a building used by members of a community for social gatherings, educational activities, etc
noun 1. a fund for local welfare activities, built up by voluntary contributions. noun 1. (US) a fund raised by voluntary contribution for local welfare activities
- Community charge
noun 1. (formerly in Britain) a flat-rate charge paid by each adult in a community to his or her local authority in place of rates Also called poll tax
noun 1. an independent or denominational church in a particular community.
noun 1. a nonresidential junior college established to serve a specific community and typically supported in part by local government funds. noun 1. (Brit) another term for village college 2. (mainly US & Canadian) a nonresidential college offering two-year courses of study 3. (NZ) an adult education college with trade classes