This is a group which is made up of Baines School 1717 Club (former staff), Baines School Former Pupils Association, and Baines School Alumni.
'Balsall Heath Is Our Planet' is an alliance of groups and individuals in our inner city neighbourhood of Birmingham, which aims to empower people to realise the benefits of a more efficient and sustainable way of life. It is a registered charity.
The Fayre held in The Orchard on Banstead High Street is an exciting and fun community event for all the family with a Parade, stalls, rides and entertainment for all, including dancing around a May Pole. The May Fayre for 2020 is on the 2nd May 2020.
Banwood is a friendly group that meets weekly to enjoy a variety of folk dances. Whether you’re an experienced dancer, a complete beginner or somewhere in between, there’s a warm welcome waiting for you.
The Children & Young People's Network for Bath & North East Somerset offers information, support and strategic representation for voluntary & community sector organisations offering services for children, young people and families in B&NES. The Network aims to raise the profile of the sector in delivering and sustaining services for children and young people in B&NES.
We are locals who are passionate about our environment, the Thames towpath and waterways. We organise weekly group litter picking sessions along the towpath and foreshore between Hammersmith and Barnes Bridges. As no one time works for everyone, we also support anyone who wants to join us to pick up litter in their own time, as and when they can.
A charity set up to convert the redundant church in the village of Barthol Chapel, Aberdeenshire into a hub for the community to use.
The Basil Houghton Memorial Trust is a grant giving Trust, registered with the Charity Commission (no. 1101947). We use our modest resources to make small grants to support people with learning disabilities and their family carers, either directly or through voluntary organisations supporting people with a learning disability within Shropshire.
The Bath Shed is a community organisation based in Bath for (mainly but not exclusively) men and women over 50 years of age who can connect, converse and create. The activities are often similar to those of garden sheds, but for groups of people to enjoy together. They help reduce loneliness and isolation, but most importantly, they’re fun.
A voluntary Thames21 River Action Group, aiming to clear the Battersea foreshore and slipway of litter, removing plastic pollution from the Thames and improving the river for the wildlife and people that use and treasure it.
We aim To Remember all the good times we had and create a legacy for our school. To celebrate a special school with special teachers, pupils, parents and staff that will live with us forever. To raise funds for the creation of an archive to house our collective memories and create a new space for the next generation.
This Group is open to everyone aged 50+, promoting understanding on matters affecting Senior Citizens and encouraging co-operation with similar bodies in the UK, Europe and worldwide. We aim to safeguard and promote the wellbeing of senior citizens, and in particular to ensure that government policy does not disadvantage them in any way, but takes their special needs into account.
We are a growing fellowship Group, our existing members meet for regularly for worship, Bible Studies, Prayers, and local group support. Our aim is to maintain the focus of a transformed life, and to be a positive influence in the community and to support the fellowship of churches of Jesus Christ throughout the world; giving hope and encouragement to others.
The Club’s activities include weekly Sunday rambles in Surrey and surrounding areas, usually 3 full day and 1 half day each month. There are also some social events during the year. There are no formalities; if you wish to join a ramble, turn up at the starting point at the time stated - please see current programme.
A not for profit folk dance club, who meet every Friday evening for a mixture of English, American, and Scotish dances. We have a good mix of men v Ladies. all ages welcome. We dance to recorded music as well as live bands, All of our dances are called with an expericence call which changes each week.
We are your local friendly lawn bowling club in the heart of Beckenham. Lawn bowls is a great way to relax, make new friends and feel part of the community. Whether you are male or female aged 18 or 88, you’re never too young or too old to give this fantastic sport a try. Come and try us for free.
The Bedford National Trust Association is a voluntary association of National Trust Members and Volunteers that was founded in 1978 to promote and prosper the work of the National Trust.
We're a friendly bunch of folk, of all ages, united by a passion for writing, be it for fun or with an aim to have our work published. We offer support by listening to each other's work, engaging in discussion and giving feedback.
Beersheba-Living Well is a Charitable Incorporated Organizsation (CIO) that embeds cultural and lived experience to empower people from all ethnic backgrounds in Hackney and neighboring boroughs to improve self-care through peer supported group learning programs and healthy activities, to increase personal health literacy and inform health-related decision for their wellbeing.
The East Twickenham Belgian Refugee Project researches the unique history of the 1WW Belgian Refugee Community in Richmond & Twickenham, and works to make this known in publications and by public commemoration. It acts for the East Twickenham Centennial Group in partnership with the Friends of Cambridge & Warren Gardens.
A volunteer community gardening group, working in partnership with Beverley Town Council. The group was created to enhance the townscape of Beverley for residents and visitors alike by providing colourful planting in all central areas of the town. We also work at the railway station, in collaboration with Northern Rail, to improve and maintain the surrounding area.
A group originally set up to oppose a speculative housing proposal for the beautiful and unique Georgian town of Bewdley. We now keep watch for any further threats to rural character of the landscape surrounding the conservation area of the town. Our website provides a record of the communities campaigning activities and an archive of pictures of the events.
An amateur choir with about 40 members which rehearses and performs 3 concerts a year. The content ranges from the classical to the more modern. The concerts are staged in local churches. We also give Christmas Carol performances in local elderly persons homes.
We are a no-profit organisation promoting and arranging our town's twinning with the towns of Chauvigny in Vienne, France and Fishers in Indiana, USA. Twinning charters have been signed by both towns and the arrangements are supported by Billericay Town Council.
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.
Privately run Community House managed by trustees for the benefit of the village of Birdbrook and the local community. Available to hire for local clubs and functions.
Birdbrook Parish Council covers Birdbrook, Finkle Green and Baythorne End. A picturesque village church, play areas in both Birdbrook and Baythorne End, two pubs a thatched community house with the beautifully kept Birdbrook Bowls Club to the rear, these are just some of the highlights of our Parish.
A group meet-up where young adults (18 - 30s) with autism can play board games, RPGs, TCGs and table-top war games. Meeting fortnightly on a Tuesday at a Griffin Gaming in Erdington High Street.
Founded in 1936 by a small group of enthusiastic Model Engineers. 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.
Founded in 1952 we are the main gardening club in North West Edinburgh
The Black Heroes Foundation is about developing cultural awareness, promoting a world where Black Heroes are acknowledged, respected and celebrated. A community based charity developing and promoting talent, together with cultural and artistic initiatives in the community focusing on youth, education, training, social up-lifting and personal development. We deliver Black Heroes theatrical and musical events in communities across the UK.
Black Horse Allotments is based on Old Park Road, Wednesbury, West Midlands. We are a friendly site and we have a wealth of allotmenteering experience to share. If you need help with your spuds or if you have a question about growing your first tomato plant, we're here to help.
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.
Blean Folk Dancers organises weekly English folk dance sessions in the Village Hall in Blean (near Canterbury). All are welcome, whether beginners or experienced dancers and participants may come from all over East Kent. There is a small fee to cover the cost of the hall hire, a fee for the caller and sundries. The dances are great social occasions.
A symphony orchestra based in London for all emergency services workers. The aim of the orchestra is to raise awareness of mental illness.
Award winning voluntary fundraising group. Helping pets In Need.
A friendly group who meet to have demonstrations, talks, workshops and just to paint together. We meet from October to April each year. Meetings are on second Tuesday evenings and last Wednesday afternoons.
Boreham Village Hall
This modern, spacious and well maintained hall in Boreham has three separate halls for hire. Bookings are taken from either one-off, occasional or regular hirers. If you're looking to hire a hall for meetings, parties or other occasions.
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.
BHCAC is a regional charity with 25 years of experience in helping disadvantaged and marginalised Londoners from the West Balkans and individuals from the wider Brent community experiencing socio-economic disadvantage to improve their lives. The Charity is a user-led organisation with several quality marks in place, a member of local, regional and national networks and part of Brent Advice Partnership.
Town Twinning association linked with Octeville-sur-mer near Le Havre, in Normandy, France. A friendly group, no need to speak French, but open mind & sense of humour helpful. We meet socially 4-5 times a year & organise alternating exchange visits.
Bourne End Chess Club in South Buckinghamshire competes in both the Buckinghamshire and Berkshire Chess Leagues.
The Bourne End Chess Congress is an annual one day rapid play tournament which usually takes place on a Sunday in March or April. The congress consists of five rounds and is divided into sections containing 12-20 players.
As an officially recognised volunteer group of the NationalTrust, BNTV organises voluntary work parties across a number of National Trust sites and properties, predominantly in the Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire region.
A community centre for groups and communities to come together . We have numerous rooms to hire including in our main Hall a stage some rooms also have kitchens. We hold numerous events like markets fairs Bowburn Fun Day and much more . We also have a large car park.
Bowburn is a village 4 1/2 miles from the city of Durham in the North East of England . The site is designed to help people in regards to whats happenning in the community and what is available.
Bowburn is a village 4 1/2 miles from the City of Durham in the North East of England and this site is designed to help you find out about anything in the village and surrounding areas .
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.
Representing homeowners on the Brackenhill Park development in Hamilton, South Lanarkshire. The Association seeks to promote the upkeep, maintenance, safety and wellbeing of the development in the interests of residents. The Association is set up and run by volunteer residents. Anyone who is a resident is welcome to join our board.
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.
Self help group for unpaid carers, information on local activities, help with bereavement and many other issues. Venues are provided free of charge in Bradenstoke and Lyneham. We meet monthly and are supported by health professionals from various organisations
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.
This official website provides Council and general village information. The Parish Council is the third tier of Government and looks after the residents of Bradwell on Sea
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 Association brings together the Parish and Town Councils within the borough of Braintree as a sector voice to help influence decisions taken by Braintree District Council that affect member Councils either individually or as a whole.
Re-named from Braishfield Horticultural Society, the Club aims to host talks on all matters garden related and visit local gardens during the Summer months.
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 !
Breaking Out of the Bubble, formerly People First Lambeth is a Disabled People’s Organisation that offers self-advocacy groups to adults with learning disabilities. As well as a regular group meetings, we provide training and projects with a range of Educational, Health and Social Care providers.
With more than 20 years of history, Brecon and District Swimming Club offers young swimmers opportunities to develop their swimming skills beyond Swim School. New members are always welcome! We are a friendly and competitive club, offering training for 8 - 18 year olds, encouraging 3 levels of swimming - Train to Train Train to Compete Train to Win
It consists of the nine independent Parish Councils that provide community and civic services in the rural areas of the district. The BBPA’s aims include sharing information and resources among members as well as representing the Parishes’ joint concerns to the Borough Council.
This lovely group was born (excuse the pun) out of a conversation I unexpectedly had with a small group of parents in my town. We have a strong and thriving community here but one thing we lacked was a group for parents of pre-schoolers and it became quite apparent from conversations, that is was needed!
Build Back Better in Brighton and Hove (BBB in B & H) was launched by Brighton and Hove in July 2020. Nationally, Compass campaigns for a more equal, democratic and sustainable society and BBB in B & H is working to build on those principles to achieve positive change in our city post Covid-19.
Living Streets Brighton and Hove aims to promote the idea of Brighton and Hove as a walkable city, accessible to and enjoyed by everyone to help create sustainable liveable communities for all of us, whoever we are and wherever we live in the city.
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.
We are a group of volunteers promoting Abula Game as one of those traditional games of different ethnics group in London. Abula Game is simple and delightful for everyone that want to try something new, fun, and relaxing. Our session takes place @ South Norwood Water Lake Park.SE25 4DX and led by Abula-boy with over 20+years playing/coaching experiences.
BPV is an independent charity representing the views of local parents and carers of children & young people (0-25 yrs) with SEND living in Bromley for over 12 years.
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. 

A long-established charity which applies investment income to assist needy persons in the parish of Broomfield, Essex. Alternative operational name Woollard's Trust Charity number 225563 Now able to give grants over a wider geographical area.
Broxtowe Community Projects is a self referral food, baby, hygiene and pet food bank offering in person and delivery of essential food parcels to residents living in Broxtowe. We also provide warm banks, pay as you feel meals, social eating and education classes as well as some day trip to those facing the indignity of poverty.
Bryniau Brithdir Management
A not for profit organisation run by unpaid directors who manage and maintain local grounds for a mainly elderly community. We also help residents with any day to day tasks, requests or heavy loads etc. We have an excellent team of gardeners who help to keep the grounds looking it’s best for all our residents and visitors to enjoy.
BSCA is a friendly badminton club, based in Barnet, that enjoys playing social & competitive badminton throughout the year. BSCA fields teams in the Enfield,and South West Herts leagues. Feather shuttles are used for both Club and Match nights.
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.
A friendly walking group of approximately 60 members. We walk every other weekend on alternate Saturdays and Sundays. Our walks average between 8 and 10 miles, local and in the Cotswolds, Chilterns and the unique countryside of Oxfordshire, Warwickshire and Northamptonshire. We also have a monthly mid-week walk between 5 and 6 miles, finishing at a Public House for lunch.
The Buckinghamshire County Chess Association governs the affiliated Buckinghamshire Chess Clubs, the Bucks League and Bucks Individual competitions. It also organises teams for inter-county competition and manages local grading/rating issues. The BCCA is affiliated to The English Chess Federation and to the Southern Counties Chess Union.
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.
A group of residents who wish to take advantage of buying their domestic oil at a lower price per litre, than if they were to order individually.
A site for enthusiastic supporters for history of this North East area of Essex. Discovering Bulmer’s past residents and their properties.
We are about to start Bungay Community Choir, as volunteer led organisation, situated at Holy Trinity Church and rehearse weekly to perform in and around Bungay. We are looking at a steering group; myself (Musical Director), Terry & Linda. Approx 30 singers.
The Association’s objects are to safeguard as far as it is able the interests of the residents in matters appertaining to:- local government in so far as it applies to residents; the well being of the village in general; any other matter deemed desirable by the majority at a general meeting.
Burridge Village Hall is available for hire by regular or occasional users. The facilities it offers are described in the website.
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.