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.
Monitoring, reporting and challenging Anti-Semitic Hate crime within South Bucks.
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.
Padbury Sick Benefit Society is the successor to the Padbury and Hillesden Friendly Society dissolved in 1856 and the Padbury Friendly Society dissolved in 1899
Each June, Penn and Tylers Green hosts a 7 mile road race and a fun run to raise money for charity.
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.
The Prestwood Society is a local interest group aiming to promote and protect all that is good in the built and natural environments of this Chiltern's AONB village. A programme is held of talks, walks and visits to local places of interest, an Annual Dinner with entertainment and an Annual General Meeting. Everyone is welcome to these events.
Prestwood Village Association (PVA) is being formed in 2013 to build a strong collective voice for Prestwood in response to government decentralisation and localism policies. This website has been superseded. Please see
Local heritage & history society, with programme of talks and walks related to the area and of wider interest.
We are a mixed,outdoor flat green bowling and social club.
We are a Netball Club.
Provides opportunities for retired professional and business men to meet, listen to good speakers and to socialise.
New hall completed October 2005 : large multi purpose main hall, conference room, interview room, fully equipped kitchen and bar
We are a community association providing facilities for local residents.
A site for Radclive-cum-Chackmore Parish Council to keep in touch with residents on local issues, encompassing contacts, planning matters, traffic concerns, booking the village hall and so on.
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An Approved Activity Provider for the Duke of Edinburgh's Award supplying Bronze, Silver and Gold Expeditions and training for young people in and around Buckinghamshire
To help the residents living in the Risborough area protect and enhance both the natural and developed environment and the provision of public services and amenities. To represent independently the views of residents on any significant issues concerning the natural and developed environment and the provision of public services and amenities
Milton Keynes branch of the RSCDS was formed in 1978. Weekly classes, with an RSCDS qualified teacher, welcome all abilities of dancer, as well as those wanting to start learning. You don’t need your own partner or special clothes. Just wear comfortable clothes, soft shoes and a smil
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