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  • West Mersea Bowls Club

    West Mersea Bowls Club

    West Mersea, Colchester, Essex


  • Churchdown Bowling Club

    Churchdown Bowling Club

    Churchdown, Gloucester, Gloucestershire

    We are a small friendly club with around sixty-five bowling members and can be found nestled behind Churchdown Club right in the heart of the lovely village of Churchdown, midway between the historic city of Gloucester and the spa town of Cheltenham, on the edge of the wonderful Cotswolds. The Churchdow…

  • Weald Bowls League

    Weald Bowls League

    Woodchurch, Ashford, Kent

    UPDATE - 9th August 2019  Final 2019 league tables have now been updated. Congratulations go to the league winners - Division 1 Bearsted A      Division 2 Biddenden A       Division 3 Ditton A   The Weald Bowls League is a friendly but competitive mixed triple…

  • Newington Parish Council

    Newington Parish Council

    Newington, Folkestone, Kent

    Newington is a village in Kent, England one mile (1.6 km) west-north-west of Folkestone. It gives its name to Newington Parish Council, which has five councillors,[2] and includes the hamlets of Arpinge and Beachborough. The village lies to the north of the M20 motorway and the A20 road; the Channel…

  • Hordley Parish Council

    Hordley Parish Council

    Hordley, Ellesmere, Shropshire

    History of the Parish of Hordley. Hordley is a large rural civil parish based in North Shropshire. It comprises of the two townships of Hordley and Bagley. Hordley is believed to have gained it’s name from a Scandinavian family of the name of Hoord in the  middle ages. In early years the Pa…

  • Bomere Heath & District Parish Council

    Bomere Heath & District Parish Council

    Shrewsbury, Shropshire

    The History Bomere Heath and District Parish Council was established in 1894, though not with that name. In that year the Local Government Act created Civil Parishes which replaced the ancient Ecclesiastical Parishes as the first tier of local administration and governance. Our local Civil Parish was th…

  • Chelmsford Bowls Club

    Chelmsford Bowls Club

    Chelmsford, Essex

    Hello, Welcome to Chelmsford Bowling Club  Come and try bowls in Admirals Park. Free taster sessions  Saturday 15th June 10am until Noon   & Saturday 6th July 10am until Noon New and experienced bowlers are aslo welcome every Friday evening  at the clubhouse to meet members an…

  • Wigsley Village

    Wigsley Village

    Wigsley, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    Welcome to our village Wigsley is the smallest of a trio of settlements (along with Thorney and Harby) which together form a small Nottinghamshire enclave jutting out into the neighbouring county of Lincolnshire.  First officially recorded in William the Conqueror’s Doomsday Book of 108…

  • Felbridge Parish Council

    Felbridge Parish Council

    Felbridge, East Grinstead, Surrey

    There are seven members of Felbridge Parish Council who all live in the local area and who give their time on a voluntary basis.  Full parish council meetings take place in the Committee Room at the Village Hall on the first Thursday of each month at 7.30pm (except for January and August) and planni…

  • The Village Hall at Minting

    Minting, Horncastle, Lincolnshire

    The Village Hall at Minting is a well-equipped, modern village hall serving the communities of Minting, Gautby, Waddingworth and Wispington in Lincolnshire, available for hire for regular activities and one-off events such as weddings, parties and meetings.  It has disabled facilities, lev…