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  • Paignton Torbay Bowling Club

    Paignton Torbay Bowling Club

    Paignton, Devon

    Paignton Torbay Bowling Club is situated in the centre of the English Riviera in Torbay, Devon just 200 yards from the fabulous Paignton Sands and just yards away from the shopping area, along with the mainline Train and Bus stations. Paignton Torbay Bowling Club was founded in 1920 and is affiliated to …

  • Milborne St Andrew Parish Council

    Milborne St Andrew Parish Council

    Milborne St Andrew, Blandford Forum, Dorset

    Chairman's Message Welcome to the Milborne St Andrew Parish Council's first website.  Our aim in providing this facility is to give you easy access to information about the Parish Council.  Also included on the site, now that a dedicated group of volunteers is …

  • Croft Bowling Club, Cockermouth

    Croft Bowling Club, Cockermouth

    Cockermouth, Cumbria

    Welcome to the website for Croft Bowling Club, Cockermouth. Cockermouth is a small market town located on the western fringes of the Lake District. The town's name is derived from the confluence of the rivers Derwent and Cocker, flowing from the lakes of Bassenthwaite, Buttermere and Crummock. The f…

  • East Trent Churches

    East Trent Churches

    Collingham, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    Dear Friends, I am the Revd. Amanda Cartwright (normally known as Mandy) and I am the Rector of the East Trent group of churches. We are a group of 11 churches serving 15 villages and small communities in a beautiful part of North East Nottinghamshire, between the river Trent and Lincolnshire. We are …

  • Brindley & Faddiley Parish Council

    Brindley & Faddiley Parish Council

    Shavington, Crewe, Cheshire

    Geographic Background The Parish of Brindley and Faddiley is situated in South Cheshire. It is divided East/West by the A534 and is further dissected by country lanes. The land is reasonably level, falling gradually from West to East. Historical background The Parish is almost entirely agricultural, w…

  • Maldon Bowling Club

    Maldon Bowling Club

    Maldon, Essex

    Maldon Bowling Club is a friendly and progressive club situated near The Promenade in the Blackwater town of Maldon in Essex. We have a playing membership of approximately 90: 70 male and 20 female, with bowling abilities ranging from novice to international standard. We have a wide range of f…

  • Thirsk Athletic Bowls Club

    Thirsk Athletic Bowls Club

    Thirsk, North Yorkshire

    WELCOME TO THE THIRSK ATHLETIC BOWLS CLUB We are a club where people of all ages and gender can meet to enjoy the sport of lawn green bowling, and in our main club house you can enjoy a social meeting and drink after you have finished bowling. We cater for all classes of players from the learner to&nbs…

  • Farnsfield Tennis Club

    Farnsfield Tennis Club

    Farnsfield, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    Farnsfield Tennis Club, a friendly, thriving club situated in the heart of the village, welcomes players of all ages and abilities. We have 3 well-maintained floodlit tarmac courts which are open to members all year round. The general public may hire the courts when they are not in use. There is also a …

  • Winchfield Parish Council

    Winchfield Parish Council

    Hook, Hampshire

    Winchfield is a small village and parish in north-east Hampshire. Its nearest neighbours are the villages of Hartley Wintney, Dogmersfield and Odiham. Frequently referred to as the green lung of Hart, Winchfield has retained its rural character. Comprising about 760 hectares, it is c…

  • 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…