Volunteer run not-for-profit membership club providing hard tennis court and grass croquet facilities for the local community of Binsted, Hampshire and surrounding villages, located at the Binsted Recreation Ground.
Founded in 1936 by a small group of enthusiastic Model Engineers, the Birmingham Society of Model Engineers has grown to become a club with one of the largest memberships in the United Kingdom. The aim of the Society is simple: to bring together persons from all walks of life who share a common interest in model engineering and its heritage.
Bishops Nympton Flower & Vegetable Show Committee is a not for profit Community organisation, which has put on the Villages annual Flower & Vegetable Show for the last 75 years.
Founded in 1952 we are the main gardening club in North West Edinburgh
The Council provides community services for a population of more than 3,000 in a widespread rural civil parish in Essex approximately equidistant between Chelmsford, Chipping Ongar and Brentwood. Elected councillors serve four-year terms of office in a totally voluntary capacity alongside a full-time Clerk assisted by a Responsible Financial Officer.
The Bloomsbury Association is open to anyone who lives, works or visits Bloomsbury. There is no membership fee. We are dedicated to the preservation of our architectural and cultural heritage.
We are an action group of local residents trying to make our community a better, safer and happier place.
A symphony orchestra based in London for all emergency services workers. The aim of the orchestra is to raise awareness of mental illness.
A club run by the members to enable them to enjoy the sport of curling. The club is open to all and carries out most of its activity at the Peak sports centre in Stirling.
Registered Charity organisation focused on improving the quality of the lives of most disadvantaged and marginalised communities; Londoners from West Balkans and wider local community. The quality endorsed organisation has over 20 years of experience of supporting its community through the provision of wide range of services and activities including Outreach Welfare Advice at Harlesden library (Harlesden Community Hub).
The association aims to protect and enhance the amenities and semi-rural environment of the Bourne, Farnham. We - review planning applications, highways, footpaths, public spaces, tree preservation orders and the stream - support local shops and businesses - contact authorities on matters that could adversely affect quality of life in the Bourne. - monitor potential threats to locally listed buildings.
Bowers Gifford and North Benfleet is a small semi-rural village located east of Basildon between Pitsea and Thundersley. The place-name 'Bowers Gifford' is first mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. The Parish Council was established in 2010 and currently has six Parish Councillors. Parish Council meetings are held monthly on the last Wednesday in the month.
Bowland-with-Leagram is a civil parish in the Ribble Valley district of Lancashire, England, covering part of the Forest of Bowland. According to the census, the parish had a population of 181 in 1951, 128 in 2001 and 169 at the Census 2011.
An association of residents of the Bracondale area of Norwich UK. The Association exists to preserve the special character of the neighbourhood and to foster communication between its residents.
The Council provides parish council representation and services to the residents of Bradenham village and parts of Walters Ash.
Bradwell-on-Sea Flower Show and Companion Dog Show is a local annual show where people can exhibit their produce, cooking or art. It also includes a dog show and a large fair on the village playing field.
Briar Road allotments in Twickenham are close to the river Crane and Kneller Gardens. The Briar Road Allotments Holders Association committee meets once a month and organises charity events that raise money for the maintenance of our communal hut and projects that benefit the plot holders.
The Braintree Society is a small charity concerned for the history, heritage and environment of Braintree and its surrounding district. To this end, it undertakes its own projects and makes grants, normally not exceeding £1000, to other organisations to support appropriate work that benefits the public.
Braunton, a lively village in North Devon, is twinned with Plouescat in Brittany, France. Plouescat, near Roscoff, is of similar size and outlook to Braunton. The purpose of the twinning organisation is to promote understanding and friendship between the two communities, and to have a lot of fun. All ages are involved and new members are most welcome !
A group where mostly pensioners who have taken an interest in digital photography come to share and discuss their problems with their new found hobby.
From tackling modern slavery on our streets to standing up for Fairtrade: together, the co-operative movement and its political Party – the Co-operative Party – are working to build a society where power and wealth are shared.
Connecting the British Chinese Community. We are a group of volunteers who organize social & professional networking events for the British Chinese community within the North West.
A new site in Bromley
To provide practical information and support for voluntary groups that deliver services for children, young people and families in the Borough of Bromley
Bromley Well offers a new approach to supporting the health, wellbeing & independence of Bromley residents.
The group was formed to research, promote and conserve historical sites, items and information relating to Brompton by Northallerton, North Yorkshire and its environs, and to support others in doing so. 

Holiday Village, approximately 330 Swedish style holiday homes set in the Natural beauty of Snowdonia National Park. A mix of Freehold and Leasehold owners (typically 50 year). Owners pay Trawsfynydd Holiday's Ltd (THL) annual management fee (typically £1300) to maintain tracks, drains, utilities, etc.. THV own buildings, land, site office and shop, and run holiday lets
The Parish Council for the civic parish of Broughton-in-Amounderness, in Lancashire. Broughton is steeped in history, and is just 4 miles north of Preston on the A6 to Lancaster.
Official website of Broughton Town Council with links to organisations and clubs within the Town. General information for the visitor about the history and importance of Broughton in North Lincolnshire.
A local Neighbourhood Watch scheme covering 1500 homes in the Gosforth are of Newcastle upon Tyne.
The Community Centre offers a letting service at reasonable rates with many discounts, some up to 45%. The Centre has two halls, a main hall and a smaller hall, which can be hired separate or both together. There is also a full catering kitchen.
白金汉郡中文学校 The Buckinghamshire Chinese language School is a local community weekend school has been established in the High Wycombe area since 1990s. This a non-profit making voluntary organisation and ran by volunteers for the benefit of children regardless of background who wishes to learn Mandarin Chinese up to a minimum of GCSE standard. Voluntary teachers are always welcome.
This association exists to promote interest in the organ and organ music. Membership is open to anyone who wishes to join us from neighbouring counties and beyond. It provides a monthly programme of visits to churches, and elsewhere, to play organs, holds lectures, and arranges recitals. The Association provides a printed annual programme of events, and regular newsletters.
Bucks NARF is the Buckinghamshire Branch of the National Association of Retired Firefighters. Membership of the National Association is open to any retired uniformed member of the UK Fire & Rescue Services and is normally administered through local Branches. The Bucks Branch serves the area of Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service which covers the County of Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes.
Our aim is to develop chess skills for juniors in Buckinghamshire. We organize chess coaching and county team matches for U9, U11, U14 and U18 age groups. This site provides information about the Bucks Youth Chess Association, details of forthcoming events and their related results.
In the heart of Burringham, the Village Hall is a community facility for the hosting of parties, special events, meetings and a wide range of regular activities for young and old alike.
Burrington Parish Council represents a small parish in North Somerset with a population of about 500.
A venue for holding meetings and business functions. Special events, dances/discos, wedding receptions etc. Full catering facilities available. All at competive rates.
Community charitable organisation that supports the 180 year tradition of dressing Wells in Buxton. Provides training to allow continuation of traditional crafts. Supports annual town carnival.
Buy4NorthernLincolnshire is a collaborative web resource established by a number of public sector procurers across North and North East Lincolnshire to collectively develop resources that can assist local firms in competing for procurement / contract opportunities.
Known as 'The charity that supports volunteers and voluntary organisations'. With a track record of helping to build and strengthen our local communities, transforming the lives of those getting involved, CAD Volunteer Centre has supported charities and community groups for over 50 years, linking individuals and groups of people wishing to volunteer with non-profit organisations needing help from volunteers.
Calder Vale Country Club is located in a superb rural position on the hills overlooking the market town of Garstang, just north of Preston, Lancashire. We are a not for profit club which engage in bringing together local communities to enjoy themselves and to meet others.
Formed in 1946, Camberley Natural History Society is a lively group with an extensive programme of indoor and outdoor meetings. Indoor meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month (except August), at High Cross Church, Knoll Road, Camberley at 7.30.pm President: Dr Pat Morris, MBE Chairman: Bernard Baverstock 01276 22574 Honorary Programme Secretary: Joan Morrad 01276 22574
The Cambridge Road Estate Residents Association (CRERA) is a Voluntary Organisation which represents the Residents of the Estate.
Welcome to the website for the Cambridge Road Estates Community Group. The Cambridge Road Estates Community Group aims to represent and express the views of the community about environmental and housing issues to the local authority and other public bodies as well as to plan, promote and finance events and or activities on the estates or for the benefit of ...
The Camden New Town Festival Commitee formed to organise an annual festival in Camden Square.
Campton Village Hall is run as a charity by a Management Committee made up of volunteers. The hall is hired out for meetings, various activity classes, workshops and village social functions, as well as private functions, such as birthday parties, funeral teas etc. The hall serves the Parish of Campton & Chicksands, as well as surrounding areas.
The Canary Wharf Catholic Community is simply the community that has grown up around the celebration of the Mass in the Canary Wharf Prayer Room.