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
Welcome, welcome and welcome! We are a small rural community in a village called Drax in North Yorkshire! The entire village is wrapped in community, culture, history, and heritage, so come for a stroll or to stay! A hearty place with a hearty community!
The community website for the village of Drayton St Leonard, Oxfordshire
DREAM are a social enterprise delivering community heritage projects and archaeological excavations to save and transform unloved heritage sites into community spaces. In doing so we hope to transform society, promoting community, well-being and heritage over GDP and growth, and founding in both the old and young an appreciation towards both their natural and historic landscape.
A forum run by tenants and residents from Druids Heath and Monyhull Ward. Our objective is to promote community cohesion throughout the regeneration of the area and on into the future.
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.
‘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.
EAPN is an independent network of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and groups involved in the fight against poverty and social exclusion in the Member States of the European Union.
East Hale Allotments is a site next to the river Lea in the Tottenham Hale area of Haringey, owned by Lea Valley Park. It has a capacity of 120 full size plots (approximately 250 square meters each); however, 35 of them had been divided by August 2018, so there were 155 separate leases by then.
East Hanningfield Parish Council serves a small rural parish south east of Chelmsford in Essex. The Council has seven elected members and one employee, the Clerk. The Council is the Custodian Trustee of Hanna's Field, owns outright Hanna's Hoppet, and maintains the village green, The Tye. Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday of the month in the Village Hall.
Edinburgh Midmar Allotments. Founded 1917.
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.
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.
The Association managing the Elm Road Allotments site in New Malden. Plot lettings Lyn Edwards
Elms Community, Barnes, The
The Elms is a small private estate of 15 properties in Barnes, South West London. This community is to promote communication and collaboration amongst the residents. Whether it is organising community events or making collective decisions or just having a chat. This community will be private and only available to residents.
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.
ELSTEAD ONLINE AN INFORMATION WEBSITE FOR RESIDENTS AND FRIENDS OF ELSTEAD VILLAGE We collect, analyse and distribute information about our village. We publish current news items that are likely to affect us in Elstead and carry out investigations into their background. The site contains articles on historical and matters of interest to residents, including links to other Elstead websites.
A website to record and disseminate information about the Elstead & Weyburn Neighbourhood Plan.
Support group for people dealing with friends and family suffering from substance missuses problems.
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.
The Friends of Emsworth Waysides is a community conservation group set up to conserve the wildlife of roadside verges and small areas in Emsworth. The group has two broad aims: 1) to foster biodiversity by creating a network of wildlife corridors of wild flowers and grasses. 2) to promote interest among residents in the wildlife of their immediate environment.
Epping Upland Parish Council is one of the oldest and original parish councils. We maintain and manage the Village Playground, 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!
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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.
We support single mothers in Kanungu, Uganda to develop an income stream.
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.
A community based voluntary & charitable educational, family & youth development service providing organisation for families,children, young people and parents.
Far Runners
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 within the library building in Maldon Road, Kelvedon. Our displays are open to the public in one large and two smaller rooms in what was the old British School Kelvedon. Visitors are welcome to refer to archives under the supervision. We have a a large collection of artefacts and photographs of our villages from yesteryear.
Finchale Abbey Village
A small community of Park Homes set in a beautiful location in the north east of England. The village is predominantly for retired and semi-retired residents. This site is to enable the community to share information about events and other items of common interest.
Community based assistance to trace - research - collect an image of a headstone or Memorial of a Fallen Soldier in UK or on Continental Europe to assist in completing personal family ancestry - family trees
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
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.
A dedicated group formed in the late 1960s to preserve or enhance the Forty Hill Conservation Area and its environs.
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.
Frating is a village and civil parish of the Tendring district of Essex. Frating is about 5 miles (8 km) east of Colchester and 9 miles (15 km) northwest of Clacton-On-Sea.
A friends group for King's Field park in Hampton Wick, in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
A friends group to help maintain and further enhance Arundel Close Wildlife Site, Hampton in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. This small conservation site in Hampton has a community orchard and meadows with many butterfly species being found here.
The Friends of Barnes Common (FoBC) offers over 100 acres (50 Ha) of valuable Metropolitan Open Land. FoBC organises volunteer work on the Common, campaigns on issues which affect it and seeks to enhance the biodiversity and amenity value for everyone's benefit. None of this just happens — we need your help!
The Friends of Beveree is forming to protect the Beveree wildlife site in Hampton, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.