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  • East Trent Churches

    East Trent Churches

    Collingham, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    The East Trent Benefice is a group of 11 churches.  Our Churches seek to be open to all; children or those of age, members of all Christian denominations, offering Godly hospitality in worship and social life.  Each of our churches has their own page on this website so you can find out what is …

  • Whatlington Parish Council

    Whatlington Parish Council

    Battle, East Sussex

    Whatlington is a small village situated along part of the A.21 Hastings to London road and the C.293 to Battle.    It is in the designated High Weald of Outstanding Natural Beauty - part of '1066 Country' Whatlington Village was originally the area by the Church, Village Hall and…

  • St James' Church

    St James' Church

    Little Milton, Oxford, Oxfordshire

    St James' Church in Little Milton was built in 1844 by John Hayward of Exeter, who also designed the Albert Museum in Exeter and the Hall in the Chapel Quad Pembroke College, Oxford. The west tower was added by Hayward in 1861. Set on high ground the church commands a fine view over the surround…

  • Boyton Parish Council

    Boyton Parish Council

    Boyton, Launceston, Cornwall

    Boyton Parish lies on the border of Devon and Cornwall approximately 5.5 miles to the north of Launceston. Essentially a farming community, the Parish covers an area of approximately 7 square miles (4200 acres) and at its highest is about 400 feet above sea level. In 1801 the population of the parish was…

  • Char Valley Parish Council

    Char Valley Parish Council

    Wootton Fitzpaine, Bridport, Dorset

    The Char Valley Parish Council is a group council and comprises the parishes of Whitchurch Canonicorum, Wootton Fitzpaine and Stanton St Gabriel. The area is all within the West Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is completely rural in character. The parishes consist of : scattered farms, …

  • Rookley Parish Council

    Rookley Parish Council

    Shanklin, Isle Of Wight

    Rookley is a village located on the A3020 road in the central area of the Isle of Wight (an island off the south coast of England, close to Southampton and Portsmouth). It has around 200 households and a population of approximately 500. The village is surrounded by farmland and open countryside, some of …

  • Old Alresford Parish Council

    Old Alresford Parish Council

    Old Alresford, Alresford, Hampshire

    Welcome to Old Alresford Parish Council web site, a resource for villagers and those interested in finding out about our village. PARISH COUNCIL The Parish Council is made up of five councillors and is elected every four years. Elections follow the same pattern as the election of Winchester City Counci…

  • Folke Parish Council

    Folke Parish Council

    Folke, Sherborne, Dorset

    The Parish of Folke comprises the communities of Alweston, Folke and Bishops Down. We are part of the Yetminster and Cam Vale ward of West Dorset District Council. The Folke Parish Council meets in Alweston Village Hall at 7.30pm on the second Wednesday of the odd numbered months. All parishioners are we…

  • Alton Town Twinning Association

    Alton Town Twinning Association

    Alton, Hampshire

    Welcome to The Alton Town Twinning Association The Association has been set up to foster international friendship with one or more towns abroad on behalf of the communities in and around Alton, Hampshire. We have been twinned with Montecchio Maggiore, Italy, since 1998 and with Pertuis, France, since 20…

  • Battle Town Council

    Battle, East Sussex

    About Battle 1066 Country is now recognised throughout the world as a leading destination of historical significance. The thriving market town of Battle is home to the very spot where King Harold fell during the Battle of Hastings. When Duke William crossed the Channel in 1066 there was no town here, j…

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