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  • Jane Austen Regency Week

    Jane Austen Regency Week

    Alton, Hampshire

    Welcome to the Jane Austen Regency Week, a 9-day festival held in Alton and Chawton in Hampshire (UK) each year. The 2018 festival is now finalised and tickets are on sale. The dates are 16th - 24th June 2018 and the events will include Regency Day, Regency Ball, talks, singing, walk…

  • Tewkesbury Bowling Club

    Tewkesbury Bowling Club

    Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire

    The medieval market town of Tewkesbury situated where the rivers Severn and Avon meet is an ideal place to visit if you are planning a tour in Gloucestershire, or just for the day with a bit of sight seeing, lunch out, and a game of bowls in the afternoon. With it’s numerous cafes, restaurants and …

  • Hoo St Werburgh Parish Council

    Hoo St Werburgh Parish Council

    Hoo, Rochester, Kent

    * Please note: this website is currently under construction and certain information may be missing whilst we are in the process of editing, imputing and uploading information. Thank you for your patience. Welcome to the website for the Parish Council and Hoo St Werburgh village/civil parish general…

  • Coalville Town Bowls Club

    Coalville Town Bowls Club

    Coalville, Leicestershire

      Welcome to Coalville Town Bowls Club Website.   We hope that here you will be able to find all the information you may need about our Club.       However, should you require further information please make contact with any of our Management Committee or volunteers listed u…

  • Smarden Short Mat Bowls Club

    Smarden Short Mat Bowls Club

    Smarden, Ashford, Kent

    Smarden Short Mat Bowls Club was formed by a group of people, most of them new to bowls, in 2007. The club meets regularly once a week for our friendly social bowling session and has always welcomed new members, both male and female, either experienced or totally new to bowls. As well as the regular soc…

  • 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…

  • Luddesdown Parish Council

    Luddesdown Parish Council

    Luddesdown, Gravesend, Kent

    Luddesdown is an ancient parish named after the village in which the 13th century parish church of St Peter and St Paul was built.  The village was referred to in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Ledesdune; from the Saxon for a ‘village in the hills’.  The next Parish Council Meet…

  • Hornsey Bowls Club

    Hornsey Bowls Club

    Hornsey, Greater London

    Hornsey Bowls Club is a friendly outdoors mixed bowls club situated off Hornsey High Street, pedestrian entrance is between the Army Reserve Centre and St Marys School. The car park entrance is in Rectory Gardens N8 7PJ. The club is affiliated to Bowls England, Middlesex Bowling Association, and Fi…

  • Greyhound Trust Shropshire & Borders

    Greyhound Trust Shropshire & Borders

    Whitchurch, Shropshire

    Greyhound Trust Shropshire and Borders, originally formed in 2006 under the name Greyhound Rescue Shropshire & Borders, GRSB, is a branch of the Greyhound Trust. The group is made up of enthusiastic volunteers who kennel, foster and find homes for the greyhounds in our care. We wo…

  • Studland Parish Council

    Studland Parish Council

    Wareham, Dorset

    Welcome to the website of Studland Parish Council. Studland is a heathland village by the sea. The area covered by the parish is from the ridge of Ballard Down south of Poole Harbour and from the footpath at the Studland to Corfe Castle road, 200 metres south east of the stone circle.  Brownse…