We support members from BME communities mainly from those from Somali Background, who are disadvantaged, low- incomme families, elders, disabled or live in most deprived areas of London particularly from North Kensignton in RBKC.
We are a small organization dedicated to making performing arts accessible to all with a huge focus on affordability. Where possible classes will be free or offered at a highly discounted price. We also aim to focus on learning and classes which have a focus on sensory and other learning needs.
Darwen Camera Club traces its roots back to 1896 and throughout our long history we have remained informal and friendly, appealing to photography enthusiasts young and old across the local community. Whatever your photographic experience and ambition, if you're looking to improve your photography then Darwen Camera Club's weekly programme will have something to interest you.
Datawise London is a partnership programme of training, advice and support to help small charities and community organisations in London better use data to meet the needs of Londoners. With a robust evidence base small organisations are more likely to be heard and influence stakeholders and decision makers.
DEBORAH AND BARAK INTERNATIONAL MINISTRIES TRUST was established in 1994. Our Ministry is based in the centre of community of Waltham Forest in East London. Our service is to people of all ages,from children to senior citizens and to people of all race,culture and believes. FAMILY FOUNDATION CHRISTIAN CENTRAL IS OUR CHURCH AND COMMUNITY ARMS.
Dedham Sports Club is the umbrella organisation for a number of Sports Clubs in the village of Dedham.
This is a simple demo website that I'm using to create screenshots for the Voice Documentation.
A Community website for the village of Denholm, in the Scottish Borders, with information about the village and the history of the village along with contacts for hall bookings and community council news etc.,
We are a group of volunteers who are keen to establish a new Parkrun in the West End of Newcastle, avery deprived area of the city.
We have a Community Centre run by Volunteers to aid and assist all of our local residents.We are striving now to re-build our status and our existance. My name is Tony Farrell,I would very much like to use your service to help us re-brand and get estabalished again, from 2024 onwards. Thank You
Dickerage Road Allotment Association exists to manage the allotment site in Dickerage Road Kingston. It is run by the allotment holders and leases the site from the Royal Borough of Kingston
A community service, non profit, to collect, store and share all historical data relating to the village of Digswell, Hertfordshire.
We are a voluntary group of Residents in Digswell, Hertfordfshire, who raise money for better facilites (e.g Children play equipment) and work with local Coucils to improve the community. We also campaign and work with Herts police for safer roads and speed reductions through our village.
Digswell Village Church
We are a Methodist Church working in an ecumenical partnership agreement with the Anglican Parish of Digswell. We are a part of the St Albans and Welwyn circuit of Methodist Churches. Our church is situated in the village of Digswell near Welwyn Garden City. and was founded in 1964. The Circuit website: is http://www.stalbansandwelwyncircuit.org.uk/
Digswell Village hall is a community village hall. Digswell is a settlement near Welwyn, Hertfordshire. The village hall is available for all types of hirings - Entertainmanets, Keep Fit Classes, Local group Meetings etc. Built in 1923 is owned and run by local volunteers and is a registed charity (No. 302361).
Disability Network Hounslow strives to relieve the experience of disability and exists to create an inclusive environment for all disabled people
Disability Voices And Society Community is an organisation for people with disabilities where they can come and have discussions about disability topics, meet new people and share stories and experiences.
The Dissociative Disorders Alliance (The DDA) is aspiring to be the UK’s national charity for people with complex Dissociative Disorders, their allies and practitioners working in the field.
Diwis Creations is a social enterprise dedicated to improving mental health through creative activities. Our mission is to provide opportunities for individuals to be empowered through engaging activities from various workshops organised in order to encourage artistic expressions in healthy ways. We also offer a safe and supportive environment where individuals can learn new skills and build confidence.
Dorking Folk Club meets weekly on Wednesday nights from 8.30pm and provides a venue within central Surrey where the very best British traditional and acoustic musicians, small bands and singers can be heard. Singers Nights are also held as a way of encouraging local musicians and singers to get together and perform traditional music in a more informal way.
Doune Ukulele Group aim to promote the playing and enjoyment of playing the ukulele. Membership is open to all ages and abilities. They meet every Wednesday evening at the Rural Hall, Doune, near Stirling.
To share, promote and preserve the heritage of Dowlish Wake, a non-profit community project. A public platform for others to enjoy and be part of. To continue to build an interesting collection of memories, stories and photographs from villagers past and present, together with searches of yesteryear in various archives, documents, newspaper articles etc.
The hall was built in the 1920s with monies raised by public donation within the village of Downley in memory of the 22 men who died in the Great War of 1914-1918. The building is on a sloping site so that it has an upper hall with stage and a smaller lower hall. DWMH is a Registered Charity No: 292143
The Dr Buckeridge's Trust originally started in 1723 when the Rector Dr Dr Buckeridge's left a bequest for the education of poor young and teachable children of Bradwell-on-Sea. The trust was reformed in 1861. Presently the Trust have funds and an income from rented property and own the school land and buildings.
We are the parish church based in the community of Drylaw, Edinburgh. We have services on Sundays at 10.30am. Our church halls are used by numerous church & community groups throughout the week.
We support 15 people a day 65+, including people with dementia and people with various needs and disabilities. We are registered with the care inspectorate since 2009 and a registered charity. We work in partnership with local people other voluntary agencies and enable older people to stay independent within their own homes and participate fully in their community.
Drymen History Society is a community group , the aim of which is to maintain a record of the history of the village of Drymen. Membership is open to everyone. The society meets on the third Thursday of each month from September to April (excluding December).
Dulwich Folk Dance Club (DFDC) is a not-for-profit organisation that meets weekly in Dulwich Village to provide the community with opportunities to perform traditional folk dances from the British Isles, America and other countries. We are open to all, irrespective of age or experience, and beginners are always welcome.
We are a committee of volunteers who organise an annual week long gala for Dunscore village and surrounding district. During gala week we provide entertainment and activities for families culminating on the Saturday when all children's activities are free. Throughout the year we organise fundraisers etc to meet the costs of gala week.
Dunsop Bridge is a village in the Borough of Ribble Valley, Lancashire, England, 9 miles north-west of Clitheroe, 15 miles south-east of Lancaster and 24.5 miles west of Skipton. It is in the civil parish of Bowland Forest High
‘theduntisbournes’ website provides the means to communicate important and useful information to members of the local community as well promoting good governance by ensuring openness and transparency with respect to the actions of those charged with acting on behalf of the community - specifically The Duntisbournes’ Parish Council and Trustees of the Duntisbourne Abbots Village Hall.
A not-for-profit group promoting traditional and modern rug making - hooky, proddy, braiding, locker-hook, punch hook, peg loom etc. We also promote other fibre crafts such as spinning, felting, dyeing, weaving, and knitting, meeting at Clayport Library, Durham on Mondays and Bowburn Community Centre on Wednesdays. We exhibit and demonstrate at public events, schools and community venues on invitation.
We are a group of parents, teachers and dyslexia professionals based in Ealing, West London. Our aims are to raise awareness of dyslexia and provide practical help for dyslexic children and their parents and teachers. We also support adults who are dyslexic.
East Hale Allotments is situated by the River Lee in the Tottenham Hale area and owned by Lee Valley Regional Park Authority. Some of the management is carried out by the East Hale Allotments Association Committee, formed by volunteers who give their time and energy freely so that all plot holders can enjoy their time at the site.
East Hanningfield Village Hall and Playing Fields are managed by Hanna's Field Charity, (Registered Charity No. 286877). The Charity holds the land called Hanna's Field, including the village hall built thereon, in trust for the use of the inhabitants of East Hanningfield. The Charity provides sports, educational, recreation facilities and premises for the local Post Office/Shop to serve the community.
The EMGS was formed in 1964 by a group of professional and amateur enthusiasts, who recognized the need for such a group in this area of great geological interest. We are based in Nottingham, are affiliated to the Geologists’ Association, and enjoy cordial relations with other geological societies and with the British Geological Survey at Keyworth, Nottingham.
Easy Read is a communication approach that aims to make information more accessible to people with learning disabilities. It involves presenting information in a simple and straightforward manner, using clear language, images, and design to
Eaton Constantine Village Hall is a not for profit community organisation that runs and manages the village hall in Eaton Constantine. The hall is run and managed for the benefit of the inhabitants of the local area with a focus on organised community activities and providing a community hall for hire.
Ecotopia Now! running creative events to tackle eco-anxiety and inspire eco-action!
Ecotopia Now! running creative events to tackle eco-anxiety and inspire eco-action! #ecoanxiety #climatecafes 🌈🌱🐚 We aim to support the community by facilitating routes to action and support in relation to the climate crisis and eco-anxiety.
The Egham Band is a friendly and hard working First Section brass band based in Surrey. We rehearse in a purpose built band hall, complete with bar, close to Egham station. The band play many engagements ranging from themed concerts to parades, including the famous Lewes Bonfire Parade, Remembrance Sunday Parade in Egham, and the popular Windsor Christmas Parades.
Egham Constellations is a disabled swimming club based in Runnymede. Our aim is to provide supported swimming and maintain the social/mental well-being aspects that are gained as a by-product of reaching out to isolated members of our community. The organisation provides assisted transport, has volunteer assistants to help members eg. changing, getting in/out of the water, assisting exercise/swim etc.
Our aim is to maximize the resources of our town to create a community hub where all can flourish. We are a forum of volunteers who meet 6 times a year. We hold events and facilitate gatherings to foster a sense of community and to bring people to the town centre.
East London Canal Access Network (ELCAN) CIC connects communities with their waterways. Many urban canals suffer from pollution, and their ecology is threatened by invasive species. Meanwhile local people have very limited access to outdoor spaces or activities. ELCAN offers a solution to both these issues by facilitating safe environmental work and offering watersports opportunities and training to hard-to-reach groups.
Elleray Hall is a daytime social centre where people come to meet old friends and make new ones in a friendly, safe and welcome environment. It is managed by a board of volunteer trustees and is registered as a charitable company.
Ellerton & Aughton are two small villages in the East Riding of Yorkshire. They have a very close knit community, sharing church and village hall facilities along with the Boot & Shoe Inn in Ellerton! Many volunteers organise events for the villages, such as fetes, craft clubs, parent & toddler groups, bingo & whist drives and charity fundraisers.
Many famous and infamous historic figures are associated with the Elmbridge Borough, but their stories are in danger of disappearing. The Elmbridge Hundred documents this rich human heritage.
A group of Elmington Estate residents who identify disused and misused areas of the estate and re-establish them as areas which improve biodiversity, estate aesthetics, resident mental health and community engagement.
Elsenham Community Association (ECA) is a charity and is the Umbrella Organisation for most groups in Elsenham Village. We own and manage Elsenham Memorial Hall situated on Elsenham Playing Field. We also produce the Village Magazine "Elsenham News" which is delivered free to each household in the village each month (except January).
EROWOS is a sub committee of Elsenham Parish Council. We are responsible for the Rights of Way and Open Spaces within the parish (except the Playing Field). We arrange regular walks and working parties on the PRoW network. We are a member of Essex County Council Parish Paths Patnership (P3).
This site is dedicated to collecting, analysing and distributing current and historical information about our village. We try to keep up with current news items and events that are likely to affect us in Elstead and carry out investigations into their background. This involves searching the Internet and communicating with people and organisations for relevant information and publishing the results.
A website to record and disseminate information about the Elstead & Weyburn Neighbourhood Plan, the Waverley Local Plan and the effects of proposed changes to Local Government organisation and new Planning Regulations.
Empowering Tamil Families aims to support individuals and families at difficult times in their lives, provide signposting to services, promote health and wellbeing, provide education and training and seek employment opportunities for community members. We aim to help people to become active in wider community life.
Epping Museum is the only LONDON TRANSPORT signal cabin in preservation and open to the public, together with restored Tube Locomotive L11. FREE entrance to the Museum is from the end of Epping tube station car park and all are welcome. Open Saturdays until end of October, and other days by appointment.
Epping Upland Parish Council
Epping Upland Parish Council is one of the oldest and original parish councils. We maintain and manage the Allotments, Millennium Garden, Parish Burial Ground, War Memorial and Village Green. Councillors comment on Planning Applications as well as considering and responding to consultations affecting residents of the Parish. Where appropriate Councillors or the Clerk represent the Parish at events.
Epsom Garden Society promotes all aspects of horticulture in Epsom. We have three shows per year, monthly meetings with a wide range of interesting speakers, 10 newsletters per year, an open gardens group giving members the opportunity to look round other members' gardens, a flower arranging section and a junior section and coach trips to gardens.
A friendly club with a history stretching back to the Home Guard and run by local volunteers, Epsom Rifle Club meets two weekday evenings to enjoy .22 prone target rifle shooting, with occasional events elsewhere within the county and beyond. Coaching nights are held twice monthly for Probationers and existing members alike. Feel free to get in touch!
We are a trustees of a village hall with existing site but we wish to create a community website for the village to share information etc within the community
Essex Community First Aid Events Volunteers (ECFAEV) is a registered charity (no. 1180674), which provides affordable first aid at events in and around Essex, and first aid training.
Essex County Carpet Bowls Association is a member of the Eastern Counties Region of the English Carpet Bowls Association. The Association is here to promote the game of Carpet Bowls and its growth in Essex,
Euphonix is a community choir based in Kingston. Euphonix Choir is open to any adult of any age who would like to sing a range of contemporary and popular songs, folk and world music. We offer an inclusive, affordable experience of the benefits of singing with others: companionship, developing musicality and pure enjoyment.
Every Voice CIC is a lived experience-led community organisation that delivers creative writing projects, events and workshops in community spaces to marginalised groups (LGTBQIA+, women and girls, young carers etc) which promote good mental wellbeing and social connection.
ExploreDouala is an interactive community private portal in the city of Douala in the republic Cameroon, providing local search and focused on connecting people and businesses.
The Trustees maintain the grade II listed 'Eyre Chapel' and grounds by encouraging local groups and individuals to hire the hall for lectures and social activities in accordance with our remit in the trust deed.