|16-2-25 Advice Advocacy Action||
Free independent advice service for young people, dealing with housing, homelessness, benefits, debt. We also refer to supported housing schemes, support around drugs and alcohol misuse, counselling and training and education. Drop in advice 12pm to 3pm, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
Registered charity no. 1147427
|1st Action UK||
First Action is a UK-based charity. Our charity is a community development not for profit organisation that offers:
Food to people who are in need
|1st Cottingley Rainbows Brownies and Guides||
Voluntary self-funded charitable organisation for girls and young women.
|1st Shipley (Windhill) Scout Group||
Scouting offers challenge and adventure to young people age 6 to 25. The 1st Shipley (Windhill) Group provides weekly meetings with a programme of exciting and challenging activities designed to develop teamworking skills, self-reliance, life skills and public service awareness. The meetings are supplemented by away days, weekend and longer periods in camp or bunkhouse where basic skill in caving, climbing, mountain navigation, canoeing, outdoor cooking and a host of other activities are provided. We also give basic training in skills such as first aid and fire precautions and opportunities to develop hobbies such as photography, ornithology and gardening. Training is available for leaders. All activities are controlled by the Scout Association's "Policy, Organisation and Rules" and by relevant Government regulations. Currently our programme provides for young people age 6 up to about 18 years. Those aged 18 to 25, if not in a leadership role are catered for at District level. Leadership roles are available from age 16 to 18 as Young Leaders and 18+ as Adult Leaders. Full training to national recognised standards is provided for all leaders. For those not wishing to have a regular commitment we have vacancies for advisors and helpers at all levels and a variety of disciplines as well as administration openings.
|20th Bradford South Scout Group||
Indoor and outdoor activities for young people.
Squirrels - Monday 6pm to 7pm
Beavers - Friday 6pm to 7.15pm
Cubs - Wednesday 6.30pm to 8pm
Scouts - Friday 7.30pm to 9pm
There may be a waiting list so please get in touch to see if places are available.
2tshirtgang, run by Anthony, Trinity and Cleo, is a sports specific training academy based in Bradford.
The trio wanted to give the youth in their community access to professional training.
They support young clients with aspirations to go on to be a professional in sports, educate them in health and fitness and endeavour to keep them off the streets.
2tshirtgang recognised that health was poor in the community due to lifestyle, lack of education and limited access. Wanting to change this, 2tshirtgang was born.
Anthony and best friend Trinity have been training together for a few years. In the past youths and people in the community started to ask if they could train with them. However, their workouts were intense and people began to learn that when they trained with them they needed to bring 2 TSHIRTS to change into, halfway through the workout. This stuck with them as a nickname, and organically grew into the business name!
Services offered include:
|36th Bradford South (Wibsey Methodist) Scout Group||
International youth organisation for young people aged 6 to 14 years old. Part of the Scout Association of the UK.
|47th Bradford North Scout Group Greengates||
We are a scout group based at St John's church hall in Greengates, offering Beavers, Cubs and Scouts sections to young people in the local area from ages 5 3/4 to 14 years old. We now offer: Squirrels for 4-6 year olds on a Thursday evening 5 - 6pm, Beavers for 6-8 year olds on a Wednesday evening 5.30 - 6.30pm, Cubs for 8-10 and a half year olds on a Wednesday evening 6.30 - 8pm, Scouts for 10 and a half to 14 year olds on a Tuesday evening 7.30pm - 9pm and Explorers for 14-18 year olds on a Wednesday evening 8pm - 9.15pm.
Based in Bradford, 509 Arts has worked for over 25 years as both a production and consultancy company. Our creative work is inspired by people and place. We thrive on open conversations. We talk, we listen, we share. And then we make things happen. We are committed to the people we work with, to creating outstanding projects and sustainable ways of making them happen.
Since 2011, 509 Arts has often used testimony to shape creative thinking about subjects that resonate: My Last Car (‘car love meets climate change’) for the Cultural Olympiad, Bike Story (‘life on two wheels’) for the Tour de France Grand Depart (11 outdoor locations, audiences of 2,500) and Landlines & Watermarks (‘a landscape and people shaped by water’) in response to the Calderdale floods. Calderland, the folk opera at the heart of the project, won a 2018 Royal Philharmonic Society Award. The Batley Variations told the inside story of a Northern town through music and dance. Our latest projects include Meal One, an immersive production for families and Hardcastle Ways, an arts and heritage project with the National Trust at Hardcastle Crags.
|65th Bradford South (Shelf) Scout Group||
Squirrels meet Wednesday 6pm to 7pm
Beavers meet Tuesday 6pm to 7pm
Cubs meet Monday 6pm to 7.15pm
Scouts meet Tuesday from 7.30pm to 9pm
|A Bit of a Break||
A Bit of a Break finds availabile weeks in self-catering holiday properties. The holidays are gifted by the property owners, to people in West Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and Liverpool who are living with a terminal illness, so they can enjoy some time away in beautiful places.
If you are someone living with a terminal illness who would like to be referred for a holiday, please ask one of the specific referral partners to make a referral for you (you can't do this yourself). In West Yorkshire, organisations that can make referrals includes Marie Curie Hospice in Bradford, Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice in Oxenhope, The Carers Resource Bradford, Shipley, and Skipton offices, Bingley Medical Practice and Community Nurse Specialists in Cancer, Respiratory Disease, Neurological Disease and Heart Failure at Airedale.
Can I join with others to help fundraise for the charity? Yes! There are local ‘ABOAB supporter groups’ in the Worth Valley and Liverpool and we hope to have a new group forming in Ilkley too. Contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will put you in touch with the relevant person.
|Abbeyfield Community Hub||
Abbeyfield’s vision is to provide a service which offers a home for life, integrated in a local community with high quality accommodation and a stimulating environment to maintain a socially active community that will directly benefit the mind, body and soul.
Abigail Housing provides supported housing to individuals at the end of the asylum process. This includes new refugees who have been made homeless after leaving Home Office accommodation (Leeds project) and refused asylum seekers who cannot safely return to their country of origin (Bradford project).
|ACORN The Union||
ACORN is a mass membership organisation and network of low-income people organising for a fairer deal for our communities left behind by companies, councils and parliament. We know that the economic and political set up in this country isn’t working for us, so we set up ACORN to win the power and representation we are entitled to.
The idea is simple – a national community organisation along the lines of a trade union; organising our communities and fighting for a better quality of life. What began with a few local residents trying to tackle slum housing in their neighbourhood has quickly developed into a national organisation with thousands of members and branches across the country.
Action Point is the new name for Keighley & District Volunteer Centre.
Our charity started as a small volunteer bureau. We have developed and expanded over the last 21 years to become a trusted service provider. We have a skilled and dedicated staff team and and army of amazing volunteers. Together, we are able to make a difference to the lives of vulnerable people in our community.
We deliver a range of direct support services to meet the needs of our local community:
Projects and services for: adults with learning disabilities, older people, people experiencing mental health difficulties, disadvantaged/ marginalised groups.
Accessible Community Centre facilities are available for hire at the Temple Row Centre. The centre includes a sensory room.
Volunteer Brokerage and Support
Disclosure and Barring Service
|Addingham Allotments And Garden Association||
Allotments & Gardens Association – Growing Together in Addingham
Below is the formal Constitution of Addingham Allotments & Gardens Association, with records showing its formation back in 1973 when a small group of villagers wanted to start a ‘Gardeners Club’ to promote their interest in gardening by sharing tips and ideas as well as promoting the therapeutic benefits of gardening.
Today, Addingham has around 135 allotments spread over 4 sites around the village plus approximately 1,500 houses all having differing sized gardens or maybe just the odd planter or pot!
Challenges from the impact of climate change, the quest for a more sustainable approach to protect our environment and reduce food miles makes the combined effort of all of us ever more relevant. Add the ever-changing economic situation and it makes growing more fruit and vegetables an obvious and rewarding pastime.
Why not join us by becoming a member.
|Addingham Bowling Club||
We are based at the Crown Green Bowling club, dates and times may vary so please send us an email and we will give you full information.
|Addingham Civic Society||
At Addingham Civic Society everything we do is about stimulating community interest and involvement and in actively safeguarding the quality of life enjoyed by us all, in this wonderful village. Our website is regularly updated with everything that is going on within our organisation, as well as what is going on in the local area that may be of interest.
|Addingham Garden Friends||
Our group maintains several gardens in Addingham. Our aim is to enhance the village. We do it because we like gardening.
Planning meetings are usually on the first Wednesday of the month in the Cricket Clubhouse, Main Street, Addingham, at 10am and working parties on the second Wednesday of the month at 9.30am, and at other times as required.
New members are always welcome - if you would be willing to spend a little time helping beautify Addingham, please contact us.
|Addingham Good Neighbours||
This is a new independent initiative to encourage community involvement and promote wellbeing within Addingham and the surrounding area.
Sitting Pilates and Coffee ‘n Cake each Wednesday in the Memorial Hall at 10.30
|Addingham Methodist Church||
Room hire available for private individuals and local community groups in the church hall. Venue includes large hall, smaller lounge and a well-equipped kitchen, our premises also benefit from a car park at the rear. https://www.addinghammethodistchurch.org.uk/useful-information
|Addingham Probus Club||
Meet at Addingham Memorial Hall, Once a month on the first Thursday of every month.
AFRICA4U ASSOCIATION is still at its infancy stage in Bradford. This is a voluntary association that promotes the success stories of the youth, women and community achievers and unsung heroes in local communities . We aim to organize local initiatives aimed at promoting youth empowerment, community cohesion, multi-cultural initiatives and women empowerment amongst various communities. We also aim to facilitate motivational talks in local communities , schools and places of worship from time to time
|African Caribbean Achievement Project||
Mentoring - primary and secondary schools in Bradford District; Youthstart in partnership with Bradford Youth Service for personal development on health and safety, first aid, conflict resolution, coping with stress, citizenship, art of dealing with people; holiday and playscheme. Girls' Club and Boys' Club for 13 to19 years old. Parental support on school exclusions. NEET programme. Family links nurturing programme for parents. Home study support. Target group is young people aged 11 to 25. Volunteers welcome.
|Agape International Christian Centre||
Agape International Christian Centre was birthed on the 24th of February 2015 with the view of creating an environment where believers can fellowship in love and express their worship of their saviour Jesus Christ without fear or turmoil. It is a young but evolving ministry with a passion to lead her people to living a Godly life and evangelising the community around us.