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National Council for the Conservation of Plants & Gardens

The world’s leading garden plant conservation charity, bringing together the talents of botanists, horticulturalists and conservationists and the dedication of keen amateur and professional gardeners.  –

The Thames Chase Trust

The Thames Chase Trust aims to make the Thames Chase Community Forest an inspirational example of landscape regeneration through cost effective environmental improvements that changes lives and demonstrates these values through exemplar community led management at the Thames Chase Forest Centre.  –

Flying Farmers Association

The Flying Farmers’ Association Ltd. was formed in the United Kingdom in 1974. The Association is open to any farmer, forester or landowner who owns an aircraft or operates an airstrip.  –

Mission Aviation Fellowship

Sharing the love of Jesus Christ through aviation and technology so that isolated people may be physically and spiritually transformed. –

Camelia Botnar Foundation

The Camelia Botnar Foundation provides residential training and work experience, helping young people to learn a skilled trade, embark on a useful career path and successfully make their own way in life. –

Miniature Railway Magazine

Miniature Railway fills the gaps left by other publications.They specialise in 5″, 7.25″, 10.25″, 12.25″ and 15″ miniature railways – both the commercial and garden varieties – and touch upon just about anything, either scale, miniature or narrow gauge. –

Megarrys Tea Shop

The relaxed and friendly tea & coffee shop caters for every taste in hot and cold beverages, and offers a wide choice of sumptuous home made cakes and sponges, rock and cup cakes. We also serve scones with cornish clotted cream and jam. You can also enjoy freshly toasted crumpets or teacakes. In cooler weather you can warm up with a cup of soup and a hot roll.Judi and Peter are old bike and car friendly. They will want to photo your old steed in front of the shop. peter runs a Bike meet on Blackmore Village Green in May. –

Brush Runabout – Everyman’s Car

Everything you need to know about the Brush Runabout Everyman’s Car can be found here. –

Historic Commercial Vehicle Society

The HCVS was the first commercial vehicle club to be formed in the 1958 and it certainly led the way. The Society has continued through the years as the largest organisation for historic van, lorries, buses, military and steam vehicles and this will continue under the trustees. The society represents the movement as a whole regarding historic commercial vehicles of all types whether their owners are members or not when it comes to legislation. –


Artsy’s mission is to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an Internet connection. Thomas Heatherwick features on it too… –