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  • West Meon Parish Council

    West Meon Parish Council

    West Meon, Petersfield, Hampshire

    Early West Meon In the 6th century the Jutes from Denmark settled along the Meon Valley. (As late as the 18th century the Meon Valley was called Jutedene, which meant Jute valley). The tribe who settled there were called the Meon wara (wara meant people or tribe). They gave the Meon River its name. They…

  • Moreton Say Parish Council

    Moreton Say Parish Council

    Moreton Say, Market Drayton, Shropshire

    Welcome to Moreton Say Parish Council's website.    Parish Council's are the first tier of local government and are responsible for providing local services such as street lighting. Moreton Say Parish includes the settlements of Moreton Say, Bletchley, Longford and Longslow. The…

  • Yorkshire Bowling Association

    Yorkshire Bowling Association

    York, North Yorkshire

    Welcome to the Yorkshire Bowling Association web site. Any Clubs wishing to affiliate should contact the County Secretary, Steve Atkinson via the details at the bottom of this page. If you would like to try the sport of flat green lawn bowls there is likely to be a Club near you that will be only too ple…

  • Edmondsley Parish Council

    Edmondsley Parish Council

    Chester Le Street, Durham

    Welcome to Edmondley Parish Councils website. Edmondsley is situated in the township of Chester le Street, 5 miles from Durham City.  Coal mining once provided the village's main source of employment, but the last mines in the area had closed by the mid-1980s.   It  borders the p…

  • Droxford Village Community

    Droxford Village Community

    Droxford, Southampton, Hampshire

    Droxford is a thriving village in Hampshire, England, lying in the Meon valley. It lies around 5 miles east of Bishop's Waltham and 6 miles north of Wickham within the South Downs National Park. Local amenities include a post office, an antique shop dating from 1954, two garages, …

  • Penarth Windsor Bowling Club

    Penarth Windsor Bowling Club

    Penarth, South Glamorgan

    On 2 November 1911, 21 gentlemen met at the All Saints Parish Church to discuss the feasibility of establishing another Bowls Club in Penarth, a resolution that "A club should be formed" was accepted. Since then the club has focused on bringing quality facilities with a friendly atmospher…

  • Kingsclere Parish Council

    Kingsclere Parish Council

    Kingsclere, Newbury, Hampshire

    Kingsclere is a great community which benefits from a long-established, friendly village culture and many local organisations and volunteer groups. Much of the village is a designated conservation area, with 68 listed buildings plus 38 more throughout the remainder of the Parish. The buildings are …

  • Whitchurch Rural Parish Council

    Whitchurch Rural Parish Council

    Whitchurch, Shropshire

      Whitchurch Rural Parish Council A very warm welcome to Whitchurch Rural Parish Council's website. Whitchurch Rural Parish Council is the first layer of local government. It is responsible for delivering basic services such as street lighting. It supports and funds local interest groups and r…

  • Mill Bowling Club

    Mill Bowling Club

    Ruislip, Greater London

    Welcome to Mill Bowling Club, situated within the historic Manor Farm site in Ruislip, Middlesex. We are a Lawn Bowls club, bowling every week day evening - from 5.00pm till sundown - and in the afternoon at the weekend. The green is open from the end of April to the end of September. If you are a…

  • Charlton Parish Council

    Charlton Parish Council

    Charlton, Andover, Hampshire

    Surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside, Charlton Village nestles around a small river at the bottom of the valley some 2 miles from the centre of Andover.  This idyllic location has been a settlement since Saxon times and still retains a quintessential Hampshire village character with its thatc…