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  • 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…

  • Atherstone Choral Society cio

    Atherstone Choral Society cio

    Atherstone, Warwickshire

    ACS is a large non-audition choir that formed in 1974. Today it maintains a choral tradition that began with Handel (Messiah, 1741) and now extends to include Bach, Beatles and L'Estrange (Zimbe, 2008) ​ The choir aims to prepare four new concerts each year. Variety is the spice of life, so two (Sp…

  • Southampton (Old) Bowling Green

    Southampton (Old) Bowling Green

    Southampton, Hampshire

    The Story of Southampton (Old) Bowling Green   The Southampton (Old) Bowling Green is the oldest bowling green in the world. It was old even when Sir Francis Drake, the inspiration of romance and adventure to the boys of many generations, is reputed to have played the famous game on Plymouth Hoe i…

  • Kingscroft Bowls Club

    Kingscroft Bowls Club

    Earl Shilton, Leicester, Leicestershire

    A HISTORY OF EARL SHILTON ‘KINGSCROFT’ BOWLS CLUB   The Club began in 1912 as the Leycroft Bowling Club with only three Rinks.  Mr. E Harry Gilbert the founder of the Earl Shilton Building Society owned the Club and it was managed by a group of local businessmen.  Leycroft wa…

  • Fiskerton cum Morton

    Fiskerton cum Morton

    Southwell, Nottinghamshire

    Welcome to our new website reflecting life in Fiskerton and Morton, two separate villages near to the River Trent in Nottinghamshire England, yet linked within one civil parish.  If you have an upcoming event, photographs of previous events or articles that are of interest to the residents of the v…

  • Fulmer Village

    Fulmer, Slough, Buckinghamshire

    Fulmer is often described as “the prettiest village in South Bucks”. It has won the Buckinghamshire Best Kept Village competition many times, including the 2014 title. Nestling deep in the beautiful valley of the River Alderbourne, it is also one of the first truly separate villages outside t…

  • Stoke St Milborough Parish Council,

    Stoke St Milborough Parish Council,

    Stoke St Milborough, Ludlow, Shropshire

    Hopton Cangeford and Stoke St Milborough Parish Council. The P.C. Was formed in 1953. Hopton Cangeford had previously been part of Stanton Lacy Parish. The Village Hall, where we hold our meetings ,was built in the late 1980s, to replace an old army hut that had been used as the village hall since1922. …

  • Bagworth Bowls Club

    Bagworth Bowls Club

    Bagworth, Coalville, Leicestershire

    Bagworth Bowls Club has been in existence since approx. 1928 and in now located behind the Bagworth Community Centre on Station Road, Bagworth. The club was originally set up as a miners sports club but is now open to people of any age, men and women, new or experience bowlers. The club could origin…

  • Donington with Boscobel Parish Council

    Donington with Boscobel Parish Council

    Albrighton, Wolverhampton, Shropshire

    Donington is a hamlet and civil parish in Shropshire, England. Due to its small population, it shares a parish council with the neighbouring parish of Boscobel. Boscobel is the smallest parish in Shropshire by population. It is a civil parish in the east …

  • Emsworth Bowling Club

    Emsworth Bowling Club

    Emsworth, Hampshire

     Emsworth Bowling Club, established in 1996, continues to warmly welcome new members of all ages and abilities, both beginners and experienced players.  During the bowling season (April to late September), the club holds numerous internal competitions, fields several teams in local leagues, but…