M18 community care hub will provide signposting support to the M18 community, bringing life back to this deprived and forgotten area of Manchester. Ensuring people are connected with the right services available to them in their local neighbourhood. Bringing back a sense of need and support to the resident of Abbey hey M18.
The Madley Craft and Coffee Group meet at Madley Parish Hall every Tuesday 10 am-12 noon. This is a friendly and informal group so just bring along work that you want to complete or have a problem with.
"Maiden Bradley with Yarnfield a small Wiltshire civil parish near Somerset border and home of the Duke of Somerset. The B3092 road that joins Frome to Mere runs through the middle of the village of Maiden Bradley. It is in the Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the ancient Forest of Selwood." - Wikipedia
MEFAS provides training in first aid and emergency aid (CERT) to the public. MEFAS also offers first aid cover at events ranging from school fetes, local fund raising activities, children's football leagues and assistance to trading charities and commercial operations. MEFAS provides these services, in the main, to South London Boroughs and North Surrey.
Maldon Museum in the Park exhibits items directly related to the town and District. We are a registered charity run entirely by volunteers. The Museum was established in the early 1920’s, as Maldon Borough Museum and in 1996 moved to our current premises, the Edwardian built former Park Keepers Lodge in Promenade Park, Maldon.
We operate the Mallaig and Morar Community Centre, which houses the local Highland Council Library and West Highland College Learning Centre as well as three different sized spaces for community use; the Main Hall for up to 200; the Cafe Area for up to 40, and a smaller meeting room. We have a range of community groups running regular activities.
We are a conservation group affiliated to the National Trust and help with practical conservation work on mainly local NT properties. Volunteers from all walks of life come together to enjoy the outdoors by doing tasks which put something back into the countryside by maintaining woodland, paths, stiles, fences etc.
The Mandeville Hall is a charitable organisation providing facilities to the local community. The building is made up from a main hall, a smaller hall, a bar, a stage and a commercial kitchen - as much or as little can be hired as needed.
Manningtree & District Photographic Society is a small and friendly group of photography enthusiasts who meet up on the Essex/Suffolk border. The club aims to provide an enjoyable environment for members to enjoy the development of their photographic skills through a variety of activities in the company of like-minded individuals.
Mapping what's happening borough by borough to create a true picture of Londonders digital capacity.
Margaret Roding is a small parish in the District of Uttlesford, the county of Essex and in the parliamentary constituency of Saffron Walden. The parish has approximately 80 dwellings and a population close to 200
A community website set up to collect and distribute information serving the interests of the residents in Margaretting
Marlow BC is a Lawn Bowls Club with a 7rink natural green, in the centre of Marlow. We provide facilities for bowlers of all ages and abilities, whether you are a novice or an experienced bowler competing in county or national competitions, you would be welcome at our club. In winter Short Mat Bowls is played in our clubhouse.
Modern hall available to hire for clubs, meetings, weddings, parties etc
The Medway Ghanaian Association (MGA) was founded in 2011. It is non-profit, non-religious dedicated community based voluntary association. MGA was set up to inform, educate and entertain Ghanaians, Ghanaian descendants and British with Ghanaian heritage leaving in Medway and its surrounding town.
Our Society meets at St John's Centre in Merrow, Guildford on Tuesday evenings in March, April, June, October and November. We have illustrated talks on garden-related topics and an informal Evening Show, judged by all present. We visit a local garden each summer and have an annual Autumn Show. We are affiliated to the Surrey Horticultural Federation and the RHS.
Merton CIL is an organisation run and controlled by and for Deaf and Disabled people in the London Borough of Merton.
Middlesex Street Estate RA
Middlesex Street Estate in The City of London. We scrutinise the services provided, representing the residents' opinion to our landlord, the City of London Corporation, and aim to strengthen and improve our community.
This society organises monthly talks on the history of Slough and the surrounding area as well as general history and archaeology. It also arranges day visits to places of interest in the region.
We are not for profit voluntary group that organises and produces the Middlewich Annual Show which is for members of the community to show their skills in crafts, photography, cooking and display home grown fruit and vegetables with flower arranging etc.
We are a non-profit community development organisation giving advice and guidance to vulnerable migrants especially from the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
A community organisation for Mitcham in the London Borough of Merton
Information about the current and previous activities and meetings of Moggerhanger Parish Council. Minutes, Agendas, Policies, Events and useful information and contacts
Mole Valley Cycling Forum comprises a cross-section of Mole Valley residents linked by a desire to facilitate the use of bikes for recreation and as a means of transport. We are supported by officers from Mole Valley District Council and Surrey County Council and meet regularly with them to discuss issues concerning cyclists in the area.
We are an annual horse show based in the village of Moniaive, Dumfries and Galloway. We have a variety of show classes, working hunter, fun show jumping and local dog show. The show is ran by a small committee and has been running for over 40 years.
Established in 1894 the aim of the Monks Risborough Horticultural Society is to promote the knowledge and appreciation of the cultivation of plants in gardens and allotments in the Risborough area. It is open to people of all ages and levels of experience and promotes other traditional skills including cookery, handicrafts, art, and photography.
We are a camera club based in Morecambe and have around 25 active members. We welcome anyone with an interest in photography, and you don't need a fancy camera to join, just an interest in taking pictures.
The Group meets on Thursday mornings at 1030 in the CDT Centre in Moseley. Its purpose is to read and discuss philosophy. No qualifications in the subject are needed or expected, but a lively interest in the great philosophers and their ideas is definitely a pre-requisite. Discussions are lively, good natured and often humorous.
A community space for functions and the regular hosting of social gatherings. Available to hire for other events and regular meetings such as dog training and pilates.
Community led and organised market. Set in one place plus moves around area collaborating with other community projects. Helps and supports creatives in starting their business with online and face to face selling. Mentoring from existing crafters and support from organisers. All welcome
Community led and organised market. Set in one place plus moves around area collaborating with other community projects. Helps and supports creatives in starting their business with online and face to face selling. Mentoring from existing crafters and support from organisers. All welcome
Drug and Alcohol Community and Recovery Group based in Kingston and surrounding area.
Situated in the heart of the Black Country the centre has been in existence for app. 20 years, meeting the needs of the local community both young and old. Run by a group of volunteers, over the years many varied activities have been organised, plus the building being available for hire to the wider public for a multitude of events.
Much Wenlock Tree Forum is a small but active community group which exists to raise awareness in our community of the importance of trees to the environment . We are practically engaged with planting new trees to help protect our environment from flooding and to extend the variety of trees in our area as a protection against widespread disease.
Musgrave Church Field Trust (Charity 1102622) owns Musgrave Church Field, a much-loved historic beauty spot by the River Eden, in Great Musgrave, Cumbria, for the benefit of all. The Tithe Barn, Byre and Stables were restored in 2013. The Field is used for quiet recreation and for community events. Educational visits are arranged for Schools and other Community Groups.
At the heart of Mellor, the village hall provides high quality and affordable ,social and sports facilities for local communities.
The mission of Nature-Connected Neighbourhoods is to create and enhance corridors for wildlife to thrive in our urban communities. We aim to achieve this by encouraging engagement by local communities to create shared use of outdoor spaces.
Community Interest Company non profit set up in 2014 to meet the needs of young adult and women from BAME Communities.
We are Norlands Estate Information and Support Service. The purpose of NEISS is to give a sense of community, promote neighbourliness and enhance residents' enjoyment from living here. This applies to residents of all ages and parts of the estate.
Dozens of smaller user-led and ‘grass roots’ equality groups are working together. We will design, test and pilot exciting new ways to use networking and communications tools to strengthen connections and share more easily. We are exploring ways of joining up our voices for solidarity and influence for more coordinated, effective campaigning to fight discrimination and improve equality in London.
Netherthird Initiative for Community Empowerment sits in the centre of the community of Netherthird, Cumnock and serves the community surrounding it. We have the following facilities available to all, Community Centre including Gymnasium, Charity Shop, Café, Room Hire.
We aim to promote the enjoyment of orchestral music for classical guitar. If you play classical guitar and can sight-read a simple line of music then you are most welcome to join. We currently meet every other Wednesday evening in the church hall of St. Basil and St. James in Fenham.
The New Chadderton Partnership is new community group established to carry forward a vision for the creation of a Chadderton Neighbourhood Forum, and eventually for the creation of a Chadderton Neighbourhood Plan. The group plans to engage with the Chadderton Community to explore ideas and priorites for the future of the Chadderton Neighbourhood.
We are a charity that operates in and around Chessington. For two years we have collected short dated food from Supermarkets on a daily basis and distributed it to those who need a little help making ends meet.
We are a voluntary community group working closely alongside North Tyneside Council on the regeneration of Northumberland Park, an historic Victorian Park based in North Shields, Tyne & Wear.
The Newick Allotment Society is a voluntary group who works closely with the Parish Council to identify land for those seeking an allotment and to manage the current plots within the village.
Methodist Church
We are a small friendly properly constituted association endeavouring to maintain and raise the standards of planning and services within our area. Our aim is to build an integrated membership representing various viewpoints and liaise with the appropriate authorities to resolve issues. With this site we aim to provide a platform for information exchange and contact details of service providers.
Newmarket Chess Club meets on Monday evenings at 7.30 at Exning Road Club. It is affiliated with Bury Area Chess League, Cambridgeshire Chess League and the EACU. We presently don't have any active teams but are building up our membership to be in a good position to enter a team in the BACL in September 2022.
A community based walking group, run by volunteers. We meet on Wednesday mornings at 10.15am. Walks last approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour and take place in venues around Newtownabbey and a 20 mile radius.
Noak Bridge Parish Council represents the people of Noak Bridge, a village located to the north of Basildon in Essex.
Nordelph Village Hall is a small village located outside of Downham Market providing various services for all ages for the local community to celebrate and bring the community together.
A charity that supports adults with learning disabilities in the borough of Richmond upon Thames and former residents of Normansfield.
North Barrow is a small village South of Castle Cary in Somerset. There is a committee of volunteers that organise the running and maintenance of the village hall. This hall provides a venue for toddler group, social events, quiz nights, music, dog training, disco's, charity events. All proceeds go towards maintenance of the hall other charities.
This site contains information on the background of the Safer Neighbourhoods Partnership, our priorities and initiatives and examples of how we are working together to enhance the quality of life in North Lincolnshire by tackling crime and disorder. There are also useful links to other crime reduction websites offering crime prevention advice and information on how you can help to ...
North Weald is a diverse Parish incorporating North Weald, Hastingwood and Thornwood. Our community covers an area of 2,279 hectares and has a population of over 6,000. We provide vital services to local people and maintain a community spirit. Parishioners are welcome to attend our meetings and to raise their concerns with us at any time.
We are an active and vibrant community of enthusiastic gardeners, We have an on site shop run by volunteers. Our community plots are already well used by not only the plot holders as a meeting and social space but also by youth groups and social inclusion charities offering outdoor activities, and support.
The aim of the association is to assist any person in the pursuit of gardening as a recreation and promote health, education and community. The allotment provides help to new gardeners on the site in whatever way is appropriate including providing where possible introduction to a nearby experienced gardener with the view to special help during early months of tenancy.
Offbeat is a fun, friendly, non-auditioned and paper-free choir based in Richmond, SW London. We sing a variety of songs from gospel, world, jazz - anything that’s fun to sing. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings and we do regular performances. We are welcoming new members so contact us to join.
We're a group of nerds organising the Outer Hebrides' first Comic-con to be held in Stornoway in April 2020. Want to get involved? Come and join us!
A voluntary not for profit group who represent the village of Old Glossop in Derbyshire and its residents.
The old head post office in Kingston is an empty building with great potential use by community groups, artists, small business... We are working together to turn a vision into a reality.
Membership association for former pupils and staff of the John Roan School and its predecessors, the Roan Schools for Boys and Girls, in Greenwich. The ORA acts as a social hub for its members, circulates news of Old Roans, organises regular reunions and has the use of a club house and sports facilities at the school’s playing fields in Kidbrooke.
Ongar in Bloom are working to make Ongar a greener and more beautiful town.
The choir started in 1986, we are a happy friendly group of singers. Our aim is to enjoy singing together and to perform charity concerts. Come and join us, no auditions required, just an enthusiasm to sing.
Manages Otterhead Estate and Lakes, a nature reserve in the Taunton Deane parishes of Churchstanton and Otterford, Somerset. The neglected Victorian landscape includes the 'lost gardens' of Otterhead House (demolished in 1952). The not-for-profit Trust aims to improve wildlife habitats, conserve garden plants and restore built heritage and designed landscape features.
Onslow Village Residents Association OVRA has been around since 1956 and is open to anyone with an interest in Onslow Village, Guildford. Its object is to safeguard the amenities of Onslow Village and promote the welfare and well-being of the residents. OVRA also organise village social events and publish a quarterly newsletter.
We are a friendly and fun mixed Morris side of all ages. Fifteen to seventy, and lots of ages in between. Always welcome new dancers and musicians.
Oxhey Woods Conservation Volunteers are active in representing the views of woodland users to Three Rivers District Council, and having active volunteer working parties. At present working parties are involved in heathland restoration, pond maintenance, path restoration, and working on the rhododendron walk.
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