Below is an alphabetic list of directory submissions. These will shortly be geographically indexed and linked to your location searches:
A hyperlocal blog for the B13 area of Moseley in Birmingham. Forum, Events… | more »
Local news and information for the residents' of Badgers Mount, Sevenoaks,… | more »
Information and news about the Birchfield neighbourhood in Birmingham,… | more »
Community news for Bitterne Park and surrounding areas. News, information,… | more »
Bournville Village is an independent community website which aims provide… | more »
A forum for residents of Bowes Park, Bounds Green and surrounding neighbourhoods… | more »
A community website for Bradford on Avon with info, news, events and discussions. | more »
A website for keeping up to date with all things Brentford, including… | more »
Discussion forum and image galleries for Burnley, Padiham and Pendle. | more »
Helping you to achieve your fitness and weight loss goals The camaraderie,… | more »
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The Community Directory
Our aim is to create a directory of websites, clubs, organisations and businesses in your local area. Initially the directory will have a special focus on local blogs, and websites offering community currencies or peer-to-peer sharing opportunities.
We hope the directory will build to form a valuable resource for Favabank users and will also include a "What's On" guide to help us keep in touch with what's going on in our communities.
Future Plans for the Directory
Our initial challenge will be in building a sufficient membership in all regions to ensure that users are able to find good matches for their offers and wants. Favabank will therefore be initially aimed at facilitating 'neighbour to neighbour' transactions.
In the future we may offer organisations and businesses the facility to trade with Favas, both amongst one another on a B2B bartering basis or with ordinary Favabank members. This may be seen by commercial organisations both as a promotional tool or cost saving mechanism and to non-commercial organisations it may prove to be a good way of engaging with volunteers and contributors.