Our Selection

Local community site for Beckwithshaw near Harrogate. Lots of useful local information.

Local Bookham community newspaper website with lots of local news and interest.

Another community/village site packed full of local information and really interesting links - useful not only for Bridford locals but also people who may be visiting the village or merely making a virtual visit on the Internet.

There is information about local sporting activities - from fishing to keep fit. The church has a section with Sunday services, a page about the church bells and the Rector's letter.

This is a community site which has lots of local village information and news together with church news and details of services, fundraising events and so on.

There has been lots of local input with various people contributing to the site - a retired colonel keeps site users amused with his Humour Links and fascinated by his local history contributions.

The site featured pictures of all 42 scarecrows in the village school's 2005 TV Programme Scarecrow Trail!

Community site uniting 5 villages within the Oldbury Benefice. The site has information about Cherhill, Yatesbury, Compton Bassett, Heddington and Calstone Wellington.

Website for the Royal Fusiliers Museum based in the Tower of London.

Shirehampton community site, centred on St Mary's Church, Shirehampton

Really useful community site with excellent local information together with gardening and farming links that are relevant to the local area.

St Martin's Church, Walsall runs this site with lots of information about church events as well as local links.

Click for more information about Old St Peters


Longstock Village Fete, Saturday 31 August 2019.   12.30pm - 4.30pm.  The Fete to be opened by Revd Philip Bowden                

Entry Charge £1 Children under 12 – Free Entry

Lots to do and see at the Fete this year – a Medieval re-enactment + the opportunity to meet the people involved.   Childrens games, an Adventure Tunnel and Bouncy Castle; BBQ; Beer Tent; Teas plus the usual bric-a-brac, books, produce tent, bottle stall, and much more – brass band, duck racing and the golf challenge.   Please put the date in your diary.

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