Home-Start Sutton is a family support charity that helps parents to build better lives for their children. Our volunteers provide support and friendship to more than 100 families and their children in the London Borough of Sutton every year.
A new community interest company providing day care, luncheon club and coffee morning facilities for East Devon residents at the St. Michael's Centre, Orchard Way, Honiton EX14 1HU on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from Monday 10th August 2015.
An ecumenical Christian community (United Reformed Church & Presbyterian Church of Wales), Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Sunday and midweek services open to all. The church buildings hosts community groups: carers and toddlers, people with partial sight, a social group with speakers on many subjects, and two choirs who rehearse and sometimes perform here. We are a Fairtrade church.
Horsea Lane Allotment Association (HLAA) was established in 1956 in Portsmouth Hampshire UK. The allotment site overlooks the Tipner foreshore and has over 150 plots. The association aims are to promote allotment cultivation and a sense of community. The association is made up of a approximately 8 elected members including a chair, secretary and treasurer.
Hothersall is a small hamlet within the Ribble Valley. We are close to the market town of Longridge and the historic village of Ribchester.
The Woodcraft Folk is an educational movement for children and young people, designed to develop self-confidence and activity in society, with the aim of building a world based on equality, peace, social justice and co-operation.
We are a group of data professionals who work for social service and social housing providers and we share insights and plans having to do with the way we manage and use data.
• to improve and enhance the environment and the quality of life for the community in Ham & Petersham, • to promote general charitable purposes, activities, events and projects which may be decided from time to time for the benefit of the community of Ham & Petersham and the surrounding area. Twitter page: https://twitter.com/HamUnitedGroup Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/hamunitedgroup
A web-based interest group / virtual community for UK humanists who’d like to share information and take individual and collective action on international ethical and sustainability issues such as peace and international co-operation, global justice, climate change and the environment.
The international centre of excellene for Local eDemocracy is a government organisation set-up to promote innovation in local decision making
TheImagine Group is a drop in centre for people experiencing depression and other Mental Health problems,all are welcome to come along for a friendly chat. Tea and coffee are served throughout the afternoon .Bingo , films, crafts and day trips organised throughout the year, Annual Christmas Dinner. We meet on a Monday & Thursday Afternoons between 1pm & 5pm.
Corporate body – with legal entity of its own separate to its members first established in 1894. Makes decisions in the interests of the whole Community it serves which are then the responsibility of the whole body. It can only ‘act’ where it has legal power to do so – these powers are encapsulated in legislation.
Based in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, Islah is an innovative, pilot project founded on faith & culturally sensitive youth-work. Our main aim is working together, empowering, and enabling young people and members of diverse community to develop their confidence to promote community cohesion and work towards making a better society to live in harmony. Identifying, Socialising, Linking, Administering Harmonising.
IYDEAL is a not-for-profit working to improve the health and wellbeing of people facing disadvantage caused by displacement and migration, but also for other reasons of economic and social inequality. Many of our clients are originally from the Middle East and North Africa but we reflect the diversity of Kingston's residents and welcome people from all over the world.
Our vision is to provide a "designed for purpose" centre for homeless and vulnerable people in the heart of Kingston including a move-on option for the shelter for those who wish to remain within the Joel support network.
Kent House Road Allotments is a voluntary managed allotment site in Bromley with a total of about 150 plots.
The Kew Neighbourhood Association was created in 1977. It aims to provide services and facilities in the Kew ward area of Richmond, Surrey for the relief of the elderly, the disabled, the mentally or physically handicapped, the sick and the poor.
The Kew Neighbourhood Association was created in 1977. It aims to provide services and facilities in the Kew ward area of Richmond, Surrey for the relief of the elderly, the disabled, the mentally or physically handicapped, the sick and the poor.
Keynsham Allotment Association was established in 1987 to provide allotments to the community of Keynsham and is run entirely by members with an elected committee. It is subsidised by Keynsham Town Council which contributes towards land rent payments and major site repairs. The Association takes responsibility for plot allocation, tenant rent collection as well as funding site maintenance and expenses.
The aim of the group shall be to promote initiatives within the community which improve the environmental presentation of Keynsham for the benefit of residents, businesses and visitors. The group has a committee made up of both voluntary members as well as local council members. It is funded by a combination of council funding and local business sponsorships.
Keynsham Walkers are Welcome are a voluntary organisation, which have recently attained national status. We aim to make Keynsham a walker friendly town, where visitors and residents alike can enjoy organised walks around beautiful countryside surrounding the town, and partake of the benefits from the facilities the businesses have to offer.
Dealing with divorce or struggling with separation? Kids Come First is a support forum for separated parents and a unique adult workshop of child-focused teaching material, offering specialist guidance & advice for more effective co-parenting. Presented by professional adult trainers with extensive experience in child counseling & family mediation, we deliver customised support for parents during this difficult time.
Kids Come First is a new support forum created for separated parents where we encourage the sharing of information & experiences within customised group sessions. We offer a unique adult learning programme of child-focused material with helpful, specialised guidance & advice for separated parenting.
Kilrenny Parish Church is the (Church of Scotland) parish church located in the village of Kilrenny. It is linked with the parish church of St Ayle (Anstruther/Cellardyke)
KLHS aims to encourage interest in the history of the local area through talks, visits, research, and publications. The Society meets monthly on Wednesday evenings (at 8.00 pm), usually in the State Rooms of Kimbolton Castle, by kind permission of the Headmaster. Access is via stairs with handrail, a hearing loop is available.
We are one of the oldest motorcycle clubs in the country, and we organize trials and other off road events, day rides out, weekends away, and other social events throughout the year. We are based around the South West Birmingham area, and meet in Earlswood on Thursday evenings
<b>Introduction to the Kingston Area Travellers' Association</b><br><br>KATA is a pressure group, founded in 1991, covering all aspects of public transport in Kingston upon Thames and the surrounding town centres.
Kingston Bereavement Service is an independent charity offering one-to-one and group bereavement support to anyone who lives, works or studies in the Borough of Kingston upon Thames.
The Forum’s work can be placed into three broad categories: •Engagement. Engaging with Kingston’s BME communities to contribute to policy development and decision making •Capacity Building. Building their organisational capacity so that they can deliver quality services to their users. •Equality and Cohesion. Promoting cohesion and working to take equality forward in Croydon.
Kingston Carers' Network is an independent voluntary sector charity based in Kingston upon Thames and supports unpaid carers of all ages. We aim to support carers' by providing a listening ear, giving information & advice about services and support available, letting them know about benefits available and regular carers' support groups.
KCMA is a registered charity in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames. Providing support, advice and training to Ofsted Registered Childminders, those in pre-registration and parents of minded children in the borough; in order to promote the value of childminding, it's advantages in terms of flexibility of care in a home-based environment.
Kingston Chinese Association (KCA)represents and provides support to the Chinese Community and promotes Chinese Arts and Culture across the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames.
Kingston Churches Action on Homelessness (KCAH) aims to relieve the distress of homeless and potentially homeless people by the provision of service and resources.
Kingston Digital Health is an exciting new project that aims to get local residents using online resources
Kingston Environment Forum (KEF) is a consortium of local environmental organisations which works with Kingston Council to promote environmental sustainability in Kingston upon Thames.
The Kingston Federation of Allotment Gardeners,working together for Kingston's allotments The Federation aims to: Promote and encourage allotment gardening in the borough. Provide information, support and advice to sites considering voluntary management Build relationships within and between sites so that ideas and experience can be shared. Membership of the federation is currently free and open to any organisation in agreement ...
A Transition Town Kingston initiative aimed at helping green-minded consumers find green businesses and community enterprises in and around Kingston upon Thames.
Kingston iCope offers treatment for a range of psychological problems, including anxiety and depression. The service is free and confidential for all adults registered with a Kingston GP, and someone wanting support from the service, can self-refer on their website: https://kingston.icope.nhs.uk
We comprise representatives of all those religious faith groups/communities in Kingston who wish to participate together with other appropriate local organisations. We serve as a channel of communication and understanding between the various faith groups, providing an opportunity for discussion of issues of mutual interest and/or concern.
The Festival will be a series of early evening events in Kingston Market House. Events will be varied, free, and open to anyone interested. Individuals or groups wishing to organise an evening event are invited to find out more and then apply to the Festival Director.
Kingston Mencap is a small voluntary group which supports adults and children with a learning disability, their families, and their carers living in the Kingston-upon-Thames area.
Run by Carers for Carers, we offer information and advice to all those voluntarily supporting someone with mental health difficulties. ‘Carers’ is taken to include Family and Friends. Recognised as the ‘voice’ of local Mental Health Carers, we represent their view on strategic and scrutiny panels with the Clinical Commissioning Group, Local Authority and SWLStG Mental Health NHS Trust.
An exciting online service linking people to support, information and advice services from local advice-giving organisations in Kingston upon Thames.
We organise monthly evening meetings in Kingston upon Thames to explore a range of philosophical topics in an informal and sociable setting. Anyone interested in philosophy and in participating in fascinating and challenging discussions is welcome to come along - no expertise required, though experts are welcome too.
A voluntary group to demonstrate the support for credit union for Kingston.
to promote general charitable purposes for the benefit of the Somali community of Kingston Upon Thames and the surrounding area, and to provide relief from financial hardship and social and/or economic disadvantage and to advance the education of its residents of all ages; and in particular to provide opportunities for the aforementioned residents to participate fully in the life of ...
KTG is a voluntary organisation which offers tours of Historic Kingston to residents and visitors. Guided walks take place every Sunday morning in the summer and on the first Sunday in the winter months; private group walks or talks can also be arranged on request.
We are the elected Ward Councillors of Tudor Ward in the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames serving the residents of Tudor Ward. We hold monthly advice surgeries, every second Saturday of the month, at Tudor Hall, between 10 a.m. & noon.