Ethnic communities information service.
The Future of Our Village Forum is a coming together of representatives from a number of organisations in Bourne End to promote the village. It has produced a Community Led Plan for Bourne End and has distributed it to local councils at parish, district and county levels and a summary document has gone to all households in the area.
Gerrards Cross Community Association (GXCA) is home to clubs, societies, adult education, a youth centre and leisure facilities. Rooms can be booked for social functions (clubs, parties, weddings) and for business meetings. GXCA aims to promote the well–being of the local community by making available accommodation for clubs and societies, sponsoring new activities and running educational classes.
HS2 is coming. Steeple Claydon has started a community group to discover the opportunities that HS2 may bring to the village in the future.
Great Horwood and Singleborough is a parish in North Buckinghamshire containing two settlements – a medium-sized village (Great Horwood) and a small but separate hamlet (Singleborough). The Parish lies midway between Buckingham to the West and Milton Keynes to the East, and some 14 miles North of Aylesbury, the county town.
Village hall for community use by local residents and others, including recreational use, meetings, social activities, promotion of health and educational activities, activities for children, activities for the aged etc.
A FREE community gardening service offering grass cutting, weeding, trimming, strimming and pruning for elderly and disabled residents on Elmhurst (ONLY). Launching 17 June 2013.
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.
Group20 Badminton Club is a social badminton club.We play in Green Park Sports Centre,Stablebridge Road,Aston Clinton.With three courts available.We are always looking for new members of a good intermediate standard to join us.If you think this is for you come along to Green Park on Monday evenings 19.30 - 21 -00
Haddenham Mummers perform the village mummers play in and around Haddenham in the weeks just before Christmas every year.
Haddenham Museum Trust operates a local history museum in the old schoolroom of the Methodist church in High Street, Haddenham, HP17 8ES. The museum is open on Tuesday mornings from 10 to 12 noon and Sunday afternoons from 2 to 4.30 except for January and February. The museum is independent and is run entirely by volunteers.
Haddenham Screen runs community-based film shows for the residents of Haddenham, Bucks and surrounding communities. Films shown range from recent releases to classic movies, from dramas and biographies to musicals, from comedies and documentaries, from best of British to world cinema. Haddenham Screen provides a local low-cost alternative to commercial cinemas, using a large screen and modern projection equipment.
Haddenham U3A offers social and learning opportunities to retired and semi-retired people in Haddenham and district.
Haddenham Village Hall: location, facilities, hiring rates, booking and regular events.
Haddenham Youth & Community Centre is located in the centre of Haddenham, Bucks. Although situated within the grounds of Haddenham Junior School, the Centre is managed entirely independently of the school. HYCC provides a community hall available for hire by local organisations, groups, families and residents at competitive rates.
Hazlemere Fete is an annual event, normally held on August Bank Holiday monday. It attracts exhibitors from, a wide area, and acts as a focus for the large village of Hazlemere. Recently the event has moved from the Recreation Ground to Sir William Ramsay school field.
The HRA was founded 60 years ago, but atrophied in 2009 until after a hiatus of only six months, we recreated ourselves. We have spontaneously reformed to defend our quiet residential area against threats to develop on the SWR School field an all-weather athletics facility with all that implies in terms of lighting, noise at night, traffic, ASB and security.
Hazlemere Sports Association provides it's member clubs with facilities to support their matches, organisation and social functions at the Ken Williams Memorial Pavilion, sited on Hazlemere Recreation Ground. With changing rooms, committee room, function room and a social area with bar, it's the ideal venue and with a committed management committee to support further sporting activities.
This is a friendly group of people living in High Wycombe, Beaconsfield and nearby towns who enjoy speaking Spanish and share an interest in Spanish and Latin American culture in general. We meet every two weeks on Tuesday or Wednesday evenings for a few drinks and Spanish conversation in a relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Welcome to High Wycombe Bowling Club. We are located in Chestnut Avenue HP11 1DJ. Membership is open to all. We have vacancies for Ladies and Gents. We are always keen to recruit new members, whatever their age, gender or bowling experience. Our summer season runs from April to September. We have matches, competitions and social games for all ages.
This group has been set up to organise Russian speakers meetups in South Bucks, similar to the London Russian Language Meetup group. If enough people who are interested in speaking / practising Russian join, then we could organise conversation meetups locally in due course (High Wycombe / Beaconsfield / Amersham / Marlow). Please join the group at
The High Wycombe French Circle meets every second Friday in the month and is a place where both French and non French members can meet in a relaxed atmosphere to speak French and learn about France and the French culture through various activities. For more information please visit our face book page on or e-mail or phone Claire.
High Wycombe Shopmobility offers the free daily loan of electric scooters, manual and powered wheelchairs. Our equipment can be used in and around High Wycombe town centre for shopping, business or leisure purposes. We aim to promote independence and enhance daily living for anyone with limited mobility whether temporary or permanent. You do not need to be registered disabled.
We aim to provide education and bring together the Tamils in High Wycombe. At Wycombe Tamil Kalvikoodam, the Tamil children come together to learn their language, and be proud of who they are. They can also interact, and make friends with other Tamils. There is also a choice of many different cultural activities and programs.
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.