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A website serving the parish community in Artington, a small village a few miles south of Guildford.
The website contains, parish news, information on the parish council, minutes and agendas from council meetings and links to other local societies and community websites.
The website also includes ‘Riff Raff Diary Notes’, diary notes from Rob Craig, the lengthsman responsible for St Catherine’s stretch of the Godalming Navigation, who has given talks to Artington parishioners about the responsibilities of his unique job.
The Ash Parish Council Website is a website created by the Council to provide local information to the residents of Ash, Ash Vale and Ash Green, the three villages forming The Parish of Ash. The largest Parish in the Borough of Guildford.
The website contains, Parish news, full details, including contact details of the Parish Council, Parish, Borough and County Councillors, a “Whats on” page proving details of classes held at the Ash Centre, a very comprehensive diary of events for the future, as well as details including Agendas and Minutes of all of the Parish Council meetings. Special pages also provide details, including pictures of Parish Events including the annual Fun Day and Christmas Fantasia. There is generally a lot of information relating to the Parish.
A website that serves the Burpham Community, and is a subsidiary site for the Burpham Neighbourhood forum.
As well as giving updates on local news, the site also includes an events page, local history articles and pleasant suggested walks around the Burpham area. A map is also provided to point out key places of use for residents.
Links to local clubs, charities, and services can also be found on the website.
Guildford Action was originally set up to support those who were unemployed in Guildford but over time has evolved its services to include support for all those who are disadvantaged and in need within areas of Guildford and Waverley.
The projects that Guildford Action run are as follows; The Guildford Action Drop-in Centre which acts as a safe place (access to Doctor/Nurse, Laundry, Showers, subsidised food) for those who are or have been homeless and those who are disadvantaged or in need. The Guildford Action for Families (The GAF) runs community drop-in sessions within the families own areas, which gives parents/ carers practical advice and support with a multitude of problems that they might face in the bringing up of children.
The website includes information about these projects, a page for donations, events and news, information about supporting organisations and other useful links
A website that represents the ‘Guildford Freiburg Association,’ the society that was set up to foster links between Guildford and the German town it is twinned with, Freiburg.
The aim of the society is to promote understanding between Guildford and Freiburg and foster links between them through personal, social, sporting, cultural, business and official contacts as well as to exchange visits and links for schools and businesses.
The website includes a history of the ‘twinning’ of the two towns, information and pictures about Freiburg, useful link, upcoming events and information about how to organise exchanges.
The Guildford Photographic Society website allows its members to keep up with news and events and to share some of their work in a communal gallery. It also gives visitors information about the club, what events visitors are allowed to participate in and information on how to join.
The club is over 100 years old and offers its members a well balanced program of events, including: lectures from distinguished photographers, presentations and tutorials by current members and competitons which are open to all members.
Visitors are welcome to come along to a few meetings free of charge, to see if the club appeals to them.
Holy Trinity Amenity Group is the neighbourhood association formed to look after the interests of residents of the part of Holy Trinity Ward nearest to central Guildford.
It acts as guardian and promoter of local amenities by fostering a sense of community in the area and celebrating the area’s cultural heritage; understanding the likely effects of proposals for change, and making residents aware of them; canvassing residents for their views, and making these known to the relevant decision-making bodies.
Listed on the Joining In! website are a wide range of community based activities and things going on in the Westborough and Park Barn area of Guildford, that you can be part of.
Take a look by clicking on the buttons towards the top of the website and see what interests you. You will be more than welcome to go along and take part, or you could become even more involved and volunteer your services.
The entries show how rich and diverse this community is and how much is going on here. These groups, clubs, organisations and events allow people to get involved, make friends, have fun and, if they want, learn new skills. All this in turn helps strengthen our community – and the Joining In! project is helping to make this happen…
The Parish of Westborough is a friendly parish with worshippers of all ages. They believe that God is calling us to be the church that he wants us to be by growing closer to Him and each other through worship and fellowship. They also believe He calls us to proclaim and demonstrate His love effectively within our community by the reality of our faith.
There are two churches in our parish: St Francis’ Church in Beckingham Road, Westborough and St Clare’s Church at the junction of Southway and Cabell Road, Park Barn.
The website includes maps of how to find both churches, details of events in the parish and descriptions of what the work and worship that each Church does.
As a Facebook page all members can contribute and post articles, events and photographs. The page can be viwed by any non-member for information
Letters, comments on existing articles and contributions are always very welcome.
We care for more than 9,000 hectares of the county’s countryside for the benefit of people and wildlife.
We are the largest Wildlife Trust in terms of land managed – being responsible for 4.5% of the county. SWT is part of a nationwide network of 47 local Trusts working to protect wildlife in towns and the countryside. Collectively, the Wildlife Trusts have 800,000 members and thousands of nature reserves.
Become a member of SWT and help support our conservation work across Surrey.
Voluntary Action South West Surrey (VASWS) is an independent charity funded by local authorities, the NHS and the Big Lottery Fund to support, develop and promote voluntary and community involvement across the boroughs of Guildford and Waverley.
VASWS offers an extensive range of free services to all voluntary groups in our area, so whether you are a very small group just starting out or an established charity we can help. We also match people who want to volunteer with local organisations seeking volunteers through our accredited Volunteer Centres.
The website includes: sections on Volunteer Centres and Sector information, news and events pages, and opportunities for networking.
Local amenities include a church (St Albans), infant school, post office and two public houses (the White Hart and the Royal Oak). The Normandy Youth Center also serves the children of the area.
A website serving the large parish community of Worplesdon. Situated three miles north of Guildford, Worplesdon comprises Fairlands, Jacobs Well, Pitch Place, Perry Hill, Rickford and Wood Street Village.
The website contains information including parish newsletters, information about the parish, information about the Parish Council including agendas and minutes of council meetings, details of the Parish Council’s Emergency Plan, the Worplesdon Flood Forum and much more.
If you have a village or community website you would like to add to this page please contact the editor.