|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: North Craven||
Provides services for older people and their carers which improve the quality of life of older people and promote positive view of the ageing process. Activities include events, lunch club network, meals on wheels, publications, shopping, social club, support with recovery, transport service, visiting and befriending, information on benefits.
|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.
|Ahmadiyya Muslim Association|
|Air Training Corps||
To promote an interest in aviation and the Royal Air Force, to provide a broad training useful to both civilian and service life, to foster a spirit of adventure and develop qualities of leadership and good citizenship. Membership for cadets open to any young person aged between 13 and 17 years, staff by application to Squadron Commander, applicants should be aged between 20 and 50 years. Squadron meets in the Drill Hall off Lawkholme Lane on Monday and Wednesday 18:45 - 21:00 hours. To contact at these times please phone 01535 606010.
|Air Yorkshire Aviation Society||
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|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 Archers||
Target archery club with outdoor facilities at St.Ives Estate, Bingley and South Craven School, Crosshills. In the winter we also use Oakbank School, Keighley and South Craven School, Crosshills. Periodically we run beginners' courses so that members of the public can learn archery using our equipment. Once they have completed a course and we deem them safe, then they can join any archery club by presenting the certificate we provide. Minimum age limit 9 years of age for beginners.
|Aire Valley Arts Association||
Support network for visual artists working in the Aire Valley area. Aims to provide opportunities for exhibiting, meeting and mutual support. Membership by application (age 18+) Approx 15 members. Please contact Secretary for further details.
|Aire Valley Disabled Archers||
Aims to promote archery for disabled and non-disabled people. Meet at Oakbank Recreation Sports Centre, Keighley during winter and at St. Ives during the summer Saturdays 2-5pm. Membership by application and open. Approx 40 members. AGM Feb.
|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
|Aire Valley Scouts|
|Aire Valley Singers||
We are a choir of about 30 singers based in Shipley, which aims to perform a wide variety of music, mainly acappella, to a high standard. We rehearse on Monday evenings. Good sight readers are invited for an audition.
|Aire Valley Vintage Machinery Club||
Preservation, restoration and display of vintage machinery, primarily stationary engines, tractors and commercial vehicles. The club has also developed a section interested in all types of oil and pressure lamps and associated equipment. Meetings usually consist of a talk or a slide/film/video show. Contact sec for details. The club regularly puts on displays of vintage machinery around the Keighley and Craven area and from time to time in Wharfedale. Open to everyone but children MUST be under the direct supervision of their parents or guardians.
|Aire Valley Young Farmers||
Youth organisation for 10-26 year olds interested in agriculture, rural issues, learning new skills and making new friends.
|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 Agricultural Society (Bingley Show)||
Aims to promote agriculture, horticulture, rural crafts, husbandry and organise the Bingley Show. Meet at the address on Wednesday morning and most days nearer the Show. Membership open. Approx 350 members. AGM April.
|Airedale and Bradford Out on a Limb|
|Airedale and Pennine Motor Car Club||
Bradford based motorsports club, we organise, assist and compete in a varied selection of events including rallying, trials and autotesting.
|Airedale and Wharfedale Federation of Townswomen's Guilds||
To advance the education of women irrespective of race, creed or party and to provide or assist in the provision of facilities for recreation or other leisure time occupation. The Federation is made up of 5 Guilds. At the council meetings, held bi-monthly at Eccleshill Library, each Guild is represented by 2 delegates. The Council meets on the third Tuesday in alternate months ie. January, March, May, July, September, November at 10.30a.m. AGM May.
|Airedale Antique Collectors Society||
We are a group of like-minded people who are interested in antiques or other collectables. We meet for a talk on a special subject on the first Tuesday of every month in Shipley Library, 2 Wellcroft, Shipley at 7.30pm. (Library telephone 01274 437150). Membership is open to all. Guests welcome
|Airedale Beekeepers Association||
ABKA meet once a month during the winter for lectures at various venues; please phone for details. We run a beekeeping course for beginners every spring followed by one to one training with an experienced beekeeper.