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Ilmer is a small Hamlet in rural Buckinghamshire. As a group of residents we ornaise acivities two or three times a year to allow us to get together and get to know each other. We are a non-profit organisation and any surpluses we make we donate to charity.
We are a dynamic and welcoming group of international women living in the Chiltern area. At our monthly meetings we share our skills and interests and sometimes enjoy a guest speaker on a range of lively topics. Our group is a stepping stone offering friendship to women new and local in the area, giving an opportunity to meet other women.
Jazz Matters was founded by late Sir John Dankworth to promote the knowledge of jazz. It is currently supported by Dame Cleo Laine. Supporters meet twice monthly at The Stables, Wavendon, North Bucks to hear guest speakers talk about jazz and hear live jazz on Sunday lunchtimes usually at 11-30am.
The Society organises monthly meetings with a visiting speaker and holds Spring, Summer & Autumn Shows. We have a Plant Sale in May.
Providing information about Girlguiding units in the Kingswood area (including Holmer Green, High Wycombe North, Penn & Tylers Green), as well as how to register your child and how to join as a volunteer.
Langley Park races is set up to promote a summer series of cross-country and trail races in Langley Park, Wexham, South Bucks. The races will be short distance runs suitable for all standards.
The Laughing Group was set up to organise recreational group cycle rides in South Bucks. Our rides are led by British Cycling trained leaders, who are CRB checked and carry third party liability insurance. Our rides cater for inexperienced and occasional cyclists who benefit from 'safety in numbers' cycling with experienced leaders.
A handbell team using the four-in-hand style of ringing on a historic set of bells.
We are a Flower Club of about 40 members and meet fortnightly on a Wednesday from 1.30pm - 3.30pm. Our sessions include practical sessions, workshops, demonstrations, outings and social events. We are a friendly club and welcome new members and visitors of all abilities to attend our meetings.
Little Missenden Festival, Oct 11th to 20th 2013 features classical concerts, jazz, early and folk music, art and literary lectures. Venue: St. John the Baptist Church, Little Missenden, Amersham HP70RA. Email:tickets@little-missenden.org. Programme and booking details on the website: www.little-missenden.org.
The purpose of the Parish Council is to represent the interests of the whole community. The Parish Council pages contains information about the duties and responsibilities of the Parish Council, as well as councillors' details and much online content such as planning applications, minutes and agendas, dates and times of meetings and much, much more.
Summer outdoor bowling from April to September very close to Marlow town centre. All standards of bowlers catered for and intensive coaching available for both experienced and novice bowlers. Indoor short-mat bowling takes place during winter months. Perfect setting based at Higginson Park, Marlow.
We offer training in choral music and vocal technique for singing in mixed, 4-part (SATB) choirs, with regular concert performances. About a hundred members from Marlow, High Wycombe, Bourne End, Cookham, Taplow, Maidenhead, Old Windsor, Stokenchurch, Henley, Reading and surrounding areas meet at Sir William Borlase's School, Wednesdays during term time, 7:30-9:00pm. Director of Music: Gillian Dibden MBE, GRSM, ARCM.
Marlowpag is open to all residents in the Marlow and surrounding area who are in the age group 50+
Village hall available to hire
MLRA represents the residents of Marsh Lane, & Ye Meads, Taplow
Medmenham Parish Council is the first tier of local councils for the residents of Medmenham
Middle Claydon Parish Council is situated in Aylesbury Vale
Society providing talks of local and general historical interest, and day coach trips. Based in Slough.
Mill End Voices is a ‘Come and Sing’ adult mixed choir - men are always welcome - meeting at Millbrook Combined School on every second Sunday of the month.
Milton Keynes Photography Club: providing a friendly atmosphere in which to learn about photography.
Mind The Gap is a group for people with Mental Health or Social Isolation issues. We run various activity and social groups, mainly in Chesham.
The Monks Risborough Horticultural Society has been running since 1894, and provides a number of events throughout the year for gardeners. We are friendly group of likeminded people of mixed age groups. Our Annual Show, held on Peter Lane Football ground. Apart from our show we also hold meetings during the winter months.
The local Oxon and Berks branch of the Morris Minor owners club (MMOC) Our new website can be found at http://www.oxonberks.mmoc.org.uk/
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