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  • Weald Bowls League

    Weald Bowls League

    Woodchurch, Ashford, Kent

    The Weald Bowls League is a friendly but competitive mixed triples league comprising 3 divisions. Clubs currently participating include a diverse range including small village clubs with 4 rinks and much larger town based clubs. Matches are mainly played on Tuesday evenings.  Teams play all of the …

  • Portsmouth Area Talking News

    Portsmouth Area Talking News

    Portsmouth, Hampshire

    History The Portsmouth Area Talking News (PATN) was started in 1973 when the Government of the time decided that there was a need for visually impaired people to be able to access local news reported in the papers. PATN became a Charity enabling it to reach a wider audience beyond the confines of Ports…

  • Oulton Parish Council

    Oulton Parish Council

    Oulton, Norwich, Norfolk

    Oulton is a small parish in Norfolk. Situated north west of Aylsham, next to Blickling and its Hall. The parish contains the Congregational Chapel, a delightful example of an early non-conformist chapel. It is open to visitors on the second Sunday of every month from April to October. The Chapel is a Gr…

  • Slinfold Computer Café

    Slinfold Computer Café

    Slinfold, Horsham, West Sussex

    Slinfold Computer Café meets fortnightly on Friday mornings (10:00 - 12:00) in the Parish Room (upstairs) in Slinfold Village Hall (see Contacts page for location). It is specifically not an enthusiasts' club: in fact it is as much a social event as a club; our meetings are quite informal, and…

  • Aslockton Parish Council

    Aslockton Parish Council

    Aslockton, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire

    WELCOME TO ASLOCKTON PARISH COUNCIL - PART OF THE CRANMER WARD   Historical Background The place-name of Aslockton or Aslachetune as it is known from the Domesday survey of 1086 is derived from the personal name Aslach, which is Old Scandinavian, and the suffix tun, which is Old English for farms…

  • Barry Athletic Bowls Club

    Barry Athletic Bowls Club

    Barry, Vale Of Glamorgan

    Barry Athletic Bowls Club is a section within the long established umbrella club of Barry Athletic Club Limited, which offers cricket, bowls, tennis, and football to its members. Founded in the early 1900's, Barry Athletic Club Limited occupies a large prestigious site at the heart of the seasid…

  • Dinnington Neighbourhood Plan

    Dinnington Neighbourhood Plan

    Dinnington, Sheffield, South Yorkshire

    We are a community group established in July 2016 with the aim of creating a Neighbourhood Plan for Dinnington. This is the chance for Dinnington people to have a say in how they wish their town to develop in the future. The plan, which could take approximately 18 months to complete, will look at nu…

  • Bowls Lancashire

    Bowls Lancashire

    Manchester, Greater Manchester

    Home: About Us This is the new website for Bowls Lancashire for the 2019 season onwards. Bowls Lancashire is the organisation that runs the sport of Flat Green Bowling in the areas of Lancashire, Manchester, Merseyside and Cheshire. The Clubs within this area are at Bolton, Heaton Hall (Mancheste…

  • Essendine Parish Council

    Essendine Parish Council

    Essendine, Stamford, Lincolnshire

    Welcome to the web site of the Parish of Essendine, a village of some 365 people on the eastern edge of Rutland. The Parish forms part of the Ryhall and Casterton Ward of Rutland County Council and is represented on the County Council by two County Councillors, Chris Parsons and David Wilby. The Parish …

  • Egerton Parish Council

    Egerton Parish Council

    Egerton, Ashford, Kent

    Welcome to the Egerton Parish Council More Information about the vilage and its activities beyond the parish council’s domain can be obtained from. www.egerton-kent.co.uk Click here to view, save or print a welcome pack all you need to know about Egerton!   Further Parish Council informat…