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  • Upper Clatford

    Upper Clatford

    Upper Clatford, Andover, Hampshire

    This web site has been funded by Upper Clatford Parish Council to provide a unified site for visitors seeking information about activities within the Parish.  The site aims to cover:  Parish Council matter, the Neighbourhood Development Plan (see NDP page) possibly Village Hall matters (ht…

  • Lilbourne Parish Council

    Lilbourne Parish Council

    Lilbourne, Rugby, Northamptonshire

    Lilbourne is a village in the very north of Northamptonshire very close to the Warwickshire border.  It is close to the M1 which runs past the village, and the A5 West of the village.reducing to 273 at the 2011 Census. Just outside Lilbourne is the River Avon and the remains of a Nor…

  • Broughton in Hampshire

    Broughton in Hampshire

    Broughton, Stockbridge, Hampshire

    Broughton lies in the heart of the Hampshire countryside in England midway between the medieval cities of Salisbury to the west and Winchester to the east, and between the old market towns of Andover to the north and Romsey to the south. It covers an area of some 3,792 acres with a population …

  • Hamble Local History Society

    Hamble Local History Society

    Hamble-Le-Rice, Southampton, Hampshire

    The Society was formed in 1999 with the aim to promote interest in all aspects of history in Hamble and the surrounding areas. It normally holds its meetings at the Roy Underdown Pavilion, College Playing Fields, Baron Road, Hamble, SO31 4RN.   New members and visitors are always wel…

  • Cusop

    Cusop

    Hereford, Herefordshire

    Cusop - where Hay becomes Herefordshire. Located on the very western edge of Herefordshire, the village of Cusop, recorded in the Doomsday Book as "Cheweshope", is defined along its western edge by the Dulas Brook which forms the border with Wales. With many waterfalls, the…

  • New Lount Bowling Club

    New Lount Bowling Club

    Coleorton, Coalville, Leicestershire

    About Us Brief history of New Lount Bowling Club New Lount Bowling Club is situated in the village of Coleorton in North West Leicestershire, and is the only Bowling Club in the Coleorton, Newbold, Griffydam, Osgathorpe and Belton area. The Club was founded in 1928 as the New Lount Sports & A…

  • Irchester Parish Council

    Irchester Parish Council

    Irchester, Wellingborough, Northamptonshire

    Irchester Parish Council is a civil local authority found in England and is the lowest, or first, tier of local government. Parish Councils are elected corporate bodies, have variable tax raising powers, and are responsible for areas known as civil parishes, serving in total 16 million people. …

  • Clive Parish Council

    Clive Parish Council

    Clive, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

    Clive is a village and situated around the west side of Grinshill Hill.  Grinshill sandstone, from the nearby quarry at Grinshill is used throughout the village for building material from walls and houses to the village church.  Grinshill is a nearby village and beauty spot. The English R…

  • Thruxton Parish Council

    Thruxton Parish Council

    Thruxton, Andover, Hampshire

    A SHORT HISTORY OF THRUXTON A community of people has dwelt in the parish of Thruxton for at least a thousand years.  The settlement was called Anne at the time of the Domesday survey but it became known as Turkilleston by the 12th Century.  The name was shortened to Throxton and Truxton …

  • West Somerset Bowls League

    West Somerset Bowls League

    Bridgwater, Somerset

    ABOUT THE WEST SOMERSET BOWLS LEAGUE Originally researched & written by League Sec Alan Wood Dec 2016 Updated following changes recorded at subsequent AGMs When the league began is not known but from the records available it seems that the league comprised most of the clubs competing now together…