JAGS Foundation exist to benefit the community and are committed to breaking the cycle of youth violence at the grassroots level by raising awareness of the devastation it causes. We provide services and safe spaces for healing, education and restoration for marginalised communities that suffer disproportionately from youth violence and empower those most impacted and at greatest risk.
Jaywick Local History Society is a friendly group who's members share a common interest in the history of the little Essex resort of Jaywick and the local area. We enjoy finding out about the history of our seaside village, and sharing the information we find.
runs music and educational activities for young people at risk of getting drawn into crime. inspiring young people to design and develop . projects that draw on their personal ambitions and experience. Help in content film production and creation to give them publication and employment opportunities. weekly sports activities to improve their fitness, team work and leadership skills.
Jessopp Road is a beautiful green space near the centre of Norwich. It is ideal for children's parties, outdoor small events and of course welcomes Scouts and other youth organisations. You can hire the space for indoor or outdoor events. Hire by the hour, half day, full day or multiple bookings.
We are a registered charity to provide and maintain a village hall for use by the inhabitants of the area of benefit without distinction of political, religious or other opinions including use for: 1. meetings, lectures and classes, and 2. other forms of recreation and leisure time occupation, with the object of improving the conditions for the inhabitants.
The site is a voluntary managed allotment site in Bromley with a total of about 180 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.
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.
The Society was founded in 1971 to promote interest in the history of Killingworth village and its surroundings. From September to May, the Society provides a programme of illustratted talks from visiting speakers. Some of our members have undertaken research and have produced publications. Our most well known historical figures are, arguably, George and Robert Stephenson.
Kilrenny Parish Church is the (Church of Scotland) parish church located in the village of Kilrenny. As of 1st January 2019, it is under the 'Guardianship' of St Andrews Presbytery, and is presently seeking a locum to lead Sunday services.
We are a friendly, active group with about 150 members. We invite interesting and informative visiting speakers each month and cover a wide range of horticultural topics. There are Spring, Summer and Autumn Shows with horticultural, floral and domestic classes. We also hold an annual Plant Sale.
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.
Kings Bromley Historians researches the history of our community and holds monthly meetings with speakers on a variety of topics. Through our website, people with a connection to or an interest in the village of Kings Bromley can access our large archive of documents and photographs.
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 Alvechurch 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.
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.
KCAH works to support people who are homeless or run the risk of becoming homeless.
Kingston Digital Health is an exciting new project that aims to get local residents using online resources
A community orchard and group allotment since 1992, we harvest from trees planted in the past, and plant for the future. An acre of fruit, nuts, shrubs and bushes and veg arranged as natural woodland. We have a couple of ducks on a pond for eggs, a polytunnel, tree nursery and we propagate apple trees for schools.
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.
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, we offer information/advice to anyone voluntarily supporting someone with mental health difficulties. ‘Carers’ includes Family and Friends. Each month, we hold a Peer Support Group and Drop-in sessions at the local psychiatric hospital. Recognised as the ‘voice’ of local Mental Health Carers, we represent their view on strategic and scrutiny panels with Service Providers and Commissioners.
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 non-political alliance of Kingston upon Thames residents, groups & councillors for Covid transport measures that reallocate space and help residents stay safe and healthy.
A self managed allotment site in Ewell, Surrey
Kingston Voluntary Action supports local voluntary and community sector groups to develop their skills, build their resources and amplify their voice.
WelCare Kingston is a charity based in Kingston as a place for local families to meet, connect and support each other. WelCare offers advice & support on matters related to parenting in general, in mental health issues and emotional and practical support to local families struggling as a result of a close member of the family being imprisoned.
A Parent's & Children's Centre providing family support.
Young Carers' Project - part of Kingston Carers' Network
Kirton in Lindsey Town Council provides services to the local community, such as play areas, in conjunction with North Lincolnshire Council, and is responsible for providing services and a point of contact to residents within the Krton in Lindsey area.
Whether you're an absolute beginner or an experienced yarnster, this knitting group is for everyone (men included!) The group meets at Frairs Green in Warrington every 1st and every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm. Come along for the whole session or just drop-in. It's free!
KHBC is a friendly and social Badminton England affiliated badminton club running junior coaching, family play and adult sessions. We play at the modern 5 court sports hall at the Princes Risborough School Community Sports Centre. Open to all abilities from beginners to those interested in competing in the Aylesbury league.
LAERA - Twickenham Registered Charity Number 1176534 - Lincoln Avenue Estate Residents Association - working towards improving services for the local community
We are a trade union organisation, part of the national TUC, covering Lancashire. We are made up of approximately 30,000 affiliated trade union members and campaign on a wide range of issues affecting working people.
Assocation to enable sharing of information between Village and Community Halls in Lancashire
Langford & Ulting Parish Council website serving the two small parishes of Langford and Ulting within Maldon District Council area.
Village hall serving the villages of Langford, Ulting, and surrounding area. The hall is very well used by several regular users ranging from nursery school to patchwork and is also very popular for many social events.
These summer evening runs are a series of 3 x 5K country park trail races in Langley Park Country Park.
All aspects of information regarding Leaden Roding including details of the Parish Council, village magazine, village organisations etc.