FACE IT was formed in response to weaknesses in the previous draft Local Development Framework for Hart district in Hampshire, which seemed to threaten the nature and character of the local area and did not take full account of infrastructure issues. FACE IT is about protecting and improving the area around Fleet.
Faiths Together in Croydon exists to be a collective voice for faiths communities in Croydon. It serves as an inter-faith network representing the diverse faiths of Croydon.  Its members work actively, collaboratively and strategically to improve Croydon for all people in Croydon.
FaithWorks is a collaborative project led by NAZ, partnered with AAF and JAT to improve access to HIV and sexual health education, support and testing within faith communities across Greater London
At Families in Harmony our vision is a world where kinship caregivers are empowered, supported, and celebrated as pillars of strength within their families and communities generally and Black kinship carers particularly. We envision a future where every child in need finds a loving and culturally affirming home within their extended family, preserving their identity and connection to their roots.
Ferryhill Active and Safe Travel is based in Ferryhill, Aberdeen. Our aim is to create an active travel corridor which is safe and pleasant for everyone, connecting Union Street to Duthie Park and beyond. We plan to encourage walking, wheeling, and cycling by introducing traffic-calming measures, improving pedestrian crossings, establishing bike lanes, and enhancing streetscapes and community green spaces.
We are a friendly Group of people with an interest in gardens, woodland, & other spaces that allow plants & wildlife to co-exist & flourish. We meet on the 1st Tuesday of the month at 8pm; The Institute, 78 High Street, Kelvedon; for talks & also hold a Spring & Summer Horticultural show. RHS Affiliated Society No. 10545127.
Local history museum located in the public library building in Kelvedon, previously the old British School. We have a a large collection of local artefacts and photographs of our villages, arranged in one large and two smaller rooms. Visitors are welcome to refer to the archives under supervision.
Ferryhill and Ruthrieston Community Council is a local community group that represents residents in the Ferryhill and Ruthrieston areas of Aberdeen, Scotland. We aim to improve our area by working with local authorities and community groups to tackle issues such as roads, planning and council services. We provide a forum for residents to have their say on local issues.
Field Lane Allotments Association
Field Lane Allotments is situated on Field Lane Avaston Derby. It is a private allotment site of about 6 acres owned by the Church of England. We have approximately 100 plots, mostly full plots but we also have some smaller starter plots. We have a small shop which buys in bulk and sells to plothholders and associate members.
Filey Heritage are a group of enthusiastic people wanting to raise the profile and Heritage of the seaside town of FILEY North Yorkshire. There is a lot of local Heritage in the town which is disapearing and will be lost forever.
The Parish is one of the largest in area, in Essex, encompassing the villages of Finchingfield and Cornish Hall End with a combined population of approximately 1300. The village pond in Finchingfield is familiar to many visitors and said to be the most photographed village in England
We are voluntary run housing co-op in London. Our website is for our members only and gives information about our meetings, events and policies
foodbank.community connects supermarkets with foodbanks and community organisations across Essex and Havering
A village volunteer group which manages the village hall, consults on and helps lead the implementation of the village community action plan and encourages social engagement of all kinds within Ford.
Forth Valley represents all the Curling clubs affiliated to Scottish curling in the Forth Valley area. This covers the provinces of Stirlingshire, Forth and Endrick, Central Scotland and West Lothian. Two representatives are sent to Scottish Curling meetings to represent all the membership of the area.
We are a community village hall run by volunteers for the public to use and hire out for occasions, we also have a community recreational ground for the public to use including a field to play football on, play area for the children and a bowling green.
Foss Photography Club, York, recently set up by a small group of enthusiasts who wish to enjoy, in a friendly social atmosphere, all aspects of photography including learning new techniques, developing skills, sharing knowledge and encouraging new photographers. Whether using a camera or a mobile, we intend to provide a warm welcome at our meetings and on our photographic outings.
Foxearth and Liston Parish Council is a small, rural Parish Council on the Essex side of the Essex/Suffolk border, close to Sudbury and Long Melford.
We are a community not for profit bowls club based at Hilly Fields park in Lewisham. We are open to all who want to play Lawn bowls in the summer from April to September. Our members interests range from social bowling to serious competition, so whether you are a novice or an experienced player you are most welcome.
Modern life is often fast-paced and impersonal leaving many people feeling isolated. The Friendship Café seeks to address this. We meet every week, to chat, enjoy music, simple crafts, table-top horticulture and other activities. Membership is free.
The Friends of Babraham School (FoBS) are a registered charity sustained by a school and parent partnership, playing an important part in the life of the primary school. Fundraising is at the heart of FoBS providing much needed funding to afford activities that enhance the educational and social experiences for every child.
The Friends of Beveree is forming to protect the Beveree wildlife site in Hampton, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Birdcage Walk, lined with pleached lime trees, is a distinctive and famous pathway through the old St. Andrew's churchyard, Clifton, Bristol. Friends of Birdcage Walk is a community group set up to care for, maintain and improve the site, and to provide information for the public about its history and environment.
The purpose of The Friends of Blackburn Old Cemetery is to restore and maintain this historical site. With a large following on social media we have helped many people to discover the graves of their ancestors. Working parties are held on Monday afternoons and Wednesday mornings when a core group of volunteers carry out various tasks to achieve this end.
A group of people fundraising and supporting the Christian Mission and Pastoral work of Bradfield St. Nicholas Church
The north Essex town of Braintree and its more residential neighbour, Bocking, have a long and fascinating history rivalling that of any ancient English borough. This page presents the history of Bradford Street in Braintree and Bocking.
The Friends of Bridge House Pond exist to improve and celebrate the heritage of the pond and park opposite Feltham Station and next to Bridge House. We undertake regular clear ups, planting days and other activities.
Formed in 2013 to raise awareness of the historical, social, architectural and ecological importance of cemeteries in the Burnley District. We organise guided walks, help with family history enquiries, produce self-guided walks leaflets and a twice yearly newsletter. We meet every two months in Burnley Cemetery offices and new members are always welcome.
A group of people local to the park who wish to participate in the protection and improvement of the park. We bring our children to play and enjoy the open space. We walk our dogs, and we meet our friends.
The Friends of Chapel Street Cemetery is a registered charity (No. 1201823) which consists of community volunteers. The Friends are restoring the Victorian cemetery in Chapel Street, Eccleshill, Bradford, West Yorkshire to make it an open and welcoming space for local residents after years of neglect.
The Friends of Deepdene meet regularly to carry out maintenance and conservation tasks on various parts of the old Deepdene estate in the Dorking area, including Deepdene Terrace, Chart Park, Glory Woods, Betchworth Castle and Betchworth Park.
The Deri Woods volunteers work to maintain and restore the community woodland in Llanfair Caereinion, Powys, for the benefit of the local community, visitors and wildlife. The group works with and on behalf of Llanfair Caereinion Town Council and under the guidance of the Montgomery Wildlife Trust.
The Friends group of Druids Heath and Monyhull Open Spaces Do you have a green space you can see from your home? Would you like it revamped ? Would you like help ? Join the Friends group and get it sorted Weekly meetings at the Hope Radio Garden Aka The Pods Every Sunday from 12:00
The Friends of Feltham Green is a group of supporters and volunteers helping look after the Green, the Duck Pond and the Freddie Mercury Community Garden. We want our historic and much loved green space in the centre of Feltham to be a wonderful destination for people of all ages to meet, relax, play and enjoy the planting and wildlife.
Friends of Friarwood Valley Gardens is a voluntary community group that has come together for the purpose of regenerating Pontefract's Valley Gardens which is a Grade 2 listed park close to the Town Centre. The Friends Group sees its role as mobilising community support for a volunteering and raising funds for the improvement of the Gardens.
The Friends of Guildford Museum is a small charity that supports the work and development of Guildford Museum including providing funds for additions to its collection.
The Friends of Hatherop Park, Hampton, work with Richmond upon Thames Council and local people to suggest and make improvements to children's play area, sport pitches and nature conservation area and act as a consultee.
FoHRGE are an independent voluntary local user group with the purpose of being the principle forum for discussing views about the park and promoting more effective, beneficial usage of the park to the wider community.Heathfield Rec is in the Heathfield Ward of Whitton in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
A group of volunteers and supporters who run a small Centre in a building owned by the Heritage Trust for the North West (a registered charity). The Centre has displays about the history of the village of Heysham along with a small shop area selling books, post cards and souvenirs.
Friends of Horsenden Hill is a group of people who love and appreciate Horsenden Hill and want others to enjoy and celebrate this wonderful, unique place situated in Horsenden Farm, Horsenden Lane North, Perivale, UB6 7PQ Greenford, United Kingdom
A voluntary group working with the railway industry to promote and enhance Hunmanby Railway Station. Over 15 years the station has been transformed with 4 flower beds totalling over 300 foot, making the railway station at gateway to the rural village, betwixt Wolds and Coast. In 2020 the station won a 1st prize in the National Community Rail Awards.
The Friends of Inwood Park is a dedicated volunteer group committed to enhancing the beauty and functionality of Inwood Park. Fueled by a profound passion for the park and its users, these volunteers collaborate to implement meaningful improvements. Their collective efforts aim to create a more vibrant and welcoming environment for everyone who enjoys the natural splendor of Inwood Park.
An independent forum for people who value Landport Bottom - an area of Council owned chalk downland and woods near Lewes in Sussex, including part of the site of the Battle of Lewes (1264).
Loxley Cemetery is a historic but neglected cemetery in north west Sheffield, dating from 1787. The Friends of Loxley Cemetery work with the owner to restore and maintain the cemetery, and make it a safe and pleasant environment for visitors. The group also create and maintain historical records connected to the cemetery.
The Friends of Moormead was officially formed on 5th March 2013 to provide a formal body which has as its main object the preservation and enhancement of the character of Moormead Park.
We are a voluntary community group - our aim is to protect and enhance Murray Park as a community resource available for all to enjoy. Murray Park, Whitton, is in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames with its main entrance in Kneller Road, and it borders the London Borough of Hounslow along Whitton Dene.
We are the Friends of Northcote Nature Reserve, a community group seeking to protect and enhance this site in Isleworth in the London Borough of Hounslow for wildlife and people.
The website of the Friends of North Sheen Recreation Grounds, Kew in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Nursery Green, a small park off the Avenue in Hampton opposite All Saints Church recalls the days when the area was covered in nurseries growing flowers and fruit. Those who grew up in Hampton in the 70s and 80s remember derelict greenhouses and broken glass! We aim to help protect and enhance this space for the enjoyment of all
The Friends of Osterley Park is a support group for the National Trust property Osterley Park and House near Isleworth. The Friends raise funds for the property and run a number of activities to increase awareness of other historic buildings, particularly those with links to Robert Adam the architect who "modernised" the house in the 18th century.
We are a group of local residents in Heaton Moor, Stockport who are working alongside Stockport Council to develop a derelict site into a community open space for the benefit of local schools and organisations.
The Friends of Plean Country Park is a charity established by park users to conserve, enhance and promote Plean Country Park for the benefit of people and the natural environment, and represent the views of users and the local community. The Friends work actively with Stirling Council to further their aims and ensure that the Council meet their statuary responsibilities.
Friends of Pontefract Park is a voluntary community group formed in 2012 to protect and improve Pontefract Park as an excellent urban green space for the benefit of the community.
Our aims are: *for the public benefit to provide or assist in the provision of restoration work and improvements to Radnor Gardens. *to provide or assist in the provision of recreational and other leisure-time occupations in Radnor Gardens for the inhabitants of Twickenham with the objects of improving their conditions of life.
We are an amenity action group aiming to promote public interest and civic pride in Richmond Green and vicinity, improve the quality of life and long-term attractiveness for residents and visitors and improve the character and quality of the built and natural environments.
We are a volunteer group aiming to raise the profile of the Rising Sun Country Park by promoting and celebrating the wide biodiversity the park offers North Tyneside. We meet regularly and organise events to promote conservation, protection and improvement of the physical and natural environment found in the park, working in partnership with the park team.
Our parks and woodlands are precious in our urban environment. We are a group of local residents who look after the two parks at Rose Hill in Sutton. We organise litter picks, planting and community events, and aim to keep our green spaces pleasant for everyone to enjoy and to protect the habitats of our birds and wildlife.
A group to support and enhance St George Park, Bristol as a community resource and wildlife haven. We work with other community groups and the City Council. Founded in 2013.
We are a registered charity (no. 1120526) founded in 2007 to maintain, repair, restore, preserve, improve, beautify and reconstruct for the benefit of the public St Mary Magdalene Church, Shabbington and to maintain and improve the churchyard.
Stoneleigh Community Library is a partnership between Surrey County Council and the Friends of Stoneleigh Library. Friends of Stoneleigh Library is a Charitable Association formed to ensure that Stoneleigh continues to have a community library into the future. We are committed to providing a vibrate community library which is an enriching and responsive resource for all.
Friends of Street Trees helps to develop a community approach to urban tree planting, management and guardianship. This is done primarily by engaging residents to help care for the public trees in their own street as well as the wider urban forest.
The Friends of Sutton Green are a small but growing group of volunteers who give up their time to try to make Sutton Green and the adjacent Victoria Gardens, both in the London Borough of Sutton, nicer places to visit for local residents and passers-by alike.
We are a Rail User Group, formally constituted in 1998, to promote and seek improvements to the services and infrastructure on the railway linking Barton-on-Humber and Cleethorpes.
A successful community effort has enabled the purchase of the former cottage hospital site to create The Edward Hain Centre providing health and well-being services for the people of St Ives. The League of Friends of the former hospital are now Friends of the Edward Hain Centre and lead the community fundraising to keep the Centre going.
FORCE is a Charity which operates for the benefit of the public. Together with other interested parties, we aim to protect and enhance the environment of the River Crane and to advance the education in the ecology, conservation and improvement of the environment of the River Crane.
An open society of local residents and community working towards a common goal: to protect the charm and integrity of one of West London's most-treasured public spaces.
We are the Friends Group for Valley Gardens, Castleford. We formed in July 2020 and our aim is to improve the physical and social environment of the Park to make this amenity and the surrounding streets a healthier, cleaner, safer and more attractive place to live and work. We meet every Sunday between 1pm and 3pm. All volunteers are welcome.
We are the 'Friends' of a much loved Park in Castleford. Our Park has a main entrance on Lower Oxford Street but also two further entrance on Lower Cambridge Street and Bridge Street. The Park originally opened on October 7th 1933. The current 'Friends' group inaugurated on July 18th 2020.
The Friends of Watermans Park's principal purpose is to help protect, conserve and enhance Watermans Park, its environs and access to the River Thames for the enjoyment of local residents and visitors.
This Community Council serves the residents of the Froghall, Powis and Sunnybank areas of the City of Aberdeen. Community Councils have been set up by statute as the most local tier of elected representation in Scottish local government. As such, they fulfil an important and very immediate democractic role.
Service user involvement and community organising support group. Specialising in organising support networks and providing platforms for vulnerable groups within the community. Health and social care, networking and emotional support. Social media and online support as well as local connections available.