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A friendly group of keen and aspiring calligraphers. We meet on the first Saturday of the month in the Church Hall, St John’s Street, Rastick HD6 1HN (near Brighouse Railway Station). We have a choice of classes, a shop and a library. Beginners welcome.
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.
The Caledonian Hillwalking Club is a sociable walking group going out by coach on the 3rd Sunday of each month (2nd Sunday in December followed by Christmas meal). We offer walks to meet a range of preferences from low to high level and guests are always welcome subject to space on the bus. We also organise occasional hosteling weekends away.
An opportunity for take part in a group activity while learning new skills not only keeping fit but learning life skills in team-building, working towards goals, time keeping and dedication. To take part in competitions, events and working with all abilities,cultures, and social economic backgrounds building on their skills. With the main motivation to encourage children to dream and achieve!
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
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 ...
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 has grown up around the celebration of the Mass in the Canary Wharf Prayer Room. All are welcome.
Canbury & Riverside Association (CARA) is a non-political and purely voluntary organisation whose aims and objectives are the protection and enhancement of amenities within the area bordered by Richmond Road to the east, Lower Kings Road & Canbury Place to the south, the River Thames to the west and Hawker Leisure Centre to the north. CARA campaigns on key issues ...
Cantanti Camerati is a Richmond based Chamber Choir specialising in unaccompanied English music. It rehearses under the auspices of Richmond Adult Community College and is affiliated to Richmond-upon-Thames Arts Council. Registered charity no. 287337-R
The civil parish of Capel consists of 3 villages namely Beare Green, Capel and Coldharbour. The Executive, Planning and Finance committees meet monthly, the public can attend all meetings. Agendas, Minutes and all contact details are available on this web-site.
For parents/carers and school age children who have been bereaved of the other parent. Monthly support group meetings held at a local childrens centre, a chance to meet other people in the same situation and be supported in a safe and friendly atmosphere where the children can also mix and play together with therapeutic input
Children On The Autistic Spectrum Parents Association.
Castle Hedingham is a rural village in North Essex, known for its historic buildings and prominent Norman keep. We are very proud of our caring and engaged community and have a wide range of social and interest clubs and societies.
Caterham Hill BC is a badminton club which has been running in the Caterham district for more than 40 years. It has over 50 members in both adult and junior sections. Coaching is provided for the juniors. The adult section has members of all ages with the emphasis on mixed, social badminton.
Caterham Overseas Aid Trust (COAT) has since its formation in 1981 raised over £430,000 to help people in poverty in third world countries help themselves via agencies working on the ground e.g. Water Aid, Self Help Africa, VSO, TWAM, Tools for Self-Reliance, Tree Aid, Sightsavers, Practical Action............
The CRA is a properly constituted organisation, founded in 2007 and open to all residents of our community. The aims of the CRA are to: "Further the general interests of the residents of the village of Cellardyke and safeguard its identity." "Promote the well-being and future of the village." "Arrange functions or events for promoting a sense of community."
Centre 70 supports adults who are facing social,mental, financial or other personal diffilculties through a holistic programme of free and affordable services including: Advice, Counselling, Training and Advocacy. We support the local community at our centre in West Norwood, as well as a range of outreach locations in Lambeth and other London boroughs.
Chaldon Creakers are a group of local people who run together weekly to ensure that as many people as possible benefit from the physical and social benefits of this type of activity. They are free and open to anyone who wishes to come along.
Singles Group for the 40's to 60's. Wide variety of events including meals out, at home events, day trips, short holidays, cinema, theatre and more.
Chantry Gardens is a retirement community of mixed Bungalows and Apartments in Filey North Yorkshire. This is an active community and members need to communicate and show activities among the group.
Charndon Parish Council
We are a group of model aero enthusiasts with access to a very well maintained flying site just outside of Church Eaton, Staffordshire. The club is open to anyone who wants to come along and enjoy this excellent hobby. You will find plenty of help and advice from the current membership.
We provide: * Support, advice and representation * A vibrant wide range of social activities including afternoon teas, lunches, craft, morning coffee, film nights, Musical Moments, Summer Fair * Regular coach outings, weekend theatre breaks and Annual holiday * Our aim is to create a vibrant local community
Working for Improved Cycling Facilities in Chelmsford
We provide an audio version of the local newspaper to blind and partially sighted members and to those unable to read the newspaper.
Chesham & District Natural History Society was formed in 1964 to encourage interest in all aspects of biodiversity and habitat management. We hold monthly meetings, with experts providing digital presentations on a wide range of natural history subjects, and lead walks to areas of specific wildlife interest to broaden the experiences for our members.and visitors.
The Chesterfield Sustainability Directory is an initiative aimed at helping green-minded consumers find green businesses, community enterprises and sustainable-themed community groups in and around Chesterfield. All sections and entries are arranged alphabetically.
Welcome to The Chignals, and to this the website for Chignal Smealey and Chignal St James, two small parishes near Chelmsford. Until the last century, the Chignals had always been small farming communities and are documented well, as such, in the Great Survey of 1086. To contribute to this website please e-mail: chignalswe@btinternet.com
PHOTOGRAPHY ENTHUSIASTS We are a very mixed ability group of like minded photography enthusiasts (and experts!) and meet socially once a month to share help and ideas on how to improve our knowledge and photography.
Chilterns Running is established to engage, promote and follow running in the Chilterns and South Bucks area. The team organises the weekly parkruns in Black Park as well as the summer evening 5k trail races in nearby Langley Park Country Park.
Chipping is a village and civil parish of the borough of Ribble Valley, district of Lancashire, England Situated within the Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
We are an informal relaxed local group interested in all sorts of open debate. A diverse bunch with varied viewpoints, experience and backgrounds. We do formal debates, question times on topical issues, open forums with more audience involvement and fun balloon debates. We meet on the first Wednesday of each month throughout the year at 7.30pm
The aim of the Group is to help ensure that Claytonians and others are able to enjoy the wonderful Clayton heritage of footpaths and public spaces, by supporting and improving those we have already and supporting the development of new footpaths and public spaces.
Clayton History Group began on 29th October 1996. We meet on the second Tuesday of every month in the village library. . Over the years we have researched various Clayton based topics and have had two books published. "Walking Round Clayton" and "Images of England". Our aim is to learn, inform and support our community.
We are an amateur art group attached to Clayton Parish Church. We meet on Thursday mornings in the Church Hall. 10 am - 12 noon. Our aim is to learn and enjoy art in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere
Providing housing for people over 60 who are poor since 1669. Cleaves Almshouses has a Board of 10 volunteer Trustees and 2 staff. There are 25 dwellings in Old London Road, KT2.
Founded in the 1920s with the aim of promoting local amateur archaeological interest and learning. It offers a programme of talks, a winter lecture series, a 5-day summer study tour and the dissemination of information
This is the personal website of Cllr. Mark Posen, Member and Vice-Chair of Foxearth and Liston Parish Council.
WE RUN THE LOCAL HALLS AS A COMMUNITY HUB AND OPERATE THE INFO CENTRE ON THE OPPOSITE PARADE OF SHOPS. BOTH ARE RUN BY CLOCKHOUSE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION FOR THE LOCAL RESIDENTS AS A NOT-FOR-PROFIT ORGANISATION.
The Association brings together the Parish and Town Councils within the borough of Colchester to help influence decisions taken by Colchester Borough Council that affect Councils either individually or as a whole. The Association feeds in to the County and National Associations - EALC and NALC respectively on any area that affects its constituents or member communities.
A local residents association, formed to benefit the residents of the 'Admirals Wood, phase 2 development'. We are a non profit-making association.
The highest village in the south of England with outstanding views of the North Downs and the Sussex Weald. Coldharbour is a rural community served by Capel Parish, Mole Valley District Council, The Plough Inn and Shop and Christ Church. All contents © Coldharbour Sports and Social Club Ltd.
A community based allotment association sited in Isleworth. We are volunteer managed and offers a conducive and friendly place for its members with assistance in all allotment matters, organise social events and allotment-related talks.
Five churches Bridlington Priory, St Oswald's Flamborough, St Michal's Bempton, St Leonard's Speeton, St Oswald's Filey and St Mary's Scarborough are to start a pilgrimage following the footsteps of the Augustinian Friars who established churches along the coast from Bridlington to Scarborough. People can walk the whole or just part of the route themselves anytime they choose.
A free walking club in Colton, Staffordshire. Monthly walks, a short walking break away and a summer social take place.
We're a membership organisation that supports, develops and promotes the voluntary sector in the London borough of Sutton. We provide free advice and guidance to local organisations on issues from HR and governance to finance and fundraising, and we also provide a number of paid for services including training courses, a complete payroll service and admin services.
Community Care and Relief Trust is a non profit company set up to serve minority communities. The Association is guided by the principles of accountability, participation, equality, dialogue and respect. We want to serve those who most need assistance and support i.e. refugees and asylum seekers, old people, parents, children and young people, etc.
Many of your local Bromley charities and community venues are located at our venue. Community House has spaces to hire for your events or meetings and an on-site café.
Council for Voluntary Services and Volunteer Centre for the borough of Bromley
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A community of residents of College and Culver Roads, Reading, United Kingdom
Compost exists to support Voluntary and Community Sector groups to grow, develop and thrive through a catalogue of expert support.
CPS Payroll Ltd provides fully managed payroll services to voluntary sector organisations in south London and beyond.
Cranleigh Folk promotes acoustic music in Cranleigh and the surrounding villages. We usually meet on the first Friday of each month at a venue specified on our website and facebook page. We generally host open singers' nights where local singers and musicians can perform. These evenings are free. Guest performer nights on some other dates.
The website is for information and documentation relating to the Cressing Parish Neighbourhood Plan which was 'made' by Braintree District Council and adopted in February 2020. Any updates and amendments will have information about them here along with updated relevant background documents and any further consultations.
The site is a voluntary managed allotment site in Bromley with a total of about 180 plots.
Crosby Writers' Club is a not-for-profit organisation which exists to help and encourage members in writing for publication. Our club was founded in 1946 and celebrated its 75th Anniversary in 2021. It gives constructive criticism and market suggestions and welcomes all who write or who wish to write.
Crowdfund Kingston is an informative webpage set up to advise residents of Kingston upon Thames how to effectively use Crowdfunding to fund ideas, causes and movements.
Croydon Mencap represents the interests of people with learning disabilities, their families and carers within the London Borough of Croydon. Everything we do is about valuing and supporting children and adults with a learning disability, their families and carers. We are a charitable voluntary organisation and registered charity with our own Board of voluntary Trustees/Directors.
CNCA is an infrastructure charity with a significant membership of Groups and Neighbourhood Cares across Croydon; all providing essential support services for the over 65s. We have the only complex Befriending Service in Croydon, providing home visits to frail, elderly, housebound people with complex needs and often a dementia diagnosis. We also run an official Disclosure & Barring Counter-Signatory Service.
A member group of Cycling UK covering Dundee, Angus, Fife and northeastern Perthshire. We offer led rides every Saturday with a wide range of routes in the area generally ranging from 30-70 miles, always with at least one coffee/lunch stop. New members will receive support and all rides are tailored to the needs and abilities of those taking part.
Culture Healing Communities CIC is a social enterprise in Durham specialised in Community Heritage and Heritage at Risk, helping bring people together, feel pride in where they live and save stories, oral memories, objects, buildings and traditions.
CVA Annual Review mini site 2014 / 15
WEAVER AND SANDSTONE CYCLE FORUM (Cycle North Cheshire) Objective - To advocate, promote and monitor cycle use in the area of North Cheshire from Ellesmere Port to Halton; including Helsby, Frodsham and surrounds, so that cycling is a popular mainstream mode of travel, with accessible routes which are safe, convenient, accessible, comfortable and attractive for adults and children.