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  • Bromyard Bowls Club

    Bromyard Bowls Club

    Bromyard, Herefordshire

    About the Bowls Club "We are part of the Bromyard Sports Foundation, located on Tenbury road. We have an artificial surface enabling us to play for most of the year.  We have changing rooms, toilets and a canteen area where we provide teas after the matches. Our club plays matches again…

  • Barnoldby le Beck Parish Council

    Barnoldby le Beck Parish Council

    Grimsby, Lincolnshire

    Parish Councils are the first tier of local government.  Councillors are democratically elected to represent their communities and are there to support communities whilst being accountable to them. The village of Barnoldby le Beck is in Wolds Ward of North East Lincolnshire and is served …

  • Suffolk County Ladies Indoor Bowling Association

    Suffolk County Ladies Indoor Bowling Association

    Ipswich, Suffolk

    The official site for Suffolk County Ladies Indoor Bowling Association The County Association was established in 1983 with 12 indoor clubs in Suffolk joining the Association. The County is affiliated to the English Indoor Bowling Association Ltd. The Clubs affiliated to the County are entitled to ente…

  • Bishops Caundle Parish Council

    Bishops Caundle Parish Council

    Bishops Caundle, Sherborne, Dorset

    Although comprising only about 250 dwellings, the parish of Bishops Caundle has much to commend itself. Most notably the community runs its own village shop and post office. The White Hart Inn is a lovely 17th century pub providing a selection of real ales, fine wines and fine foods. The village also has…

  • 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…

  • Chelford Parish Council

    Chelford Parish Council

    Chelford, Macclesfield, Cheshire

    Chelford Parish Council is an elected body which is the first tier of local government and acts to represent the interests of the community.  The Parish Council consists of seven elected Parish Councillors who meet on a regular basis to determine what actions should be taken to promote and protect t…

  • Pentewan Valley Parish Council

    Pentewan Valley Parish Council

    Pentewan, St Austell, Cornwall

    Pentewan Valley Parish Council was created in June 2009 and comprises of the wards of Tregorrick and Trewhiddle, London Apprentice and Pentewan.  Historically the area had no parish council, but with the creation of a unitary authority in Cornwall on 1 April 2009 resulting in the abolition of Restor…

  • Collingham and District Gardening Association

    Collingham and District Gardening Association

    Collingham, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    Application for membership may be made by any resident of Collingham and District. Meetings are held on the first Tuesday in the month from September (AGM) to July, with speakers and demonstrations on all aspects of gardening and related topics.   Meetings mainly take place in the Mayfield Room at…

  • Astley Parish

    Astley Parish

    Astley, Shrewsbury, Shropshire

    Welcome ! This website is controlled and run by Astley Parish Council for the benefit of the parish , with the assistance of content editors from across the parish. The aim of this website is to represent and facilitate all areas of the Astley Parish within one website.   Call for photographs for …

  • Donhead St Andrew Parish Council

    Donhead St Andrew Parish Council

    Shaftesbury, Wiltshire

    What is a Parish Council? There are approximately  8,500 parish councils in England; in addition there are County Councils, Town Councils, Unitary Authorities etc.  Most parish councils were established in 1894 by an Act of Parliament, creating civil parishes that are quite distinct from those…