AFRICA4U ASSOCIATION is still at its infancy stage in Bradford. This is a voluntary association that promotes the success stories of community achievers, role models and unsung heroes in local communities . We aim to organise local initiatives aimed at promoting youth empowerment, community cohesion amongst various communities and motivational talks.
|Age UK Bradford and District: Wellbeing Social Groups||
The drop-in offers a place where people can get to know each other. Fresh, home prepared food including soup, sandwiches and snacks are on offer at very reasonable prices. Activities (Bring and Buy sales, book sales, summer and winter fairs, and arts and crafts) and trips are also often arranged.
|Age UK Bradford District||
Age UK Bradford District is a registered charity which exists to help older people in the Bradford District, through our core services;
Information and Advice: Ensuring that people in later life have the knowledge they need of their rights, entitlements and responsibilities and are aware of the services and support available to them. This is often support with benefits checks and welfare rights support. We deliver this from our Kirkgate office and at outreach / home visits by appointment. We also offer a ‘Free Will’ service in partnership with McClures Solicitors.
Wellbeing and Engagement: Supporting people to live independent and fulfilling lives, enabling them to remain active and involved in their communities, combating and preventing social isolation and loneliness.
Integrated Care: Bringing together voluntary, health and care organisations to help older people who are living with long-term conditions, working to co-design and co-produce an innovative combination of medical and non-medical support.
|Age UK Get Active Feel Great||
Walk From Home helps to improve the health and well-being of older people who have lost confidence in walking outdoors because of falls, declining mobility or isolation. The older person will be matched 1:1 with their own volunteer who will visit once a week for 12 weeks to take them on a short walk in their local area.
|Age UK North Craven||
We aim to make later life in North Craven a fulfilling and enjoyable experience, reducing isolation and loneliness, and providing the right support at the right time for older people.
|Age UK Veterans Breakfast Club||
Breakfast Club for Veterans to meet like-minded people, eat and be social
|Age UK: Denholme Wellbeing Bronte Café||
Free of charge cafe area with light refreshments where people meet chat and mingle.
|Age UK: Help at Home||
The scheme is designed to tackle a variety of repairs and adaptations, including fitting grab rails and bannisters to prevent falls. All the contractors on our Trusted Traders database have references and are DBS checked.
|Age UK: Information and Advice||
Age UK Bradford District offers a free and confidential information and advice service for older people, their families and carers.
Our Information & Advice service holds the Advice Quality Standard (AQS). The AQS is the quality mark for organisations that provide advice to the public on social welfare issues. Organisations that hold the standard have demonstrated that they are easily accessible, effectively managed, and employ staff with the skills and knowledge to meet the needs of their clients, for more information, please visit the AQS website.
We can help you with:
If we can't help, we can put you in touch with people who can.
How we work
We will not charge you for our service – its free
How to access the service
For any information enquiries you can drop into our centre at Kirkgate or Wrose, alternatively you can contact us on our telephone number.
For any advice enquiries you will require an appointment, please contact us by telephone or call into our Kirkgate centre to make the appointment.
We can offer appointments across the district through our outreach services, and where appropriate a home visit may be scheduled.
|Age UK: Mary Seacole Court Day Centre||
The aims of the day centre are to: promote independence, dignity, wellbeing and healthy living; provide access to community links and a safe, welcoming and social environment; encourage and support service users in their decisions; share culture and experiences and for service users to build friendships.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 10:00-15:00, FREE but additional cost for lunches. Anyone can come along.
|Age UK: Over-50s, Keighley||
Drop-in centre and Cafe: fresh home-prepared food including soup, sandwiches and snacks are on offer at very reasonable prices. Activities and trips are also arranged.
|Age UK: Wellbeing Support||
Scheme to reduce the social isolation of older people.
|Age UK: Worth Connecting (Digital Champions)||
Free one hour lessons to help gain basic skills on how to use a computer, the internet and sending and receiving emails on all operating systems including tablets and iPads.
We connect employers with education, public and private sector partners to widen their social impact.
|Aire Rivers Trust||
The Aire Rivers Trust has a unique role as a voluntary body set up to help improve the quality of the River Aire and its catchment, in order that all river and catchment users can enjoy a better experience of the river.
Our Vision for the River Aire
3 Key Aims
2 Reduced risk and consequences of flooding
3 Improved community appreciation of the river
We oversee the continuing regeneration of the river and its tributaries following our industrial past. The river has improved dramatically over the last 40 years and we aim to continue the journey back to a pristine watercourse that residents can be proud of.
We were set up in 2011 to carry out projects that improve the condition of the river for its wildlife and for people to enjoy.
We are involved in saving some of the country’s most endangered species and preventing pollution by working with local people, businesses and landowners close to the river. The catchment has been modified over many years and our work to return the River Aire to its natural state contributes to reducing flood risk.
Much of our work involves education and explaining to people how the River Aire effects our economy and well-being, and what steps we can do to protect our watercourses.
We rely entirely on grants, fund raising activities and donations to carry out our work.
|Aire Valley Rail Users' Group||
To ensure passengers on the Airedale line continue to enjoy the best possible train services and station facilities. Has links with other organisations. A newsletter. AGM May. Membership enquiries: Keith Renshaw, 3 The Crescent, Baildon Green, Shipley BD17 7PE. Chairman Tim Calow 01756 799517
Contact us if you want help with anything related to the Aire Valley Railway System, we are all too happy to help.
|Aire Wharfe & Craven Counselling||
We offer both Counselling and Psychotherapy depending on your presentation and needs, however, all clients must be able to engage in therapy. Where an individual is considered to be severely mentally unwell or highly distressed, immediate therapy may not be possible. AWC Counselling can support and advise people on how to become ready for therapy. Confidentiality means that we do not share information with other agencies. The only exceptions to this are where specific laws are being broken e.g. involvement in terrorism, abuse of vulnerable individuals. The rules around confidentiality and contracting will be fully explained. Therapy sessions are not limited but clients are expected to define goals and work to achieve them. These goals are then reviewed every 6 weeks to ensure that progress is being made.
Counselling can help if:
you are feeling stuck and not sure what to do
Everyone has a clinical assessment of their therapeutic need to ensure they will benefit from counselling. Sometimes an agency, an employer or the NHS, directly fund the counselling for the client as well as the assessment cost. Most clients, however, pay for their own assessments.
During the assessment interview, the assessor will discuss counselling fees with the client where applicable. The affordability of the fees for both the assessment and the counselling sessions is fully discussed. The fee, unless paid by someone else, is set at a rate that is affordable for the client and linked to their annual income.
The decision to offer counselling is based on clinical need and not on ability to pay. If a person is not offered counselling, the Clinical Lead will explain why and offer support for them to find an alternative pathway. The cost for an assessment is £25.00
|AIREDALE & WHARFEDALE FAMILY HISTORY SOCIETY (incorporating Keighley & District FHS)||
Family History Society promoting genealogical research.
|Airedale Centre for Mental Health||
Airedale Centre for Mental Health is located on the Airedale General Hospital site. It provides 24-hour inpatient care by skilled, qualified and experienced nursing staff, doctors and other professionals who continually assess patients with acute mental health problems. The unit is an ‘all age’ service – this means that anyone over 18 with a functional mental health problem will be cared for here. The Centre caters for a diverse mix of patients with a wide range of needs and problems. It offers the latest in healthcare building design, for example every patient has their own bedroom with ensuite facilities.
|Airedale Enterprise Services||
Supporting businesses in Yorkshire & Humberside and East Lancashire since 1983
|Airedale Symphony Orchestra||
The orchestra performs a wide orchestral repertoire to the highest possible standard, thereby encouraging people to become acquainted with and to appreciate good music. Four or more concerts are performed each year to large audiences. Meet at Guiseley School, Fieldhead Road, Guiseley, on Mondays 7:30-9:45pm. Membership open, but a high standard of playing necessary. Vacancies at present for bass and first violin. All ages are welcome. Approx 70 members. AGM Nov.
|Airedale Writers Circle||
Aims to promote, share and extend the knowledge of writing for pleasure and profit. Membership by application. Meet at Sight Airedale, Scott Street, Keighley on the 2nd Tuesday in the Month at 7.30pm. Approx 20 members.
|Alcoholics Anonymous: Bradford||
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. Meetings are held in Bradford, Bingley, Saltaire and Shipley
|ALL IN: Community Roller Derby||
We created ALL IN to make sure that everyone who wants to, has the opportunity to play roller derby.
Through our work with ALL IN: Community Roller Derby, we take a whole systems approach to addressing geographic, financial, and cultural barriers to being part of this amazing sport. We offer one-off skate sessions and roller derby programmes to local community groups and organisations. Access to a team sport, particularly one which is female-led and empowering of all body types, helps build individual resilience, mental and physical well-being as well as supporting the growth of relationships and networks in the community.
|All Saints Church Ilkley||
The Parish of All Saints Ilkley is situated in a beautiful town in West Yorkshire on the banks of the River Wharfe, next to Ilkley Moor and on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales.
All Saints Ilkley (ASI)
We are fully embarked on a £1.3 million Church Development Building Project and with your support, we are hoping to start works this summer. Please visit our Church Development page
Our purpose - why do we exist ?
We have four diverse Sunday morning congregations ranging from contemporary to BCP, a large youth and children’s work, with many mid-week fellowship groups.
Our vision - what are we aiming for?
We are committed to mission, globally and locally, and we aim to give 10% of our budget to mission partners.
Our values - how do we do it?
Being a loving and generous community.
Growing and sharing our life giving faith.
This is sought and celebrated through prayer and worship, being loving and generous and by helping people to grow and share the treasures that are found in the Christian faith.