LINKS : COMMUNITY
There are a wide variety of organisations within the local community, ranging from twinning to crime prevention, which are listed here:
|› 1st Dunmow Scouts|
Adventure is at the heart of everything we do. It is the single most important thing that sets Scouts apart. Through the everyday adventure of Scouting, young people and adult volunteers regularly experience new challenges that enrich their lives. From camping and hiking to surfing and paragliding, there are hundreds of activities that Scouting offers. Join in and see for yourself.
|› Dunmow - Dourdan Twinning Association|
We are twinned with Dourdan, a beautiful and historic French town of similar size to Dunmow, located 30 miles south west of Paris in an ancient royal hunting forest. Dourdan has a fine medieval castle, many beautiful old buildings and a timbered Saturday market.
|› Dunmow Carnival|
Everyone is welcome at the Dunmow Carnival, which takes place in September each year. Traditionally, children and visitors throw money into the collection buckets and 100% of the proceeds from the carnival go towards community projects.
|› Dunmow Club|
The Dunmow Club is a members only club, members may sign guests in as per the rules. Ladies are allowed into the Bar on Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings. The Bar is the hub of all that happens in the Club. Events such as our quizzes, entertainment, poker evenings and discos are all held here.
|› Dunmow Horticultural Society|
Dunmow and District Horticultural Society is a friendly society for anyone interested in gardening. You don't have to be an expert, just want to get together with people who share your interest.
|› Dunmow Round Table|
Fun, friendship and trying something new and exciting, that's what Round Table is all about. From sports to arts and nights out at restaurants to family social events, Round Table prides itself on giving its members the chance to embrace life to the full.
|› Dunmow Town Design Statement|
Design guidance for enhancing and protecting the character of Dunmow: The purpose of a town design statement is to set out the community's aspirations for the design of future development of a town based on an analysis of its character.
|› Dunmow Young Farmers|
Dunmow Young Farmers club has huge variety of members, all coming from different backgrounds including a florist, graphic designer, photographer, landscaper and the odd farmer! So it's true you don't have to be a farmer to be a young farmer!
This web site is a directory which aims to promote businesses and services that supply Great Dunmow and the surrounding communities.
|› Essex Police|
Policing is about partnership and we need your valuable assistance and that of our partner agencies to help improve community safety and reduce crime. We also invite you to our policing meetings as we value your contribution, whether it be critical or supportive, to aid us in sharing good practice and improving core services.
|› Flitch Way Action Group|
We are a group of local people who are passionate about helping everyone have better access to the whole length of the Flitch Way. The aim of our group is to create a multi user off-road path reconnecting the Flitch Way through Dunmow to form a continuous definitive bridleway between Rayne and Bishops Stortford.
|› Foakes Hall|
The Foakes Hall is a spacious venue located near the centre of Dunmow, which can be used for many different types of events, for example: plays, shows, exhibitions, craft fayres, celebrations, parties and meetings. Local residents and organisations based in Uttlesford are eligible for preferential rates when arranging to hire the hall, but rates are very competitive overall.
|› Friends of the Flitch Way|
The Flitch Way is a Country Park around part of the disused railway line between Braintree and Bishops Stortford which is managed by Essex Country Parks. We are the volunteers who work to help to maintain and improve the environment for the benefit of the community.
|› Post Office|
Post Office branches are for 'the little things that make the big things happen' providing products and services that offer value for money and are valuable to customers' lives. Our reach means that over 94 percent of people live within a mile of a branch and often visit us more than once a week - that's about 41 million customer visits.
|› Stop Stansted Expansion Campaign|
The aim of the campaign is to contain the development of Stansted Airport within tight limits that are truly sustainable and, in this way, to protect the quality of life of residents over wide areas of Essex, Hertfordshire and Suffolk, to preserve our heritage and to protect the natural environment.
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