100 Welsh Heroes
Features the one hundred famous Welsh people voted for in an extensive online poll. Includes biographies of each and is viewable in A-Z format or by category. Also features articles and ideas for using the site as an educational resource.
Includes information about this author, broadcaster, columnist, lecturer, campaigner for prison reform, former Cabinet Minister, Member of Parliament, and ex-prisoner. details of his writings, and contacts.
Nationwide club for Britain's self-procaimed eccentrics. Contains FAQ, details of events, information on the club's charity work and club history.
The Footprints Project
Charity that reduces the risk of reoffending, by mentoring those being released from custody and who return to Hampshire, Dorset and Somerset.
Provides an archive service of UK death notices and online obituaries. Search obituaries and pay your tribute by leaving a message.
My Home Town Schools
Site for locating and contacting your old school, college and university friends.
A community-based project which documents, catalogues and promotes blue plaques (and other commemorative plaques) around the UK. Organised by people and place.
Personal website of the human rights activitist, particularly well known for for his work on LGBT issues; includes a wide ranging library of his writings and resources on the varied campaigns he has been involved in, with a biography, bibliography, and his memoirs.
Dedicated to the memory, life and works of the celebrated English eccentric and raconteur Quentin Crisp.
Free social network which aims to help people find old school friends.
Web of Stories
An archive of life stories of people who have influenced and changed the world, including scientists, artists, writers and poets, social activists, and many more; also open to people who have a story to tell.
You Can Lead
Campaign to get more young people into positions of leadership in youth organisations.