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  • 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…

  • North Hampshire Prostate Cancer Support Group

    North Hampshire Prostate Cancer Support Group

    Basingstoke, Hampshire

    We provide support for men who have been diagnosed with Prostate Cancer Practical and emotional Talks from healthcare professionals Social events Exercise classes Not just for men, wives and partners welcome Medical advice provided by a NHS senior urology nurse Partner group with Prostate Cancer U…

  • Mattingley Parish Council

    Mattingley Parish Council

    Mattingley, Hook, Hampshire

    MATTINGLEY PARISH Mattingley is a rural Parish in the north east of Hampshire with a diverse landscape from the high ground of Hazeley Heath to the water meadows along the Whitewater Valley.  Mattingley sub-divided from the Parish of Heckfield in the late 19th century and is made up of five sm…

  • 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 …

  • Lyndhurst Football Club

    Lyndhurst Football Club

    Lyndhurst, Hampshire

    Welcome to the official site of Lyndhurst Football Club The club is based in the village of Lyndhurst, the capital of the beautiful New Forest National Park. Lyndhurst Football Club is a FA Charter Standard club, affiliated to the Hampshire Football Association. The club currently has two sen…

  • Weston Turville Parish Council

    Weston Turville Parish Council

    Weston Turville, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire

    Welcome to Weston Turville Parish Council's website.   Here you can find information relating to the work of the Council and amenities within the parish.  Please contact us if you have questions concerning the work of the Parish Council, if you have any concerns that you feel the Coun…

  • Maldon Bowling Club

    Maldon Bowling Club

    Maldon, Essex

    Maldon Bowling Club is a friendly and progressive club situated near The Promenade in the Blackwater town of Maldon in Essex. We have a playing membership of approximately 90: 70 male and 20 female, with bowling abilities ranging from novice to international standard. We have a wide range of f…

  • Penarth Windsor Bowling Club

    Penarth Windsor Bowling Club

    Penarth, South Glamorgan

    On 2 November 1911, 21 gentlemen met at the All Saints Parish Church to discuss the feasibility of establishing another Bowls Club in Penarth, a resolution that "A club should be formed" was accepted. Since then the club has focused on bringing quality facilities with a friendly atmospher…

  • 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…

  • Colchester West End Bowls Club

    Colchester West End Bowls Club

    Colchester, Essex

    Welcome to Colchester West End    SPECIAL OFFER -- ONLY £30 SUBSCRIPTION FEE FOR 2018 NEW MEMBERS  - NOVICE OR EXPERIENCED Founded in 1926, we are a small and friendly club that welcomes bowlers of all abilities and ages from young to “not-so-young”. We h…