1.2.3. Soleil is a non-profit making French school for children from the age of 3 living in a bilingual family. A French educational program is delivered by qualified French native speaking teaching staff. Classes will be held every Saturday morning. Please get in touch at info@123soleil.co.uk to get enrolled or to join our team of French qualified teachers.
1st Kingshill Scout Group has approximately 70 boys and girls in our Beaver, Cub and Scout sections, mostly from the villages and schools of Great and Little Kingshill, between Great Missenden and High Wycombe. We offer a great variety of activities for our children, encouraging widespread contact and involvement between the sections and also with the member’s whole family.
1st Marsh Gibbon Scout Group including Beavers, Cubs and Sea Scouts.
Age Concern Slough and Berkshire East has several services for older people in Slough and Berkshire East which can be delivered in their own homes. We have a wide range of Services specially designed for the over 50s. Most of these services are available free to registered clients.
Disability sport organisation.
Modelling all kinds of railways in many gauges
Ashendon Village Hall is situated in the Main Street opposite the church with a large village car park nearby. We have a fully fitted kitchen and a full range of china and cooking utensils. Our charges are moderate.
A friendly non-league badminton club playing on Tuesday evenings. Near Aylesbury, Tring & Wendover.
For all people to share their knowledge of making video films, hints and tips on using your camcorder and video editing.
To provide competitive and social chess for adult players of all standards.
We're a user friendly cycling group who meet at least once a week on a Sunday to ride through the Bucks countryside. You don't need to be Chris Froome or Lance Armstrong. Just you, a bike, a pair of legs and a helmet. And an enjoyment of cycling with other people.
We are a charity providing free support for adults over 18 with learning disabilities, mental health issues, or other communication difficulties. We specialise in helping people with all aspects of benefits, including help with completing the forms, going to assessments and other meetings, and a full appeals and tribunal service. We also support vulnerable parents in Child Protection cases.
We're an LGBT+ events and social group, based in the Aylesbury Vale area of Buckinghamshire, UK, in association BucksMIND, Buckinghamshire County Council and OUTEverywhere. Come and meet local members of the LGBT+ community, their allies, friends and families in a relaxed, safe and social atmosphere, at our monthly Coffee Posses and other events throughout the year.
ME / CFS is a little understood but potentially devastating illness. Symptoms can include: prolonged unremitting exhaustion, muscle pain, joint pain, severe headaches, cognitive problems and many more. Some people with ME may be able to manage school or work with difficulty while others can be left bedridden for years.
Buckingham Area Rural Transport - BART - is a not for profit organisation set up to establish a community bus scheme for North Buckinghamshire.
The group puts on up to three shows per year and has entered plays into the local drama festivals. It remains proud of its heritage; but is never afraid to push the boundaries of both the membership and audience.
The photo album will display photo taken at the Black Park parkrun.
Our Institute was formed in 1959. In 2009 we celebrated out Golden Anniversary! We meet at 7.30 pm on the first Thursday each month in the hall at the Freeman Memorial Church, Buckingham Road, Bletchley. We have 45 members and enjoy a varied programme of speakers. Annual subscription is £36 which includes eight copies per year of the WI magazine.
Local horticultural society covering a wide range of horticultural interests including monthly speakers and organised trips. Meetings held on 3rd Thursday of each month at 8pm.
Bradenham Parish Council represents and serves the residents of the village of Bradenham and parts of Walters Ash, in the Wycombe District in Buckinghamshire.
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.
Buckingham & District Walking Group walks every other weekend throughout the year. The walks alternate between Saturday and Sunday and last up to about six hours walking up to ten miles. We also have a mid-week Wednesday walk once a month, this usually involves a meal at a local hostelry. Twice a year we arrange a residential four day break.
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.