|Airedale Writers Circle||
Airedale Writers' Circle is now inactive, after a run of more than 25 years. The final meeting took place in March 2020. There are no plans at present to resurrect it, or to begin afresh with a new group. But there are several other local writing groups which offer support and help -- search on Facebook, as a first suggestion.
|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.
|All Saints Landmark Centre||
All Saints Landmark Centre hosts drop-in IT training and support free of charge, and a mentoring scheme to support people looking for work. Shine, our Saturday afternoons group for young people with additional needs is currently meeting online during the covid-19 pandemic. We also have community rooms available to rent.
|Allerton Methodist Church||
Methodist Church - place of worship.
|Alzheimer's Society - Bradford Branch||
Coronavirus Update from this group on 10th February 2021: "Alzheimer’s Society Bradford and District is continuing to offer services to people with dementia, carers, relatives and friends and communities across Bradford and District.
"Staff are working by phone to offer practical and emotional support on how dementia affects people, coping strategies such as managing changes in behaviour, support available from other services and a listening ear. We will take referrals and are also offering regular welfare calls throughout the Covid-19 crisis.
We offer information, practical ideas and support (not personal care) to people with a diagnosis of dementia and their carers.
Dementia Advisor service and Dementia Support Worker Service
Anyone diagnosed across the district should be referred by the Consultant to this service , staff will contact and provide a 1-1 service giving information on all aspects relating to dementia , future planning and services available. Staff will offer support and help as the condition progresses, from issues relating to the progression of the condition, accessing specialist help and talking through emotionally stressful situations. Anyone can refer into this service.
We also offer a number of virtual groups, such as singing for the brain, carers support group and Wellbeing Cafes. We also have a group specific to those early in their journey of dementia.
If you are affected by dementia in anyway or know people who may benefit from our service, please email email@example.com or telephone 01274 586 008.
Dementia Friendly Communities
"Our Dementia Friendly Communities Coordinator is offering support on how to set up and maintain Dementia Friendly Communities during this period. We work with local communities and Businesses to support them to become more Dementia Friendly and advise on how to best support people within your communities. For Dementia friendly community information email firstname.lastname@example.org"
|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.
We provide safe and secure accommodation and support for lone black, Asian and minority ethnic women fleeing any form of domestic abuse or forced marriage, FGM, as well as 24 hour telephone line support for anyone needing advice - call 08459 606011.
|Anand Milan Centre||
We run a 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 elderly, retired and volunteers. We provide healthy and nutritious hot meals including tea-time, some wonderful trips, some sessions including, exercise sessions, body massaging sessions, yoga sessions, and arts & crafts sessions etc.
|Anand Milan Centre: Advice and Info||
Advice & Info. Dementia and disability friendly.
|Anand Milan Centre: Exercise||
Mondays - exercise session free sessions.
|Anand Milan Centre: Music and Dance||
Music and lunch provided for £3.00, Dementia Friendly
|Anchor Project (The)||
Lunch Club, outings, and other social events, all for over 60s, Mondays 11:00-1:15. Tiddlywinks Parent and Toddler group, Thursdays 9:45-11:15. Gardening workshops and local environmental projects - please contact for more information.
|Annette Fox Leukaemia Research Fund||
Annette Fox provides financial assistance to Ward 7 at Bradford Royal Infirmary and to patients suffering from serious blood disorders in the Bradford area.
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.
|Armed Forces and Services Leavers Support||
We are a conduit for community engagement between the Armed Forces. Using our specially trained civilian and Armed Forces Personnel we deliver vocational and education-based programmes including citizenship and community cohesion events. Please contact us via email to enquire about any activities we deliver or you may like to become involved with.
WE ARE A NON-PROFIT & CHARITABLE ORGANISATION
The AROUK is a community-based organisation aims to server the needs of the Rohingya & refugee population in Bradford as well as raising awareness of the educational needs.
Bradford Rohingya Community UK (BRCUK) was established on 18th of May in 2009 and then later in 2015 it was changed to Arakan Rohingya Organisation UK. We also work with trusted local and international organisations to provide humanitarian support, community development, and emergency aids in some of the world most deprived areas.
Our primary mission is to help people in need locally and internationally and enable them to get access to meaningful education in some of the world most deprived areas.
A place where everyone has the same rights and access to basic need.
A Awareness raising
R Rebuilding the community
O Open to new ideas
U Unique and united
K Kind, helpful and caring
|Artworks Creative Communities||
Artworks Creative Communities is a Bradford based Charity and Social Enterprise that has been delivering innovative projects that use creativity as a force for change since 1998. Working with professional artists and in partnership with communities, organisations and businesses across all sectors, we develop and deliver effective projects that use participation in the arts as a tool to inspire, connect and engage.
The organisation is currently working across its local community providing high quality arts projects for older people, which improves health & wellbeing through dance exercise, social interaction and performance driven projects.
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) 1.30-2.30 at Victoria Hall, Saltaire
Ashiana Sheffield has over 35 years’ experience working with Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) adults, children and young people fleeing domestic and sexual abuse including forced marriage, human trafficking, female genital mutilation, gang violence and ‘honour’-based violence.
|Aspire-igen Bradford Opportunity Centre||
Aspire-i offers people over 18, as well as 18 year-olds on Job Seekers Allowance, free information, advice and guidance on careers, training, employability support, CV and job search activities under the government's National Careers Service contract. Will also help people who are being placed on Job Seekers Allowance under benefits reform, and signpost to other relevant and organisations if necessary.
|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 Keighley||
The Ukrainian Centre is a meeting place for Ukrainians and their families in Keighley and the surrounding area.
We are a self funded football club that offers coaching and games to all aged from 8-40. All our coaches are trained to the highest possible degree and are proud to say wee are a non-discriminatory football club - meaning anyone with any ability or background is welcome.