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20 September 2014

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  • Action Field Gun 2001 (Portsmouth)
    Our activity is action field gun last seen at the Royal Tournament which was axed in Aug 1999. We now perform the same run, over the same course, using the same equipment. We now perform with civilians and ex-field gunners.
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  • Andover Outdoor Group
    There are also varied social events which members are encouraged to arrange.
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  • Avonvale Sun Club
    A members naturist club founded in the early 1960's. Located in beautiful natural surroundings within the New Forest National Park providing leisure and sport facilities for naturists.
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  • Bendrigg Trust
    Bendrigg Lodge is a residential outdoor activity centre running courses for disabled and disadvantaged groups. All courses are tailor made and include a wide variety of activities, run by our experienced and qualified staff. Open throughout the year (except Christmas and New Year). Self catering annexe available.
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  • Brune Park Community School
    Family and Adult Learning, lettings of facilities - Sports hall, gym, pool, halls, dance studio, drama spaces, music technology suite, classes and clubs in a range of activities for all. Great venue, lots of open space.
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  • Countryside Education Trust (Beaulieu)
    Day visits to New Forest Treehouse Study Centre for environmental education and to Out of Town Centre for farm, garden and food related activities. Residential visits to Out of Town Centre for environmental, farm, geography, history & science courses. Community courses at key stages 1-4, pre school, youth groups, adults and family groups.
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  • Deadwater Valley Trust
    Volunteering on conservation projects within The Deadwater Valley Local Nature Reserve from 11am-1pm, meet at car park on Conde Way. Guided walks lead by the rangers every Wednesday for 'Friends of the Deadwater's. Meet at the car park on Conde Way - this is the main car park for The Deadwater Valley Local Nature Reserve. Meet at 10.45am to leave at 11.00am - car sharing and lifts sorted at car park. Guided educational visits to the Local Nature Reserve. Biodiversity Survey opportunities for wildlife lovers.
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  • Eastleigh Countryside Service
    440 acres of woodland and water meadows beside the River Itchen. Trails, picnic sites, play areas and BBQs at Itchen Valley Country Park. Visitors centre is accessible to wheelchairs and has a café (weekends + school holidays only), exhibitions and gift shop. Forest trail is wheelchair accessible. Volunteers may also be involved in other countryside sites in the borough. Now known as Eastleigh Countryside Volunteers also task every Wednesday morning at Lakeside Country Park
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  • Eastleigh Health Walks
    Free health walks lasting 1 hour, 11 times a week from 9 locations within Eastleigh borough.
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  • Fairground Gardening Club
    Monthly presentations on gardening topics and summer visits to places of interest.
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  • Friends Caravan Club
    Friendly club offering low cost weekend/long weekend rallies within reasonable distance of Aldershot without children. For caravan/motor home owners.
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  • Friends of Brickfields Country Park
    Volunteer group dedicated to the upkeep of possibly the smallest country park in the UK. Used by local schools for nature studies etc. Occasional volunteers welcome. - Possibly the UK's smallest Country Park!
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  • Friends of Leesland Park
    Leesland Park offers visitors a number of activities and facilities. Play activities include a childrens play area, sports area and skate park. There is a large area of grass and a community orchard, sensory garden, conservation area and wildground - all of which are open and available to walk through or to sit and enjoy. An annual late summer community event is presented by The Friends of Leesland Park - see website for further detail.
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  • Friends of Park Wood
    A programme of practical work days to manage Park Wood for the benefit of wildlife and local people and holding public events and guided walks to promote Park Wood to the local community for informal recreation and create public awareness of Park Wood as a natural resource for the local community.
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  • Gosport Midweek Conservation Volunteers
    A range of countryside management tasks such as hedge-laying, path and boardwalk construction, post and rail fencing, pond clearance etc. Also assistance with events and general projects such as the tree nursery and wildlife garden and nature reserve wardening.
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  • Greenham and Crookham Conservation Volunteers
    Practical outdoor conservation work.
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  • Guildford National Trust Volunteers
    Volunteers assist the National Trust Wardens in day work and various social activities for members. Outdoor work - scrub bashing, fence building, car parking duty, creating etc.
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  • Hampshire Country Learning
    We provide farm visits for schools, countryside days for schools, training for teachers and farmers and opportunities for volunteers to help deliver education on various farms around Hampshire.
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  • Hardley Runners
    Running club affiliated to the England Athletics SEAA & Hants AA. 200+ adult members, male & female, of all abilities. Cover all brances including cross country, trail, mountain marathons, ultra distance events, triathlon and duathlon. TRA, FRA, BTA, RTTC, New Forest Sports Council.
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  • Hilsea Lido - Pool for the People Trust
    We host volunteer days at the Blue Lagoon, Hilsea Lido every Thursday 10am-4pm. We hold monthly open meetings on the 4th Thursday of each month at 12 noon. We also hold fundraising events.
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  • Langdown Lawn Recreation Ground
    Contact your parish council for further details of parks/open spaces/and recreational areas or sites available on web site.
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  • Lloyd Recreation Ground (Marchwood)
    All weather courts for tennis, 5-a-side football and hockey. Full size football pitch. Contact your parish council for further details of parks, open areas & recreational spaces.
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  • Local Information Point (Hedge End Town Council)
    Local Government Office. Recreational facilities booked to include football pitches, tennis, cricket.
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  • Marwell Wildlife
    Zoological Park
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  • Moors Valley Country Park and Forest
    Country Park includes - Playtrail, play areas, tree top trail, way-marked walks and cycle trails, narrow guage steam railway, fishing, high ropes course, cycle hire, 18 hole pay & play golf course, visitor centre, tearoom & gift shop. Ranger service runs adult, family & childrens events throughout the year.
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  • Peter Ashley Activity Centre
    Archery, air rifle shooting, climbing, martial arts, assault course, billiards, table football etc. Dormitory accommodation for up to 80 people.
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  • Petersfield Open Air Heated Swimming Pool
    For the general public a swimming and paddling pool with full disability facilities. A training centre for life guards/savers.
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  • Playing Field (Noads Way)
    Contact your parish council for further details of parks/open spaces & recreational areas.
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  • Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee Activities Centre
    Activities include canoeing, motor boat, climbing, archery, problem solving/initiative tests and zip wire. Holiday accommodation for groups of up to 8 people. A day service based on an allotment & encompassing living skills, gardening, cooking etc.
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  • Rawhyde Ultimate Frisbee
    Arranging weekly practices to play Ultimate Frisbee either outdoors in Summer or indoors in Winter. Develop knowledge and skills through weekly practices, and an opportunity to attend a number of tournaments throughout the year.
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  • RSPB Wildlife Explorers (Fleet)
    Indoor and outdoor meetings are organised every month except August and December.
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  • Shore Road Playing Field
    Contact your parish council for further details of parks, open spaces and recreational areas.
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  • Southampton & District Bird Group
    Southampton & District Bird Group was formed in 1994 when the RSPB Southampton Group closed. Indoor and outdoor meetings held regularly both educational and entertaining on the Wild Birds of Hampshire and beyond. Conservation work undertaken at Titchfield. New members are very welcome.
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  • Southampton HF Group
    Rambling group - Walking, Holidays, Interest visits and Social events.
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  • Southampton Mineral & Fossil Society
    Formed in 1971 our Society is one of the oldest amateur mineral and fossil societies in the UK. The aims of the Society are to foster interest and expertise in the collecting, conservation and identification of minerals and fossils and, where possible, preserve and document the sites where they are found. We are a friendly group of people sharing a common interest in collecting, preserving and studying minerals and fossils. We meet on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at The Friends' Meeting House, Ordnance Road, Southampton starting at 19:30 to around 22:00. New faces are always welcome. Visit our web site for full details.
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  • Staunton Country Park
    Supported Volunteer Programme that meets weekly to work on tasks within the park.
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  • The Friends of Holly Hill
    Our work is exclusively physical and active in relation to maintenance and installation of landscaping features, in association with Fareham Borough Council.
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  • The Hawk Conservancy Trust
    The Hawk Conservancy Trust is a visitor centre and conservancy charity that has for many years worked in the fields of conservation, education, rehabilitation and research of birds of prey. Set in 22 acres of woodland and wildflower meadow, there are over 150 birds of prey on view, from owls to eagles! Many of these birds are involved in our spectacular daily flying demonstrations, whilst others are part of important breeding or environmental enrichment projects. Allow at least half a day for your visit as there is so much to see and do! All visitors get the chance to hold a British bird of prey.
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  • The Lake District Calvert Trust
    The Lake District Calvert Trust enables people with disabilities, together with their families + friends to achieve their true potential through the challenge of outdoor adventurous activities in the countryside. The instructors and staff provide the professional help & expertise necessary to achieve this aim. A variety of residential courses are available as well as self catering cottages.
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  • The Rogate Society
    Meetings in the village hall during winter and autumn, outside visits in summer.
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  • UK Youth - Avon Tyrrell Centre
    At Avon Tyrrell in Hampshire - outdoor activities, accommodation, training, conferences, volunteering opportunities in the main house and 65 acres of grounds etc.
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  • Wildlife Support & Conservation
    Checking and identifying rare plants with the BSBI recorder for North Hampshire, checking areas where development has taken place or is due to take place and advising on protection of wildlife, mammal paths, etc. Visiting residents on new developments and giving advice on how to attract birds and wildlife into garden and keeping mammal paths open, especially for hedgehogs.
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