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.
A handbell team using the four-in-hand style of ringing on a historic set of bells.
Loudwater Bowls Club
Friendly club playing outdoor lawn bowls from April to September. Green and clubhouse in Derehams Sports Centre, Loudwater, High Wycombe. Free convenient parking close by. New and experienced players always welcome.
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.
Village hall available to hire
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.
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/
Mursley Parish Council serves the village of Mursley, Buckinghamshire. It has seven members and meets every eight weeks with an interim meeting to consider planning applications.
Supporting people including but not limited to people of Nigerian heritage and their families by providing Education and Training through workshops, Meetings and Seminars . To strengthen and improve their skills in their current surroundings and build confidence within the local community which in return, will allow them to thrive within Aylesbury Community and Buckinghamshire county.
Owlswick Morris is a lively and hard-working Cotswold side, performing a variety of dance traditions with enthusiasm and much enjoyment. This mixed side, once based in Owlswick, now practices in Twyford near Buckingham - a village with a sadly lost 19th century morris tradition of its own.
Pace is a charity, school and therapy centre for children with motor disorders and support for families. We now provide bespoke therapy delivered by our multidisciplinary therapists to all children with any developmental delays up to the age of 18 at a nominal price.
Each June, Penn and Tylers Green hosts a 7 mile road race and a fun run to raise money for charity. For all the latest information we have relocated to our new website at penn7.com
Pinewood Trails 5k races is a generic name for races in Black Park Country Park and around Pinewood Studios.
We try to raise awareness of population issues, promote empowerment of women and encourage better access to family planning services - in the UK and worldwide. Empowered (educated) women have smaller, more sustainable families.
The society holds monthly meetings at the Prestwood Village Hall starting at 8:00pm on the second Thursday. We have an experienced speaker - subjects include gardening topics, natural and local history and travel. Each year we have garden outings, a harvest supper and a show. Members receive a newsletter four times a year and qualify for discounts at local nurseries.
Prestwood Nature aims to protect and enhance the quality of the natural environment in the Prestwood area through the involvement of local residents. We are located in the Chiltern Hills just north of High Wycombe.The area is centred on Prestwood and includes Great Missenden, the Kingshills, the Hampdens, Speen, Widmer End, Cryers Hill, Hughenden Valley, Naphill and Walter's Ash.
Local heritage & history society, with programme of talks and walks related to the area and of wider interest.