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  • Collingham Parish

    Collingham Parish

    Collingham, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    Collingham Parish The Parish of Collingham consists of the villages of Brough, Danethorpe and Danethorpe Hill as well as Collingham itself.  The major village of Collingham sits astride the A1133 approximately 6 miles North of Newark-on-Trent and 12 miles South West of Lincoln.  This lively&nb…

  • West Bagborough

    West Bagborough

    West Bagborough, Bagborough, Somerset

    The village of West Bagborough is the main village in the Parish. The parish stretches from the A358 to the West, Triscombe to the North, Shopnoller to the South and to Birches Corner in the East.  It also incorporates much of Lydeard Hill open country and common ground. Most of the Parish nest…

  • Sutton Bonington Bowls Club

    Sutton Bonington Bowls Club

    Sutton Bonington, Loughborough, Nottinghamshire

    @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ This is a new website for Sutton Bonington Bowls Club which is now being created @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@ We are currently trying out the Hugo Fox facilities which claim to enable non  Technical people to manage and maintain …

  • Stretton under Fosse Parish Council

    Stretton under Fosse Parish Council

    Stretton Under Fosse, Rugby, Warwickshire

    Stretton under Fosse is a small village situated between Rugby and Coventry. It is a small village in Warwickshire with a population of just under 200. It is set in beautiful countryside near the canal and just off the Fosse Way. The Parish Council meets approximately every six weeks in the Village Hall…

  • Elham Parish Council

    Elham Parish Council

    Elham, Canterbury, Kent

    WELCOME TO ELHAM PARISH COUNCIL   The Elham Valley has kept its natural beauty and historical buildings, with many country walks to enjoy the scenery. The village has three pub restaurants including two of which are B&B’s. The village also includes a convenience store, village hall, t…

  • 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 …

  • Anderton Parish Council

    Anderton Parish Council

    Anderton, Chorley, Lancashire

    WELCOME TO ANDERTON PARISH COUNCIL WEBSITE The Parish of Anderton is the south easternmost civil parish of the Borough of Chorley, and of the administrative county of Lancashire. It lies on the border between Lancashire and the Greater Manchester metropolitan area. Largely rural in nature, Anderton also…

  • Awbridge Parish Council

    Awbridge Parish Council

    Southampton, Hampshire

    Who are we? Awbridge Parish Council is a local authority that makes decisions on behalf of the people in Awbridge.  The Parish Council is the level of local government closest to the community, with Test Valley Borough Council and Hampshire County Council above it in the hierarchy.  As it is t…

  • Village Hall (Pine Lodge)

    Village Hall (Pine Lodge)

    Little Milton, Oxford, Oxfordshire

    Beautiful venue for weddings, parties, reunions, family gatherings & meetings. The hub of Little Milton village life, from exercise classes, children's clubs, crafts, quiz nights to theatre and concerts. At the north end of the picturesque village of Little Milton on the A329, The Pine…

  • 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…