Name Description
STAY at Home Bradford

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Staying Put

Staying Put is part of Bradford Survive & Thrive (launched October 1 2019), joining with Family Action and the Women's Centre to create a one-stop-shop for survivors of domestic and sexual abuse.
Together the organisations will provide early intervention and prevention, specialist work with children and young people, recovery and confidence building and packages of practical and emotional support, and access to high quality crisis support, accommodation and housing.
Families struggling with abuse will receive help for parents, carers, children and young people.
There will be “One Front Door” – one helpline, open from Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm, when a dedicated and specialist team will be taking calls from those in need on 0808 2800999.
Staying Put aims to increase the safety of all individuals and families who experience domestic violence or abuse. We provide a range of services to support survivors, and challenge perpetrators.

Steeton Male Voice Choir

Established in 1908, Steeton Male Voice Choir is a large flourishing choir (over 80 members) with a reputation for good quality male voice singing, a very friendly group who extend a warm welcome to all new recruits. Active participation is limited to men but the choir performs for all sections of the community. The choir operates a "mentor" system to give as much help as possible to new recruits. Prospective members are invited to come to a rehearsal at 7.30pm on Mondays at Steeton Methodist Chapel Schoolroom or ring the Secretary for a preliminary chat. Anyone wishing to book the choir for a concert should contact the secretary.

Step 2 Young People's Health Project

Step 2 offers a range of services to young people in schools, community sessions and through outreach, offering services to young people individually, in groups or in whole class settings.

Step 2's Mission
To enable children and young people to live healthy lives by providing information and delivering services to them, to their families, or to professionals who work with them.
Step 2 began on the Bierley estate in Bradford in 1993, when a youth worker assisted a group of young people to secure funding for a project that would give health information to them and their peers. It has evolved over the years, but still exists to protect and promote the good health of children and young people who are subject to health inequalities within the Bradford Metropolitan District.

We have a stable, committed and dedicated staff team, who all have a commitment to enabling young people to be physically and mentally healthy, happy and successful.

The principle services provided by Step 2 to are as follows:

Sexual Health Services
Prevention work
Outreach work
Group work around safe relationships
Relationship and Sex Education

Counselling Service
Working with young peopleWorking with young people and their families
These services benefit many people, and many other agencies.

The following list summarises the principle beneficiaries of Step 2’s service provision:
Young people
Health providers
Education providers
Local Authority
Local Communities
Since its formation Step 2 has developed excellent resources. Specifically, the charity benefits from a high quality and dedicated staff team. Through the good work of the charity staff and trustees, Step 2 has developed an excellent reputation in Bradford for the help that they provide.

Steps into Employment
Street Life Bfd

For us social action is founded on a belief in people as the agents of change. Our aim is to help people living in areas of deprivation and facing multiple and complex issues gain control over their own lives. Then to foster this self-belief to be part of bringing change in the lives of others and in their communities addressing issues they define as important.

Our work with people builds greater social capital, resilience and cohesion and sees community members affecting change for themselves. Through training and development we increase people’s voice, influence and links with services and service providers creating sustainable impacts.

Underpinning all our work is our belief that for social action to work well, it must be carried out by and with people, not on or to people. This means that at all stages of all our intervention communities are involved and retain ownership of any action.

Strike Taekwondo

FREE trial lesson in Taekwondo! Beginners welcome. Classes throughout the week in Keighley to suit all ages/abilities.
Strike Taekwondo provides top quality tuition at affordable prices with discounts for families.
Experienced male and female instructors provide expert tuition from complete beginner upwards. All instructors are DBS/CRB checked, insured, qualified and hold first aid certification.
Students of all ages can expect to benefit from:

Improved fitness
Improved self-esteem
Anger management
Improved co-ordination and balance
New friends
Improved muscular strength and tone
Reduced stress
Feeling safer

Class Times:
Mondays 6:30-7:30pm Tigers (5-12yrs), 7:30-9pm juniors/adults
Tues 7:15-8:30pm Squad training (ages 8+)
Wed 6:30-7:30pm Tigers, 7:30-9pm juniors/adults
Fri 6:30-7:30pm Tigers
Sat 9:45-10:15 am TKD Tots, 10:30-11:30am beginners, 11:30-1pm green belt & above

Private tuition available upon request.
Class information for under 5's at

Stroke Association
Student Minds
Submariners Association - West Riding Branch

To promote comradeship between ex and serving submariners and to assist in organising re-unions both nationally and locally. Meet: the last Thursday of each month at 20:00hrs at Tong Conservative Club, except December.

Sue Ryder - Manorlands Hospice

Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice provides incredible care for over 1,170 people living with incurable illnesses each year in Airedale, Craven and North and West Bradford. Established over 40 years ago, Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice not only provides specialist medical care to ease pain and discomfort, but also offers people and their families real emotional support during what can be an extremely difficult time. Whether it's bringing comfort to someone's final days or controlling their pain to enable them to return home; we are here for them and their loved ones. We need to raise a minimum of �1.6 million to provide care this year at, and from, Sue Ryder Manorlands Hospice.

Sunflower Allotment Society

We meet every Wednesday from 10 a.m. until approximately 1 p.m. at the Royd Ings Allotments in Keighley (next to the Police Station).

The Society was established in September 2013 and is run entirely by volunteers, middle aged and over. It is open to anyone in the district who is interested in gardening. We grow a range of crops entirely for our members and offer basic tuition in horticulture.

Sunnah Sports Academy Trust

Sunnah Sports Academy Trust has a plethora of regular sports activities available to all; the young and old, the able and disabled, the active and inactive.
Activities range from archery and circuit training to football, boxing, tennis and more. These are all delivered by qualified male and female instructors.
We also have other sessions running at our very own facility in Manningham, such as; youth clubs, weekend clubs, holiday playschemes, tutoring, cook and eat classes. In the (not-so-distant) future we aspire to host other support services and establish a ‘well-being’ hub. We provide sports provisions to the home-schooler community and have being doing so for several years.
We are a charity who started from humble beginnings and have witnessed how education through sport has positively impacted the children and adults who access our services and aspire to continue to create a space where multitudes of people may gather together and benefit in the physical, mental and spiritual sense.

Supported Lives
Supported Student Accommodation & Outreach

Fairweather is a small dynamic registered charity, which is currently working in an exciting climate of development and change. We are a dedicated and passionate group who wish to make a real difference to the lives of people in Bradford.

We continue to enable people to participate in society in ways they wish to. We have worked with people with a range of support needs including:
Mental health issues
Physical disability
Domestic abuse
Victims of rape, sexual abuse and trafficking
Ex-offenders and those at risk of offending
Learning disability
Women working in prostitution
Substance misuse and dependency
Refugees and asylum seekers
Excluded and disadvantaged groups and individuals
Teenage parents

Supported Volunteering

The Supported Volunteering Project provides tailored support to enable adults with learning disabilities to volunteer within their local communities. We enable people to learn skills and develop the confidence to volunteer independently.

Surf My Way
Surti Muslim Khalifa Society (Heaton Community Centre)

To assist the local community on social welfare benefits. To run vocational training courses. Womens activities and youth activities.
Membership by application.
Meet at Madressa Rashidiya, 32 Bertram Road, Bradford on Saturdays at 11.30am. Also meet at Heaton Community Centre, 14 Farfield Street.
AGM December.
Approx 130 subscribing members, 400 associate members.

Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide

SOBS Bradford Group is a self help group whose aim is to provide a safe, confidential environment, in which those bereaved by suicide can share their experiences and feelings thus giving and gaining support from each other. The group meets every third Wednesday of the month 7pm to 9pm at The Youth Cabin, Gateway Christian Centre, Vulcan Street, Tong Street, Bradford.BD4 9QU.

Survivors West Yorkshire

Survivors West Yorkshire (SWY) is a survivor led and focused service. Its vision is to support evidenced based services that are gender informed and accessible across West Yorkshire. Services which are user friendly and proactively involve survivors. Our aim is to created a specialist service that connects survivors and their supporters to professional services using good practice standards. Our focus is on cloud based support offering off-line options if appropriate for the survivor. Our objective is to innovatively support the self-empowerment of adult survivors of sexual violence- abuse by developing robustly evaluated psychological interventions.

Survivors West Yorkshire: Ben's Place

A specialist West Yorkshire wide support service for male survivors of sexual violence. Online counselling for survivors of rape.


SurvivorsUK helps men who have been sexually violated and raises awareness of their needs
Note: Sexual violation includes both childhood sexual abuse and adult sexual assault/rape


Sustrans is the UK's leading sustainable transport charity.
Our vision is a world in which people choose to travel in ways that benefit their health and the environment. Everyday we are working on practical, innovative solutions to the transport challenges facing us all.
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In Bradford district we are involved with the &lt;a href=""&gt;Bradford Bike Hub&lt;/a&gt; at Garden Mills, Bradford College, Westholme Street, Bradford BD7 1AY - just off Thornton Road, next to Culture Fusion/ YMCA.
The Bradford Bike Hub is a one-stop-shop for cycling. It aims to increase the amount of students and staff using active travel (walking and cycling) to get around Bradford by providing bike maintenance space and skills, cycle confidence and cycle proficiency training, hire bikes and recycled bicycles as well as loads of useful information about cycling.
For more information please email
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Swimming lessons for children aged from birth to approx 9 years at our pool in Silsden. We offer lessons during the day, after school and at weekends. We also offer lessons for special needs children in groups or privately on a one to one basis.

For bookings or enquiries please telephone or contact us through our website. Also check out our page on Facebook.

Talking Telegraph

Bradford and District talking newspaper for visually impaired people. An independent registered charity,we help visually challenged adults to access local news as printed in the T&A. We provide a free, weekly service for visually impaired adults who live across Bradford and District by recording and posting out recordings of full articles from the Telegraph and Argus on usb sticks. Each recording is approximately one hour long. If potential listeners do not alwaready have the means to play MP3 files on USB sticks, we may lend them players for as long as they need them.
The talking Telegraph is run entirely by unpaid volunteers and has run this free service, 50 weeks per year, since 1985.