|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 Bradford District: 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.
|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||
We are a voluntary group that campaigns directly for services on the Airedale line and on the routes from Airedale to Carlisle, Morecambe, and London. We liaise with the train operators such as Northern Rail and LNER as well as Metro and Network Rail. Our aim is to ensure passengers on the Airedale line continue to enjoy the best possible train services and station facilities.
AVRUG’s campaigning and liaison work is done by a small volunteer committee which meets about every two months to discuss developments and plan the way ahead. The committee is elected every year at the AGM which is normally held in Saltaire Methodist Church Hall – usually in April.
For more information on AVRUG please contact our Chair Tim Calow on email@example.com
|Aire Valley Scouts: Baht'At Walk||
Our group runs an annual charity walk, raising money for the Aire Valley Scout District.
There are two walk routes available 20km and 10km. More details and entry form for the 2023 event on Sunday 7 May at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSft0jmEFI2B00HHIIc0YzH30b-ae55u...
|Aire Valley Scouts: Sconce Camp Site||
Set on the edge of Baildon moor, Sconce includes a 31 bed residential building, three camping areas, some with open fires, an activities woodland with conservation area and crags and a further simple building with a large hall and kitchen.
On site activities include pioneering, crate stacking, grass sledging and a Tyrolean traverse. Extensive moorland walks, mountain biking, horse riding, climbing and water activities are all available within easy walking distance.
Sconce is available all year round for hire by youth and other groups. The site is owned and run by Aire Valley District Scouts. Our pricing structure reflects our priorities as a Scouting focussed organisation which aims to support young people. Costs depend on the type of organisation making the booking.
Buildings and camping areas can be booked individually or together. We are happy to discuss individual needs and arrangements to suit you. We can provide activities with instructors subject to dates. https://www.sconcecampsite.org/get-in-touch/index
|Airedale and Wharfedale Family History Society (incorporating Keighley and District FHS)||
Family History Society promoting genealogical research.
|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.
|Alcoholics Anonymous: Bradford||
Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people 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 across Bradford district, find a meeting near you at https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/AA-Meetings/Find-a-Meeting/
The meeting start time is always indicated and meetings are usually 90 minutes. If the meeting listing doesn't state that it is 'open' then assume that it is only for alcoholics and people who think they might have a drink problem.
Please do not use our national helpline number 0800 9177 650 for meeting or general information - this is solely for those people who need to speak to a member of AA about their drinking.
If you need to speak to a member of AA about your drinking, use the FREE helpline 0800 9177 650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are thinking about setting up a new AA group, there is advice available at https://www.alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk/AA-Meetings/Starting-a-new-AA-group
|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
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.
|All Saints Landmark Centre||
Based in the beautiful All Saints Church opposite St Luke’s Hospital, The Landmark Centre offers a range of activities and training opportunities to the people of the area.
We currently run projects supporting disabled children and tackling digital exclusion, in particular helping people look for work online - see the schedule at https://allsaints-landmark.co.uk/what-we-do-2/
We are an inclusive and welcoming charity which aims to improve the life chances of local people.
Room hire available: An open space within the Church is available to hire for dance groups, workshops, drama clubs etc. Also available is a large meeting room with kitchen facilities and IT suite. For rates and availability email email@example.com
|All Saints Pre-School||
We provide care education for children aged 2 to 4 within the local community. We are a charitible not for profit group who are ableto provide assisted places for families experiencing a range of difficutites. We support children with Special educational needs and disability (SEND) and offer a wide range of information and assistance. We have a free parent and toddler group, Baby Saints which runs Friday mornings to be a contact point for new and exisiting families.
|Allerton Methodist Church||
Methodist Church - place of worship.
Our activities include:
Monthly ‘Tea and Talk’ for over 60s – two-course lunch and a speaker/entertainer.
|Alzheimer's Society - Bradford Branch||
If you are affected by dementia, worried about a diagnosis, or a carer of someone with dementia, trained staff are ready to give you support and information by telephone (including in languages other than English) or email. We have a wide variety of publications and factsheets on our website. We have an online community, Dementia Talking Point, which can be accessed through our website, to share experiences with other people affected by dementia.
|Amnesty International Wharfedale Group||
Wharfedale Amnesty meets every second Thursday of the month at 8pm in the Christchurch Cafe in Ilkley.
New members are always welcome. There is no membership subscription or fee for attending meetings.
The Anah Project is an experienced and confidential support service for women fleeing domestic abuse.
We accept women from anywhere in the UK.
We provide safe, temporary refuge accommodation to Black, Asian, minority, ethnic and refugee women, including those in same-sex relationships fleeing any form of domestic abuse or forced marriage, FGM.
If you would like to speak to someone at the refuge about accommodation, please contact us in the following ways: Telephone 0300 1021625 (calls to this number are free) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Some women contact us just to seek advice and support over the phone. Those needing a bed at the refuge are either given a space, or if no space is available, are referred to alternative suitable support services.
|Anand Milan Centre||
We run day centre for elderly people aged over 50+. We are a voluntary community registered charity which is non-profitable. Our all committee members (staff) are old, retired and volunteers. We provide healthy and nutritious hot meals including tea-time, some wonderful trips, some sessions like exercise sessions, body massaging sessions, yoga sessions, and arts and crafts sessions etc.
|Annette Fox Leukaemia Research Fund||
The Annette Fox Leukaemia Research Fund was set up in 1983 by the parents and friends of Annette Fox, a local Bradford girl who died of leukaemia in 1980 aged just 17.
We are an independent registered charity based in Bradford, West Yorkshire.
We raise funds to help support Haematology patients and their families in and around the Bradford area.
Managed by a board of 8 Trustees, all volunteers, we rely on your donations to help others and are always grateful for your support.
We work to relieve and support those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression by providing information, support and understanding via an extensive range of services, including 1:1 therapy. We work regularly with external agencies and healthcare professionals to improve services for those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression and also campaign to raise awareness of the conditions.
|Aphasia Support (Speak with IT)||
Aphasia Support (Speak with IT) is a registered charity that helps people with aphasia to communicate with confidence.
Aphasia affects a person’s ability to speak, read, write and understand language. It can happen as a result of stroke, head injury or other illness.
Trained volunteers help people to learn computer therapy programs available on iPad and Android devices, and use supported conversation to help people with their communication goals. All our volunteers are trained by speech and language therapists.
Support is also available at "aphasia cafes" which meet every two weeks in venues across Yorkshire https://aphasiasupport.org/aphasia-cafes/
Carer support for family members and friends is available online https://aphasiasupport.org/online-carer-support/
Interested in volunteering?
Aphasia Support clients in Bradford are currently waiting for support. You would have the potential to make a significant difference for these clients in their day-to-day lives by helping them to improve their functional communication. Living with aphasia can be a very lonely experience when you don’t have the tools to tell people how you feel, or express your innermost needs. We use communication in almost every aspect of our daily lives, including using social media, talking with family, and even changing the channel on the television, but these things can all be very difficult when you have aphasia.
The good news is that the support works! As well as improving communication, volunteer support has also been found to help client’s improve their confidence and sense of social isolation. At Aphasia Support’s last client satisfaction survey 100% of our client base agreed that their volunteer “knows how to help and always encourages and supports me”, with 90% strongly agreeing.
Find out more at https://aphasiasupport.org/volunteer/ or apply at https://portal.aphasiasupport.org/volunteer-application
Charity providing high quality arts projects for older people, which improves health and wellbeing through dance, exercise and social interaction.
Our company teachers run a specialist strand for people with movement disorders to keep the mind and body active, increase confidence, aid mobility, balance, flexibility and encourage more independent and active lives. The activity is also designed to empower individuals to discover talents and raise aspirations for themselves and their local communities.
Our Bradford Dancing with Parkinson's class runs every Thursday (during school term times) 1.30pm to 2.30pm at Victoria Hall, Saltaire. Register and get your first class free of charge https://ascendance.org.uk/register/
We also run Dancing with Parkinson's classes on zoom https://ascendance.org.uk/dancing-with-parkinsons/
Ashiana believes that everyone has the right to live in a safe environment, free from fear and harm. We have over 30 years’ experience in providing high quality, accessible services, tailored to meet the needs of women who have experienced or is at risk of experiencing violence and abuse.
We provide practical and emotional support in a holistic, gender and culturally sensitive way as well as accommodation for women and children who have survived human trafficking.
Although we are based in Sheffield, we provide support for BAMER women and their children across the country, providing outreach support to male and female survivors of Human Trafficking across Yorkshire and Humberside, North East, East Midlands and the North West England regions.
|Association of Ukrainians In Great Britain, Bradford Branch||
To foster Ukrainian culture and tradition amongst its members, to obtain and furnish information or otherwise aquaint its members with a knowledge of British Institutions and the British way of Life. Approx 350 members. AGM Mar.
|Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain, Keighley Branch||
The Ukrainian Centre is a meeting place for Ukrainians and their families in Keighley and the surrounding area. We are a small, committed and active community, who continue to uphold our traditional Ukrainian values and cultures, which have been passed down from our parents and grandparents.
Our current mission is to welcome displaced Ukrainians, their families and hosts, and support their integration into British-Ukrainian life.
Welcome to Keighley!
Ukrainian Community days: We welcome displaced Ukrainians, their families, sponsors and friends every Thursday from 11am to 1pm. Our community volunteers are on hand to support with queries about every day life and we often host information sessions with external providers.
Keighley Ukrainian Chapel: We welcome everyone to join us for Mass