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Bradenham Parish Council represents and serves the residents of the village of Bradenham and parts of Walters Ash, in the Wycombe District in Buckinghamshire.
Membership is open to all who have served in the Korean Theatre, including Sons, Daughters, Grand Children and all of like mind who wish to serve the aims of the British Korean War Veterans in perpituity. The president of the Association is: William Speakman VC JP
Membership is open to all who have served in the Korean Theatre, also the Wives, Sons, Daughters and Grand Children (15 Yrs and Older) and all those of a like mind who wish to support Korean War Veterans.
The Community Association manages the Community Centre. We have two halls for hire. Disabled access and parking.Various discounts available. Crockery hire for in house or outside functions.
We offer fortnightly walks of 10/12 miles alternating between Saturday and Sunday. On the second Wednesday monthly a shorter day walk of about 8 miles with a pause for a pre-booked pub lunch is on offer Every year there are two long walking weekends away and three social activities the latter having less walking and more sighting.
The Best Kept Village Competition is open to villages and small towns throughout Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes. Entry is usually through parish and town councils but entries from village hall committees or other active community groups are also welcome.
The aims of the Guild are to share interest in spinning, weaving and dyeing, to pass on our knowledge and promote our crafts to the public. We meet once a month and have speakers from all aspects of crafts, and arrange workshops and demonstrations. Our Spinning and a Knitting Groups meet in alternate weeks. Anyone is welcome to join.
Do you play or enjoy listening to church organs? Then read further.
Buckinghamshire possesses an abundance of historical records of every kind. Buckinghamshire Record Society exists to make some of these records more readily available by publishing texts, calendars and indexes.
Wine Appreciation and Social Club.
Adult Learning Venues Please find below a list of the various locations throughout Buckinghamshire. To find a venue, please select the letter corresponding to the town or village you would like to view. Click on the venue name to view address details. http://www.adultlearningbcc.ac.uk/Page.aspx?pageid=51
Bucks NARF is a branch of the National Association of Retired Firefighters of the United Kingdom. Membership is open to all ex-members of the Fire Service either Full Time or Retained.
A comfortable and friendly atmosphere providing entertainment including local bands, quiz’s, darts and pool providing a community atmosphere for the County. There is a Function Hall and Committee Room available for hire. Various Sports Sections are available for a range of age groups. Membership is discounted for Council and Local Authority staff.
Working with parents, schools and young people to raise the attainment and achievement of children and young people in Buckinghamshire.
Our aim is to develop chess skills for juniors in Buckinghamshire. We organize chess coaching and county team matches for U9, U11, U14 and U18 age groups. This site provides information about the Bucks Youth Chess Association, details of forthcoming events and their related results.
WI group based in the new village of Calvert Green.
A voice for the age group so often marginalised in the society of today. Meetings: first Sunday monthly. -Calvert Green residents, aged 11-18 years. From getting the youth further involved in the community - giving something back, to environmental projects, to action for the youth here, what would WE like? What routes are available to US?
Celfunde Inheritance is a Chalfont St Peter Parish council funded, local history and heritage volunteer group, chaired by Cllr Linda Smith. We are currently applying for charitable status. Our aim is to promote and preserve the rich heritage of our village, educate and inform local children and residents about our local history and encourage tourism in this area.
Adult badminton club meeting at the Chalfont Leisure Centre Mondays 20.00 - 22.15
A Community Library, which will be run by volunteers, following the withdrawal of services by Bucks County Council. This will provide full library services for all members of the County library system, but especially for the residents of Chalfont St Peter.
Singles group for age 40's to 60's. Varied programme of events throughout the year. regular Pub night on the last Friday of the month.
To foster interest in all aspects of local natural history, and to encourage conservation and preservation of wildlife and sites of natural history interest.
We were founded in 2004 and relocated in 2009 to its present premises in Market Square, Chesham. The museum was conceived and is maintained, run and financed completely by local volunteers. The museum aims to educate visitors about the rich history of Chesham and its past inhabitants. Visits now free of charge thanks to a generous donation from Waitrose.
Our aim is to enjoy making music and to put on about three concerts per year. The orchestra is always on the lookout for new members, so if you are a string player, follow the link for more info.
Chiltern District Referees Society provides support and training for referees in the Chiltern area. We are proud to be one of the largest societies in Buckinghamshire, and our meetings are held on the third Thursday of every month during the season at Barn Hall, Amersham Community Centre.
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