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LOCALISED INFORMATION [ORDERED BY COUNTY / REGION]

Croyde Area Residents Association - CARA [Devon]
Croyde Area Residents Association, protecting the coastal village of Croyde, famous for thatched cottages and surf. Hugely Popular tourist destination, consequently, constantly under development threat.
Contact:
e-mail | Visit our website

South West Coast Path Association [Devon]
An association (a registered charity) to promote the interest of the users of the 613 mile South West Coast Path. The user/pressure group. Guide book updated annually, plus other publications.
Contact: Eric Wallis, Windlestraw, Penquit, Ermington, Devon. Pl21 0LU
Ph. +44 (0)1752 896237 | e-mail | Visit our website

Netherbury [Dorset]
Netherbury is a beautifully secluded small village which straddles the river Brit, between Beaminster and Bridport.
Contact: Mandy Alford, Netherbury, Dorset. DT6 5LY
Ph. +44 (0)1308 488 635 | e-mail | Visit our website

Bromyard Internet Services [Herefordshire]
Bromyard is small Herefordshire Market Town. In the annual calendar of events, the Spring Festival, the Gala, the Folk Festival and the Christmas Lights attract many UK and overseas visitors.
Contact: Mr. F.W.K.Jarman, Office 2, Public Hall, Rowberry Street, Bromyard. HR7 4DU
Ph. +44 (0)1885 488079 | Fax +44 (0)1885 483743 | e-mail | Visit our website

Pembridge Tourism Association [Herefordshire]
Currently Herefordshire's 'Village of the Year', Pembridge is the jewel in the crown of the Black & White Village Trail, providing the ideal centre for an idyllic holiday in the countryside.
Contact: Robert Anderson, The Garth, Pembridge, Herefordshire. HR6 9DX
Ph./Fax +44 (0)1544 388292 | e-mail | Visit our website

Ardgour - Highland Crofting Township [Highlands]
A rare example of a community that still practises crofting. Near Glencoe and Ben Nevis, this is an ideal base for walking or car touring, even on Skye and Mull. Glenfinnan, where Bonnie Prince Charlie started the '45 is close by and Loch Nan Uahm where the last Stuart finally left Scottish soil is also close.
Contact: Robert Brown (Webmaster), Ghillies Neuk, Ardgour, Fort William. PH33 7AA
Ph. +44 (0)1855 841225 | Fax +44 (0)1855 841214 | e-mail | Visit our website

Faversham [Kent]
The Internet Guide to the Market Town and Port of Faversham, the Medieval Gem of Kent.
Contact: Peter Faulkner, Faversham, Kent. ME13 7PY
Ph. +44 (0)1795 530710 | e-mail | Visit our website

Bourne in Words and Pictures [Lincs.]
This is a personal view in words and pictures of a small Lincolnshire market town compiled by Rex Needle who will be 70 this year. He has written, researched and photographed the site which changes each week and the result is a glimpse of rural England with over 200 pictures and more than 100,000 words of text.
Contact: Rex Needle
e-mail | Visit our website

Friends of Lincolnshire Archaeology [Lincs.]
The Friends of Lincolnshire Archaeology is a charity promoting archaeology in the county through events, visits and hands-on events. We act as a bridge between professional and non-professional archaeologists.
Contact: The Secretary, C/o Heritage Lincolnshire, The Old School, Cameron St., Heckington, Sleaford, Lincs. NG34 9RW
Ph. +44 (0)1529 461499 | Fax +44 (0)1529 461001

Lincolnshire Landscape [Lincs.]
Lincolnshire Landscape is a picture diary of Lincolnshire, showing visitors hidden places as well as local events, weather, genealogy, aviation, hotels and more.
Contact: Rowland Dawson
e-mail | Visit our website

Rippingale Village [Lincs.]
Visit Rippinagle online - a rural Lincolnshire village.
Contact: Guy Meacham
e-mail | Visit our website

Brampton Valley Way [N'hants.]
A beautiful walk through 13 miles of the Northamptonshire countryside. Ideal for walkers, cyclists, horse-riders. Numerous picnic areas and car parks. Easy disabled access throughout. Open all year.
Contact: Charles Moorhen, 16 Flaxwell Court, Northampton. NN3 9DE
e-mail | Visit our website

Arnold [Notts.]
The Arnold Town and local villages pages covers the the origin and the development of the area covering the famous painter Bonington and William Lee the inventor.
Contact: John Foster, 25 Hunter Road, Arnold, Nottingham.
Ph. +44 (0)1 | Fax +44 (0)1 | e-mail | Visit our website

Charlbury Website [Oxon.]
News, events, where to stay plus local sports pages. Also includes Old Pictures of Charlbury as well as Charlbury today pictures.
Contact: Ray Marshall, Woodstock Rd., Charlbury, Oxon.
Ph. +44 (0)1608 810547 | e-mail | Visit our website

Oxfordshire Branch - Council for the Protection of Rural England
With over 1500 members the Oxfordshire Branch runs a hedgerow survey; comments on county/local plans and planning applications; provides advice on planning issues; runs a nature conservation awards section in Best Kept Village Competition. Local office open on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10.00am to 1.00pm. The CPRE itself aims to protect the countryside from unnecessary development and as a pressure group seeks to influence policy makers and planners in both rural and urban areas, to ensure that sustainability is considered at all levels. It also monitors the likely impact of new laws and practices in the countryside - such as Hedgerow legislation.
Contact: Branch office: 60 East St. Helen Street, Abingdon. OX14 5EB;
Ph./Fax +44 (0)1235 535900

Peak District Online
Peak District Online is an extensive resource for information and details about all things concerning the Peak District, from eating out in the Peak District to it's history! Whether it's information on Holiday Cottages or simply the best place to tour! Visit our Website

Llanwrtyd-Wells [Powys]
The Smallest Town in Wales - with a population of around 500.
Contact: Mobile +44 (0)7967 882929 | Visit our main website or our 2nd website

Offa's Dyke Association. [Powys]
Promoting the conservation, improvement and better knowledge of the Welsh border region along the Offa's Dyke Path.
Contact: Rebe Brick, West Street, Knighton, Powys. LD7 1YT.
Ph. +44 (0)1547 52875 | e-mail | Visit our website

John Muir Trust [Scotland]
The John Muir Trust owns around 50,000 acres of the country's most stunning scenery including Ben Nevis, and areas in Knoydart, Sutherland and the Isle of Skye. We join with the local communities to care for these special places.
Contact: Katie Jackson, Freepost, John Muir Trust, Musselburgh. EH21 7BR
Ph. +44 (0)131 554 0114 | Fax +44 (0)131 555 2112 | e-mail | Visit our website

The High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Unit [E.Sussex]
The High Weald AONB is a valued Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the rural heart of South East England. It is a historic countryside of small fields and scattered farmsteads among wooded, rolling hills, sunken hedge-lined lanes and river valleys. The High Weald AONB Unit is the specialist team that sources and provides advice, expertise and guidance to care for the area. The team encourages and enables others to work together to manage the area sustainably.
Contact: Communications Officer (Ian Spindley), Corner Farm, Hastings Rd., Flimwell, E. Sussex. TN5 7PR
Ph. +44 (0)1580 879500 | Fax +44 (0)1580 879499 | e-mail | Visit our website

The Dales Way Association [W.Yorks.]
The Association seeks to support and, where possible, improve the Dales Way long distance trail which runs between Ilkley and Bowness on Windermere.
Contact: David Smith, 3 Moorfield Rd, Ilkley. LS29 8BL
Ph./Fax +44 (0)1943 601761 | e-mail | Visit our website

North Yorkshire Moors Association [Yorks.]
A registered charity whose aims are: To Protect and Enhance the Characteristic Beauty of the North Yorkshire Moors for Present and Future Generations.
Contact: Ken Hutchinson, White Gate Cottage, Church Lane, Thornton-le-Dale. YO18 7QL
Ph. +44 (0)1751-475412 | e-mail | Visit our website

Mamble Village Website [Worcs.]
This site offers an insight into the rural Worcestershire village of Mamble which has a surprising industrial heritage, unusual church plus the village features in a popular poem.
Contact: Chris Shaw
e-mail | Visit our website

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