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  • Christchurch Twinning Association

    Christchurch Twinning Association

    Christchurch, Dorset

        Christchurch Twinning Association is an independent, pro-active voluntary funded organisation formed in 1982 in response to the formal town council mayoral links with St Lo the previous year. Our aim is to promote community and social links between the linked towns of Chris…

  • Weston Turville Parish Council

    Weston Turville Parish Council

    Weston Turville, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

    Welcome to Weston Turville Parish Council's website.   Here you can find information relating to the work of the Council and amenities within the parish.  Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Parish Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Coun…

  • Collingtree Parish Council

    Collingtree Parish Council

    Collingtree, Northampton, Northamptonshire

    The Parish Council is the first tier of local government and exists to represent the interests of the whole of the parish / community which includes Collingtree Village and Collingtree Park.  Following a review in 2010, changes were made to the boundaries between the Nene Valley and East Hunsbury w…

  • Fleming Park Bowling Club

    Fleming Park Bowling Club

    Eastleigh, Hampshire

    Welcome to the Fleming Park Bowling Club website.   Fleming Park Bowling Club is a mixed club that welcomes bowlers of all abilities.  We support beginners with free tuition at times to suit working and retired people.  Experienced bowlers are always willing to share their knowledge.&nbs…

  • Hoveringham Parish Council

    Hoveringham Parish Council

    Hoveringham, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

    hoveringhamparishcouncil.org.uk   Welcome to Hoveringham  Hoveringham  lies on the northern bank of the River Trent or Trisanton as the medieval Celts called it. We have a population of 350 people and quite a few animals. The village has a Public House and a Farm Park with a restaurant.…

  • Bramshaw Parish Council

    Bramshaw Parish Council

    Bramshaw, Lyndhurst, Hampshire

    About Bramshaw Bramshaw (the name means Bramble Woods) was originally partly in both Wiltshire and Hampshire but it actually became fully part of Hampshire due to a parliamentary act in 1894.  Bramshaw Parish has a number of other small villages within it boundaries which include Brook, Furzley, C…

  • Hurstbourne Tarrant Parish

    Hurstbourne Tarrant Parish

    Hurstbourne Tarrant, Andover, Hampshire

    Welcome to the website for Hurstbourne Tarrant Parish. The website is managed by the Parish Council. The Parish comprises three villages of Hurstbourne Tarrant, Ibthorpe and Upton all located in the Bourne Valley and part of the North Wessex Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  

  • Tring Bowls Club

    Tring Bowls Club

    Tring, Hertfordshire

    Welcome to the website of Tring Bowls Club - a friendly, vibrant lawn bowls club on the outskirts of the old market town of Tring that lies at the foot of the Chiltern Hills in an area of outstanding natural beauty on the western extremity of Hertfordshire. The Club is managed and operated on a voluntar…

  • Wilmington Axstane Probus Club

    Wilmington Axstane Probus Club

    Wilmington, Dartford, Kent

    Wilmington Axstane Probus club was formed in 1990 to provide regular monthly meetings for Retired and Semi-retired Professional Business men, particularly for those who would appreciate and value in their retirement increased social contact and the possibility of partaking in activities of…

  • Slinfold Computer Café

    Slinfold Computer Café

    Slinfold, Horsham, West Sussex

    Slinfold Computer Café meets fortnightly on Friday mornings (10:00 - 12:00) in the Parish Room (upstairs) in Slinfold Village Hall (see Contacts page for location). It is specifically not an enthusiasts' club: in fact it is as much a social event as a club; our meetings are quite informal, and…