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  • South Muskham and Little Carlton Parish Council

    South Muskham and Little Carlton Parish Council

    Newark, Nottinghamshire

    The villages of South Muskham and Little Carlton lie between the Great North Road (now the B6325) and the A616 Ollerton Road in the Newark and Sherwood district of Nottinghamshire. Located just 2 miles north of Newark-on-Trent and with the A1 passing close by the parish enjoys excellent road c…

  • Parkside Bowls Club

    Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire

                                                                                     PARKSIDE BOWLS CLUB…

  • Bourton-on-the-Water Parish Council

    Bourton-on-the-Water Parish Council

    Bourton-On-The-Water, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

    The Council The Parish Council is currently made up of 11 local unpaid volunteers who are elected for a 4 year term of office and who have a variety of responsibilities. The current term runs from May 2015-May 2019.  The Council Chairman and Vice-Chairman are elected each year and C…

  • Chideock Parish Council

    Chideock Parish Council

    Chideock, Bridport, Dorset

    Welcome to the Chideock Parish Council website. Chideock Parish consists of Chideock village together with the hamlet of Seatown and the part of North Chideock to the west of the River Winniford.   The Parish is in the Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is mainly rural in…

  • St Mary Bourne Parish Council

    St Mary Bourne Parish Council

    St Mary Bourne, Andover, Hampshire

    Welcome to the website for the civil parish of St Mary Bourne in the county of Hampshire.  This website is operated by St Mary Bourne Parish Council. The parish, part of the Bourne Valley, comprises the two villages of St Mary Bourne and Stoke with the hamlets of Binley, Egbury, Wadwick and th…

  • Worldham Parish Council

    Worldham Parish Council

    East Worldham, Alton, Hampshire

    Welcome to the website for the Worldham Parish. This site has been designed to inform villagers of upcoming events and news from within the Parish. It is also to allow others to get to know our beautiful Parish. If you have any comments or feedback we look forward to hearing from you. Suggestions always…

  • Fletching Parish Council

    Fletching Parish Council

    Fletching, Uckfield, East Sussex

    Fletching is a rural parish comprising 2,562 hectares in East Sussex.  There are 457 households in the parish and there are 839 electors.  The village of Fletching lies at the centre of the parish.  However, a majority of households in the parish are outside the village.  The dispers…

  • 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…

  • Averham, Kelham and Staythorpe Parish Council

    Averham, Kelham and Staythorpe Parish Council

    Averham, Newark, Nottinghamshire

    Averham, Kelham and Staythorpe are three attractive, rural villages along the River Trent in Nottingham shire.  They lie approximately three miles to the northwest of Newark. Within the parish boundaries we have a primary school, a lively and very active theatre (The Robin Hood Theatre),The Fox whic…

  • Cusop

    Cusop

    Hereford, Herefordshire

    Cusop - where Hay becomes Herefordshire. Located on the very western edge of Herefordshire, the village of Cusop, recorded in the Doomsday Book as "Cheweshope", is defined along its western edge by the Dulas Brook which forms the border with Wales. With many waterfalls, the…