To secure the preservation and protection of the natural beauty and amenities of the Galleywood Common, acting as a co-ordination body representing the members views to the authorities charged with the management and maintenance of Galleywood Common.
A Galleywood Community Centre, events facility booking and access to Local Archives and a Tea Room. Function Rooms For Hire - The Main Hall, Common Room - Corporate and Business Seminars Looking for a party venue for the children, adults, or for your club or society? We are now taking bookings for 2021, 2022 and 2023
The Society runs an annual programme of talks by both members and invited speakers. Membership renewal is due at the November meeting at a current cost of £10pa (£9 if paid by standing order). Visitors are also most welcome to attend any event for £3. A quarterly newsletter 'Past Times' is also sent to members.
A non-profit making making group dedicated to bringing quality music to our rural area, Replugged are running a monthly singers' nights aimed at supporting local musicians of all ages to express and develop their talents. . We will also be hosting guest nights bringing contemporary and acoustic acts from the UK, Canada, the US and elsewhere, to local audiences.
Gilwern Roots is a local community group who encourage and support community ideas and projects from seed to oaks! Our vision is to support a connected, thriving and sustainable community (across Gilwern, Clydach, Maesygwartha & Llanelly Hill), enabling inclusive community-led activities and volunteering opportunities for all, enhancing the area and habitat where we live now and for future generations.
Gisburn Festival Hall aims to provide social, leisure, recreational and other facilities to enhance the lives of all the people of the Parish of Gisburn.
GlamSci is a STEM educational charity, whose vision is to take STEM out of the classroom scenario and put it back into the local community, guiding students through STEM education and into the STEM workplace. GlamSci empowers students through STEM, by supporting all marginalised groups through bespoke educational programmes, talks, career events, and STEM-related projects.
The forum is to increase awareness and understanding of homelessness and vulnerability and encourage partnership working across all sectors. Members shall share experiences and work collectively to help support and improve services for those at risk of being made homeless and those who are currently experiencing homelessness in Gloucester and the wider area.
Local residents representing the area where Godstone Road and Winchester Road meet (GodWin) in St. Margaret's, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
For thirty years the Goldhanger History Group has collected, preserved and disseminated local history information.
We run the village sports field association and a parish councillor for the village. We want to bring all our committees together (church, village hall, sports field. Parish council) in giving news to residents to help bring us together.
Goole Civic Society is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation dedicated to preserving the unique heritage and character of the inland port town of Goole in the East Riding of Yorkshire - making it a better place to live, work and relax in.
This group is to improve the experience of living on Grasett Park Estate by making Grasett Park estate safer for residents, their families and visitors which include children of all ages, families, those with access needs or disability and pets. and building a stronger sense of community through communication, activities, network and relationships.
Great Abington lies the Granta Valley about 8 miles south east of Cambridge. They are on the historic easterly route from Cambridge to Colchester and are bounded on their western side by the Roman route that ran from London to Norwich which is now a major trunk road, the A11. * For correspondence please contact the Parish Clerk *
The rural parish of Great Hallingbury lies about three miles to the south east of Bishop’s Stortford and was, in times past, largely dependent on the town, with its road and river communications. It was a corn growing countryside, probably mostly barley, which supplied the extensive maltings of Bishop’s Stortford, Sawbridgeworth and the smaller rural ones.
Website supporting and promoting the Village of Great Holland in Essex.
Great Waltham parish is one of the largest in Essex in area - 6,147 acres, with 2,100 residents. It consists of two villages - Great Waltham and Ford End, and four hamlets, Howe Street, Littley Green, North End, Broads Green. This website is for Parish Council and other organisations and is managed by Chairman Mike Steel ( and Clerk (
We raise awareness of the importance of reducing waste, especially plastic waste, and support biodiversity and environmental sustainability in Kingston. Plastic, especially plastic bags, makes up much of local litter, lasts in the environment for 1000s of years, and damages our surroundings, both visually and by harming wild-life. We offer information about local biodiversity and alternatives to plastic.
A local environmental community campaign set up in response to growing concerns about climate change and environmental sustainability.
We are a not-for-profit support group for Vietnamese women living in the London Borough of Greenwich
Our Village is developing a Neighbourhood Plan under the stewardship of our Parish Council. We believe a website will be essential for the requisite Community Engagement activity. It can act as a hub for all the activities required in the development of the Plan.
Grimsargh Village is situated between Preston and Longridge in the Ribble Valley. Grimsargh Parish Council hope this website will provide a useful link between the Council and the Community we serve, and a source of information about local community groups and events. The first point of contact for the Parish Council is the Clerk to the Council, Mr Peter Croft.
Lying in the heart of the village, our hall is a popular venue for community groups and private functions. Regular activities cover a range of interests including educational, fitness and leisure. Facilities include an excellent main hall with stage, bar and kitchen. There is also a small hall ideal for meetings and smaller functions and car parking for 60 vehicles.
A gated public open space in Teddington surrounded by mature pine trees with grass and shrubs, seats and paths. The garden has a bowling green which has been the home of the Teddington Bowling Club since 1935 and a sculpture presumed to be of the goddess Diana.