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.
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.
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.
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.
A Friends group that cares for the welfare of Davidson's Mains Park in Edinburgh, providing contact with other local community groups and liaison with the City of Edinburgh Council.
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 Friends of Dorridge Station (FoDS) was set up via the Dorridge & District Residents Association (DDRA) in Summer 2011 to improve the ambience and quality of passenger facilities taking account of the station’s location within the Dorridge Conservation Area.
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 Fishponds Park is a community group with one aim: "To improve Fishponds Park for the benefit of the local community and its wildlife, whilst protecting its natural and cultural heritage". Membership is free, fully inclusive & we are apolitical. We also run volunteer days in the park. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.
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.
A friends group to help maintain and further enhance Hanwell Meadows in the London Borough of Ealing.
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.
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
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).
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.
The Friends group oversees the maintenance of the churchyard, a quiet place popular with wildlife and to escape the high street.
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.
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.
A new group forming concerned with external environment of the three Queens Road Estates, in Richmond.
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.
The Friends have four main aims, namely to protect the Heritage of the Park and to preserve its Natural Character, to promote an awareness of the Park’s Treasures to the public, and encourage Community Use. It also wishes to protect the Park’s environment, by replacing dead and fallen trees; and to encourage the wildlife and protect their habitat.
Weare 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.
A local group working to conserve and develop a community orchard in South Teddington.
We are the local Friends organisation for Sheen Common in East Sheen.
We support the St George public Library in Bristol for the benefit of the community and library users.
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.
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.
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 community group working to improve The Glen, a Honiton public open space owned by East Devon District Council. The Lower Glen was given to the former Borough of Honiton to commemorate the Silver Jubilee of King George V and the Higher Glen is an almost forgotten Victorian water garden quite recently acquired by the district council.
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.
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.
A constituted volunteer group to help the Council maintain, improve and enhance the park for the benefit of all.
The Friends of Wray Crescent Open Space is a community group based around a local park in N4. We are working hard to make our shared space a better place for everyone. This is our discussion forum.
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.
The Galleywood Common Association was triggered in 1987 by an 'invasion' of The Common to the great consternation of local people, The aim is to unite all those who want to preserve the beauty and amenity of The Common. We seek an ongoing association with the City Parks Services Department who own and who carry out the maintenance work.
Over many years Galleywood, in common with many towns and villages, had an annual carnival. A survey of all residents undertaken as part of the Parish Plan in 2011 identified an annual celebratory event as something the village wanted and would support. The Committee, constituted as a small charity which does not own any buildings or employ people
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 2020, 2021 and 2022
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.
The Garnock Valley Allotments are situated at Sersley Drive in Kilbirnie, North Ayrshire. The GVAA was granted planning permission for 73 individual plots on a 2 acre site in May 2010.