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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…

  •  The Clerk, Whatlington Parish Council

    The Clerk, Whatlington Parish Council

    Whatlington, East Sussex

    Whatlington is a small village situated along part of the A.21 Hastings to London road and the C.293 to Battle.    It is in the designated High Weald of Outstanding Natural Beauty - part of '1066 Country' Whatlington Village was originally the area by the Church, Village Hall and…

  • Ashby Bowling Club

    Ashby Bowling Club

    Ashby-De-La-Zouch, Leicestershire

    Ashby de la Zouch Bowling Club, since 1889, for 126 years has been providing Ashby de la Zouch the great enjoyment of playing bowls. Our club has a friendly, welcoming atmosphere for all age groups and genders. Come along and join our team to play the game in our beautiful surroundings. We have three Bow…

  • Great Hollands Bowls Club

    Great Hollands Bowls Club

    Wokingham, Berkshire

    Great Hollands is a club open to both sexes and all abilities for young and old.  We love new members, both experienced and beginners, and you will be made to feel very welcome as a member of the ‘club family’. Bowls should be fun and enjoyable.  Members range from those who e…

  • Church Pulverbatch Parish Council

    Church Pulverbatch Parish Council

    Pulverbatch, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

    Church Pulverbatch Parish Council meets on the fourth Thursday in January, March, May, July, September and November to discuss and act upon parish business for the overall benefit of the community. The meetings are held in the Village Hall starting at 7.30pm. Church Pulverbatch Parish Council …

  • Swaffham Town Council

    Swaffham Town Council

    Swaffham, Norfolk

    Swaffham is an attractive, family friendly Norfolk market town which sits at the very northern point of the Brecks, an area of outstanding tranquillity and beauty which stretches across Norfolk & Suffolk. Swaffham’s fine Georgian buildings are a reminder that this town has long been a commerci…

  • Turweston Parish Council

    Turweston, Brackley, Buckinghamshire

    Turweston is a small stone village of great charm on the borders between Buckinghamshire and Northamptonshire. It is situated on a gentle slope down to the River Ouse which runs parallel with the main village street. Most of the village lies within a conservation area and contains many attractive buildi…

  • Fernwood Parish Council

    Fernwood Parish Council

    Fernwood, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    What is a Parish Council? A Parish Council is a small local authority and its Councillors are elected for 4 years.  It is community based and the most accessible tier of local government.  Fernwood Parish Council has 7 Councillors who try to ensure that the views of the community are take…

  • Highclere Parish Council

    Highclere Parish Council

    Highclere, Newbury, Hampshire

    The Parish of Highclere is in North West Hampshire, within the borough of Basingstoke and Deane and the County of Hampshire. It lies astride the A343 Newbury to Andover road in the North Wessex Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty but also convenient for the ancient market town of Newbury, with its …

  • Wolsingham Parish Council

    Wolsingham Parish Council

    Bishop Auckland, Durham

    Wolsingham is a beautiful small town in the Wear Valley, 15 miles from Durham. It is surrounded by upland agriculture, with moorland and forestry, which makes it a delightful place to live, or to visit and explore. The Parish Council maintains the local services and encourages sustainable development in…